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Being the older sibling often means having to set an example and paving the way for the younger ones to follow. For most people, it’s the usual things like doing well in school, nailing that first job or getting your driving license on the first try.
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.
"Tough times don't last, tough men do. These tough times we are going through is not something that any individual or company can overcome alone."
Naval diver and SAFSA swimmer 2nd Warrant Officer (2WO) Sia Yew Boon is 45, but he shows no sign of slowing down.
After losing two of his naval diver batch mates to cancer, 2LT (NS) Rohan Mathew Thomas wants to raise funds for young adults battling the disease by challenging himself to a 6,400km relay run across the US in 49 days.
These three elderly men have a combined age of more than 200 years. Looking at their weathered faces, you’d never think that they were once the underwater heroes of post-independence Singapore.
Navy@Vivo is back! What's new this year and what are some of the highlights? Catch the must-sees of this event which includes a tour of frigate RSS Supreme, a glimpse into the training of elite naval divers and more!
3rd Sergeant (3SG) Tan Jia Le’s Specialist Cadet Course was not like the usual.
Defending Singapore isn't just about soldiers and weapons. It's also about individuals believing that they can make a difference, helping others to grow and become stronger. Meet these Singaporeans who show how Total Defence begins with them.
PIONEER journalist Teo Jing Ting finds out if she has what it takes to be a naval diver.