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NSF BEFRIENDED 14 YEAR-OLD GIRL ON FACEBOOK TO HAVE SEX WITH HER

22 year-old full-time national serviceman (NSF) Lee Hong Qiang admitted to having sex with a 14-year-old girl he met on Facebook. He was sentenced to 11 months jail on Tuesday. Lee faced 3 charges, but only admitted to one charge of sexual penetration of a minor. The incident took place at his flat in Henderson Road in June last year.

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SAF OFFICER STANDS UP FOR NSF WHO WAS SCOLDED BY PUBLIC

I was on the MRT this morning going home after guard duty. I was very tired and there wasn't any seat. It was a long hot day and I was still in my uniform. I was thirsty so I took out my bottle and drank some water. The woman sitting in front of me stared at me like I did a crime. Suddenly the MRT jerked and I spilled some water in front of that woman's feet. She got angry and started shouting ""such a stupid and useless soldier! No brain is it?!"" Everyone was looking and I was very embarrassed.

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ANGRY ANG MOH DRIVER TAILS NSF HOME & BEATS HIM UP IN THE LIFT

When my son entered the lift lobby using his access card, this ang mo barged into the lift and started shouting at my son accusing him of nearly causing an accident. My son denied this and then the ang mo pushed my son against the wall and strangled him while lifting him by the neck. My son was shocked and then the angmo took a picture of my son and threatened him. The attacker then rushed off but was stopped by the security.

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4 TYPES OF NSFs YOU MEET DURING NATIONAL SERVICE

I am a stay - in storeman, who got my vocation, not because i wanted to relax, but because i got an injury, for which i had to undergo surgery. I am more than happy to do my work as a storeman, because, deep in my heart, i know i am of vital significance to the fighting force and the planning. People (the sergeants ) have asked me why I work to overwork myself. I do it not because I am going to gain anything from army. But, because, I want to make the lives of the people around me better in such a authoritative environment, where the rank, which commands respect, has ultimately lost its significance.

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More monetary awards expected for NSmen

National Servicemen could get higher sums under changes proposed to the National Service Recognition Award (NSRA). The Committee to Strengthen National Service (CSNS) has recommended disbursing S$2,000 extra, in Medisave grants, at each of the three “milestones” an NSmen reaches, under a proposed NS HOME (Housing, Medical and Education) Awards that will replace the NSRA.

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STOMPers: ARE YOU HAPPY NOW – SOLDIERS DON’T DARE TO SIT ON TRAIN

Look at this now. How do you feel now? Someone who paid for their train ride don't even dare to sit despite there being so many vacant seats. So what if we are soldiers, we are human too. We feel tired too. We are proud enough to wear the uniform out. But the very people we are protecting in some way or another are just finding all means to gun us down. Please have some compassion people, one day your family member or loved one will be in a tough situation too and I believe you wouldn't be pleased to see photos or videos of them being posted.

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Ng Eng Hen: NS to be shortened by a few weeks at most

The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) will be employing more regulars as full-time trainers of National Servicemen to make training more effective, efficient and possibly shorter, said Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen in Parliament today (March 6). As many as 1,100 more regulars could be hired to fill this vital role. This will increase the proportion of professional regular trainers in Basic Military Training Centre to about one in three trainers, down from the current one in six.“Let me quickly quell unrealistic expectations,” he added. “The time savings will be a few weeks at most, if any. We are not making no promises here as the Army has to study many details to ensure that we can continue to generate operationally ready units.”

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12 classic people you meet in BMT

If you thought you’ve seen it all in your eventful 18-year life, wait till you join the army. The three months in BMT will expose you to all sorts of people you never thought existed.

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