15 January 2013

Angola: Over 80 Air Force Effectives Finish Training Programme

Namibe — About 87 Air Force soldiers finished last Monday, in Namibe Province, a course for air police officers aeronautic maintenance and telecommunications sergeants, which happened from April 2012 to January 2013.

The course included topics such as military techniques, communication and use of force, radio and radars, electro-mechanics, among others.

On the occasion, the commander of the National Air Force, general Francisco Lopes Afonso "Hanga", who closed the course, guaranteed that the upgrading process of the soldiers will continue, aimed at improving their technical and professional level.

"The human factor is the most important thing in any institution and in the Air Force it is no different. No matter how sophisticated our means may be we woun't be able to achieve our goals without trained men", he said.

During the act the military chief announced several projects programmed for this year, in the Air Force.

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