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Newly minted specialists 3SG Sonam Gill and 3SG Lee Jae Won look forward to leading their soldiers.
He defeated a childhood illness and became the first in his family to serve NS. Today, he is a Regular in the RSAF and Golden Bayonet recipient.
He hated swimming and running, yet 3SG Hartley Muze is on his way to becoming the first African-Singaporean frogman in the Republic of Singapore Navy’s Naval Diving Unit. The 25-year-old is one of 1,035 specialist cadets who graduated from multiple parades held from 11 to 17 Feb 2022.
From overweight recruit to Golden Bayonet recipient and Military Police (MP) specialist, 3SG Muhammad Syukri Bin Sutresno shares his NS journey and why he intends to sign on.
Golden Bayonet recipient Specialist Cadet (SCT) Michael Lee may be more comfortable making music than shouting commands, but he’s learnt to come out of his shell and take charge when the situation calls for it.
Being the first in their family to enlist for National Service (NS), these two brothers (who make up two-thirds of a triplet trio!) are immensely proud of being able to serve the nation.
Going out with her family when she was young, 3rd Sergeant (3SG) Catherine Toh often heard others calling out to her father with a “Encik” or “Warrant Toh” greeting.
If a Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) attack happens, 3rd Sergeant (3SG) Rammdarshan S/O Ramesh will be ready to swing into action.
An ambulance arrived at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, ferrying an unconscious man who had suffered a heart attack. His condition was critical: he had stopped breathing.
Being the first in the family to enter command school is always a proud moment. For 3rd Sergeant (3SG) Mohamed Iqbal Bin Abdul Hamid, this accomplishment was made even more significant as he was the first of six boys to do so.
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