This regular program aimed to give students an opportunity to experience the activities of border guards, thereby igniting their love for these soldiers. Apart from artistic performances, children excitedly joined the "Soldier's Talents" contest, during which they exchanged with border guards, listened to stories, and experienced being a soldier by crossing obstacles, marching in formation, and providing first aid for the injured. Activities during the event aimed to help children enhance their speed, strength, endurance, and agility, independence, and teamwork skills.

Students experience being a soldier on the battlefield.

Children experienced heading to the battlefield to defend the country, fight against foreign invaders, and celebrate victory. Along with physical activities, they visited the unit's farming areas.

Joining the program for the first time, Huynh Thi Kim Giang, a teacher of Tam Quan Bac Kindergarten, highlighted the significance of the “Children learn to be soldiers" program. She said that this program helped participants have a better understanding about the hardships and difficulties confronting Uncle Ho’s soldiers, especially border guards who work tirelessly to safeguard the Fatherland. The event also helped students develop their physical skills and strengthen unity and mutual assistance.

Children celebrating victory

According to Political Commissar of Tam Quan Nam Border Post Lieutenant Colonel Giap Van Nam, over the past time, the unit has organized many extracurricular sessions to provide students with valuable knowledge about the borders, national sovereignty, and responsibility in protecting the country's sovereignty and territory.

In the future, the unit will continue to fulfill its core role and responsibilities in disseminating information and mobilizing locals to participate in safeguarding national sovereignty over sea and islands. It will also spread the patriotic spirit and ignite national pride among people, so that they join hands to protect the sacred sea and islands of the Fatherland.

Translated by Tran Hoai