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The formation marked its fifth anniversary this Total Defence Day.
For the first time in 35 years, the Total Defence logo has a fresh, new look. The designer Samantha Teng shares her inspiration and message behind the new logo which incorporates Digital Defence.
Would you reschedule your honeymoon to cover for a colleague while he went for In-Camp Training (ICT)? Ms Ulfah Khairiah Binte Aman did just that in December last year.
To enhance training safety, there will be mandatory inspections of all field training conducted by the Army, Senior Minister of State for Defence Heng Chee How said in Parliament on 1 Mar.
A volunteer soldier who died at the hands of the Japanese during World War II — his sacrifice inspired his grandson, Corporal First Class (CFC) (NS) Andrew Tay, to continue serving as a citizen soldier today.
Defending Singapore isn't just about soldiers and weapons. It's also about individuals believing that they can make a difference, helping others to grow and become stronger. Meet these Singaporeans who show how Total Defence begins with them.
2nd Sergeant (2SG) (NS) Kelvin Chong always has someone behind his back. For her support, his wife Alicia Ng was recognised as one of this year's National Service (NS) Advocate Award winners.
In a company full of Operationally Ready National Servicemen (NSmen), arranging manpower to cover another man’s job whenever he has to go for his In-Camp Training (ICT) is no easy task.
Mr Lim Jia Xiang thought his N.E.mation! days were over when he failed thrice to make it past the initial stages of the competition when he took part as a secondary school student.
Mr Chia Chew Soo was only 11 when the Japanese raided his home and killed eight of his family members.