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"Our recruits look forward to being part of the Life Saving Force," SCDF trolls SAF

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Singapore Armed Forces’ Basic Military Training Centre on 5 January 2016, posted a picture of this recruit. It was his first day in National Service.
DYBMT1When the picture gained a lot of attention, SAF deemed that the picture was inappropriate and deleted it.
Earlier today, Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) posted a picture of one of its recruits first day at its Basic Rescue Training Centre. The SCDF recruit had no western food and ice-cream, but he had a beaming smile.
SCDFSCDF captioned the picture: In SCDF, our recruits look forward to being part of the Life Saving Force. Here’s to a fulfilling National Service! ???? ‪#‎ANationofLifesavers‬.
A few minutes later, SCDF added another hashtag: #‎wearbluenotfeelblue‬.
Two more hashtags come to mind: #pwn and #burn.

In SCDF, our recruits look forward to being part of the Life Saving Force. Here's to a fulfilling National Service! 󾟲󾟳󾓦🇬 #ANationofLifesavers #wearbluenotfeelblue

Posted by Singapore Civil Defence Force on Thursday, 7 January 2016

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