Reported By: LI, Tian-Yu/ Summary Report
To show gratitude for the hard work demonstrated by soldiers in outlying islands, Military Police Command Commander Lieutenant-General Huang, Chin-Tsai, accompanied by Director of Political Warfare Major General Yu, Command 203 Commander Colonel Chang as well as other officers, went over to the Kinmen Military Police yesterday to aid in disease prevention preparations as well as to advocate military discipline, in which he strictly ordered subordinates to abide by all military discipline demands so that the honor of the unit can be maintained.
The commander stressed to the colleagues the necessity of upholding an attitude of “self-discipline,” to elevate one’s skillsets by conducting lifelong learning and higher education, thereby elevating one’s self-value in his/her military career journey.
Aside from wishing everyone happy holidays early, Commander Huang noted that the colleagues shall continue to exercise all disease prevention measures due to the recent rise in infection numbers of the pandemic, in which one shall enhance the execution of the “One No Five Yes” measure. Additionally, one should avoid being in public or crowded, or even attend large-scale events, thereby ensuring the normal functioning of the team and the completeness of the team’s combat strength. Lastly, Commander Huang emphasized that military police officers shall maintain an attitude of “strict inspection, strict elimination,” to enhance the task of internal management, act in accordance with the key point of “designated duty for personnel, designated position for objects, and designated rules for matters,” which in turn shall elevate the recognition and the cohesiveness of the team, thereby collectively safeguarding the honor of the military police.
(This article is adopted from Youth Daily of the Military of National Defense)