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Gagiano still head of SA Air Force

Lt Gen Carlo Gagiano remains the head of the SAAF and is back at work this week, after defence minister Lindiwe Sisulu refused to accept his resignation letter.

 

Has Gagiano resigned as CAF?

The head of the air force has tendered his resignation after Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe missed an official state visit to Finland last month because of mechanical problems in the aircraft he was supposed to use.

 

SAAF evaluating equity changes to ejection seats

The SAAF says it will cost about R125 million to modify the ejection seats fitted to its fleet of aircraft to fit local anthropometric measurements.

 

SAAF gets stick it Parliament

The SAAF has been taken to task by Members of Parliament after Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe missed his Finland leg of a recent trip to the Nordic countries because of technical problems with a leased aircraft.

 

Dick Lord: An Officer and a Gentleman

The SAAF and wider aviation community has been saddened by the loss of Brigadier General Dick Lord who passed away on Wednesday 26 October.

 

Ysterplaat Hosts Medal and Wings Parade

A Medal and Reserve Force Wings Parade was held at AFB Ysterplaat this morning during which medals were awarded to 15 members. A further eleven members of 110 Squadron received their Reserve Force Wings.

 

Air Force Chief Reappointed

The term of office of the Chief of the South African Air Force has been extended for the second time.

 

Appointments and/or promotions of senior Officers

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Lindiwe Sisulu has announced the appointments and/or promotions of various senior Officers.

 

New member for Silver Falcons

The Silver Falcons aerobatic team has gained a new member.

 

New Silver Falcons team member

The SAAF aerobatic team, the Silver Falcons, has gained a new member.

 

Sad week for SA aviation community

The South African military and general aviation community lost two friends this week, one the premier South African aviation historian and the other a member of the SAAF executive team.

 

New pilots reach for the sky

There are not many days more important to a pilot than the receipt of their Wings. For seventeen young men and women, the Parade held on 24 March at AFB Langebaanweg will forever be in their hearts.

 

Trainee pilot dies after flight

A trainee pilot collapsed and died after a flight in a Hawk at the Makhado air base in Limpopo on Tuesday afternoon.

 

Hawk pilot named

The name of the pilot who collapsed and died after safely landing his Hawk has been released.

 

New boss' for Makhado units

The new security boss at AFB Makhado has a daunting job being in overall charge of protection for a base that houses state-of-the-art fourth generation military jets.

 

SAAF to implement new command structure

The South African Air Force is to implement a new command structure in the near future

 

Gripen squadron leader can't wait for Mondays

He is not the first black man to command a SA Air Force squadron but he is the first to have the sharp end of the country\'s airborne fighting force under his control.

 

Appointments and promotions of SAAF officers

The Department of Defence has anonunced appointments and promotions of SAAF officers with effect from 1 January 2011.

 

Combat pilots - secret's out

The air force\'s \"secret\" about the number of qualified Gripen fighter pilots was recently made public in great detail by its own officers during a briefing.

 

Ysterplaat hosts medal parade

A Medal Parade was held at AFB Ysterplaat this morning during which medals were awarded to 29 members.

 

Appointments and promotions of SAAF officers

The Department of Defence has anonunced a number of appointments and promotions.

 

Black pilot training fails to take off

The SAAF has stepped in to help the country produce more black African pilots.

 

Parachuting team member killed

A member of the SAAF Golden Eagles parachuting team has fallen to his death during a practise run at around 11 this morning.

 

New pilots awarded their Wings

Twenty five successful student pilots were awarded their coveted Wings today at the Central Flying School.

 

SAAF honours the fallen

May is traditionally the month in which the South African Air Force honours those members who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country.

 
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