This morning, His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, the Minister of Defence and Supreme Commander of Royal Brunei Armed Forces (RBAF), made a visit to the Commando Training Institute, Pasir Ris Camp, in the republic of Singapore.
Upon arrival at the Camp, His Majesty was received by His Excellency Dr. Ng Eng Hen, the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Singapore. Accompanying His Majesty was His Royal Highness Prince 'Abdul Malik.
His Majesty then proceeded to Dais for a Royal Salute and afterwards, inspected the Royal Guard of Honour mounted by the First Commando Battalion of the Singapore Armed Forces.
His Majesty then signed the Guestbook before proceeding to Block 65. At Block 65, His Majesty was briefed on the Commando Headquarters; and Special Operations Task Force (SOTF). His Majesty was also briefed on the military demonstrations that will be showcased in this visit.
His Majesty then witnessed military freefalls showcased by 'The Red Lions' and military demonstrations by the Counter Terrorism Forces of the Singapore Armed Forces.
After the demonstration, His Majesty then proceeded to view parachute training facilities and a static display.
His Majesty also viewed a static display showcasing the Apache Attack Helicopter and Rigid-Hulled Inflatable Boat (RHIB).
During the visit, His Majesty was introduced to the five officers of the Royal Brunei Armed Forces who are currently undertaking their courses and attachment at the Military Camp Republic of Singapore.
At the end of the visit, His Majesty received a Pesambah from His Excellency Dr. Ng Eng Hen, the Minister for Defence of the Republic of Singapore.
To commemorate the visit, His Majesty received Singapore Armed Forces' Honorary Advanced Military Freefall Wing presented by Major-General Melvyn Ong, Chief of Army, Singapore Armed Forces who in return received a momento from His Majesty.
Source: Radio Television Brunei