Chief of Air Staff, CAS Air Marshal Oladayo Amao said the dynamism of air power employment was critical to operational successes in any military outfit. He made the statement when he inaugurated the NAF Air Warfare Centre and its first course on basic air power for young officers.
This was made known by the Director of Public Relations and Information, Nigerian Air Force, NAF Headquarters, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet in Abuja.
Amao noted that the air power had become a key determinant of operational effectiveness, as well as a force multiplier in all ongoing operations in the country.
He explained that the reactivation of the centre perfectly aligned with his vision for the service, tailored towards enhancing and sustaining critical air power capabilities required for joint force employment in pursuit of national security imperatives.
The CAS urged the pioneer Commandant of the centre, Air vice Marshal, AVM Micheal Onyebashi and staff, to prime the new institution for the highest standards and maximum impact. He urged the Centre to evolve new and dynamic approaches for NAF employment of air power.