Chairman of State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Thadoe Maha Thray Sithu Thadoe Thiri Thudhamma Min Aung Hlaing Delivers an Address at Passing-out Parade of 65th Intake of Defence Services Academy

The Chairman of the State Administration Council (SAC) Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Thadoe Maha Thray Sithu Thadoe Thiri Thudhamma Min Aung Hlaing delivered an address at the Passing-out Parade of the 65th Intake of Defence Services Academy (DSA) which was held at the parade ground of DSA in PyinOoLwin on 8 December.

Also present at the ceremony together with the SAC Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services were wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, Chief of the General Staff (Army,Navy and Air) General Maung Maung Aye and wife, Commander-in-Chief (Navy) and wife, Commander-in-Chief (Air) and wife, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief and wives, Union ministers, the Chief Minister of Mandalay Region and wife, the Central Command Commander, military attaches of foreign missions in Myanmar, the DSA commandant, officials from PyinOoLwin Station, officer instructors and faculty members of the academic wing and training wing of DSA, who are the guardians of the cadets, and distinguished guests.

Firstly, the SAC Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Maha Thray Sithu Min Aung Hlaing took the salutes of the cadet companies with with slow-march past and quick-march past. Then, the Senior General presented awards to the oustanding cadets respectively.

During the ceremony, the SAC Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services delivered graduation speeches as follows:

  • The graduate cadets are required to be loyal not only to themselves but also to  their organization and the State, and dutifully serve the assignments, upholding high morale and perception stands as a collective responsibility.
  • The Three Capabilities are correlated to each other. Bolstering administrative capability fuels the morale of military personnel. Consequently, a fortified administrative capability elevates military capability and augments organisational capability.
  • The Nation’s strength lies within and the strength of the Tatmadaw must be built in its cohesive forces.
  • As our Tatmadaw, comprised of individuals from diverse regions and ethnicities, shoulders the national duty, cultivating a familial sense of unity becomes imperative.
  • Overcoming adversities becomes feasible when military personnel, families, and the entire people unite. Thus, comrades ought to prioritize not solely the intraunit organizational measures but also the public organisational measures, aligning to harness the collective strength of the entire people.
  • The warfares of the 21st Century unfold in asymmetric, multidimensional forms of attack, emerging from diverse sides and sectors. Comrades must anticipate the changing nature of warfare and the changes of military strategies due to the state-of-the-art weaponry and ordnance.
  • It is incumbent upon comrades to adeptly comprehend modern command and control system, meticulously observing and assimilating evolving military doctrines that align with technological leaps.
  • A Nation functions through its national, economic, and defence driving forces, with the economic force being the primary pivot amongst them.
  •  Bolstering the economic force holds great importance, as the vitality of the other two forces hinges on its strength. Hence, “Prosperity of the Nation and Food Sufficiency” is implemented as two national visions in our government’s administration.
  • All must strive to aspire to be the triumphant elite of the future, upholding Our Three Main National Causes, as national duty, and demonstrating steadfast loyalty to our motherland and the Tatmadaw.

After taking salute from the cadet companies, the Senior General left the parade ceremony. Then, he met five outstanding cadets and spokes words of honour at the parlour of the DSA Headquarters.

In the evening, the SAC Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing attended the graduation dinner of the 65th Intake of DSA at the cadet mess hall of Anawrahta Battalion of DSA in PyinOoLwin, and had dinner with the graduated officers and dignitaries.

Source: MWD (9-12-2023)

 

  • The graduate cadets are required to be loyal not only to themselves but also to  their organization and the State, and dutifully serve the assignments, upholding high morale and perception stands as a collective responsibility.
  • The Nation’s strength lies within and the strength of the Tatmadaw must be built in its cohesive forces.
  • Overcoming adversities becomes feasible when military personnel, families, and the entire people unite.
  • The warfares of the 21st Century unfold in asymmetric, multidimensional forms of attack, emerging from diverse sides and sectors. Comrades must anticipate the changing nature of warfare and the changes of military strategies due to the state-of-the-art weaponry and ordnance.
  • It is incumbent upon comrades to adeptly comprehend modern command and control system, meticulously observing and assimilating evolving military doctrines that align with technological leaps.
engdate: 
Monday, December 11, 2023 - 08:00
month: 
December, 2023