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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:10 - Updated Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:09

Air Force officer urges staff for discipline, cohesion

Moçamedes - National Air Force (FAN) personnel have been urged to stick to discipline and maintain combative cohesion.

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Students of course of telecommunications

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Air Force Brigadier, Francisco Carmelino

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The appeal was launched Wednesday  by the head of the Telecommunications and Assurance Department of FAN, Brigadier Francisco Carmelino.

The general officer described discipline as one of the main factors to ensure harmony and unity within the ranks of all branches of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA).

The high ranking officer was addressing a closing ceremony of the training of telecommunications systems, designed for the chiefs of squad of the National Air Force in the south-west Namibe province.

According to him, the training will help the beneficiaries to consolidate combative cohesion and rules to better fulfill the legitimate interests of the State.

Twenty-five members attended the 10-month course in Moçamedes, Namibe province.

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