Transfer ceremony of the Military Students Commander post


On Monday 29 September 2008 in the morning in front of the Military Students Department took place the transfer ceremony of the Student’s Commander Post. Major General Amnart Somprasong has officially passed his responsibilities to Colonel Aroon Imsombat.

The ex and the new Military Students Commander were invited to the podium located on the lawn. About two thousand of military students have taken part in a military parade: Students Battalion 1,    Students Battalion 2, Students Lance-Corporal Battalion, Students Rapid Reaction Battalion, Students Support Corps and Military Doctors and Nurses.

After the parade captain Kraboun Boonthawi has announced that the ex Chief Commander of Students Corps  Amnart  Somprasong has been promoted to Major General according to the HM the King’s royal decree and will be transferred on 1st October 2008 to a new post.

The ex Chief Commander  Amnart  Somprasong said  that he was  transferred to the Infantry on 1st of May 2004 and has been Chief Commander  of Students Corps for about 5 years and 4 months until today. He has worked hard to give the military students good education and prepare them to life in the army. Unfortunately he has now move to the new post in Bangkok but each time he will have time he will come back here to visit his colleagues.

After his speech he has passed officially his responsibility to the new Student Corps Commander Colonel Aroon Imsombat.

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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