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The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) led eight ships from seven nations at one of the world's largest maritime exercise.
Naval officer Captain (CPT) Jalyn Soh, 28, shares her thoughts on sailing 67 days straight for an overseas deployment during the COVID-19 pandemic, and why she sees herself as a warrior in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).
What is it like to sail nonstop for 67 straight days? Find out how the crew of RSS Supreme spent their time on board their home away from home, in one of the Singapore navy's first overseas exercises since the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s the largest international maritime exercise, bringing together navies from all over the world to cooperate in complex missions. The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) takes on a bigger role in this year’s Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise, which was held entirely at sea due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maintaining critical capabilities, resuming training and beefing up resources to meet new security challenges – Defence Minister Dr Ng Eng Hen outlines plans for the SAF during and after the pandemic.
When it comes to overseas training, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has marched, sailed and flown all over the globe.
She may have started a little later than most in her skating hobby and naval career, but that didn’t stop Captain (CPT) Cheryl Leong from chasing her dreams.
PIONEER takes you on board frigate RSS Tenacious as it participates in the world's largest international maritime exercise.
Out in the Pacific Ocean on 19 Jul, a suspicious vessel is spotted over the horizon.
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