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Saluting the men in green

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: How has your organisation been supportive of national service? Why is corporate support important?

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1972: National servicemen getting into a lorry after attending a tea party held at Queenstown Community Centre to send them off.

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1967: Singapore youths at the Kallang Manpower Headquarters taking the oath of allegiance.

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1981: Soldiers from the "A" Company of 2nd Singapore Infantry Regiment (SIR) undergoing rigorous training.

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1983: The Singapore Armed Forces Display rehearsal by servicemen from the 3rd Battalion Singapore Infantry Regiment at the West Coast Park.

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1981: The Singapore Armed Forces Display.

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1980: National football player, Fandi Ahmad, began his National Service at Nee Soon Camp. He had his famous dark locks chopped off almost as soon as he entered the gates.

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Kenneth Chan.

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC: How has your organisation been supportive of national service? Why is corporate support important?

Kenneth Chan
Managing Director
Hanbaobao Pte Ltd (licensee of McDonald's Singapore)

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