|New Afrikan Air Force|
|Founded||23 February 1954|
|Country||Republic of New Afrika|
|Size|| 338,356 active personnel|
268,872 reserve personnel
|Part of||Department of the Air Force|
|Colors||Black, Red & Green|
|Bomber||B-52H, B-1B, B-2|
|E-3, E-8, EC-130|
|Fighter||F-15C, F-15E, F-16, F-22|
|Reconnaissance||U-2, RC-135, RQ/MQ-1, RQ-4, RQ-170|
|Trainer||T-6, T-38, T-1, TG-10|
|Transport||C-130, C-135, KC-135, C-5, C-9, KC-10, C-17, VC-25, C-32, C-37, C-21, C-12, C-40|
The New Afrikan Air Force (NA-AF) is the aerial warfare branch of the New Afrikan Armed Forces, and one of the five branches of the military. Following the breakup of the United States in 1954, New Afrika walked away with the lion's share of the United States Air Force, primarily due to the vast majority of the USAF bases, inventory, and factories being located in the nation of New Afrika today. As it is the largest air force on the continent, and the second largest branch of the New Afrikan military, the NA-AF receive special attention from the federal government, in that it takes priority over the branches of the military.
The NA-AF operates 2,427 manned aircraft (1,355 NA-AF, 782 Air National Guard, 290 Air Force Reserve), 100 unmanned aircraft, 1200 air-launched cruise missiles, and 235 intercontinental ballistic missiles. The New Afrikan Air Force employs some 331,924 active personnel, the entirety of the Selected and Individual Ready Reserves (some 268,872 personnel), and 37,560 in the Air National Guard. Additionally, the New Afrikan Air Force employs 83,213 civilian personnel, and has another 24,000 in the Civil Air Patrol, preserved by the New Afrikan government for its contributions to aviation.