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It was always her dream to join the public service.
Whenever her husband goes for his In-Camp Training, Ms Kym Lee has to reschedule her time and make arrangements to pick her two children up from school, ferry them to various enrichment classes and even coach them on their homework.
In the lead-up to Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Day on 1 Jul, more than 70,000 children will fold figurines and pen messages to thank their fathers for defending the nation.
What does "Singapura" mean to you? This was the theme of this year's ciNE65 filmmaking competition.
International navy partners can now easily access maritime security information hosted by the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN's) Information Fusion Centre (IFC) from their smartphones.
The Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) is arming itself with new assets and technologies to take Singapore into the next phase of defence
Since the start of this year, the Republic of Air Force (RSAF) has been testing the use of drones to check for runway damage – a task that is currently done through visual inspections by ground crew.
Becoming an officer in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) was what 2nd Lieutenant (2LT) Lucas Lim had in mind when he enlisted for National Service (NS) in October 2016.
He was among the first in the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) to see the F-15SG in its natural skin and train on the aircraft.
It's the first in Singapore to be able to fire two different kinds of state-of-the-art missiles, and it can take down both enemy aircraft and munitions. And now it's ready for battle.