SAFRA National Service Association

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SAFRA National Service Association is an organisation that was formed as a recreation club for servicemen from the Singapore Armed Forces. This was also how SAFRA got its name: "Singapore Armed Forces Recreation Association".

History[edit]

SAFRA was started on 2 July 1972 and was launched by, then Defense Minister of Singapore, Dr Goh Keng Swee.[1]

Mission[edit]

The SAFRA Mission

"To be a dynamic institution effective in bonding NSmen through a network of quality lifestyle clubs, services and activities. We shall be reputed for our good value and innovation."

This was to reward servicemen for their service to the nation with some relaxation from their hectic lives.

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