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Air Force Military School Selection Interview Shortlisted Candidates for 2018/2019



The Nigerian Air Force, NAF has released the names of candidates shortlisted for Selection Interview into JSS 1 of the Air Force Military School, Jos and other Air Force Secondary Schools for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Air Force Military School Selection Interview Shortlisted Candidates for 2018/2019

List of Air Force Military School Selection Interview Shortlisted Candidates

This is to inform the general public that the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has released the names of candidates shortlisted for Selection Interview into JSS 1 of Air Force Military School, Jos and other Air Force Secondary Schools for 2018/2019 academic session.

The list of the successful candidates for all the Schools can be checked in all Air Force Secondary Schools and at the following Nigerian Air Force websites:

The letters of invitation for Interview for all successful candidates are available for collection at the various Schools of choice of the candidates with effect from 2 July 2018.

The dates for the Selection Interviews are as follows:

Air Force Military School Jos: 

24 – 28 July 2018

Other Air Force Secondary Schools: 

31 July – 4 August 2018

About Air Force Military School, Jos, Nigeria

Air Force Military School, Jos (AFMS) is a military and academic institution located in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. Established on 18 August 1980, the School has graduated over 5000 junior airmen as of July 2017.

The school is effectively a military institution (part of the Nigerian Air Force) that provides both normal secondary school education and military training to Nigerian boys aged around 11 to 17 years.

Students on the one hand receive education in subjects like mathematics, physics, geography, and French, and on the other hand get trained in military weaponry and tactics. The military training seems geared to encourage a career in the Nigerian armed forces and many graduates have gone on to become commissioned officers in the army, air force, and navy.

In the military training, Junior Airmen (JAM) receive field and weapons training, and are also schooled in map reading and interpretation, field craft, drill, point to point compass march, route march, sports, obstacle crossing, abseiling, assembling and stripping of rifles, mock war, shooting range and bush camping amongst other military and academic activities.



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