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In his speech on the defence budget at the Committee of Supply debates on 24 Feb, Dr Ng Eng Hen outlined what the SAF has achieved, and its strategy for 2040 and beyond.
Modern training facilities will be completed in Australia and Guam by 2028 and 2029 respectively to allow for complex and realistic training on a much larger scale.
As the year draws to a close, PIONEER looks back at nine of the most significant MINDEF/SAF stories and events in 2019.
Earlier this year, the Singapore Army unveiled their newest Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) – the Hunter.
As Singapore celebrates her 54th birthday, here’s a look at how six National Day Parade (NDP) participants have contributed in their own ways to make the nation a better place.
In this year's Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Day interview, Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen outlines the SAF's plans to meet challenges ranging from shrinking manpower numbers to an increase in cyber threats and terrorism.
"This is a significant year for the mobile Column…it is the 50th year in which we will see (them) participate in the National Day Parade (NDP), starting from 1969 at the Padang… and it is a chance to showcase the capabilities of our servicemen and women, who are important for the defence of our country."
As the Singapore Armed Forces' (SAF's) Armour formation turns 50 and adds a new fighting vehicle to its fold, PIONEER takes a look at how far it has come.
It is stronger, more lethal and provides all-round protection for its soldiers.
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