The present paper numerically investigates the performance of a Co-Flow Jet (CFJ) on the static and dynamic stall control of the NACA 0024 airfoil at Reynolds number 1.5 × 105. The two-dimensional Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations are solved using the SST k-ω turbulence model. The results show that the lift coefficients at the low angles of attack (up to α = 15̊) are significantly increased at Cµ = 0.06, however for the higher momentum coefficients, it is not seen an improvement in the aerodynamic characteristics. Also, the dynamic stall for a range of α between 0̊ and 20̊ at the mentioned Reynolds number and with the reduced frequency of 0.15 for two CFJ cases with Cµ = 0.05 and 0.07 are investigated. For the case with Cµ = 0.07, the lift coefficient curve did not present a noticeable stall feature compared to Cµ = 0.05. The effect of this active flow control by increasing the Reynolds numbers from 0.5 × 105 to 3 × 105 is also investigated. At all studied Reynolds numbers, the lift coefficient enhances as the momentum coefficient increases where its best performance is obtained at the angle of attack α = 15̊.