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Title:Ministry of Defence, Singapore - Home
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Chief of Army MG Perry Lim will take over from LG Ng Chee Meng as Chief of Defence Force on 18 Aug. BG Melvyn Ong will assume the appointment of Chief of Army on 14 Aug.
The RSAF Black Knights are all set to thrill with new moves in 25-minute aerial displays performed over the weekend from 7 to 9 Aug '15.
Upon completion of their tertiary education, the scholars will return to SAF/MINDEF and be groomed for senior command and leadership positions.
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06 Aug 2015, 1115 hours (GMT +8)
MINDEF and SAF Mark 50 Years of Independence and SAF50
03 Aug 2015, 1900 hours (GMT +8)
RSAF Black Knights Ready to Wow with New Aerial Manoeuvres Over Jubilee Weekend
31 Jul 2015, 1615 hours (GMT +8)
Change in Chief of Defence Force and Chief of Army
Major-General (MG) Perry Lim Cheng Yeow, Chief of Army, will take over from Lieutenant-General (LG) Ng Chee Meng as Chief of Defence Force on 18 August 2015. Brigadier-General (BG) Melvyn Ong Su Kiat, Chief Guards Officer, will assume the appointment of Chief of Army on 14 August 2015. These changes are part of the continuing process of leadership renewal in the Singapore Armed Forces ...
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04 Jul 2015, 1300 hours (GMT +8)
MINDEF Forum Letter on NS Deferment for Exceptional Talents
NS Deferment for Exceptional Talents
We refer to the recent reports on deferment for our national sportsmen with...
19 Jun 2015, 1000 hours (GMT +8)
Response to The Straits Times' Article "SAF shelves boot camp plans for IPPT defaulters"
Remedial Sessions and ICTPT to Continue
The Straits Times' article SAF shelves boot camp plans for IPPT defaulters...
27 Apr 2015, 1000 hours (GMT +8)
Reply to ST Forum Letter "Shore Up SAF Medics"
SAF Medics are Well-Trained for Operational Situations
We thank Dr Leong Choon Kit for his feedback and support for...
18 Feb 2015, 1000 hours (GMT +8)
Reply to Lianhe Zaobao's Forum Letter on SAF Uniform on Advertisement
Soldiers in TV Advertisement are Actors
We refer to the letter 鍐涗汉鍙惁鎵撳箍鍛 by Mr Chen Qi Liang translated which was...
27 Dec 2014, 0800 hours (GMT +8)
Response to ST Forum Letter on "Hard for NSFs to know what an 'illegal order' is"
NSFs have avenues to raise concerns
We thank Mr Sim Ghee Hau for his forum letter Hard for NSFs to know what an...
03 Nov 2014, 2200 hours (GMT +8)
Response to ST Forum Letter on "Review No-charger Rule For NS Recruits"
Overloading sockets with chargers a potential fire hazard in BMTC
We thank Mr Lee Yong Se for his feedback on the...
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04 Aug 2015, 0930 hours (GMT +8)
MINDEF PRIDE Day/Exhibition is an annual event to exhibit and celebrate MINDEF/SAF's commitment and achievements in PRIDE (PRoductivity and Innovation in Daily Efforts). The exhibition will be held from 2 to 4 Sep 2015 at the Singapore University of Technology amp; Design from 9am to 5pm.
07 Aug 2015, 1000 hours (GMT +8)
SAF Military Exercises
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) will conduct military exercises in Seletar, Marsiling, Jalan Bahar, Neo Tiew, Lim Chu Kang, Jalan Kwok Min, Tuas, Upper Jurong, Hong Kah, Ama Keng, Bedok Jetty, Kranji, Lentor, Simpang, Sembawang, Mandai from 08:00am on Mon, 10 Aug 2015 to 08:00am on Mon, 17 Aug 2015.
31 Jul 2015, 1400 hours (GMT +8)
SAF Military Exercises
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) will conduct military exercises in Seletar, Marsiling, Jalan Bahar, Neo Tiew, Lim Chu Kang, Jalan Kwok Min, Tuas, Upper Jurong, Hong Kah, Ama Keng, Bedok Jetty, Kranji, Lentor, Simpang, Sembawang, Mandai from 08:00am on Mon, 3 Aug 2015 to 08:00am on Mon, 10 Aug 2015.
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Key Topics
Defence Policy DiplomacySingapore's defence policy is fundamentally based on the twin pillars of deterrence and diplomacy.
Defence SpendingInvesting wisely and prudently to build up a strong and capable defence force.
Strengthen NSStrengthening NS as the critical institution for Singapore鈥檚 continued survival and success.
Total DefenceTotal Defence involves every Singaporean playing a part to build a strong, secure and cohesive nation.
3rd Generation SAFThe 3rd Generation SAF is a strong and integrated force that operates across a full spectrum of operations.
