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Every day, while Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) warships sail to protect Singapore's waters and safeguard its sea lines of communication, there is a force that keeps Tuas and Changi naval bases, as well as offshore installations, safe.
Maintaining critical capabilities, resuming training and beefing up resources to meet new security challenges – Defence Minister Dr Ng Eng Hen outlines plans for the SAF during and after the pandemic.
Navy men and women continue to protect Singapore during the COVID-19 outbreak. Here are snapshots of their life at sea, in base and helping the community.
The aim is to better tackle the rising threats of terrorism, cyberattacks and sea robberies.
PIONEER puts the spotlight on the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN's) Maritime Security Task Force (MSTF) and how it safeguards Singapore's waters against intrusions and security threats from the sea.
Two thousand soldiers, four Task Forces and numerous military assets deployed on land, at sea and in the air. All ready to secure Singapore for one historic meeting.
Out on the Singapore Strait, an Accompanying Sea Security Team (ASSeT) from the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) boards a merchant vessel to carry out a spot-check.
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