Nigerian Airforce recruitment for 2021 is currently underway. The Ghanarecruitment team will provide information on Nigerian Airforce recruitment, how to apply for Nigerian Airforce recruitment, and everything else you need to know about the Nigerian Airforce application form.
Do you want to join the Nigerian Airforce? If so, make sure you read this post all the way to the end to learn everything you need to know to be considered for NAF recruitment 2021.
N/B: NAF DSSC recruitment form 2021 is out. Online Registration starts on 26 July 2021 and closes on 30 August 2021.
Note: The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Recruitment for 2021/2022 application form is out. The Airforce recruitment online application form is out on the Airforce recruitment portal. The Air Force portal opened for registration on 2nd March 2021 and closes on 30th March 2021.
The Nigerian Airforce has released the 2021 recruitment form. The online registration for Airmen/Airwomen (BMTC 2021) is available for application.
Eligibility for the Airforce Application Form
- Local Government Indigeneship Form
- Attestation form to be signed by a Military Officer or Local Government Chairman of the Applicant
- Parent/Guardian Consent Form
- Acknowlegement Form
- Applicants must be medically and physically fit
- Applicants must be free of any previous conviction(s) on criminal ground, by a court of law.
- Applicants applying as sportsmen/women are to present evidence of their professional experience which should include certificates and medals.
- Applicants applying as drivers must possess a minimum of 2 passes in SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB, with a credit in English and trade certificate.
Nigerian Air Force Recruitment 2021/2022 Requirements
- Nationality: Applicant must be of Nigerian origin.
- Age: Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 22 years for non-tradesmen/women, 18 and 25 years for tradesmen/women by 30 June 2021. Those applying for assistant chaplains/imams and drivers must be between the ages of 18 and 28 years.
- Marital Status: Before you apply for Nigerian Airforce Recruitment 2020, you need to be single.
- Height: Minimum height is 1.66 meters or 5.5ft for males and 1.63m or 5.4ft for females.
- Non-Tradesmen/women: Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 credits including Mathematics and English Language in SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB obtained not later than 6 years to this exercise n not more than two seatings.
- Tradesmen/women: Applicants must possess OND, NABTEB, RN/RM, or City & Guild Certificate. Candidate with only Trade Test Certificate are required to also have a minimum of 2 passes in GCE/SSCE/NECO including English
You need to ensure that all your documents are complete. Don’t use fake documents to avoid issues.
How to Apply for Nigerian Airforce Recruitment
- Visit the Nigerian Airforce recruitment portal via https://airforce.mil.ng/
- Follow the instruction on the Nigerian Airforce official portal
- Fill Your Registration Form.
- Submit the Form.
- Take note of your Application Number.
- Print Application Summary Page.
- Your phone number and email are required for this application.
- Ensure you upload all the required documents and fill in your details correctly to stand a chance of being called for the screening exercise
- Download and Print Acknowledgement Cards and Attestation Cards using your Email Address and Password to log in.
Nigerian Airforce recruitment 2021/2022 Screening Venues
Before you can proceed further with Nigerian Airforce recruitment 2021/2022, kindly note that a Qualifying Recruitment Tests will hold in the following Centers:
- Makurdi: Nigerian Air Force Base, Markudi.
- Ilorin: 303 MAG, Nigerian Air Force Ilorin.
- Lagos: Sam Ethnan Air Force Base, Ikeja – Lagos.
- Enugu: 113, Helicopter Combat Training Group Nigerian Air Force Enugu.
- Port Harcourt: 115 Special Operations Group Nigerian Air Force Port Harcourt.
- Benin: 107 Air Maritime Group, Nigerian Air Force Benin.
- Kaduna: Nigerian Air Force Base, Kawo – Kaduna.
- Kano: 403 Flying Training School, Kano.
- Maiduguri: 105 Composite Group Nigerian Air Force Maiduguri.
- Ipetu-Ijesha: Nigerian Air Force Institute of Safety, Ipetu-Ijesha.
- Sokoto: 119 Forward Operation Base Mabera, Sokoto.
- Yola: 103 Strike Group, Nigerian Air Force, Yola.
- Jos: 451 Nigerian Air Force Station, Jos.
- Bauchi: Nigerian Air Force Base Bauchi
Is Nigeria Airforce recruitment form out for 2021?
The Nigerian Airforce recruitment for 2021 is not out.