OVERSEAS OPERATIONSThe SAF contributes towards multinational humanitarian amp; security support operations.
Defence ProcurementMaintaining a robust and comprehensive procurement process to adhere to the most rigorous standards.
System of AuditsEnsuring a robust system of internal amp; external audits for accountability and transparency.
Anti-Corruption PolicyMINDEF and SAF adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards bribery and corruption.
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06 Aug 2015, 1130 hours (GMT +8)
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MINDEF, SAF launch time capsule to mark SG50 SAF50
The Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) marked Singapore's 50th birthday and SAF50 with the commissioning of a memorabilia-packed time capsule on 6 Aug.
The first time capsule to be commissioned in MINDEF, the 40cm by 150cm cylindrical stainless steel container will preserve special moments for future generation.
The time capsule contained about 800 items contributed by MINDEF personnel.
Notable items included the SAF50 commemorative book, SG50 and SAF50 memorabilia, and photographs of MINDEF's present surroundings. It also contained notes addressed to future MINDEF office holders by their present counterparts.
Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen sealed the time capsule at the National Day Observance Ceremony held at MINDEF. He was joined by Minister of State for Defence Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman, together with senior MINDEF and SAF officers.
The time capsule will be displayed at the exhibition area on level one of the MINDEF building. It will be opened in August 2065 when Singapore turns 100.
Deputy Secretary (Administration) Han Neng Hsiu said the time capsule reflects MINDEF/SAF's confidence in Singapore.
We selected meaningful items that would enable future generations of MINDEF/SAF personnel to better appreciate the achievements in the first 50 years and the progress that will be made in the next 50 years.
At the ceremony, Dr Ng led about 2,500 personnel, including Service Chiefs and senior officials, to recite the pledge and sing the national anthem.
All SAF units, including overseas training detachments, will also be holding observance ceremonies to celebrate National Day.
06 Aug 2015, 1000 hours (GMT +8)
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Jubilant Knights
Hear the thunderous jet screams of the Black Knights at the Marina Bay area when they perform daring aerial stunts over the Jubilee weekend of 7 to 9 Aug.
Singapore's very own - and only - aerobatics team is set to give the nation a special salute on its 50th birthday. For three days at noon, the Black Knights' state-liveried F-16 fighter aircraft will perform aerial displays lasting about 25 minutes over the Marina Bay area.
We have devised new manoeuvres to entice the crowd (and) the area is easily accessible; it's a very good place for everyone to come and see us, said Colonel (COL) Nalpon Patrick Selvan, Chairman of the Black Knights Flying Display Committee.
For the pilots, aerobatic flying puts a strain on both mind and body. The level of stress, focus and mental fatigue is tremendous, said Major (MAJ) Chang Haw Ning, 35.
The team started putting together the show in October last year, with two new members - MAJ Derek Chan and MAJ Kevin Lim, both 37. Experienced pilots, they each have clocked more than 3,000 flying hours.
Describing what he sees when he is in the air, MAJ Chan said: The engine nozzle is directly above my aircraft nose. Sometimes I can even make out the screws and rivets on the other aircraft; that's how close we are. There's almost no margin for error.
So it's all about building trust in the pilots flying next to you.
In the skies, the Black Knights fly as a team, and it is not about individual showmanship. It's not about how good I am, but how well the entire team performs for the entire show, said MAJ Lim.
We hope that the audience watching us can share the same feeling of pride we have, being part of the Black Knights.
05 Aug 2015, 1100 hours (GMT +8)
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Majulah Singapura!
What better way to celebrate Singapore鈥檚 Golden Jubilee than by throwing the party of the century? PIONEER brings you highlights of the extravaganza that is this year鈥檚 National Day Parade (NDP).
Come 9 Aug, Singaporeans will be treated to an NDP 2015 of grand proportions, featuring many firsts and old favourites. And unprecedented numbers will be able to take part in the celebration.
Majulah Singapura or Onwards Singapore - composed by Zubir Said in 1958 and adopted as our national anthem in 1959 - is an apt theme for this year鈥檚 NDP which calls upon Singaporeans to reflect on their achievements over the past 50 years and work together towards a brighter future.
As we celebrate our Golden Jubilee, our team realised that Singapore's progress today stands on the shoulders of those who have come before us, said Brigadier-General (BG) Melvyn Ong, Chairman of NDP 2015 Executive Committee, when he shared the inspiration behind the theme. Fifty years on, meeting tomorrow's challenges will require the same vision, hard work, and persistence of those men and women who acted so boldly decades ago.
03 Aug 2015, 2030 hours (GMT +8)
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Black Knights all set for Golden Jubilee shows
Despite stormy skies, the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) Black Knights still came out in full force to rehearse over the waters off Marina South on 3 Aug.
Watching them from the Marina Barrage were Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen, past Black Knights pilots and family members of past and present Black Knights.
