02 Feb '11, 1am

You've lived it, now watch it on TV: Reality series featuring 14 Singaporean men undergoing BMT to air on TV soon

You've lived it, now watch it on TV: Reality series featuring 14 Singaporean men undergoing BMT to air on TV soon

Young national servicemen assembling and stripping their SAR21 assault rifles during basic military training, in one of the scenes from Every Singaporean Son. The programme, which made its debut on video-sharing website YouTube, will be shown on StarHub's National Geographic Channel next month. -- PHOTO: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

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