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81st Intake of Tatmadaw (Navy) Junior Officer (Management), 55th Intake of Tatmadaw (Navy) Junior Officer (Engineering) conclude

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Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Zaya Kyaw Htin Moe Aung addresses the passing-out parade of Tatmadaw (Navy) Junior Officer (Management) Course (81) and Junior Officer (Engineering) Course (55) in Thanlyin yesterday.

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The passing-out parade of Tatmadaw (Navy) Junior Officer (Management) Course (81) and Tatmadaw (Navy) Junior Officer (Engineering) Course (55) was held at the Naval Training Command Headquarters in Thanlyin yesterday.
During the event, Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Zeya Kyaw Htin Moe Aung delivered a speech.
First, the graduate company and Guard of Honour marched into the parade ground and saluted the State Flag.
Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Zeya Kyaw Htin Moe Aung took the salute of companies and Guard of Honour.
He then presented the awards to the outstanding students of the courses.
In his speech, Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Zeya Kyaw Htin Moe Aung said that during the training period, the officers were trained in maritime skills as per international naval standards and skills with lecture and practical sessions, and they will be also trained to serve dutifully in work fields with the naval vessels.  After the practical training, the qualified persons will be assigned to the naval vessels and they can join the further Specialize Courses.
Tatmadaw (Navy) emerged together with the independence of Myanmar and it has good traditions such as it fought against the local and foreign threats by cooperating with Tatmadaw (Army) and Tatmadaw (Air). When Tatmadaw (Navy) was established, it possessed only a few warships, and now it can draw designs of the frigates and possesses the amphibious vessels including the attack submarines.
In the speech of the State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services delivered in the ceremony to commission the warships into services conducted on 24 December 2021, he said the best guarantee for the perpetuation of the sovereignty of the State is to possess a dynamic and capable defence force. The Tatmadaw (Navy) is being built to have a Three-Dimensional Combat Ready Navy to defend the Exclusive Economic Zone of Myanmar territorial waters for the first phase with the formation of the submarine fleet, building of warships and improvement of human resources.”
Therefore, modern warships are constructed with such aims and so it needs to study to be skilful and teach the junior personnel.
As the capacity of Tatmadaw (Navy) becomes high, it can more effectively defend any sea invasions in the frontline and achieve more abilities to conduct Army/Navy/Air joint military operations to protect the maritime interests of the country.
The Commander-in-Chief (Navy) then highlighted the four main sectors — military, the rule of law, diplomacy and humanitarian aids and the seven objectives of Tatmadaw (Navy) and the need to serve duties with the motto.

He continued that it also needs to make preparations to participate in COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment activities. It should know and follow international maritime laws and local maritime laws in addition to the Law of Armed Conflicts and Rules of Engagement.
It also must be skilful in maritime techniques and should practice to always meet the three-skill. It must uphold three main national courses and work together in building the Three-Dimensional Combat Ready Navy to protect the State security and defend the Exclusive Economic Zone of Myanmar territorial waters.
The Commander-in-Chief (Navy) took the salute of the graduate company and Guard of Honour and took a commemorative photo with graduate officers and senior military officers. — MNA

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