The aircraft's arrived two months after the first batch of six A-29 Super Tucano jets.
The recently delivered A-29 Super Tucano aircraft’s in desert and jungle camouflage scheme alongside a Donier support aircraft arrived at Kano Airport.
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All 12 A-29 Super Tucano jets have now been delivered to the Nigerian Air Force as the last 6 aircraft ordered from the United States of America touched down in Kano yesterday right before the September ending deadline set by the Nigerian Air Force.
This is a great development for the Nigerian military and the whole West African Region as the A-29 Super Tucano jets will enable efficient and thorough air surveillance operation and reconnaissance in the region.
This development is also good news to the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) and bad news to bandits, terrorists, and criminals across the country.
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