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The SAF celebrates its birthday and commemorates NS55 with combined rededication ceremonies in the morning and the resumption of a full-scale parade in the evening.
Defence minister Dr Ng Eng Hen outlines plans for the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) to stay vigilant against heightened security threats, in his annual SAF Day interview on 30 Jun.
Meet LTC Roger Cheong and MWO Eng Yew Kiang, the two elite soldiers who are leading this year’s SAF Day Parade. One is a naval diver while the other is from the Commando Formation.
In his annual SAF Day interview, Defence Minister Dr Ng Eng Hen talks about aligning with the national COVID-19 stance, how ops and training will continue and the focus for the SAF moving forward.
2WO Hong Wei Quan, Consecration Regimental Sergeant Major for this year's SAF Day, answers all your questions about military Colours and the Consecration of Colours ceremony.
LTC Teo Wei Che has served as an Imagery Analyst in Afghanistan as well as in the SAF's Joint Intelligence Department. He is now the commander of a C4I battalion and also this year's SAF Day Parade Commander.
For the first time, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) held a virtual ceremony this morning to commemorate SAF Day.
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.
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.
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.
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