The reason for the rise of a resurgent and powerful Boko Haram in Nigeria , tuareg rebels in Mali, AQUIM and al-Qaeda in the Sahel, ISIS in Libya, general break down of law and order in North Africa etc can all be traced to one singular dynamic, the French inspired NATO bombardment of Libya to […]Read More A Unified African Military Command.
Nigeria’s military spending in the last decade have been absolutely ineffective. We have not really taken the step from the army of general conscription to the army of special forces that is needed in all these present joint ventures. Our gear is not up to date, we are burning money. WHEN President Buhari said the Federal […]Read More Scrutinizing Nigeria’s Defense Spending
One extremely important part of modern warfare is reconnaissance and surveillance. While it might lack the kinetic firepower of fighter jets and artillery, ISR is just as important, if not more important in every aspect of war. Nigeria can spend billions in petrodollars acquiring the most advanced tanks and airplanes, but if you don’t know […]Read More Nigeria’s ISTAR Doctrine.
Nigerian Military Contingent & Officers of NIBATT 36 & 37 receive UN Medals.Read More Service and Sacrifice: Thank You Nigerian Peacekeepers
In 2015 Boko Haram overtook ISIS to become the worlds deadliest terrorist group. Boko Haram, which was founded in 2002 as an Islamist movement against Western education and morphed into an armed insurgency in 2009, has rapidly expanded its scope and ambitions over the past couple of years, achieving international notoriety in 2014 by kidnapping more than 200 schoolgirls. Much […]Read More Boko Haram’s Accomplices.
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.