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Recruits usually look forward to special events like their passing out parades, and chat sessions with their commanders in the cook-house. Why? Because they get served the best food the cook-house has to offer on such days.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force shared pictures of its 138th recruits life in-camp.

You stand alone in line at the corner of the NSTI foyer, waiting for your turn to exchange your IC for a blue 11B and a…

Posted by Singapore Civil Defence Force on Monday, 23 November 2015

And among the pictures are two of the recruits having a chat with their commanders at meal-time.
scdf1 The spread looks sumptuous. But guess what’s missing?
scdf2Yes, in both pictures the commanders don’t have a plate before them.

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