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  • President Lai praises new military officers at graduation

    Explore how President Lai Ching-te presided over a military academy graduation, urging 1,747 new officers to uphold democracy and protect Taiwan. Read about his commitment to national defense reforms.
    2024/06/27 16:35
  • New marine recruits embark on rigorous journey in Pingtung

    Taiwan’s Marine Corps welcomes new recruits at Pingtung’s Longchuan Camp, marking the start of an extensive yearlong task force under the revamped conscription system. The overhaul introduces extended training and enhanced support and aims to better integrate recruits transitioning from civilian life.
    2024/03/05 17:48
  • President Tsai pledges support for R.O.C. armed forces

    President Tsai Ing-wen visits forces stationed at Penghu and pledges continued support for the Republic of China Armed Forces. She also inaugurates the renovated Wude Barracks and emphasizes the government’s dedication to revitalizing military dormitories nationwide. The defense budget for 2024 reaches a record high of NT$600.7 billion, and Tsai inspects military demonstrations by the mechanized infantry battalion of the Penghu Defense Command. The president highlights ongoing defense reforms to establish a leaner and more modern military force and acknowledges the strategic importance of the Penghu force. With the Lunar New Year approaching, she advises officers to stay connected with their families and encourages quality time with loved ones for those on leave.
    2024/01/30 16:02
  • Military Police process 415 drug cases, arrest 27 in 2023

    The Military Police Command (MP) in Taipei processed 415 drug cases in 2023, resulting in the apprehension of 27 suspects and the seizure of 50.2 kilograms of drugs. The MP, in close collaboration with law enforcement agencies, carried out specialized drug interdiction operations as part of the government’s anti-drug strategy. Unannounced inspections by military police teams, accompanied by drug-sniffing dogs, led to the confiscation of over 50 kilograms of narcotics. More than 400 individuals were referred to judicial authorities for prosecution. The MP serves as judicial police officers and plays an integral role in the anti-drug task force, with a commitment to combat drug trafficking. The MP’s Forensic Science Center supports these efforts by analyzing controlled substances and urine samples collected during operations. These measures aim to protect the living environment and security of the nation’s people.
    2023/12/20 14:46
  • Tsai lauds officers at Defense Ministry promotion ceremony

    President Tsai Ing-wen attended the Ministry of National Defense’s semi-annual promotion ceremony for military officers, where she commended their contributions to national security and defense reforms. She highlighted the achievements of the indigenous warship-building program, including the launch of the "Hai Kun" (Narwhal) sub and the keel-laying ceremony for a prototype air-defense patrol ship. The ceremony saw the promotion of 26 officers, with seven elevated to lieutenant general and 19 to major general. President Tsai expressed gratitude to the promoted officers and their families for their commitment to the nation’s safety and emphasized the importance of continuous improvement in troop training and talent development.
    2023/12/12 16:55
  • Chiu Kuo-cheng downplays U.S. arms sale concerns

    Taiwan’s Defense Minister, Chiu Kuo-cheng, has announced that the Ministry of National Defense (MND) is preparing to strengthen its military in order to prevent war. This comes after Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed dissatisfaction with U.S. arms sales to Taiwan during his meeting with President Joe Biden. Chiu stated that Taiwanese military officers will continue to visit and learn from their U.S. counterparts, regardless of the circumstances. He downplayed concerns about the sale of ammunition, emphasizing that Taiwan is not intentionally arming itself but rather engaging in normal operations. Despite Xi’s denial of plans for military action against Taiwan in 2027 or 2035, Chiu emphasized that the Taiwanese military will not set a target year solely based on Xi’s statements. The MND will maintain a vigilant stance and be prepared for any situation without anticipating military conflicts in specific years.
    2023/11/20 18:36
  • NSB head to mark Anwei No. 8 field exercise with ceremony

    The National Security Bureau (NSB) will hold a ceremony to mark the completion of the Anwei No. 8 field exercise, which aimed to enhance national security in light of the upcoming presidential election. The exercise involved 220 specialized task force officers from various law enforcement agencies and the military. The ceremony will showcase the achievements of the officers, including newly procured equipment and intensive field training. The NSB’s goal was for the officers to achieve three objectives during training, and the public will have the opportunity to witness their performance during the ceremony.
    2023/11/07 20:11
  • Officers to be held accountable for leaked equipment: MND

    Taiwan’s Minister of Defense, Chiu Kuo-cheng, has taken action in response to reports of leaked military equipment from Taiwan’s Marine Corps. He held high-ranking military officers accountable and emphasized that lower-ranking personnel should not bear the brunt of the fallout. Chiu was summoned to report to the Legislative Yuan’s Foreign and National Defense Committee, where he admitted problems within troop management but also pointed out that blame should not solely rest on lower-ranking officers. The Ministry of National Defense has traced the problems to the brigade and command levels, indicating a weakness in senior management. Chiu stressed that senior officials should accept responsibility for training and not pass off their problems to subordinates. Commanding officers are also being held accountable in these cases.
    2023/10/30 16:27
  • Taiwan MND investigates suspected info leak to China

    The Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Taiwan announced plans to increase their efforts in counter-intelligence on Wednesday (Aug. 2). This decision came in response to an ongoing investigation involving six naval and air force officers currently serving and a retired air force officer with the surname Liu. 
    2023/08/02 18:58
  • President Tsai unveils 4% salary hike for armed forces

    President Tsai Ing-wen announced Wednesday (June 21) a 4% increase in salary for armed forces starting next year. The president also reiterated the government’s commitment to enhance soldiers’ living conditions and upgrade their equipment, pledging unwavering support as the strongest force bolstering the nation’s military officers.
    2023/06/21 17:43
  • Experts aim to make defense knowledge more accessible

    A retired naval officer has established national defense education parks in Taiwan, hiring retired non-commissioned officers from the U.S. Marine Corps to instruct classes so that the public can have a correct understanding of national defense issues.
    2023/01/17 19:25
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