A video has emerged showing a gunship helicopter allegedly escorting the Nigerian Defense Academy Cadet to an unknown location.
According to the video, the alleged MI-35M gunship helicopter was seen patrolling on close range behind a vehicle allegedly conveying cadets who are part of the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) in Kaduna State.
MI-35M gunship helicopters are used in battlefield and Operations for air support and airstrikes when needed, they are also used for military protection due to their specs and equipment capabilities.
Nigerian Defense Academy was established in February 1964 as a reformation of the British run Royal Military Forces Training College (RMFTC) and the NDA is a military university based in Kaduna State, Nigeria that trains officer cadets into one of the 3 services of the Nigerian Armed Forces which are the Navy, the Air Force and the Army.
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