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Medics from the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) have been putting their medical training to good use by assisting with home vaccination efforts targeted at the elderly and homebound individuals.
NSmen from 488 SAR continue to train amid COVID-19 effectively and safely.
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has made notable progress in reinforcing safety as a priority at every level.
This Singapore Armed Day (SAF) Day, 255 Operationally Ready National Servicemen (NSmen) from 110 companies came together to reaffirm their commitment to the nation’s defence at the University Cultural Centre (UCC), as part of the SAF Day Combined Rededication Ceremonies held in four locations across the island.
Having been with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) for 22 years, Senior Lieutenant Colonel (SLTC) Fairoz Bin Hassan is no stranger to military training and exercises.
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.
They literally took the plunge to try something new. They had initially joined the First Asian Team Underwater Rugby (FAT UWR) Singapore as a way to keep themselves fit and maintain their physiques but grew to love the sport.
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