Closing Ceremonies of Basic, Advanced Maritime and Air Youth Courses 2024 Hold

With the intents to develop the knowledge of new generation students during the summer holidays, spend their holidays efficiently, study the subjects that interest them and emerge new generation who are mastered in maritime and air skills and knowledge, Myanmar Navy inaugurated the courses of basic maritime youth course and advanced courses, while Myanmar Air Force, basic air youth courses and advanced air youth courses simultaneously opened at the training camps in respective townships on 22 April.

Myanmar Navy opened No. 1/2024 basic maritime youth course and advanced courses at 10 respective maritime youth camps in respective townships with 818 student trainees in total. Myanmar Air Force opened No. 1/2024 basic air youth courses and advanced air youth courses at 17 training camps in respective townships with 850 trainees in total.

Basic, Advanced Maritime and Air Youth Courses concluded, and the closing ceremonies were held on 17 May, were attended by Commander-in-Chef (Navy) Vice Admiral Zwe Win Myint, Commander-in-Chief (Air) Air Marshal Tun Aung and officials. Prizes were presented to the outstanding training camps and trainees.

On 18 May, the trainees, teachers and officials made pilgrimage to the Maravijaya Buddha Image, the tallest of its kind in the world and situated within the Buddha Park in Dekkhinathiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory and visited the Memorial to the Fallen Heroes (Nay Pyi Taw) and the Defence Service Museum, it is reported.

Source: MWD (19-5-2024)

  • The closing ceremonies of Basic, Advanced Maritime and Air Youth Courses 2024 were held. The trainees, teachers and officials made pilgrimage to the Maravijaya Buddha Image, the tallest of its kind in the world and situated within the Buddha Park in Dekkhinathiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory and visited the Memorial to the Fallen Heroes (Nay Pyi Taw) and the Defence Service Museum.
engdate: 
Monday, May 20, 2024 - 13:30
month: 
May, 2024