The CAS reiterated NAF’s commitment to ensuring the security of lives and property of Nigerians and upholding democratic ideals for the progress and collective prosperity of the nation.
Also, Commandant RTC, Wing Commander Steven Sekegor, said the one-month course would incorporate drills in a complete array of both combat and non-combat scenarios in offensive and defensive operations, enabled by information superiority.
Sekegor said the course has been deliberately structured to be very intensive to make it effective and efficient in training personnel to meet the ever changing complexities of military operations during war and peace time.
He said the course would also furnish the participants with the requisite skills and competencies to effectively carry out their duties of securing NAF assets for sustained operations.
Daramola said the RTC, in partnership with BMATT, had ensured that modern training techniques are incorporated in the FP-CAGE curriculum to meet the asymmetric and dynamic challenges confronting the nation.
He added that the centre had so far trained 2,208 personnel in FP-CAGE.
The inauguration held at the Regiment Training Centre, NAF Base Kaduna.