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Beyond the Horizon: Forging the Future RSAF (2016)
RSAF Through 50 Years
of Nation-Building
The RSAF Journey -
Voices from the Past,
Present and Future
(March 2013)
The Information
Fusion Centre:
Challenges And
Perspectives (April
SAF Professional
Reading Programme
(Dec 2009)
On Command (Nov 2009)
On Staff Work (Aug
The SAF SARS Diaries
(May 2004)
SAF Professional
Reading Programme
(Dec 2003)
Land Defence Asia
SAF Professional
Reading List (Dec
SAF Professional Reading Programme (Dec 2009)

In the typical career span of an SAF officer, warrant officer and military expert, no more than three years in total is spent on formal military education. During these relatively short stints spread across 30-40 years of service, much of that time is spent in training, and many of the courses that our servicemen and women undergo are aimed at equipping them with the knowledge and skills for their next level of expected tasks. Much less formal curriculum time is dedicated to developing our intellectual capacity and professional education. As military leaders, we must take responsibility for our own professional development. After all, a leader is what we are and must continue to excel in – regardless of the specific function of command, staff or instruction that we do.
Last updated on 07 Jul 2015
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