Speaking to the media after watching the performance, Dr Ng said: What we see them do is obviously entertaining, but as you can imagine, flying at these speeds and at each other while twirling and whirling in the air calls for a lot of practice.
Singaporeans who see these performances will be very wowed by the awesome display of precision flying鈥 It's going to be a good show.
There are two new manoeuvres in the special 25-minute show: the Double Heart and Dedication Pass. The first will see four Black Knights flying a diamond formation before pulling up and splitting to create two hearts with their smoke trails.
In the Dedication Pass manoeuvre, four Black Knights will fly across the crowd in a diamond formation while the other two spiral around their smoke trails.
Explaining the move, Colonel (COL) Nalpon Patrick Selvan said: The four in a diamond (formation) symbolise Singapore and the two aircraft twirling around them symbolise the legacy of what our forefathers have built. Together, they look ahead to what we can accomplish in the future. COL Nalpon is the chairman of the Black Knights flying display committee.
The team took about six months to perfect the show, said COL Nalpon. Flying 22 manoeuvres in 25 minutes is a difficult thing to do, and the pilots have spent more than 200 hours each practising for the show.
The RSAF Black Knights are one of the rare teams flying combat-ready aircraft, instead of purpose-built aerobatic aircraft.
Apart from modifications which allow the aircraft to emit the smoke trails, the Black Knights F-16s we use are operational aircraft and are also used for training, said COL Nalpon.
In a way, the progress of the Black Knights mirrors the evolution of the RSAF and Singapore, said Brigadier-General (BG) (Retired) Michael Teo. Back then, all we had was the sense that we had to form a team and learnt as we went along.
There was no such thing as YouTube where we could watch other teams!
Added the 68-year-old who was a Black Knight flying the Hawker Hunter in 1975: Today it's no longer about the basics of capability - whether we even have the ability to perform - but rather what we want to showcase and how best to do it.
For the current Black Knights team, their focus is on acing the show over the Jubilee weekend of 7 to 9 Aug. I wouldn鈥檛 call what I do a sacrifice, the team is honoured and thrilled to be a part of this, said Major (MAJ) Derek Chan, one of the six Black Knights pilots.
Said ground crew member and Full-time National Serviceman 3rd Sergeant (3SG) Koh Tiang Lip: There's pride serving on the Black Knights team. He is an Assistant Dedicated Crew Chief working on the state-liveried F-16 aircraft.
We've created friendships and memories together, so that鈥檚 something I will always remember of my NS experience.
The Black Knights will be taking part in the National Day Parade on the evening of 9 Aug, as well as at 12 noon daily from 7 to 9 Aug. Members of the public can watch the aerial displays from vantage points dotting the Marina South area.
The event was also attended by Minister for Transport and 2nd Minister for Defence Lui Tuck Yew, Minister of State for Defence Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman, Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant-General Ng Chee Meng, Chief of Air Force Major-General Hoo Cher Mou, members of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Defence and Foreign Affairs and the Advisory Council on Community Relations in Defence.
29 Jul 2015, 2315 hours (GMT +8)
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43 receive defence scholarships
Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen presented defence scholarships to 43 recipients at a ceremony held at the Istana on 29 Jul. These were: the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Scholarship, presented to 10 recipients; SAF Merit Scholarship, presented to 20 recipients; and Defence Merit Scholarship, presented to 13 recipients.
In his speech, Dr Ng spoke of the challenging careers that the scholars would have ahead of them, saying: This is not a routine desk-job career that you have signed up for. An SAF career will stretch you and test you.
But if they overcame the challenges, the scholars would have a meaningful career and make a large impact on society. He said: I do not think this wide impact of SAF scholars on society at large is a matter of coincidence, because the military is inherently an ideal ground to test and groom leaders.
Dr Ng urged the scholars to win the respect of the men and women you lead, before they will charge for you. Effete or uncaring leadership is quickly shown up.
He added: Those who have gone on this path before you have blazed a trail and set high standards that you must now aspire to鈥f each generation shows the same unwavering determination to take up the duty of defending Singapore, I am confident that we will be able to confront uncertainties with courage and resilience, and emerge stronger as a nation.
Introduced in 1971, the prestigious SAF Scholarship, formerly known as SAF Overseas Scholarship, is second only to the President's Scholarship.
Recipient of the SAF Scholarship, Army Officer Cadet (OCT) Jeremiah Choo Yih Shin, is excited about the opportunities that the scholarship will offer him. He said: I feel that taking up a leadership position in the SAF comes with a lot of responsibility, but it will really empower me to make a difference to the lives of people, especially National Servicemen.
OCT Goh Si Ying, SAF Merit Scholarship (Women) recipient who is training to be a Ground Based Air Defence officer in the Republic of Air Force, also looks forward to effecting change. I would be able to inspire the men I lead, she said. I really wish the day will come when someone walks up to me and tells me, 'I've made it so far because of you.'鈥aking a difference in the lives of my men is something that I aspire to do.
