120 Military Graduates Take an Oath of Allegiance at Angkor Wat

New batch of 120 graduated military students took an oath of allegiance to their official duty in front of Cambodia's prominent Angkor Wat Temple.

Gen. Hun Manet, Deputy Chairman of Joint Staff of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) and Deputy Commander of Royal Cambodian Army led the ceremony lately at Siem Reap province.

The military graduates were shortlisted from over 800 students and have gone through almost four-year comprehensive training and study.

Swearing-in at Angkor Wat by the graduates, as explained by Gen. Hun Manet, conveys pride as Cambodians because the site represents the most prosperous period of the Kingdom, wherein soldiers were the nation's backbone.

Like previous batches, the military graduates have essential roles to prevent security, stability and peace for the people.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press