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What does it take to be a platoon sergeant? Here’s a peek into one of the toughest courses in the Singapore Army.
In his work, illustrator 2nd Sergeant (2SG) (NS) Lee Xin Li of Pok Pok & Away draws from personal memories and stories of his own National Service (NS) experience to juxtapose nostalgia and imagination.
Whether it's paddling for her dragon boat team, searching for good food, or scaling new peaks, Captain (CPT) Jermain Seah is always keen to expand her horizons.
PIONEER journalist Thrina Tham learns to fight terror. But first, she has to take on the Army Deployment Force's (ADF's) ballistic shield.
Take a peek at some of the items used by pilots of the Republic of Singapore Air Force's fearsome AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopters, in the second of a three-part series on military gear.
A national serviceman is not the only thing from the military in the average household. Here are some items that were invented for military use, but have since made their way into our daily lives.
They literally took the plunge to try something new. They had initially joined the First Asian Team Underwater Rugby (FAT UWR) Singapore as a way to keep themselves fit and maintain their physiques but grew to love the sport.
A special meeting with F-15SG pilot Lieutenant (LTA) Hendrik Borner, 23, and Weapons Systems Officer (WSO) LTA Felicia Yap, 27, has given Safia Nabila Binte Mohammed Shabirin, 13, and her sister Serin Narisa, 8, an idea of what they want to be when they grow up.
From special sound-suppressing rifles to camouflage suits, Koh Yu Xun, 10, learns how to look and shoot like a sniper in the Singapore Army.
Nine-year-old Sunay Mishra gets a taste of naval diving training from his "buddy" 2nd Warrant Officer (2WO) Andrew Chng, a frogman school instructor.
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