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Meet two newly appointed Honorary Aides-de-Camp and find out more about these Singapore Army personnel who serve Singapore's highest office.
One of the reasons this Commando officer volunteered to serve as the Singapore president’s Honorary Aide-De-Camp, is to honour his late father.
Miss the bustling Orchard Road before COVID-19? Take a stroll down memory lane with the SAF military police and musicians, as they march down Orchard Road for the Changing of Guards Ceremony.
How long does it take to become fast friends?
As Singapore marks the Istana's 150th anniversary, PIONEER sits down with Major (MAJ) Muhammad Izzuddin Bin Amirruddin to find out more about what it’s like working with the President as an Honorary Aide-de-Camp or HADC.
Being an Honorary Aide-de-Camp (ADC) is not an easy task; they sacrifice their personal time outside of their day-to-day working hours to serve at events or functions that the President attends.
The Command and Staff Course (CSC) at the Goh Keng Swee Command and Staff College (GKS CSC) is tough.
Beyond the duty to defend Singapore, soldiers also bear the responsibility to help the less fortunate in the community.
When Captain (CPT) (NS) Armar Syahid Bin Abdul Razak first received the offer of becoming an Honorary Aide-de-Camp (ADC), he wasn't quite sure if he should take it up.
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