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  • Top military official stresses night training importance

    Discover how Adm. Mei Chia-shu emphasizes the importance of realistic nighttime training for Taiwan’s military during the Han Kuang exercise to improve defensive operations. Learn about the focus on "continuous scenarios" and leveraging terrain familiarity.
    2024/07/11 16:42
  • Taiwan’s defense ministry to revamp military training

    Explore Taiwan’s military training overhaul as Defense Minister Wellington Koo discusses phasing out traditional bayonet drills for practical combat readiness, highlighting a shift towards enhancing real-world combat capabilities.
    2024/06/11 17:46
  • Taiwan drafts AI law focusing on human rights

    Explore Taiwan’s military training overhaul as Defense Minister Wellington Koo discusses phasing out traditional bayonet drills for practical combat readiness, highlighting a shift towards enhancing real-world combat capabilities.
    2024/06/11 17:24
  • Taiwan’s defense minister to cut ceremonial drills

    Discover how Taiwan’s Defense Minister Wellington Koo plans to modernize the military by abolishing traditional practices like bayonet training and goose-stepping to focus on combat readiness.
    2024/06/07 14:17
  • Taiwan ramps up surveillance amid regional tensions: MND

    Discover how Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense is ramping up surveillance and security measures amid rising tensions with China, including monitoring maritime activities and enhancing cognitive warfare training.
    2024/05/23 14:28
  • Taiwan’s defense ministry invests in AI for medical training

    Discover how Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense is revolutionizing military medical training with a NT$900 million facility, incorporating AI and the U.S. Tactical Combat Casualty Care system to improve battlefield medical response.
    2024/05/22 09:55
  • Live-fire exercises enhance Taiwan’s military readiness

    Discover how the 117th Army Infantry Brigade’s live-fire exercise in Kaohsiung’s Linyuan District is preparing Taiwanese troops for real-world combat, enhancing their responsiveness and tactical skills.
    2024/05/08 17:11
  • Taiwan’s military prepares for May 20 inauguration salute

    Discover how Taiwan’s Guandu Area Command’s artillery battalion is preparing for the presidential inauguration with a meticulous 21-gun salute rehearsal and heat endurance training.
    2024/05/08 16:47
  • Taiwan unveils new cutting-edge medical training center

    Explore how Taiwan’s Health Service Training Center leverages VR and AI technology to transform military medical training, featuring realistic simulations based on international conflicts.
    2024/04/30 16:49
  • Taiwan boosts military capabilities with new drone strategy

    Taiwan’s Minister of National Defense Chiu Kuo-cheng outlines the military’s drone strategy to the Legislative Yuan, focusing on combat differentiation and future training plans. The Defense Ministry’s report details the deployment of drones across various operational levels for reconnaissance, surveillance, and battlefield tasks. President-elect Lai Ching-te’s visit to a local UAV R&D center underscores Taiwan’s commitment to drone development.
    2024/03/27 15:28
  • Taiwan’s Air Force resumes overnight flight training

    In response to escalating tensions and a changing geopolitical landscape, Taiwan’s Air Force has resumed overnight training to enhance pilots’ night operation skills, signaling a strategic shift in military preparedness.
    2024/03/14 18:25
  • Hsinchu camp welcomes recruits under extended service plan

    The first batch of recruits in Taiwan reported to Hsinchu County’s Litoushan Camp in Xinpu Township on Thursday (Jan. 25). The 206 Brigade’s Battalion 4 received 304 new recruits from the northern region, who will undergo an eight-week training program. The military restored its previous one-year conscription in line with the "Strengthening National Defense Force Structure Adjustment Plan." The training curriculum is divided into four stages, focusing on core values, fitness, rifle shooting, combat coaching, and weapon handling. All new soldiers underwent health screening and inspections upon arrival, including drug-sniffer dogs. Additionally, the recruits had their heads shaved after receiving their uniforms.
    2024/01/25 16:41
  • Taiwan’s new conscripts begin 1-year military service

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) Army Command Headquarters announces the extension of compulsory service to one year. Newly enlisted soldiers will undergo an eight-week training in recruit centers throughout northern, central, and southern Taiwan. The training program consists of four phases, focusing on core military values, physical fitness, combat skills, rifle shooting, and combat coaching. The final assessment includes physical combat skills, rifle shooting proficiency, and comprehensive combat coaching.
    2024/01/25 15:15
  • Young couples face trials as Taiwan extends military service

    The first group of conscripts for the one-year compulsory military service in Taipei enlisted on January 25. These 670 young men will undergo an eight-week enlistment training. The extension of mandatory military service, approved by President Tsai Ing-wen last year, has posed emotional challenges for many young couples. Girlfriends accompanied their conscripted boyfriends to the Department of Compulsory Military Service’s Alternative Service Center, offering encouragement and expressing hope that military service would help their partners overcome bad habits and become more responsible. Despite the year-long separation, conscripts expressed faith in their relationships, although they couldn’t help but worry about the lack of constant communication. Various girlfriends reassured their worried boyfriends, saying, "Don’t worry!" The Ministry of National Defense stated that the decision to extend mandatory service was influenced by changing international situations, authoritarianism, defense combat needs, and the intensity of the four-month military training. It was also based on a comparative study of conscription systems in other countries.
    2024/01/25 14:17
  • Taiwan’s MND sets strict criteria for military service bonus

    The Ministry of National Defense in Taiwan has announced new training assessment rules for recruits, emphasizing strict criteria to qualify for additional allowances and professional certificates. This comes as Taiwan extends its mandatory military service to one year, with enhanced training activities including realistic military drills.
    2024/01/16 18:07
  • MND announces new draftee training options

