Posts by: MINDEF Scholarship Centre (MSC)

Shaper of Defence Policies

Driven by a desire to do meaningful and engaging work, Melody Seet decided to join the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) as a Defence Executive Officer (DXO) to give back to society. Today, she serves in the Manpower Policy Department where she formulates strategic manpower policies.
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Navigator of the Nautical Seascape

Military Expert 5 (ME5) Lloyd Chua would be attracted to the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN), an organisation which offered him a myriad of opportunities in the field of science and engineering.
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Guardian of the Sky

Captain (CPT) Ooi Li Wen's passion for the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) was stoked by her intrigue in the RSAF operations, as well as the long-lasting camaraderie found within. Taking part in security operations to keep Singapore safe instils a sense of pride in her. As a UAV pilot, she keeps a vigilant eye over the safety of Singaporeans every day.
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Empowering Leaders of Tomorrow

Colonel (COL) Mikail Kalimuddin embarked on his journey with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), after receiving the SAF Scholarship in 2005, to deepen his skills as an effective leader. Leading by example, he challenges himself to go beyond the call of duty. Today, he serves as the Commander of 3rd Singapore Infantry Brigade (3 SIB).
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Nurturing Our Future Leaders

No Army, no matter how valiant, can forge ahead without logistics support. It’s the lifeline for every soldier, the pivot for military success.
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The Eyes of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF)

As the Head of SAF’s Force Transformation Office, Lieutenant Colonel John Samuel has to see to one thing—that the future of the SAF is in good hands.
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Defending Our Nation on the International Stage

She doesn’t command a military troop. She doesn’t bear any arms. Yet Rachel Ong plays one of the most critical roles in maintaining Singapore’s safety at the global level.
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A Captain of Passion and Purpose

When it came to deciding a career path for herself, CPT Jaime Liew wanted a job that would challenge her intellectually and engage her emotionally.
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