27 December 2012

Angola: Navy Optimistic About Grater Dynamism of Institution

Luanda — The commander of the Angolan Navy (MGA), Admiral Augusto da Silva Cunha "Gugu", Thursday said to hope for greater dynamism for the development of the branch, with a view to consolidating the structures under rebuilding process.

The Admiral was said so during the year-end greeting ceremony held at Naval Base in Luanda.

The high ranking officer of the Navy stressed the continued implementation of projects on daily basis taking into account the growth of the branch and the required modernisation.

In this context, the commander also mentioned, among the priorities of this branch linked to the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), the knowledge of foreign languages, implementation of water sports in the teaching process, so that the new military members can acquire habits of playing sports.

He also said that the staff training in various levels, both locally and abroad, recorded giuant leap, whose its impact will be felt in future.

In term of image of the branch, the commander stressed the important steps taken toward the creation of a closed circuit television "TV Navy" and an information panel on branch's site.

The event gathered Admiral and high ranking officers as well as sergeants, soldiers and civil employees.

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