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    My brother has been enlisted for his NS in mid feb..
    are we allowed to bring cameras into tekong?

    are there areas we canx shoot?
    but i think i will be bz taking some last nice handsome shots for my bro b4 he turns botak!
    and not to forget those cute officers

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    i think for the parents/relatives visit
    yes
    can

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    My brother has been enlisted for his NS in mid feb..
    are we allowed to bring cameras into tekong?

    are there areas we canx shoot?
    but i think i will be bz taking some last nice handsome shots for my bro b4 he turns botak!
    and not to forget those cute officers

    you will be able to bring in cameras during the parents visiting day... dun worry abt where u can or cannot shoot.. ur brother would be inform beforehand where he will be allowed to bring u ard..those are are u are allowed to shoot, eg. bunk, company area, along coastal rd... do not venture to the off limits area..u just might get ur brother into trouble if caught...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphii82sg
    you will be able to bring in cameras during the parents visiting day... dun worry abt where u can or cannot shoot.. ur brother would be inform beforehand where he will be allowed to bring u ard..those are are u are allowed to shoot, eg. bunk, company area, along coastal rd... do not venture to the off limits area..u just might get ur brother into trouble if caught...
    tt means on e day of enlistment we canx shoot?
    never c his discipline look b4...
    cuz he is always so kwai lanz

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    tt means on e day of enlistment we canx shoot?
    never c his discipline look b4...
    cuz he is always so kwai lanz
    dun worry...he will become more kwai after his BMT...cos all he can and will say in camp is "Yes Sir"..."No Sir"...and "Yes Sergeant"...."No Sergeant"...

    How about "Yes Sis"..."No Sis"...at home???

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    Quote Originally Posted by garvinchow
    dun worry...he will become more kwai after his BMT...cos all he can and will say in camp is "Yes Sir"..."No Sir"...and "Yes Sergeant"...."No Sergeant"...

    How about "Yes Sis"..."No Sis"...at home???
    lolz
    i was joking with him tt day.. erm.. u need cecelia (our maid) to go in with u? lolz!!! hes so pampered... everything he got to do himself liao.. no one will wake up in e middle of e nite to do supper for him... hahaha... no one will help him find things.. he betta grow up man... cuz i will be shifting to his room... lolz!!!! gd riddance to tt childish brat!

    and i bet my mama will cry.... hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    My brother has been enlisted for his NS in mid feb..
    are we allowed to bring cameras into tekong?

    are there areas we canx shoot?
    but i think i will be bz taking some last nice handsome shots for my bro b4 he turns botak!
    and not to forget those cute officers
    As for the enlistment, there isn't much chance for you to take pictures, only until your brother had taken the oath and submitted his beloved IC. You can take as much as you can in the fastcraft or at Pasir Ris.

    As for officiers, there are specialists too.

    Save all the taking of pictures for parent's visiting day which you can be up close and personal with those officiers/specialists.
    And not to forget POP(Passing Out Parade), the finale for your brother.

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by ransoma22; 23rd January 2004 at 10:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    lolz
    i was joking with him tt day.. erm.. u need cecelia (our maid) to go in with u? lolz!!! hes so pampered... everything he got to do himself liao.. no one will wake up in e middle of e nite to do supper for him... hahaha... no one will help him find things.. he betta grow up man... cuz i will be shifting to his room... lolz!!!! gd riddance to tt childish brat!

    and i bet my mama will cry.... hahaha...
    OOoo......it's time for your bro to grow up...and mix with older boys....ha ha ha...watch out for the change in him....

    NS will shape his mentality....I hope...ha ha ha...wait till he kicks you out of his room when he moves back...ha ha ha

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    ur bro better not take any cameras or cam phones. parents/siblings still can on the day of visitation or sending off. mindef nowadays are very sticky abt security. my camp dun even allow mms phones with cameras or pdas w/o cams. all photo equipment must be surrendered at the guard room. so, be warned! dun kenna tekan on the first day!

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    don't worry got NTUC foodfare to cook and provide all his food, they serve 4 meals a day unless you're obease,

    then got the automated washing machine to wash he's underwears,

    then with the new standing orders, well he'll be well pampered beyond your expectation.

    the new army is no longer ruled by hooligans, no more shouting of vulgarities in your face, cannot happy happy Knock it down! :P
    they now train based on civilized way, treating recruits the more humane way.

    but overall, army is good exposure, you get to meet people you never knew existed, some good some bad, you get trained for working outside, the systems more or less the same, they all do the same shiitty things

    recruit don't bring lah.. parents bring they usually close one eye one.. cos not going to training area

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    Be prepared to have half of tekong staring at u as if u're some exotic creature (female). the other half are probably social inepts or gays.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clown
    Be prepared to have half of tekong staring at u as if u're some exotic creature (female). the other half are probably social inepts or gays.

    *lolz*
    dun worrie
    im going to bund my chest up.. though it might still be seen.. berms n t shirts.. lolz..will go apply xo for a cute goatee... lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19
    don't worry got NTUC foodfare to cook and provide all his food, they serve 4 meals a day unless you're obease,

    then got the automated washing machine to wash he's underwears,

    then with the new standing orders, well he'll be well pampered beyond your expectation.

    the new army is no longer ruled by hooligans, no more shouting of vulgarities in your face, cannot happy happy Knock it down! :P
    they now train based on civilized way, treating recruits the more humane way.

    but overall, army is good exposure, you get to meet people you never knew existed, some good some bad, you get trained for working outside, the systems more or less the same, they all do the same shiitty things

    recruit don't bring lah.. parents bring they usually close one eye one.. cos not going to training area
    really?
    but my frds say chicken taste like mutton, beef take like chicken... lolz.. all same taste

    i will prepare menu for him b4 he enters.. so i can whip up nice dishes for him...

    lolz

    hes too skinny
    175cm and weighs 52kg

    lolz

    oh yes.. ive printed a pic up for him to bring along.. he and his hobby... lolz

    MAHJONG... so he betta be kwai kwai inside... wait for sat n sun to win all my money
    LOL


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    Tekong Chalet



    Taken back in 2002, no problem

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    O.o
    I've never been to the new school B4...
    It looks d*mn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
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    Taken back in 2002, no problem
    During last year reservist, my unit had a short stopover for a 4 days 3 nights holiday package in Tekong. Upon landing at the jetty side, we thought we took the wrong ferry !
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    LOL. Tekong is not that bad but it really depends on your Company. During Parent's Visiting day you can take pictures. I'm pretty sure you can do so during enlistment day too. BTW do ask your brother to get some extra batteries for his handphone. My specific company didn't allow us to use our chargers during the 1st 3 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
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    Taken back in 2002, no problem
    we called it TP... Tekong Polytechnic! it sure brings back some memories. stayed at the old camp 1 (where all the "exciting" stories originate) for 1st 1/2 of BMT, and moved to the new one for the second 1/2. very gd liao, i shld say.

    no worri abt ur bro, ruthbaby. he will gain weight inside. im also abt the same size as ur bro but has no prob coping. i sure he can do it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
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    Taken back in 2002, no problem
    can see my ex-bunk in the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow_kiwi
    no worri abt ur bro, ruthbaby. he will gain weight inside. im also abt the same size as ur bro but has no prob coping. i sure he can do it too.
    i also gain weight during BMT, although the food was sucks compare to what tekong having now, i still ask for extra rice until my plate look like a mountain

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