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The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) is implementing strict measures to ensure recruits' safety and well-being before returning to training at Pulau Tekong.
Stricter safe distancing measures, more courses conducted online and a shortened direct enlistment process - these are part of measures implemented at the Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC) to minimise the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
3rd Sergeant (3SG) Muhammad Noorhakim Bin Rozilan shares his journey of going through Basic Military Training (BMT) (twice!) to be fighting fit.
It’s like the first school term when you meet new friends, learn new skills and get used to the demands of your teachers (read: sergeants). We share eight tips to help you during Basic Military Training (BMT).
What to bring for enlistment day? Is BMT 7 days a week? Is there WIFI in Tekong? Master Warrant Officer Thanimalai s/o Sockalingam, School Sergeant Major of Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC) School 2, answers some of the most-Googled questions about enlistment and BMT.
They're here to welcome you to the first day of the rest of your life (in National Service or NS).
Basic Military Training, or BMT, is an initiation to the military for new recruits – you stay together in bunk, learn basic soldiering skills and adjust to the regimentation of a strict military lifestyle.
PIONEER journalist Thrina Tham joins recruits at Basic Military Training to find out if she’s fit to handle her “husband” – the SAR 21.
She was the longest-serving woman in the Signal formation and has now joined Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC) to make an impact as its oldest female commander.
Rugby player and Southeast Asian (SEA) Games medallist LTA (NS) Jonathan Wong Hong Jia opens up about his transition from life in Papua New Guinea to Singapore.