Fri, 16 Mar 2018 14:29 - Updated Fri, 16 Mar 2018 14:29
Armed Forces staff told to improve communication system
Moçamedes - The staff of Air Force, a branch of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), based in the southern region have been urged to improve their knowledge on communication systems to meet the challenges that lie ahead.
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The call was launched Tuesday by the Air Force Commander, Lt General, João Baptista.
The FAA senior officer was speaking at closing training ceremony of junior experts on telecommunication, held in Moçamedes, southwest Namibe province.
According to him, the trainees are now in conditions to secure this functioning and maintenance in order to meet
the expectations and confidence by teachers and higher commands.
“This training process provides the staff with necessary skills and competences to respond with professionalism the sector's challenges.
At least 50 specialists attended the training, during subjects run by 18 trainers.
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