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Libya appoints DCI for its academic training courses

Posted 14 June 2013 · Add Comment

The Libyan Air Force and Defense Forces have appointed DCI to train 20 officer trainees.

The training course provides an aeronautical bachelor's degree to foreign officer trainees trained in France at the renowned Air Force School. 

To succeed in this challenge, two preliminary years of French language learning and scientific upgrading under the tutorship of certified teachers and ex-servicemen are proposed to these future officers. 

“Academic training plays an essential part in structuring elite military personnel. DCI has made it one of the central poles of its activities and we are proud to welcome the first Libyan trainees for their training within the French Air Force,” said General Denuel, executive vice-president of DCI-AIRCO.  We are hoping this first batch of young trainees will be the start of a fruitful relationship.”

 

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