Okay.. I understand what pesB2 means but it still doesn't say if I stand a chance to enter OCS like pesB1 and pesA have??
Also, the problem is not when I can enlist, its why my friends have received their NS letter but I haven't receive mine yet? If my friends same age same school received their NS letter shouldn't I too?
PesB2 enlist different time from pesB1 and pesA?
4. Call 24/ 7 NS hotline @ 1800-3676767 to speak to a customer service officer.
You will receive notices from the Central Manpower Base (CMPB) at different times before enlistment.
There are 2 important notices you'll receive from CMPB, these are listed below:
Prepare for PTP/BMT: http://iprep.ns.sg/
Secrets to Pass IPPT: http://lifestyle.www.ns.sg/features/fitnessxchange
Types of Basic Military Training
PES A/B1 BMT
This 9-week programme trains combat-fit recruits in the basic military skills to prepare them for advanced vocational training. The programme includes weapon training with the SAR 21 rifle which will teach recruits technical handling and marksmanship skills; a Battle Inoculation Course that simulates a real battlefield; a Field Camp which develops basic survival skills; progressive training to complete a 24-km route march which builds combat fitness and endurance; and hand grenade training.
For those who fail to achieve the NAPFA test silver award, they are required to undergo an 8-week Physical Training Phase (PTP) prior to the PES A/B1 BMT.
PES BP BMT
As evidence has shown that obese recruits are able to achieve optimum fitness levels and weight loss in about 19 weeks, the new BMT programme for recruits with Body Mass Index (BMI) scores exceeding 27.0 will be 19 weeks. This BMT programme is designed to help obese recruits improve their physical fitness progressively while equipping them with basic soldiering skills and knowledge.
PES B2 BMT
Enlistees who were PES C1 previously underwent a 7-week BMT programme. The new 9-week PES B2 BMT programme will be conducted for recruits who are medically fit for deployment in selected combat and combat support vocations, such as signal operators, combat medics and naval system operators. These recruits will be given a new medical classification of PES B2, in place of the existing PES C1 classification. This is to ensure that the medical classification of our soldiers is consistent with their deployment. The new 9-week programme will include customised physical training, as well as basic combat training to prepare them for their combat and combat support roles.
PES C BMT
The 9-week BMT programme will be conducted for PES C recruits. This programme will include light physical training and vocational training to prepare them for combat service support vocations, such as service medic, and those related to logistics and administration.
PES E BMT
The 4-week BMT programme will be conducted for PES E recruits. This programme will focus on, vocational training as well as National Education, SAF core values, regimentation and discipline to prepare recruits for combat service support vocations.
I'm a pes B2 guy, current vocation as a storeman but do my job as a clerk.
PesB2 no more chance for assesment for command school, dont waste your time, go and up pes if you think you are fit for command school. What for going into combat or combat support when you dont even have a chance to be a commander? Either down pes or up pes, dont get stuck in the middle.