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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Whyem15: 3:42pm On Sep 15
NewDelhi:

Dude, I think I'm beginning to stoop so low with you dragging this argument. This is your last warning else the result will be very ruthless I promise you. Na you go beg for mercy in the long run. If you don't know me, go and ask . Na ur last warning be this else I go make life tire you I swear to God almighty. Just maintain your lane.

Abeg sorry ooo, don't mind my foolishness, I be small pikin..... Please forgive me ooo cry

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Whyem15: 3:59pm On Sep 15
Another report from claiming NAF has denied carrying out any airstrikes in that area for more than a week now.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by mekussa(m): 4:01pm On Sep 15
Nothing wey pesin no go see for NAIRALAND. grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by cutievik: 4:52pm On Sep 15
NewDelhi:

Dude, I think I'm beginning to stoop so low with you dragging this argument. This is your last warning else the result will be very ruthless I promise you. Na you go beg for mercy in the long run. If you don't know me, go and ask . Na ur last warning be this else I go make life tire you I swear to God almighty. Just maintain your lane.

I go like know you, drop details

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by The5DME(m): 5:00pm On Sep 15
[quote author=NewDelhi post=105845208]
Dude, I think I'm beginning to stoop so low with you dragging this argument. This is your last warning else the result will be very ruthless I promise you. Na you go beg for mercy in the long run. If you don't know me, go and ask . Na ur last warning be this else I go make life tire you I swear to God almighty. Just maintain your lane. [/quote]
Thunder strike u there azu.... U de fear to reply me?

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 5:33pm On Sep 15
rka1:
Let's hope something will come of this:

MOSCOW - Members of a Nigerian delegation inspect a Russian Mil Mi-28NE Night Hunter military helicopter during the opening day of the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon at Zhukovsky outside Moscow on July 20, 2021.
DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images



Definitely something good is coming from the delegations visit, all thanks to uncle Sam intimal denial.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 5:38pm On Sep 15
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by rka1: 6:24pm On Sep 15
bidexiii:



Definitely something good is coming from the delegations visit, all thanks to uncle Sam intimal denial.

Oh yes! cool
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Roan77: 7:28pm On Sep 15
We have a lot of keyboard 4 star Generals here. grin

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nyanyafk: 8:25pm On Sep 15
Roan77:
We have a lot of keyboard 4 star Generals here. grin
uhmn akctuallly I'm a 10 star field marshal commando general, respect my authority

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Sizzorkay: 8:26pm On Sep 15
i swear. you'd think a chest thumping warrior would go to the front lines and single handedly defeat Iswap , instead of bragging on NL

Roan77:
We have a lot of keyboard 4 star Generals here. grin

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by mekussa(m): 8:36pm On Sep 15
Roan77:
We have a lot of keyboard 4 star Generals here. grin

Na FIELD MARSHALL I see o.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Ablemax(m): 8:41pm On Sep 15
sikowitz17:
Is your moda a b@sratd? You dealt with who? Kai gentleman better behave before you get what’s coming to you in grand style. What exactly did you to to me that you’re threatening people here? What did you do? I chose to not engage you so keep my name out your mouth. Don’t be unfortunate.
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Please o u seriously need that one or two call that put me in NDA EITHER rc or ssc....
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by RiceProducers: 8:44pm On Sep 15
bidexiii:



Definitely something good is coming from the delegations visit, all thanks to uncle Sam intimal denial.

About $60m for one MI 28NE
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by JOSCOFELIX: 9:23pm On Sep 15
THIS IS FIELD MARSHAL JOSCOFELIX. any fuckup, i will teach that person in the language he or she will understand copy. grin grin grin last last everybody na boss oga captain fire on joor

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by iblawi(m): 10:36pm On Sep 15
bidexiii:



Definitely something good is coming from the delegations visit, all thanks to uncle Sam intimal denial.

I remember reading somewhere that equipment bought from Russia are in addition to what we are expecting from USA and not a substitute to it.

If this is true it means Nigeria would be getting more MI35m instead of Mi28 from Russia. Am sure Nigerian Air force won't intend keeping super cobra with Mi28 and Mi35.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by JOSCOFELIX: 11:33pm On Sep 15
they was an ambush on our man in munguno. we lost brave men.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by DubaiLandLord1: 11:55pm On Sep 15
rka1:
Let's hope something will come of this:

MOSCOW - Members of a Nigerian delegation inspect a Russian Mil Mi-28NE Night Hunter military helicopter during the opening day of the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon at Zhukovsky outside Moscow on July 20, 2021.
DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images

I wish the NA can get this.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by SamuelAnyawu(m): 2:42am On Sep 16
JOSCOFELIX:
they was an ambush on our man in munguno. we lost brave men.

