Kenya Air Force Donates Bulldog Aircraft to Moi Forces Academy for Aviation Training

The Kenya Air Force has given a Bulldog aircraft to Moi Forces Academy in Nairobi with the goal of improving aviation instruction.

According to the Ministry of Defense (MoD), Brigadier Samwel Kipkorir led a delegation of Kenyan Air Force troops to make the donation.

The Ministry highlighted the uniqueness of aviation training at the high school level, setting Moi Forces Academy apart from other high schools in the nation, by announcing that the aircraft would serve as an educational tool for aviation students.

The Bulldog aircraft, which has been in service since 1972 and will make its final flight in November 2023, has great historical value.

Brig. Kipkorir, who had trained on the same aircraft, expressed his satisfaction with the event, anticipating the future pilots it would produce. He explained to aviation students the tremendous potential that the aircraft provides, emphasizing the timeless basics of aviation.

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The school’s main principal, James Maina, expressed gratitude to the Kenya Air Force, emphasizing the aircraft’s role in encouraging and instructing aviation students.

Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Njoroge, a Kenya Air Force pilot and Moi Forces Academy alumnus, highlighted the students’ prospects and encouraged them to seize them.

Malachi Shiundu, an aviation student, expressed gratitude and pleasure for the unique opportunity to start the aircraft’s engine during the occasion. He stressed the significance of the occasion and expressed a desire to serve his country as a pilot in the future.

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Senior officers, military personnel, teachers, and students from Moi Forces Academy’s primary and secondary schools attended the event, demonstrating its prominence in the educational community.

Kenya Air Force Donates Bulldog Aircraft to Moi Forces Academy for Aviation Training

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