Speaking in code – This Honorary Officer taps into his programming skills to volunteer at the National Civil Defence Cadet Corps.
During the recent NS Commanders’ Dialogue Session, SCDF Marine Command’s plans to innovate and meet future challenges were revealed.
They came, they met, and they signed on the dotted line for world peace. But what went into keeping US President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un safe during their rendezvous in Singapore? Here’s some action that our Home Team officers were privy to.
A group of NSFs saw their contributions to the country recognised at the inaugural Centralised PNSF Promotion Ceremony.
To augment regular troops during national emergencies, PNSFs posted to Special Operations Command (SOC) and serving alongside their regular counterparts will transit to a PNSmen Public Order (PO) troop upon ORD. Twelve such troops will be formed over the next few years. SOC’s PNSmen will play a substantial role in safeguarding the nation, not only […]
Since the Singapore Civil Defence Force’s (SCDF) myResponder application was launched in 2015, it has changed the emergency response landscape by allowing anyone with access to the app to attend to cardiac arrest cases, and potentially save a life.
Volunteering and helping others can be a very rewarding and fulfilling experience. Not only do you contribute to society, but you also gain valuable experiences, learn new skills, and develop the ones you already have. It is also a great way to bond with your partner and family members who volunteer together with you.
Following the previous post on Exercise Northstar 10, we found out more about the multi-agency situational exercise from COL(NS) Andrew Tan, Commander, 51 Rescue Battalion.