Hmmmm that road especially from Gajiram to Monguno around these villages Bilimari, Ali Gambari, Bunari, Gassarawa na dead zone and ISWAP crossing areas into Guzamala.

We had an FOB at Bunari that really helped to checkmate these ambushes at that zone, but was collapsed during the Supercamps era.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Perfectdanny(m): 3:32am On Sep 16
Seems Nigerian army is recruitment. Those guys at jaji, are they done?
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 4:43am On Sep 16
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION BUREAU SUBMITS INTERIM REPORT ON AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVOLVING NIGERIAN AIR FORCE KING AIR-350 AIRCRAFT TO THE CHIEF OF AIR STAFF

Following the unfortunate incident involving a Nigerian Air Force (NAF) King Air -350 aircraft at the vicinity of Kaduna Civil Airport on 21 May 2021, the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Oladayo Amao directed that a joint investigative body consisting of experienced NAF safety officers and the Accident Investigative Bureau (AIB) be constituted to investigate the circumstances surrounding the air crash. After about three months of painstaking joint investigation, the Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of AIB, Engr Akin Olateru FNSE, today 15 September 2021 submitted an interim report on the sad incident to the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Amao, at his office at NAF Headquarters, Abuja.

The submitted report is organized into three sections namely; the information obtained in the course of the investigation; analysis of data collected in view of the Board’s Terms of Reference; and the conclusion, which covers the initial findings and immediate recommendations. It should be noted that at this interim stage, a total of 27 initial findings and 8 immediate safety recommendations were made for the convening authority as well as other aviation related agencies for immediate implementation. It is expected that the final report will contain the flight data recorder readout, the reviewed operator’s and service provider’s standard operating procedures as well as other detailed analysis.

While receiving the report, the CAS reiterated the main essence of activating the ‘joint investigative’ clause contained in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the NAF and the AIB on 1 July, 2020. According to him, the successful collaboration is a clear indication of the potency of collaboration in aircraft accident investigation, which must be encouraged. Air Marshal Amao also noted that such collaborative efforts make accident investigations more transparent and open while also stating that the outcome of the investigation is not necessarily aimed at punitive measures but essentially at generally improving safety in the aviation industry.
On his part, the Chief Executive Officer of AIB, Engr Akin Olateru stated that the joint investigation with the NAF was its first direct involvement in military air crash investigation in Nigeria and second investigation outside its mandate having also assisted Sao Tome and Principe in the past. He also stated that copies of the report, with the endorsement of the CAS, will also be submitted to the Hon. Minister of Aviation and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to ensure that the recommendations addressed to aviation agencies are implemented. The Commissioner also stated that although the accident involved a military aircraft and crew, it happened at a civil airport adding that the involvement of AIB in the investigation by the Nigerian Air Force would help in closing the gaps on the civil aviation side.

(Signed)
Edward Gabkwet
Air Commodore
Director of Public
Relations and Information

(Signed)
Tunji Oketunbi
General Manager
{Public Affairs)
Accident Investigation Bureau

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by giles14(m): 5:47am On Sep 16
JOSCOFELIX:
they was an ambush on our man in munguno. we lost brave men.
hmmmm,
I doubt they were in an APC when it happened.
Replace all soft skin vehicle with armoured vehicle in the northeast they refuse because of corruption.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by JOSCOFELIX: 7:16am On Sep 16
giles14:
hmmmm,
I doubt they were in an APC when it happened.
Replace all soft skin vehicle with armoured vehicle in the northeast they refuse because of corruption.
upon all dey armored personal carrier wey afghan get talibian disembark them. Oga apc or mrap is very expensive some goes upto 2million dollar. You just can't fill the gap at once when you will surely need air support and other unit of the military to fund. But corruption have play his card

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by JOSCOFELIX: 7:19am On Sep 16
SamuelAnyawu:


Hmmmm that road especially from Gajiram to Monguno around these villages Bilimari, Ali Gambari, Bunari, Gassarawa na dead zone and ISWAP crossing areas into Guzamala.

