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PM commends RSMS cadets

Friday, July 25, 2014

Update: 3:42PM DISCIPLINE and time management are vital in any military training and students of Ratu Sukuna Memorial School showcased these during their cadet passing out parade today.

Parents, teachers, relatives and former scholars watched the students as they marched uniformly through the school grounds showcasing what they learnt over the past couple of weeks of military training.

Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama, who inspected the various companies during the cadet pass out, said students needed to be proud of being part of a school that was named after a great Statesman that strongly believed in discipline.

 Rear Admiral (Ret) Bainimarama said the formation that were done by the students were great and the instructors had done a tremendous job in getting the students to showcase an excellent cadet passing out for this year.

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