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‘Remain resolute’ young leaders

175 SAS Saldanha military students can hold their heads high with pride as qualified sailors, which was announced during a prestigious Passing out Parade that was held at the base on Thursday 27 June.

The graduation marks the end of their basic military training that began on Monday 7 January.

The chief of the SA Navy, Vice Admiral Mosiwa Hlongwane, also attended the event and addressed the guests on the day.

“To the chief of the SA Navy, sir, in January you handed us 236 seedlings to plant, we did that,” said Officer Commanding SAS Saldanha, Captain Sikumbuzo Msikinya, in his speech. “We tilled the soil, planted the seed, irrigated the plot, removed the weeds and fended the pests. Today is the harvest day and the crop is ready to be handed over to the Fleet for further processing.”

Captain Msikinya, also thanked the parents who attended the parade for supporting the graduates over the last six months.

“Each of you have a heavy cloak of responsibility placed on your young shoulders, which requires you to remain resolute in leading our navy, our defence force and our country towards a brighter future,” said Chief of the SA Navy, Hlongwane.

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