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Rededication Day - 38th Combat Service Support Battalion
Posted: 15 Mar 2015, 1415 hours (Time is GMT +8 hours)


Story contributed by the 38th Combat Service Support Battalion

38 CSSB OFFICERS' REDEDICATION DAY 30 JAN 15

The officers from 38 Combat Service Support Battalion (38 CSSB) gathered in the Ceremonial Hall of SAFTI Military Institute (MI) to reaffirm their dedication as officers of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). The rededication ceremony was done during their In-Camp Training (ICT).

The ceremony was exceptionally meaningful, with many not having recited the oath since their commissioning. After their rededication, the officers sang the National Anthem with pride. The singing of the National Anthem conceived a myriad of emotions, which encompassed pride and dedication.

The Rededication Day ended off with the participants ascending the SAFTI MI Tower, where they reminisced of the tough times during their OCS training. Camaraderie was fostered as they scaled the Tower together and are once again reminded of the times they resiliently overcame many obstacles and challenges together to reach their milestone, where they learnt:

To Lead,
To Excel
and To Overcome


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Good Luck Boys: 42 SAR 11th Mono Intake
Posted: 08 Jan 2015, 1430 hours (Time is GMT +8 hours)

Story by Ashwin Lee

Photography by Leong Khee Shuen

The 42nd Battalion, Singapore Armoured Regiment (42 SAR) held their 11th Mono-intake Direct Enlistment Exercise at Sungei Gedong Camp on 11 December, for recruits who qualify under the Physical Training Phase (PTP). Around 119 enlistees were accompanied by their family members for a tour of various facilities such as their bunks and medical centre.

Parents witnessed their sons take the Oath of Allegiance and have their heads shaven before bidding farewell to their boys. The new recruits will now undergo their BMT in Jaguar, Kaffir, and Lion companies respectively.


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