Rocket artillery is a type of artillery equipped with rocket launchers instead of conventional guns. Modern rocket artillery are used in similar fashion to other self-propelled artillery. Global Positioning and Inertial Navigation terminal guidance systems have been introduced. Number of multiple rocket launchers and mobile missile launch systems. Currently in equipment and in reserve. 1. […]Read More List of African Countries By Rocket Artillery.
I’ve always felt that a nation as ethically diverse as Nigeria needs a draft, and that having “citizen-soldiers” in the ranks makes Nigeria stronger and more importantly, at some point forces politicans to think about the consequences of corrupt practises like siphoning money meant for arms and the welfare of soldiers, more so if they […]Read More Nigerian Women in Combat Soars : Why Take 10 Steps Backwards
13 December 2013. 0300 hrs In a nighttime assault, 300 heavily armed Boko Haram insurgents wearing dark non reflective clothing quickly penetrated the security perimeter of the Composite Group Air Base in Maiduguri and reached the flight line, where they destroyed two Mi-24 attack helicopters and three MiG-21 that was slated to be delivered to […]Read More Nigerian Air Force Special Forces : All You Need you Know
DOUALA (Reuters) – Gunmen attacked a border crossing in Cameroon’s southwest on Thursday, launching their assault from Nigeria, according to security officials who witnessed the incident. A Nigerian military spokesman denied the assailants had crossed over from Nigeria, and the incident is likely to further damage relations between the neighbours, strained over the rise of […]Read More Gunmen cross from Nigeria, attack Cameroon border post: witnesses
On Jan. 14, 2018, Boko Haram – an Islamist group from northeast Nigeria led by jihadist leader Abubakar Shekau – released a video depicting the remains of a Nigerian air force Mi-171 helicopter the group claimed it shot down. The alleged shoot-down occurred amid an intensive new offensive targeting the group. On Jan. 8, Nigeria, […]Read More Nigeria and Allies Launch a Major Attack on Boko Haram
In 2011 NATO began its military intervention in Libya, French fighter jets were deployed over Libya on March 19 2011. The operation triggered an event that changed the face of Africa. We came. We saw. He Died. – Hillary Clinton. When Libyan leader Muammar Ghadafi “threatened” to crackdown down on protesters in Bhengazi, the UN […]Read More Libya : From Africa’s Richest to Most Troubled
Nigeria’s pathetic excuse for an Air Force is on the verge of extinction. It uses 1960 era ex Soviet fighter jets and trainer aircrafts despite being in a perperual state of military engagement for seventeen years. This is an embarassment, a disgrace unbefiting of a country like Nigeria. Meanwhile, other smaller comparative air forces with […]Read More Nigerian Air Force : Becoming a Source of National Embarrassment.
January 6 2018 Thirteen drones are launched from a location thirty miles from Syrian a military base. Their target, a Russia’s Hmeimim air base in Latakia, Syria and Tartus naval base. Guided by GPS, ten drones attacked Hmeimim while another three attacked Tartus. Luckily for the Russians all thirteen were downed by Russia’s air defense […]Read More Anti-Aircraft : The Nigerian Army Needs to Upgrade its AADS Fast!
In a scene reminiscent of the sounds of drums for war in the 1995 Walt Disney animation Pochahontas between the British and the Red indians, Nigeria is gradually heading down the path of civil war. This coming just after the defeat of Boko Haram (at least in the technically they hold no territory), which in […]Read More Drums of Civil War Looming !!