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National Cadet Corps (Boys)

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2017 was another very successful year for Nan Hua National Cadet Corps (NCC) Boys.  For the eighth consecutive year, we obtained the Gold Award for the Best Unit Competition, our Freestyle Drill Squad (FSD) took part in the annual National FSD competition and was placed fifth in the West preliminary rounds, and our Precision Drill Squad (PDS) took part in the annual National PDS competition and did our unit proud by making it to the national finals.

NCC aims to develop leadership, discipline and fitness in our cadets through a variety of fun and challenging military related activities.  These activities include overnight camps which train both mental and physical strength, the rare opportunity to visit the Army Open House and the firing of a real SAR 21 rifle in Secondary 3.

 

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Annual March Camp 2017
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Precision Drill Squad Competition 2017

Five capable Cadet Leaders, namely SSG Kaung Set Lin, SSG Quek Yao Sheng, SSG Marcus Ang, SSG Zwe Nyi Yan and SSG Yong Zong Han, were specially selected to attend the Senior Specialist Leaders Course and they proved their worth by all attaining the Staff Sergeant rank.  Moreover, SSG Kaung Set Lin was chosen to attend the highly prestigious Advanced Drills Course at which he was not only able to secure the title of Supernumerary but also clinched the award for Best in Company.  SSG Quek Yao Sheng and SSG Marcus Ang also attended the Enhanced NCC PDS Auxiliary Instructor (AI) Course while 3SG Harold Lim attended the NCC FSD AI Course.  By earning the title of AI, they proved themselves to be among the elite instructors in Singapore.

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Leaders in the making


I have learnt from being in the National Cadet Corps (NCC), discipline, leadership skills and the importance of building camaraderie and having respect in my interactions with others.  Our activities, which include the annual NCC camp and events and courses organised by the NCC headquarters, help our cadets to forge deep and meaningful relationships with one another and hone our leadership and management skills.


                                                                           Neo Ting Cheng, Jonathan (Class 308), Unit Sergeant Major