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LG Melvyn Ong, Chief of Defence Force, shares how the SAF kept its operations running while contributing to whole-of-government efforts to contain COVID-19.
When COVID-19 was spreading in migrant worker dormitories across Singapore in 2020, local firm Eastern Navigation stepped up and provided two vessels at short notice to help house the migrant workers.
More than a fighting force, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) is ready to respond when a crisis hits Singapore. Here’s a look back at 5 operations where SAF personnel helped to save lives.
Newly-minted Senior Military Expert 4 Ng Hui Ling is serving in the Navy with her two younger sisters.
More than 450 Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) personnel have been roped in to help man hotlines as home recovery buddies for patients recovering from COVID-19 at home.
When COVID-19 broke out in Singapore's migrant worker dormitories last year, the Defence Technology Community was tasked to help contain the outbreak.
It's the SAF's first integrated exercise since the COVID-19 pandemic, and land and air forces came together seamlessly to put their interoperability to the test.
Medics from the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) have been putting their medical training to good use by assisting with home vaccination efforts targeted at the elderly and homebound individuals.
NSmen from 488 SAR continue to train amid COVID-19 effectively and safely.
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has shown that it places strong emphasis on reinforcing safety at every level.
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