Del'd: 3 - 1984 to ??








We lost 02-F89 in a crash 8 miles south of Kaduna airport. Helicopter burn to ashes. No one was lost. The remaining 2 (01 & 03 - F89) were decommissioned and now christmas trees at the enterance the Naval Air Station (NAS) Ojo Lagos and Port-Harcourt Base respectively.


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Units

YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
1985/now101 Squadron


Platform

Classes
FF MEKO 360H1 class
W Hamilton class


Construction Numbers Help Us

C/NBuiltID     In this OrganisationIn other Org

    291 1983     01-F89: Nigerian Navy d/d mar84; ex ZE408,G-BLEM,G-17-14
    312 1983     02-F89: Nigerian Navy d/d 84; ex G-BLFG,G-17-15; w/o 18dec89
    313 1983     03-F89: Nigerian Navy d/d 84; ex G-BLFH,G-17-16

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