The Nigerian Army has graduated 1,151 special forces comprising of nine officers and 1,142 soldiers from its School of Infantry (NASI) Jaji, Kaduna State, to combat insurgency and banditry. The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) today graduated additional 150 personnel of the Regiment Specialty, who have just undergone an 8-week intensive Special Forces training conducted by an Israeli company. The Director, Directorate of Army Recruitment, Resettlement and Reserve, Brig.,-Gen Emmanuel Akpan, made this known on Friday, saying it was in line with global best practices to reinvigorate the force. It is unclear if the officers are from the Nigerian Air Force, Nigerian Army or the Nigerian Navy. “The tour is at the instance of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen Tukur Buratai, and is sequel to his directive as contained in this strategic directive for 2020, that Special Forces Concept should be integrated in all Nigerian Army trainings. Nigerian Air Force Completes Training Of Additional Special Forces. Here is a one month old video from the British Army … The three arms have individual SF, the eliite components highly trained for major operations. Nigerians have been mocking the police since a training video of Special Weapon and Tactics Team (SWAT) personnel went viral. Nigerian Air Force Completes Training Of Additional Special Forces. The Americans shared their skills, saying they were careful not to dictate to the Nigerians how to manage their army. The Army Headquarters say it has embarked on mass recruitment of personnel into its Special Forces Concept Training nationwide. The Nigerian Navy (NN) is the sea branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. Nigerian special forces have recently been training with UK, Cameroonian and Moroccan soldiers in Senegal. “We were very impressed at the level of motivation and desire to learn that the Nigerian soldiers brought to the training,” Gouthro said. Butatai was at the Nigerian Army School of Infantry ,Jaji near Kaduna on a one day working visit where he assessed the level of a tailor made Special Forces training. Nigerian special forces have recently been training with UK, Cameroonian and Moroccan soldiers in Senegal Here is a one month old video from the … The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has inaugurated training for another batch of 219 Special Forces (SF) personnel and graduated 24 rappellers to boost internal security operations in the country. The Nigerian Navy command structure today consists of the Naval Headquarters in Abuja, three operational commands with headquarters in Lagos, Calabar, and Bayelsa.Training command's headquarters are located in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria, but with training facilities spread all over Nigeria. The Nigerian Army has moved its Special Forces Training School to Buni Yadi, a town once controlled by Boko Haram in Yobe State.