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Chief of the Air Staff (Nigeria)

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Chief of the Air Staff (Nigeria)

The Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) is the profession head of the Nigerian Air Force. The following have served as Chief of the Air Staff:[1]
Year Rank Name
1963–1965 Colonel Gerhard Kahtz
1965–1966 Colonel W Timming
1966–1967 Lieutenant Colonel George T Kurubo
1967–1969 Colonel Shittu Alao
1969–1975 Brigadier Emmanuel E Ikwue
1975–1980 Air Vice-Marshal John Nmadu Yisa-Doko
1980–1983 Air Vice-Marshal Abdullahi Dominic Bello
1983–1990 Air Marshal Ibrahim Mahmud Alfa
1990–1992 Air Vice-Marshal Nuraini Yussuff
1992–1993 Air Marshal Akin Dada
1993–1996 Air Vice Marshal Femi John Femi
1996–1998 Air Marshal Nsikak-Abasi Essien Eduok
1999–2001 Air Marshal Isaac Alfa
2001–2006 Air Marshal Jonah Wuyep
2006–2008 Air Marshal Paul Dike
2008–2010 Air Marshal Oluseyi Petinrin
2010-2012 Air Marshal Mohammed Dikko Umar
2012 -2014 Air Vice Marshal Alex Sabundu Badeh
2014 - Air Vice Marshal Air Vice Marshal Adesola Amosu


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