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Sun, 20 Jan 2019 14:42 - Updated Sun, 20 Jan 2019 14:42

FAA focused on staff training for future challenges

Luanda - The National Air Force wants to continue to focus on the training of staff, organization and discipline, to match the ongoing efforts, in the context of the reequipment and modernization of the branch.

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Chief of General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), António Egídio de Sousa Santos

Photo: Cortesia de Francisco Bernardo/Edições Novembro

The statement is from the Chief of General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces, Egídio Sousa e Santos, expressed in a message on the 43rd anniversary of the National Air Force, marked 21 January.

The congratulations addressed to the general, high  officers and subordinates, soldiers and civilian workers in the field, point out that the path taken by the branch has been marked by moments of struggle and above all by countless achievements, the result of the high patriotic awareness, bravery and spirit of which are the main characteristic traits of its staff."

I take this opportunity to reiterate that the date is a celebration, but a reflection, as well as a tribute to all who throughout the years have served the National Air Force tirelessly, giving their best, including in many cases the sacrifice of one's life ", read in the message.

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