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  1. #2101

    Default Singapore Navy Open House 2013


  2. #2102
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    Raptor, thanks for the photos from IMDEX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcaldemb View Post
    Raptor, thanks for the photos from IMDEX.
    You're welcome.


    RSS Valiant by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSS Valiant (91) commissioned 1991 by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSS Punggol by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Oto Melara 76 mm gun by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Fearless class patrol vessels by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSN's submarine rescue and support vessel, MV Swift Rescue by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Untitled by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Untitled by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Singapore Navy Naval Diver (NDU) by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Littoral Mission Vessel (LMV) by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Untitled by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Warships of the Singapore Navy by BQ-T, on Flickr

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    Company Marksmen are elite sharpshooters within Infantry and Guards Battalions. Equipped with the new semi-automatic M110 rifle which fires the 7.62mm round, the Company Marksmen provides enhanced lethality for Our Army.

    [Photo contributed by 9 Div/Inf]

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    Default Ex. Chandrapura 2013: Strengthening Friendships, Making Warriors

    [*******#333333][FONT=lucida grande][SIZE=4]Ex. Chandrapura 2013: Strengthening Friendships, Making Warriors[/SIZE] [/FONT][/COLOR]
    [*******#333333][FONT=lucida grande]The 20th in its series, Exercise Chandrapura (XC) is a bilateral exercise that allows SAF's Commandos and Indonesia's Komando Pasukan Khusus (KOPASSUS) to train together and share knowledge on Special Forces Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Held in Batujajar, Indonesia earlier this month, XC saw men from both sides come together as friends and soldiers.

    [Photos contributed by CPL Darren How][/FONT][/COLOR]

































  6. #2106

    Default Singapore Navy Open House 2013


    RSS Swordsman Panorama by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSS Bedok HiRes by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSS Endurance by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Malaysian frigate KD Lekiu frigate by BQ-T, on Flickr


    DSC_3535 by BQ-T, on Flickr


    Indian Sailor by BQ-T, on Flickr


    RSS Endurance Panorama by BQ-T, on Flickr

  7. #2107
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    Singapore is remarkably well-armed.

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    Default Army Leadership Group displays their Shooting Skills

    [SIZE=4]Army Leadership Group displays their Shooting Skills[/SIZE]

    Shooting is an important soldiering fundamental in Our Army & all our soldiers have to take an annual marksmanship test to ensure that their shooting skills are kept current. This is no different for Our Army's leadership. Last week, the Army Leadership Group (ALG), led by Chief of Army (COA), MG Ravinder Singh and Sergeant Major of the Army (SMA), CWO Tang Peck Oon, participated in the Annual Currency Shoot at Nee Soon Range. The participants had to engage a range of targets from 100m in different shooting positions.











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    Any hi-res photos of the Terrex or the ACMS?

    Planning to upload them into Wikimedia commons. I just need someone to post that they'll agree to release it under Creative Comons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 license and a link that the editors can use to check.

    Example of this is that someone has linked the image to a forum gallery for reference.

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    Default Helming the Elite: The Chief Commando Officer COC Ceremony

    [SIZE=3]For Honour and Glory! The Chief Commando Officer Change of Command Ceremony[/SIZE]

    In front of his family, friends and fellow soldiers, COL Chiang Hock Woon bid farewell to the Commando Formation as their Chief Commando Officer (Ccdo) and Commander, Special Operations Task Force (SOTF). He is succeeded by former Commander of Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC), COL Simon Lim at Hendon Camp; Chief-of-Army (COA), MG Ravinder Singh as witnessing officer.

    COL Chiang took the helm of the Commando formation in 2011 and it was a tearful farewell as he handed the post over to COL Lim, In his farewell speech, COL Chiang thanked the men and women of the Commando Formation for their unwavering support, friendship and commitment that has “ensured that the formation is forever strong”. Reflecting on his tenure as Chief Commando Officer /Commander SOTF, he said that he would miss most would be the people, the place and the way of life in Hendon Camp.
















    COL Chiang (left) and handing command over to COL Simon Lim.

    COA, MG Ravinder Singh, presents the letter of appointment to COL Simon Lim.

    COL Simon Lim being sworn in as the new Chief Commando Officer





    Chief of Defence Force, LG Ng Chee Meng congratulating COL Simon Lim on his appointment as the new Chief Commando Officer.

    COL Chiang (in grey helmet) performing a free-fall jump.

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    Default 12th Basic Military Training (Vocational) Graduating Ceremony

    [SIZE=3]12th Basic Military Training (Vocational) Graduating Ceremony [/SIZE]

    The 12th Basic Military Training (Vocational) [BMT(V)] Graduation Ceremony was held on the evening of 11 July at Sembawang Camp. The Reviewing Officer for the event was Commander CSSCOM, BG Tan Peng Kuan, while the Parade Commander was 1WO Selvaraj; Parents and loved ones of the Recruits were also invited. The [BMT(V)] trains recruits in various vocations such as Technicians, Transport Operators, Service Medics and Admin Support Assistants. They are initially trained at the Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC) for four weeks before being sent to their respective vocational schools for the next five weeks.
















































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    Default Forging Onwards with 486 SAR!

    [SIZE=4]Forging Onwards with 486 SAR! [/SIZE]




















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    Exercise Matilda 2013 - joint Australia and Singapore exercise.

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