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 Post subject: Re: African Armies
PostPosted: 23 Oct 2019, 13:15 
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Windhoek, 23 October 2019: Namibia is hosting a three-day 11th African Standby Force (ASF) Training Implementation Workshop (TIW) organised by the African Union Peace Support Operations Division at the Safari Hotel-Windhoek.

The ASF-TIW is an annual stock taking activity on training and capacity development of the AFS.

The main aim of the 11th ASF-TIW is to coordinate and harmonize training activities in accordance with the Training Policy and Training Directives of the ASF. It also offers the opportunity for AU, Regional Economic Communities/Regional Mechanisms, Training Centers of Excellence /Training Institutions to gauge progress made in the implementation of current Training Directives so as to facilitate harmonisation of technical support for continental and regional training initiatives by relevant partners.

Dr. Wilhelmina Shivute, Deputy Executive Director of Defence officiated the opening ceremony.The meeting is attended by key decision-makers at the Continental and Regional Planning Elements.

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 Post subject: Re: African Armies
PostPosted: 10 Dec 2019, 18:50 
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40 Officer cadets commisioned in the Namibian Defence Force
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Okahandja, 04 December 2019: His Excellency, Dr. Hage G. Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia and Commander-In-Chief of the Namibian Defence Force, commissioned 40 young officer cadets into the officers' corps of the NDF after they completed the Regular Commissioning Course.

Dr. Geingob urged the graduates to demonstrate quality leadership, high standard of discipline, patriotism and integrity. "These are the prerequisites that will enable you to lead the men and women placed under your command," President said.

For the past 17 months, the graduates of the 9th Intake of the Regular Commissioning Course, underwent intensive training where they were introduced to the modules of command, leadership, management of resources as well as conventional and non-conventional warfare.

The Commissioning Ceremony was attended by, amongst others, Ministers, Service Chiefs, Regional and Local leadership from Otjozondjupa Region, and the relatives of the graduates.

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Inspection of the parade
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Parade formed up
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Commandant of the Military School
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Acting CDF handing over the CDF award to a top performer
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one of the 5 female cadet officer's
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Newly commissioned Pilot officer
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Cadet officer from the Navy(or midshipman rather #-o )
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