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Disciplinary training pays off for cadets

Atasa Moceituba
Saturday, July 12, 2014

TEACHERS, parents and former scholars of Nabua Secondary School held their heads high as the students strutted their military training at the passing-out parade in Suva yesterday morning.

More than 100 people witnessed the students brave the chilly weather to demonstrate the disciplinary training encountered over the past six weeks.

Chief guest Republic of Fiji Military Forces Land Force Commander Lieutenant-Colonel Jone Kalouniwai said the drill standard the students displayed reflected the effort, commitment, teamwork obedience and attitude the students had put into the training.

He said it was important students were given the best modes of training because this would enhance academic abilities. "Many of us tend to realise our true potential later in life and usually waste a good part of our time with life's distractions," he said.







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