NAVAL CHIEF LAUDS NCC CADETS AT DGNCC REPUBLIC DAY CAMP 2017

NAVAL CHIEF LAUDS NCC CADETS AT
DGNCC REPUBLIC DAY CAMP 2017

Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) visited the DG NCC Republic Day Camp at Cariappa Parade Ground, Delhi Cantt and he was received by DG NCC, Lt Gen Vinod Vashisht, VSM & Bar.
The Chief of Naval Staff reviewed an impressive ‘Guard of Honour’ by the smartly turned out Cadets drawn from all the three Wings of NCC i.e. Army, Navy and Air Force. This was followed by a brilliant band display by the cadets. The CNS also inspected the well laid out flag areas prepared by the NCC cadets from all the 17 NCC Directorates depicting various Social Awareness themes. He visited the NCC ‘Hall of Fame’ thereafter.
Later, the Admiral witnessed a sterling cultural performance put up by the multi talented Cadets depicting the rich Indian Culture.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief of Naval Staff complimented the Cadets for presenting an impressive ‘Guard of Honour’. He was visibly impressed by the smart turnout and drill of the Cadets. He stated that NCC is a premier youth organisation single- mindedly engaged in grooming Nation’s Future leaders & empowering them to don the mantle of country’s leadership as well as excel in all walks of life. He noted the noble contribution of NCC Cadets towards Nation Building and their indomitable spirit and empathy during calamities. He also appreciated efforts in pursuit of naval activities to include long duration and high risk sailing. The CNS also urged the NCC Cadets to join the armed forces and serve the motherland.

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