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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 sunset ceremony is an age-old naval tradition. What is its significance, and what goes on?
Exercise Pacific Griffin is a biennial maritime exercise between the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and the United States Navy (USN) held in the waters off Guam. Here's why the exercise is significant.
In part two of PIONEER's Children Day special, Military Expert (ME) 3 Chai Chian Boon and ME3 Dalwindar give their children – 8-year-old Darren Chai, 6-year-old Danielle Chai and 4-year-old Krystal Rai-Bessy – a peek of life on board Littoral Mission Vessel RSS Indomitable.
For the first time, the prestigious SAF Scholarship – second only to the President’s Scholarship – has been awarded to a polytechnic graduate and a student from the School of the Arts (SOTA).
He used to sail the high seas. Now, he rows on dry land. Meet former naval officer CPT (NS) David Han, who opened Singapore’s first dedicated indoor rowing studio.
Fifty years ago, Brigadier-General (BG) (Ret) Colin Theseira was one of the 36 officers who participated in the inaugural Mobile Column.
The past year has been a busy yet exceptional one for the crew of Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV) RSS Independence.
How can countries cooperate to keep our waterways safe and open? Navies from 18 ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting (ADMM)-Plus nations spent two weeks working together to test their responses in a maritime security crisis.