Nigerian Army College of Logistics

Lagos, Nigeria

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  • Nigerian Army College of Logistics

    Established: Lagos

    Nigerian Army College of Logistics, Lagos – school for training middle career Nigerian Army officers on military logistics;

    Branch: Nigerian Armed Forces

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