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This Air Force couple are in sync when it comes to balancing long overseas exercises and making time for family.
Donning masks, cohorting arrangements, isolation in camp – life has changed for the airmen and women of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) amid the COVID-19 pandemic as they continue to watch over the skies and do their part for the community.
He was a Full-time National Serviceman (NSF) himself when he saved the life of a fellow NSF. Meet SAF Medal for Distinguished Act recipient Military Expert 5 Kok Khew Fai. See where his journey in the Republic of Singapore Air Force has taken him, and hear why he did what he did that fateful day 10 years ago.
This year, the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Peace Carvin V detachment in Idaho, US, marking a decade of F-15SG training with the United States Air Force (USAF) under the 428th Fighter Squadron. We asked RSAF and USAF pilots to respond to some Google autocomplete questions.
What happens if a commercial plane has been hijacked by terrorists and is heading towards Singapore? Exercise Vigilant Shield, held on 14 Mar, tests the coordinated efforts of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF), Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) in tackling such threats from the air.
Take a peek at two outstanding projects at this year's Digital Innovation Day (held from 9 to 10 May), an event that aims to enhance the National Service experience and training safety by promoting innovation.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) has a new chief. On 22 Mar, Brigadier-General (BG) Kelvin Khong was sworn in as the new Chief of Air Force (CAF) at a Change of Command parade held at Paya Lebar Air Base.
To commemorate International Women’s Day, PIONEER takes a look at
six inspiring servicewomen who have stepped up to defend Singapore.
Colonel (COL) (NS) See Tow Pak Onn's service has been nothing less than extraordinary. He served as an Honorary Aide-de-Camp to the President from 1993 to 1996, and was the Parade Commander for the 2007 National Day Parade during his 42 years of service.
Certain military vocations require personnel to deal with not only physical stress, but also enormous mental demands. In the first of a three-part “Think Tough” series, PIONEER takes a closer look at the Weapon Systems Officer (Fighter).
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