Junior officers and cadets must learn with firm spirit to benefit State and Tatmadaw

Instructors must provide systematic military and academic training, along with their own experiences, to junior officers and cadets to develop future leaders with firm spirit, trusted by the State, Tatmadaw, and the people.

Discipline is the backbone of Tatmadaw, and only when individuals follow disciplines with good morale will the entire institution be better, said Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
Yesterday morning, Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said so in his guidance given at a meeting with senior officer instructors, senior officer lecturers, faculty members, officers and trainees and cadets at the convocation hall of Defence Services Academy in PyinOoLwin.
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General said that the Defence Services Academy is turning out qualified officers with physical and mental capacity for Tatmadaw (Army, Navy and Air).
He stressed that instructors have to give training combined with their literary knowledge and life experiences to each trainee to forge a self-reliant spirit and capacity for achieving success.
He urged trainees to follow 16 characteristics of leadership being applied in Tatmadaw and dutifully serve their relevant assignments under disciplines and orders.
He underscored that those taking responsibility of guardians in relevant groups of trainees need to forge a brotherly spirit and family spirit to lead the trainees with correct leadership and guideline so as to handle the life of trainees.
Trainees have to pour out their utmost efforts in pursuing all training as the State is nurturing them, and Tatmadaw is spending a considerable capital of time and money.
As the government emphasizes the construction of libraries and the running of these libraries to contribute to the education sector, instructors and trainees need to read literature in order to have a broader scope of knowledge, he added.
The Senior General urged all to strive to shape a knowledgeable society in the future, as a broader scope of knowledge can improve individual lifestyles.
He noted that as instructors are qualified for relevant professions, they have to train the trainees with literary and military training plus their life experiences in order to produce leaders of the future.
After the meeting, the Senior General fulfilled the needs of officer instructors, trainees and cadets.
Also present at the meeting were Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Vice-Admiral Zwe Win Myint, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief, the commander of Central Command and officials. — MNA/TTA

Salient points from the speech delivered by the Senior General at the meeting with instructors and trainees of DSA

1. Only when individuals follow discipline and have good morale will the entire institution be better.
2. Instructors have to give training combined with their literary knowledge and life experiences to each trainee to forge a self-reliant spirit and capacity for achieving success.
3. Trainees have to follow 16 leadership characteristics that are being applied in Tatmadaw and dutifully serve their relevant assignments under discipline and orders.
4. Those taking responsibility of guardians in relevant groups of trainees need to forge a brotherly spirit and family spirit to lead trainees with correct leadership and guidance so as to handle the life of trainees.

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