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Junior Military Officers Recognised

“Each and every soldier within this course has a basket and all soldiers are exposed to different baskets when we come in to attend this training,” Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto said.
29 Mar 2019 10:27
Junior Military Officers Recognised
Commander RFMF Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto, Senior officers with Junior Staff Officers at the Officer’s Training Centre (OTC), Vatuwaqa on March 27, 2019.

The Republic of Fiji Military Force (RFMF), 01/19 Junior Staff Officer’s Course conducted their formal dinner at the Officer’s Training Centre (OTC), Vatuwaqa on Wednesday.

The Commander RFMF Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto was chief guest at the event.

During his speech he highlighted the importance of attending the course.

“Each and every soldier within this course has a basket and all soldiers are exposed to different baskets when we come in to attend this training,” Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto said.

“Such is the advantage and benefit of this exercise as we share ideas, skills and knowledge in that we fill our baskets through all new lessons and skills learned coupled with the experiences shared.

It will assist you all in your career as you endeavour your military profession.”

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of awards and certificates to recipients.

The first award which is the Communication Module Award was presented to Lieutenant Jijiua Vakaloloma.

Lieutenant Jijiua Vakaloloma with the Commander RFMF, Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto.

Lieutenant Jijiua Vakaloloma with the Commander RFMF, Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto.

He attained the highest marks in Internal and External Correspondence course work in all verbal presentation and discussions held during assessments.

The second award is ‘A Day in a Life of a Staff Officer Award’ was presented to Lieutenant Loraini Rokosuka, who attained the highest marks in their external examination.

The third award which is the Overall Prize Award, was presented to Lieutenant Epi Buka.

He scored the highest aggregated marks and has lived up to the ethos and values of the RFMF on a day to day basis throughout the course.

Lieutenant Rokosuka said: “This course gave us an opportunity to think critically, to address issues freely, to have an open mind, to learn in a wider dimension of learning.

Most of all to continue dreaming and aspire to be good leaders that thinks and practice for the good of the institution.

“The first and foremost is to begin with our staff duties and the work ethics is implemented to all our different units,” she said.

 

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