The search and rescue training was held in commemoration of Sinai Liberation Day by the Egyptian air force, and eyewitnesses reported seeing several helicopters flying over the Pyramids with soldiers rappelling on to the Pyramid of Cheops.
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EAF stands for Egyptian Air Force
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6Oct73 : Wings of wrath "Full documentary" As today marks one of The national day of the Egyptian air forces , I proudly present you the full documentary of "Wings of Wrath" Syrian regime killing its people with cluster bombs New evidence has emerged that the Syrian air force has used cluster munitions in recent days, Human Rights Watch said today.
and worked in NASA, while Ahmed Shafik was an air force pilot, the chief of the Egyptian Air Force and the Minister of Aviation before he was Prime Minister.
The SCAF has been accused of trying to influence the elections to remain in power, and Shafiq, who was once the commander of the Egyptian Air Force, is notably the only candidate with any serious military background.
It is worth noting that Shafiq, a former senior Egyptian Air Force commander, was disqualified last Tuesday after the military council approved the new law denying him from running for presidency, along with Mubarak's former spy chief Omar Suleiman, Ayman Nour, and two Islamist candidates Kharait al- Shater and Hazem Abu Ismail.
Citing a military justice code, Deeb focused on the charges of corruption and said Mubarak should have been treated according to his status as a former commander of the Egyptian air force once he ceded his presidential powers to the SCAF.