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How to Apply for Nigerian Air Force Direct Short Service Enlistment

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The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has commenced the enlistment of graduates and postgraduates into its direct short service cadets (DSSC) programme.

In a statement on its Facebook page, NAF said online registration will begin on December 19, 2022, and end on December 30 2023.

Applicants must be between the ages of 20 and 30 — but the age requirement for medical consultants is between 25 and 40 years.

All applicants must possess a minimum of second-class upper division with five credits in a related course of study; a discharge certificate/letter of exemption from NYSC, and a certificate of full registration with their respective statutory professional bodies in Nigeria.

All candidates are expected to possess a local government area attestation, a passport photograph, and means of identification such as a driver’s licence, national identification number, or international passport.

The application is open to 20 professions, which include aircraft engineering, armament technology, operations, communications, information and space technology, logistics, works and services, air intelligence, and administration.

Others are public relations, legal services, education, chaplain, imams, music, personnel services, account and budget, and professionals allied to medicine.

Applicants are advised to print out acknowledgement slips, and local government area attestation forms after completing the application.

NAF noted that the online registration is free of charge and computer literacy will be an advantage, adding that successful applicants will be invited for selection board interview exercises through the registration portal.

Interested applicants are to apply online at https://airforce.mil.ng/

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