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Air Force defines how future wars could be fought

The Nigerian Air Force is defining how future wars could be fought with the development of armed Unmanned Hexacopter to deliver weapons to in enemy territories.

The force said it has recorded more Research and Development (R&D) breakthroughs, with the production of Oleo-Pneumatic Shock Absorber for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) an Automatic Solar Tracking System and a Rocket Launcher Circuit Test Box.

The Force showcased the prototype of the new inventions  during the 47th convocation ceremony of the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) Kaduna at the weekend.

Others prototype showcased were a prototype of Light Weight Helicopter, an Unmanned Hexacopter as well as the adaptation and installation of BO-105 Helicopter guns on the Bell 412 Helicopters recently handed over to the NAF by the Federal Government.

The convocation ceremony also featured the award of diplomas and degree certificates to 257 graduating students comprising 102 NAF personnel, 2 Nigerian Army personnel, 3 Nigerian Navy personnel and 150 civilians.

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