KDF Releases Another Recruitment Programme For These Regions As They Promise Credibility And Fairness
The Kenya Defence Forces,KDF, are the national armed forces mandated with sole roles defending the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our country. The defence forces also assist and cooperate with other authorities in situations of emergency or disaster and restore peace in any part of Kenya affected by urest.
Kenya Defense Forces comprises of three bodies that is, Kenya Air force, Kenya Army and Kenya Navy. Whenever there is vacancy the candidates are given a chance to try. Those willing to join Kenya Defence Forces MUST meet the following conditions and education qualifications: According to general Conditions;
The Kenya Army and the Kenya Navy are crucial components of the KDF. Alongside the Kenya Airforce, they make the KDF complete. As it is known by many, the tough training periods for soldiers are meant to toughen them and prepare them for any task that is ahead.
Kenya Defence Forces, KDF is one of the most famous and powerful security forces in the African continent. This is a defence unit belonging to the republic of Kenya. This KDF is made up of the three units namely, Kenya Army, Kenya Air force and the Kenya Navy.
The Kenya Navy is one arm of the Kenya Defense Forces that deals with the protection of the sovereignty of the Kenyan waters especially in the Indian Ocean. Major Eliud Mbilu. Picture courtesy. The Kenya Navy has been headed by many commanders over the years but the longest one served in the regime of The Late Former President, Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
The Forces of the Country were divided into Kenya Navy, Kenya Army and Kenya Airforce before the promulgation of the new constitution that happened in 2010. Picture courtesy. General Karangi. This ushered in a new era for the defense Forces of Kenya as they were joined and were now known as Kenya Defense Forces which remains to be so.
Kenyans are continuing to react to Kenya Defence Forces late evening post on their Twitter handle saying “Mission Ready." This post comes after Kenya Deforce Force comprising of Kenya Army, Kenya Air Force and Kenya Navy were marking their Kenya Defence Forces Day. According to their latest post, KDF outlined its mission which is “To defend and protect the sovereignty and Territorial integrity of the Republic, assist and cooperate with other authorities in situations of emergency or disaster and restore peace in any part of Kenya affected by unrest or instability as assigned."
Kenya defense forces,(KDF) refers to special armed soldiers that offer security services within the Kenyan territories. The soldiers are taken through some special training using strong weapons to help them in their mission. The defense forces is splitted into three major groups namely: 1.
The current Kenya Defence Forces, KDF, was established and stipulated, in Article 241 of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya. It is governed by the Kenya Defence Forces Act 2012. The KDF comprise the Kenya Army, the Kenya Navy and the Kenya Airforce as per their duties.
Moving soldiers from point A to point B is not always an easy feat. It involves massive use of resources to accomplish this task. The Kenya army has a fleet of military vehicles that performs this task. However, when soldiers are to be moved in their large numbers, the option of using vehicles often becomes expensive.
The Kenya Defense Forces has three arms, that is the Kenya Army, The Kenya Navy and the Kenya Air Force. Picture courtesy. Northrop F-5 Fighter Jet. These three arms of the defense Forces each have a role to play in ensuring that the sovereignty of the country is not infringed upon by anyone.
Monica Juma the cabinet secretary in charge of defense has received President Uhuru Kenyatta and other military dignitaries in Lamu for an event that is expected to be presided over by the head of state. President Uhuru Kenyatta touched down dressed in full military regalia symbolizing his authority. Today’s event in Lamu is that of Regimental color regalia which is an annual event that is always done by the military.
Kenya is an independent nation that attained Independence in 1963. President Uhuru Kenyatta is the current head of the republic of Kenya. Kenyatta is the chief commander of the armed forces. It's good news to the residents of Lamu that is located at the coastal region following the move taken by president Uhuru Kenyatta who is expected to grace the opening of the Manda millitary barrack to help curb the insecurity issues that have been witnessed in the region in the recent days.
Kenya celebrates its heroes each year in a special day dubbed, 'Mashujaa Day' that brings together all Kenyans from various parts of the country. (Photo, Courtesy) Due to the devolution brought about by the 2010 Constitution, the country has been celebrating the national holidays at different counties.
President Uhuru Kenyatta today wore two different sets of Military uniform during his tour of the Kenya Navy Base, Manda Bay in Lamu County. The President arrived while wearing a jungle army garment (camouflage) but was later spotted wearing the red Kenya Army Ceremonial attire. While in the jungle green camouflaged uniform, he was received by Defence CS Monica Juma and Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces Robert Kibochi.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has reminded Kenyans to play their community obligation of getting the nation saying Kenya's wellbeing, her opportunity and thriving are not a save of the state's security apparatus. "Our people group and, for sure, every resident should likewise have their influence.
As the commander in chief of all armed forces, President Uhuru ensures he shows love and care to his soldiers by constantly visiting them. Among important things the head of state does is to attend important Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) functions. And today, the President has visited one of the Kenya Navy bases located in Manda Bay, Lamu County.
The President of Kenya and the Cammander - in - Chief of Defense Forces His Excellency Uhuru Mugai Kenyatta Today Attended Mashujaa Day Celebration held at Wang'uru stadium in Kirinyaga. During the event, the Head of State inspected a colourful guard of honour mounted by Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) Tri - Service Troops comprising of Officers from Kenya Army, Kenya Airforce and Kenya Navy.
The president Uhuru Kenyatta today was welcomed by military forces in Lamu county where he will be leading the presidential regimental colour presentation ceremony. The ceremony is planned to happen at Kenya Navy base in Manda bay where he is expected to inspect the ongoing projects in the base.
The president Uhuru Kenyatta today landed in Lamu county where he will be heading to Kenya Navy base in Manda bay for presidential and regimental colour presentation. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the president landed in the county early in the morning where he was received by some government officials from the military forces.