Important Notice

10 Jan 2019 SALES OF 2019/2020 AFMS/AFGCS/AFCS/AFSS ADMISSION SCRATCH CARDS This is to inform the general public that application for admission into JSS1 of AFMS Jos and 12 other Air Force Secondary Schools for 2019/2020 Academic Session has commenced. Scratch cards are now available for sale to interested and qualified candidates. The cards could be purchased from all NAF primary and secondary schools with effect from 7 January 2019. NOTE: Applicants are to note that application for admission into AFMS Jos will close on 27 March and application for admission into other Air Force Secondary Schools will close on 24 April, 2019. The Entrance Examination dates for AFMS Jos and other Air Force Secondary Schools are 6 April and 4 May, 2019 respectively.

20 Dec 18. Parents/Guardians are kindly requested to download the corrected copy of the News Letter and update there records accordingly.

Dear Parent/Guardian, Sequel to the slashing of JAMB, NECO SSCE and BECE exam fees by FGN, I am directed to inform you that exam fees for JAMB/WAEC/NECO and BECE for SS 3 and JSS 3 are now fixed at N35,000 and N5,500 respectively. Those who have already paid the earlier amount will be refunded. For further enquiries please contact the Commandant on 08033566532 or 08052738977. Grateful acknowledge.


About School

PREAMBLE: Air Force Military School, Jos came into being by ESTABLISHEMENT ORDER 3/80 AIR FORCE MILITARY SCHOOL, JOS. Owing to some difficulties encountered in getting adequate Personnel to be granted combatant commission into the NAF, especially as Air Crew, a NAF Military School was conceived to produce able bodied and disciplined Nigerians, brought up in an Air Force environment for the above-mention purpose. The aim of establishing this School includes: a. To prepare students for WAEC and University entrance examinations. b. To provide a broad based academic and technical education as well as Military Training to serve in the Nigerian Air Force in particular. c. To provide an environment for proper physical and mental development, the integration of disciplined behaviour, the acquisition of leadership qualities and the inculcation of good citizenship traits. The School has a Board of Governors, whose membership is determined by the CAS from time to time, to perform the under-mention functions: a. Determine and issues policy guidelines for the School.. b. Ratify Admission list. c. Ratify the decision of the Commandant on such disciplinary issues as may be determined by the Board. d. Deliberate on budgetary matters. e. Decide on closure of the school in the case of emergency. f. Discuss and decide on such matters as may be brought before the Board from time to time. ORGANISATION AND COMMAND The School is commanded by a commandant, whose establishment rank will be Gp Capt. He will have the right and powers of Group Commander and will fly the school flag both in his residence, Office and his official vehicle. The school consists of the Headquarters and the following main Wings: a. Academic Wing b. Military Wings c. Administrative Wing The first intake into Air Force Military School, Jos {AFMS} was on Sept 19, 1980 with 120 Junior Air Men (JAM). The School has graduated over 6,000 Junior Airmen since inception. The Students (JAM) receive education in subjects like mathematics, physics, geography, and French, and on the other hand get trained in military weaponry and tactics. The military training is geared to encourage a career in the Nigerian armed forces and many graduates have gone on to become commissioned officers in the Army, Air Force, and Navy. The Military Training Program includes Field and Weapons Training, Map Reading and Interpretation, Field Craft, Drill, Point to Point Compass March, Route March, Sports, Obstacle crossing, Assembling and Stripping of Rifles, Mock war, Shooting Range and Bush Camping among others.


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