Tatmadaw: An institution serving under orders and discipline

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State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets senior officer instructors, senior officer lecturers, faculty members, officers and cadets at the Defence Services Technological Academy in PyinOoLwin yesterday.

Cadets have to nurture themselves since training periods to become qualified and successful officers with self-confidence and self-reliance.

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing underlined that engineering officers have to consider how to carry out their work from the engineering point of view and with engineering philosophy.
Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday afternoon met senior officer instructors, senior officer lecturers, faculty members, officers and cadets at the convocation hall of Defence Services Technological Academy in PyinOoLwin.
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General highlighted that as Tatmadaw’s training schools and academies are giving training to trainees in a proper ratio to instructors, all trainees have to try their best to become outstanding and qualified officers.
He stressed that all trainees need to stand on their own as they have joined Tatmadaw of their own accord.
He added that as cadets have to pursue engineering subjects and military training within a six-year period of training, they have to nurture themselves to live under discipline on a self-reliant basis and good practices of teamwork.
In giving guidance to instructors, the Senior General urged the instructors to share their experiences as well as literary knowledge with the trainees to be able to turn out outstanding trainees.
He noted that trainees have to follow the advice of seniors and instructors to help improve their life and be able to apply their knowledge in practical fields.
The Senior General highlighted that leadership is of great importance in Tatmadaw, and only when individuals become good followers under discipline will they become good leaders. He continued that trainees have to systematically study relevant subjects during the training period to become good engineering professionals.
The Senior General revealed that as there remain many tasks for the Tatmadaw to carry out military building and nation-building tasks, it is necessary to strive to achieve development in conformity with the advancement of all arenas at present.
Also present at the meeting were Commander-in-Chief (Navy) Vice-Admiral Zwe Win Myint and officials.
The Senior General and party paid homage to Maha Shwemyintin Pagoda in PyinOoLwin and made cash donations. The Senior General gave instructions on necessary maintenance to ensure the sustainability of the pagoda and fulfilled the need to offer gold foils to the pagoda.
They also paid homage to the image of the Lord Buddha at the Pada Footprint Hall. — MNA/TTA

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14 July 2024