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  1. https://mothership.sg/2020/03/police-nsf-police-car/?fbclid=IwAR1O8yo6xDz8ABFkkmlokWCxbDADRb7SX89sJCfa2Wo5N0TuPbIB1W7N-3o She can be heard laughing and saying: “So this is the ride for tonight, we’re going in a police car.” Speaking to Mothership, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said that the boy is a 19-year-old Full-time Police National Serviceman (PNSF). “The Police have arrested a 19-year-old Full-time Police National Serviceman (PNSF) for theft of a police vehicle on 19 March 2020. Preliminary investigations revealed that the PNSF, attached to the logistical support office of Protective Security Command (ProCom), had drove the police vehicle out of ProCom without authorisation. Police investigations are ongoing. Officers of the Singapore Police Force, including PNSFs, are expected to uphold the law and maintain high standards of discipline and integrity. Those who commit criminal offences will be dealt with in accordance with the law.”
  2. NS pre-enlistees to get free SAFRA gym membership in November trial Source: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/ns-pre-enlistees-free-1-year-safra-gym-membership-11966110 SINGAPORE: Future national servicemen will get a free one-year SAFRA EnergyOne (E1) gym membership to prepare for their pre-enlistee Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT) and the physical demands of National Service (NS). The Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) said on Thursday (Oct 3) it will launch this trial, named the PreEnlistees Exercise Programme for National Service (PREP4NS), with SAFRA in November. "PREP4NS aims to encourage pre-enlistees to use E1 gym facilities and improve their general fitness," MINDEF said in a news release. The membership grants access to all six SAFRA E1 gyms located in Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh and Yishun. PREP4NS members can also make use of the facilities and programmes at the E1 gyms, including the full range of fitness equipment, free group fitness classes, swimming pools as well as Jacuzzi and steam rooms. Eligible pre-enlistees must register for PREP4NS to receive the complimentary gym membership. More details on registration will be provided on the SAFRA website from November, MINDEF said. To be eligible, MINDEF said pre-enlistees must have registered for full-time NS but are yet to enlist, and have been assessed to be medically fit for NS. Those who have been given a temporary PES status will be eligible for PREP4NS once they are assessed to be medically fit for NS. For SAFRA term members, a one-year, all-day access E1 gym membership costs S$963.00. The pre-enlistee IPPT determines the duration of the basic training a recruit goes through in either the Singapore Armed Forces, Singapore Police Force or Singapore Civil Defence Force. For instance, recruits can get an eight-week reduction in their full-time NS duration by achieving 61 points or more from the three pre-enlistee IPPT stations.
  3. SINGAPORE - The authorities are searching for a full-time national serviceman (NSF) who fled from the police on Sunday morning (Jan 20) while bleeding from his left thigh. The police told The Straits Times that at around 6.10am, their officers conducted checks on two men at Block 365 Woodlands Avenue 1. TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/wounded-nsf-wanted-by-saf-flees-from-police-at-woodlands Wow what happened? Seems serious!
  4. Tom_kkh

    NS related deaths

    colleague just came back reservist today. he said very relac as all training programs were cancelled. reason??? 1 unlicensed guy drove a military vehicle, the vehicle overturned and killed one NS man on the spot. heard that the lower part of the NS body was "cut" into two by the overturned vehicle!!!! The unlicensed driver is a regular Sergent. so 2 injured 1 instant death. Y the no license Sergent was allowed to drive a military vehicle is a myth till now. wasnt reported in the newspaper or did I missed it?
  5. TL;DR: NSF(s) witnessed alleged dog abuse by warrant officer and / or LTC, films portion of abuse, hands video over to Animal Lovers League, who then uploads video online. SAF investigates, gets source from Animal Lovers League video uploader, allegedly promises no punishment for the video taker, charges NSF for taking video in green zone. Regulars not charged as SAF considers abuse not to have happened. TL;SR: (Too Long;Still bother to read) Sauce: http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/authorities-investigating-alleged-animal-abuse-pasir-ris-camp#inside Sauce for photo and second quote: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10202579205575576&set=a.10200303362400919.1073741825.1059662158&type=1 Thoughts? Personally I love dogs, though my family don't, so I can't keep them in the house. I'm angry at those who do abuse dogs, cats, or other animals. (Eating them is ok for me, I guess). The FB post is by the father of the NSF who tio SOL for doing the right thing (morally, if not by protocol). Can understand the father's annoyance (to put it mildly) when his son is punished and the regulars got away scot-free from their actions.