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He hated swimming and running, yet 3SG Hartley Muze is on his way to becoming the first African-Singaporean frogman in the Republic of Singapore Navy’s Naval Diving Unit. The 25-year-old is one of 1,035 specialist cadets who graduated from multiple parades held from 11 to 17 Feb 2022.
3WO Padmanabh Rai and CPT Lee Man Ying may seem like complete opposites – one works underwater as a diver, the other controls air traffic – but they're actually each other's perfect life partner.
Naval divers are known to be among the fittest of the fit in the SAF. PIONEER puts this to the test, challenging a pair of NDU buddies to complete seven Tiktok fitness challenges!
At its golden jubilee, the Naval Diving Unit (NDU) also inaugurated the Special Boat Group and 180 Squadron into the unit.
Why do naval divers shout "Hooyah"? Why are they called frogmen? How do they survive Hell Week? We take a deep dive with 1SG Gabriel Lau and CPL Piravindheva S/O Santhana Bose from the Naval Diving Unit to find out.
This special boat engineer literally keeps the naval diving unit moving.
He went through tough training that only the fittest could endure; now he continues to ensure high training standards among young naval divers.
This SAF Scholarship recipient is living out his dream as a naval diver. But it wasn't what he always imagined himself doing.
The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) conducted a series of air, surface and underwater naval drills alongside their United States Navy (USN) counterparts in Exercise Pacific Griffin 2021.
Serving NS in the Naval Diving Unit (NDU) has given CFC Byron Ong renewed appreciation of the tough work that his dad does as a naval diver.
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