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This year's Ministry of Defence PRIDE (PRoductivity and Innovation in Daily Efforts) Day projects brought about cost savings of more than $197 million while improving operations and productivity. We take a look at two award-winning projects and how they helped to save manpower, time and money.
Aysha Raihanna Binte Abdul Razak, 9, takes on a late-night route march, walking hand-in-hand with the graduating female recruits of Scorpion Company.
Ethan, 8, and his sister Emily, 12, the children of Military Expert (ME) 2 Oliver Nunis, find out what he does as a rapid runway repair instructor.
Catch the action as the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and United States (US) Navy spent two weeks in the waters off Guam for Exercise Pacific Griffin.
Meet the first batch of NSFs trained on the Navy's ScanEagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), in the last of our series on lesser-known National Service (NS) vocations.
His passion for figurines doesn't just stop at collecting them. It's led 3rd Sergeant (3SG) (NS) Caleb Lin to create his own line of Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) miniatures.
Can journalist Benita Teo survive the heat at the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Explosives (CBRE) familiarisation training in 39th Battalion, Singapore Combat Engineers (39 SCE)?
As Singapore gears up towards being more environmentally conscious, check out how the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) have been doing their part.
Ryan Tay, 10, follows in the footsteps of his father, Military Expert (ME) 3 Terence Tay, as he learns the ropes of life on a frigate with the Republic of Singapore Navy's 185 Squadron.
Behind every fighter pilot is an instructor who taught him or her. That's the job Major (MAJ) Wang Kee Yong executes with passion.
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