    The Ministry of National Defense (MND) has announced that new draftees in Taiwan can now apply for specialist positions based on their skills and certifications during their sixth week of training. Alternatively, they can choose to serve in the main combat units voluntarily. Draftees who do not participate in the expertise selection will have the opportunity to choose their service unit in the seventh week through a lottery system. The MND plans to draft 9,127 men in 2024, with the army responsible for training 7,514 of them. The recruits will be assigned to guard units based on their household registration, with a total of 12 echelons. After completing their training, the conscripted men will be distributed to guard units on the home or outer islands closest to their registered residence, or they may opt to serve in the primary combat unit according to their preference. The first batch of recruits, consisting of 670 men, will begin training on January 25 under the supervision of the 206th Brigade in Northern Taiwan, the 302nd Brigade in the Central region, and the 203rd Brigade in the South. The training is expected to last for eight weeks.
    2024/01/16 17:55
  • Taiwan to equip new conscripts with combat gear in March

    The Ministry of National Defense (MND) of Taiwan has announced that the first group of 650 conscription men will receive their individual combat gear on March 22 after completing basic training. The MND has allocated a budget of NT$4.04 billion for the "Xing’an project" from 2022 to 2024, which aims to improve the living conditions and quality of life for officers and soldiers. The conscripts will promptly receive their complete battle gear after basic training to carry out various combat training tasks. Sizing for the gear was conducted during the first week of conscription, with distribution scheduled for a week before graduation or before March 22. The MND’s comprehensive distribution of new style combat outfits, which has been ongoing for five years, includes 15 items such as tactical helmets, vests, and shock-absorbing elbow and knee guards.
    2024/01/16 15:13
  • Taiwan military ups alert around 2024 general elections

    Taiwan’s Armed Forces (ROCA) are planning to increase alertness before and after the 2024 general elections, according to the Ministry of National Defense (MND). The military will closely monitor enemy activities in coordination with joint intelligence and reconnaissance. Troop deployments will be adjusted promptly in response to gray zone tactics, while ensuring readiness exercises and communication structures are implemented. The military remains vigilant towards the People’s Liberation Army’s activities, using surveillance and reconnaissance means to monitor the situation in the seas and airspace surrounding Taiwan. The PLA continues combat readiness patrols and the ROCA is tracking and responding appropriately.
    2023/12/20 19:35
  • No bonus for Taiwan conscripts failing basic training: MND

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) has announced that conscripted soldiers who fail to pass their basic training will receive a base salary of approximately NT$10,000, without eligibility for professional bonuses or honor leave. The new one-year mandatory service, starting in January 2024, requires conscripts to undergo 8 weeks of basic training followed by 44 weeks of unit training. The basic training curriculum includes combat instruction, tactical marching, and battlefield medical aid courses. Only those who pass the basic training and obtain the "Completion of Training Specialty Certificate" will qualify for an additional monthly professional bonus of NT$10,190, bringing their total monthly salary to NT$20,320. To ensure training effectiveness, the MND has also issued guidelines for supplementary training and re-tests for conscripts who fail to meet the standards.
    2023/12/18 16:53
  • Tsai inaugurates advanced military medical facility

    President Tsai Ing-wen attended the inauguration ceremony for the National Defense Medical Center’s new Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Disaster Medical Assistance Training Building, highlighting the government’s commitment to improving military capabilities. The state-of-the-art facility integrates virtual and augmented reality technologies for realistic battlefield medical scenarios and has trained nearly 3,800 medical personnel this year. The building also aims to enhance medical skills and advance national defense education through collaborations with various institutions.
    2023/12/04 20:33
  • TPP’s Vivian Huang questions need to revive SID

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) legislator-at-large candidate Vivian Huang has expressed concerns about the proposal to reinstate the Special Investigation Division (SID). Huang questions the necessity of reviving the SID when other prosecutors should be capable of handling cases without it. This debate arises from Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih’s recent proposal to revive the disbanded SID. Huang has called on the KMT and Hou to provide specific details and reasoning for restoring the SID before she decides whether to support the initiative. TPP’s presidential candidate Ko Wen-je has also criticized the establishment of new units whenever problems arise, expressing doubts about their effectiveness. Huang, along with other TPP legislator-at-large candidates, has emphasized the need for judicial reforms to combat judicial injustices, unlawful influence-peddling, organized crime, opaque parole processes, and to address challenges faced by prosecutors such as interference, inadequate training, and a rise in fraud cases. These reforms include the introduction of whistle blower protection laws and criminalization of unlawful gifting and influence trading.
    2023/12/04 17:29
  • Taiwan’s first female reservist training begins

    On Tuesday, Taiwan’s female reservists began their 5-day training exercise by simulating an attack from enemy forces. 
    2023/05/11 15:52
  • Military’s new shooting training to simulate actual combat

    Taiwan’s military showcased its new actual combat shooting training on Tuesday (Feb. 21) at the Taoyuan Army base, with foreign media also in attendance.
    2023/02/22 19:54
  • President Tsai stresses value of enhancing military training

    President Tsai Ing-wen traveled to Penghu County to oversee the national army demonstrate combat shooting on Friday (Dec. 30), just 3 days after announcing the extension of Taiwan’s military service.
    2022/12/30 20:33
  • Taiwan extends basic boot camp training to eight weeks

    Taiwan is upping the ante on its military training, as President Tsai Ing-wen announced on Tuesday (Dec. 27) extending compulsory service to one full year. 
    2022/12/28 16:32
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