99/15 Officer Cadet Course Intake (20 Apr 2015)
With the newly commissioned officers of the 96/14 Officer Cadet Cohort moving on to their new postings, 667 new cadets of the 99/15 Cohort began their journey to Officership. Over the next 38 weeks, these servicemen and servicewomen will undergo a drastic transformation as they are groomed and nurtured into Officers of the Singapore Armed Forces. Read more >>>
96/15 OCS Commissioning Parade (18 Apr 2015)
Mr S Iswaran, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Home Affairs and Second Minister for Trade and Industry, reviewed a commissioning parade at the SAFTI Military Institute this evening. A total of 301 cadets, comprising 240 from the Army and 61 from the Air Force, were commissioned as officers of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). Read more >>>
96/14 OCC ACPC Graduation Ceremony and Dining-In (16 April 2015)
Held a week before the grand Commissioning Parade, the Appointment Certificate Presentation Ceremony (ACPC) is an Officer Cadet School tradition and a major milestone for Officer Cadets. On the day of the ACPC, each graduating Officer Cadet received their swords and certificates from the Guest of Honour, Commander Assistant Chief of General Staff (Operations), Brigadier General Siew Kum Wong. Read more >>>
23/2015 Specialist Cadet Course Professional Term - GPMG Live Firing (10 April 2015)
This week, the cadets from Specialist Cadet School II experienced the live firing of the General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) for the first time.
Having gone through extensive technical handling lessons which provided them with the knowledge and skills to operate the machine gun, the cadets had a chance to put their knowledge and skills into action during the live firing. Read more >>>
IO Social Night (9 April 2015)
The students of the 46th CSC attended the International Officers” (IO) Social Night at VivoCity. The event began with a cable car ride that took the IOs and their family members from HarbourFront to Mount Faber and Sentosa, enabling them to get a bird’s eye view of the spectacular landscape of Singapore... Read more >>>
96/14 OCC Platoon Assault Course (8th April 2015)
A tradition harking back to the very first batch of Officer Cadets, the Platoon Assault Course (PAC) is a gruelling inter-platoon race that marks the end of the Infantry Professional Term. The adrenaline-filled affair is the final exercise the Infantry Officer Cadets will face as a platoon, a true test of team work and mettle that they have built over the preceding months. Read more >>>
25 June 2015
23/15 Specialist cadet Graduation Ceremony
29 Apr 2015
SAFTI MI Workplan Seminar
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SWS AWARDS CEREMONY & INFORMATION SESSION
Date: 1 Aug 2014
Venue: SMU Administration Building, Level 6 Function Room
The talk will have more information on the SWS programmes, eligibility, admissions, etc.
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View Point : A Sustainable Population: Finding the Right Balance
Date: Wed 29 Apr 2015
Venue: SAS Auditorium, SAFTI Military Institute
Speaker: Ms Ngiam Siew Ying
The talk will examine the demographic issues and challenges facing Singapore today. What is Singapore’s changing population landscape, and what are the social and economic considerations for a sustainable population and dynamic Singapore?
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Pointer Journal Vol.40 No. 4
We mark the end of 2014 with the final issue of the year, POINTER, Vol 40, No. 4. As we wind down to the end of the year, we reflect on the many and varied events which have taken place, both globally and closer back home and the impact that they have. Examples are the deaths brought about by the Ebola virus epidemic, the on-going unrest from the conflicts caused by the establishment of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (also known as the ISIS or ISIL), the annexation of Crimea, and the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine, just to name a few. All these drive home the important message that Singapore should not take its peace and security for granted but continue to strive to develop and grow to remain strong and independent. As we look forward to our 50thanniversary next year, we can celebrate how far Singapore has come and the achievements we have attained as a people. At the same time, we can also look forward and ahead to what we should change and adapt for a better future. Read more >>>