The Nigerian Air Force is certainly formidable relative to the West African sub-region. With 17,000 personnel it is one of Africa’s largest and boasts some of the most sophisticated aerial platforms on the continent. The NAF fields some of the continents most advanced and obsolete platforms. With that said the Nigerian Air Force has been […]Read More These are some of the most incredible photos of the Nigerian Air Force.
Africa’s wealthiest nation and continental superpower is proving to be the joke of the century as 300 Boko Haram fighters overran and occupied a military base and took complete control of a town in northeast Nigeria. Scores of fighters believed to be loyal to an Islamic State group-affiliated Boko Haram faction stormed the base in Gudumbali, […]Read More Shocking !! Boko Haram Captures Nigerian Town.
EGYPT Egypt is without doubt the largest and most powerful military Africa has ever seen. The Egyptian military leads Africa in every metric ( personnel, funding, equipment). In accordance, the Egyptian Air Force is the largest and most technologically advanced Air Force in Africa and among the worlds TOP 15. The tip of the spear […]Read More Front Line Fighters in Africa’s Top Five Militaries.
At the height of its power, between 20,000 to 25,000 Boko Haram fighters were controlling more than 30,528 km² in northeast Nigeria,– an area roughly the size of a mid-sized European country like Belgium. Almost 2 million people from 17 Local Government Areas lived under the Boko Haram. By 2015, no thanks to its barbarity, Boko Haram had displaced […]Read More Weapons of Boko Haram: Infantry, Vehicles and Artillery.
The Nigerian Federation, by virtue of its size, soft power, economic might and natural resources is one of the most important country in the world. It is the biggest majority black nation the world has ever and will never see. For this reason alone Nigeria is a prime target for the forces of good and […]Read More Time to Alter Nigeria’s Military Doctrine.
In the 1980s the Nigerian Navy was the largest and best equipped navy in Sub Sahara Africa, outclassing the South African Navy at the time in tonnage and firepower. Regionally the combined navies of West Africa could not hope the match the Nigerian Navy in virtually every metrics, personnel, tonnage, firepower and training. The tip […]Read More EXOCET: The Worse Nightmare for the Nigerian Navy.
Nigeria and Cameroon, by and large, have been peaceful neighbors. But while the two nations are friendly and, typically, at least on paper, allies, things can change. In 1998 Nigeria’s military Head of State planned for just such a scenario. At the time, both Nigeria and Cameroon were led by despotic regimes and even though […]Read More Nigeria’s Secrete War Plan.