Fellow SAF Merit Scholarship (Combat) recipient Second Lieutenant (2LT) Surya Padmanabha Bhat, a Naval Officer, feels that taking up the scholarship will allow him to grow and mature as an individual and as a leader. He said the scholarship offered him a chance and the means to further his growth as a young adult: Firstly, by allowing me to gain exposure in an overseas university, where the experience and demands will temper me, and secondly, by allowing me to take up greater responsibilities and affect more meaningful improvements for my charges.
For Defence Merit Scholar Tay Jing Yi, she found that the core values of the SAF were aligned with hers, hence taking up the scholarship was a natural choice. She said: I believe that, if I were to take up a scholarship, there has to be meaning in it, and I must agree with what the organisation is doing; (which) I completely do when it comes to the Defence Merit Scholarship.
28 Jul 2015, 2300 hours (GMT +8)
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Ready to meet new challenges as Senior Military Experts
Starting out at the lowest level in the military, Ignatius Wang, 25, rose to become Director of Music of the SAF Ceremonial Band, and is one of the youngest band directors in the history of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).
For someone who was dealt a poor hand - he grew up in a single-parent family with no means to give him an education in music - he has done extremely well.
In 2012, Military Expert 4 (ME4) Wang, a tourism diploma holder, received an SAF scholarship to study music at the famed Royal Marines School of Music in the United Kingdom.
His course mates were accomplished musicians and degree holders in their late 30s. But he held his own, and became the first foreigner to obtain a music degree from the institute, graduating with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Music in Professional Music Studies.
It was a big eye-opener, and a fantastic opportunity to study. But at the same time, it was stressful because I was not just representing the SAF, but the country as well, recalled ME4 Wang, who now leads about 30 musicians in the Band.
ME4 Wang was among the 125 SAF personnel - 15 from the Army, 24 from the Navy, 72 from the Air Force, and 14 from Joint - who were appointed as Senior Military Experts in a ceremony at SAFTI Military Institute on 28 Jul.
This was the largest graduating cohort since the first appointment ceremony in 2011.
The ceremony marked the completion of the Military Domain Experts Course (MDEC) which trains military experts in areas such as engineering, nursing, intelligence and military music.
ME4 Wang has performed in several high-profile events this year, such as the opening of the SEA Games, and the SAF Day Parade. He will also be performing in the upcoming National Day Parade.
On his role as a military musician, ME4 Wang said: The SAF has seen the importance of garnering support (for) National Service and the Armed Forces. The Band can be an important bridge between the military and the people.
In his speech, Minister of State for Defence Dr Maliki Bin Osman highlighted the importance of the deep expertise of military experts in readying the SAF to tackle security threats.
For instance, to overcome an impending manpower crunch the SAF is facing due to a declining birth rate, the Navy's military experts designed the new Littoral Mission Vessel such that it can be operated by a lean crew of only 23. Similar ships in other navies require twice the number of crew.
Dr Maliki urged the graduands to never stop learning, to continue to innovate and adapt for your missions.
Continuous learning
ME4 Pang Kee Hwee, 42, who received the Sword of Honour for topping the cohort, is one such serviceman.
He joined the Air Force as a senior technician in 1993 after obtaining his diploma. Little did he know that his career would lead him to don the ME4 rank - the equivalent of a newly-commissioned officer.
Such a career path did not exist then. Nevertheless he gave his best, and studied part-time to obtain an advanced diploma, and later a degree, juggling his studies with his day job.
When I joined as a senior technician, I (knew) I would never be an officer, he recalled. But after the conversion to the Military Domain Expert Scheme, it actually gave me the opportunity to go (on) to (become) a senior military expert.
Now a Command Chief of 805 Squadron (SQN), he leads about 250 engineers to maintain the F-16 fighter jets, and G-550 Airborne Early Warning aircraft.
Being a senior military expert comes with greater responsibility, and I am looking forward to the challenges, he said.
Different path
ME4 David Mohan S/O Arumugan, 47, took a slightly different path, honing his skills through military and leadership courses in the SAF.
He joined the Navy with N-levels, but his combat abilities were top-notch, allowing him to rise through the ranks and take on higher appointments - from a gunner to a weapon system operator, then from a coxswain of a ship to a coxswain of a squadron today.
Going through a professional military course like the MDEC, he said, had allowed him to gain a better understanding of how his counterparts in the Army and Air Force work.
The knowledge will be useful when he assumes a bigger management role as a senior military expert in the future.
We might not be aware of how the three Services come together. Coming to this type of course, we could share and discuss some of (our own) doctrines at a deeper level, he said.
The newly-appointed Senior Military Experts will move on to assume command or staff appointments in their professional areas in the SAF.
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