2023 basic, advanced maritime and air youth trainees pay homage to famous pagodas

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Trainees are seen pouring water on the Maha Bodhi Bo Tree yesterday in Toungoo.

For new generation youth to develop knowledge, make the most of holidays, and follow their hobbies during the summer vacation, and to turn out the future generation of maritime and aviation experts for the state, basic and advanced maritime youth courses, basic air youth courses (senior level), and basic air youth courses (junior level) were opened at training camps in respective townships at the same time by Tatmadaw (Navy) and Tatmadaw (Air) on 24 April.
The coaches from Tatmadaw (Navy) are training 30 trainees at the Kengtung maritime youth training camp in eastern Shan State, 50 trainees at the Mandalay maritime youth training camp in Mandalay Region, and 50 trainees in Kyaukpyu and 61 trainees in Sittway in Rakhine State. A total of 712 trainees are also being trained at 11 maritime youth training camps in respective townships.
A total of 680 trainees from basic air youth courses (senior and junior level) are being trained at 17 air youth training camps in respective townships. Under the supervision of administrators and coaches, the trainees visited the famous pagodas in their respective regions. — MNA/KZW

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