NAF DSS 2017 LIST: Is it true that the 2017 Nigerian Airforce DSS list of successful candidates has finally been released? This has been the trending Airforce question so far. The good news is that as at today 2nd of July 2017, the DSS list of candidates for Airforce 2017 recruitment is out.
Now, you may be wondering, how do I check whether my name is in the 2017 NAF DSS Zonal List? It is as simple as ABC and that’s what I want to share with you here. See details as to how you can check your name in the new list below.
How To Check Nigerian Airforce DSS Zonal list:The list of Successful candidates for the Nigerian Airforce 2017 DSSC Zonal screening has now been published in PDF format. Click Here to download it.
If the file doesn’t open in your phone, it means that you do not have a pdf document reader in your Android phone. To solve this, download or ask a friend to send you Adobe PDF reader. Better still, send it to any computer system around to view it successfully.
Did you find your name in the list? If no then another question quickly comes to your mind. This question is whether another list or batch will be updated. I cannot categorically confirm whether another list will be published. However, be assured that I will keep you updated of any Naf dss list news update.
Once again, the DSSC is a 9 month intensive military training for professionals drawn from various disciplines to serve as officers in the non combat services of the Army, Navy and the Air Force.
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