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In commemoration of the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN's) 54th birthday on 5 May, here's a look back at a few "firsts" you may not have known.
The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) is adding a new flotilla with a range of vessels to respond more swiftly and appropriately to expanding maritime incidents.
In the first of PIONEER’s “From Desk to Field” series, Major (MAJ) Lee Jia Pei shares why she ditched her job in the auditing industry to join the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN).
Corporal First Class (CFC) (NS) Gary Tan is not afraid to admit that he stood frozen with fear at the top of the 5m diving tower for more than an hour back in Basic Military Training (BMT).
In commemoration of the Republic of Singapore's Navy (RSN)'s 53rd birthday on 5 May, here's a list of facts that you might not know about the defenders of our waters.
The aim is to better tackle the rising threats of terrorism, cyberattacks and sea robberies.
Why is Chief of Navy Rear-Admiral Lew Chuen Hong flashing a vulcan salute? Find out in PIONEER's #AskMeAnything interview with the man at the helm of the Republic of Singapore Navy.
The past year has been a busy yet exceptional one for the crew of Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV) RSS Independence.
Over the past two weeks, 19 ships and 10 aircraft from the 18 ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting (ADMM)-Plus nations worked together on a series of exercises to enhance their cooperation in the event of a transnational maritime security threat.
What happens if criminal activity is discovered at sea? How can the surrounding nations work together to track down the suspicious vessels and stop the perpetrators?
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