We had an FOB at Bunari that really helped to checkmate these ambushes at that zone, but was collapsed during the Supercamps era.

those buliding along the road should be demonlish it was a very sharp attack
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by SamuelAnyawu(m): 9:05am On Sep 16
JOSCOFELIX:
upon all dey armored personal carrier wey afghan get talibian disembark them. Oga apc or mrap is very expensive some goes upto 2million dollar. You just can't fill the gap at once when you will surely need air support and other unit of the military to fund. But corruption have play his card

Soldiers should continue moving in Hilux? If you know the number of Ambushes that has occurred this year only, you’ll weep for a week. 60% of military ambushes are not reported on any media.

Four APC convoy can move with obviously 30 soldiers. We use too many Soldiers on open Hiluxes so we can scare the enemy or outnumber our enemies.

The Military should understand that numbers alone might not win this war. We need to protect the lives of our gallant men. We should stop using the yardstick of several Nigerians ready to join the depot as a numerical advantage in warfare.

We better start acquiring APCs/MRAPs for road. Ambush no be moi moi oh. Even the Gunner on the Hilux usually get hit before even trying to understand where the bullets from the enemy is ringing from cool

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by RiceProducers: 9:09am On Sep 16
SamuelAnyawu:


Soldiers should continue moving in Hilux? If you know the number of Ambushes that has occurred this year only, you’ll weep for a week. 60% of military ambushes are not reported on any media.

Four APC convoy can move with obviously 30 soldiers. We use too many Soldiers on open Hilux so we can scare the enemy.

We better start acquiring APCs/MRAPs for road. Ambush no be moi moi oh. Even the Gunner on the Hilux usually get hit before even trying to understand where the bullets from the enemy is ringing from cool

Nigeria is not buying MRAPs above $350k. There would never be enough MRAPs / APCs. The big issue is carelessness, hubris, over confidence and disdain for TTTPs.

You cannot be in a convoy and traveling at breakneck speeds to an engagement singing war songs without stopping frequently, reading your maps, determining possible ambush points, using advance parties or spotters ET. C

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Lami1996: 9:51am On Sep 16
JOSCOFELIX:
upon all dey armored personal carrier wey afghan get talibian disembark them. Oga apc or mrap is very expensive some goes upto 2million dollar. You just can't fill the gap at once when you will surely need air support and other unit of the military to fund. But corruption have play his card
There is no mrap that is up to 2 million dollars,even the new JLTV that the US army uses is like $400k,our military leadership are just corrupt ni. There are acquiring apc and mraps now though,so let's give them time. An unspecified number of apc has been bought from Czech republic though,dunno the specifics for now.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by youghs: 10:42am On Sep 16
RiceProducers:


About $60m for one MI 28NE

You're talking about ka52. Mi28NE is cheaper than Mi35

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by youghs: 10:48am On Sep 16
I don't know why the army doesn't consider this vehicle as an immediate substitute.
I'm sure the cost would not be upto $60k though the vehicle will probably not be able to withstand 7.62mm AP but it's still way better than completely soft skin hilux.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Roan77: 11:06am On Sep 16
JOSCOFELIX:
those buliding along the road should be demonlish it was a very sharp attack

I think it was an IED attack, but I don't know the numbers of men we lost.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by cutievik: 11:27am On Sep 16
Roan77:


I think it was an IED attack, but I don't know the numbers of men we lost.

About 25 soldiers killed.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by SamuelAnyawu(m): 12:19pm On Sep 16
RiceProducers:


Nigeria is not buying MRAPs above $350k. There would never be enough MRAPs / APCs. The big issue is carelessness, hubris, over confidence and disdain for TTTPs.

You cannot be in a convoy and traveling at breakneck speeds to an engagement singing war songs without stopping frequently, reading your maps, determining possible ambush points, using advance parties or spotters ET. C


They don’t travel in speed here it’s always slow. This I can assure you about. The issue remains traveling in a convoy of all open trucks.

If the enemy opens rapid fire, who will respond back?

I have been 5 mins close to an ambush on that Monguno road. Ambush is really messy.

Most times they’ll throw grenades on the convoy before shooting as you can’t plant IED cos it’s a free road.

Ambushed in Toyota trucks gives you barely no chance at all to respond. And na corn season self, I remember back then the military stopped villagers planting maize or sorghums on that road

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