Not Only Good At Guarding Borders, The Indonesian Pamtas Task Force-PNG Infantry Battalion 123/Rajawali Is Able To Become A Teacher In The Sota District Of Papua
Danpos Yakyu Satgas Pamtas RI-PNG Infantry Battalion 123/Rajawali First Lieutenant Inf Darwin Simanullang donated school bags and books (ANTARA)
PAPUA - Soldiers from the National Armed Forces (TNI), Pamtas Task Force RI-PNG Infantry Battalion 123/Rajawali under Kolakopsrem 174/ATW Merauke are not only skilled in maintaining border area security. The soldiers are also required to be involved in the development of human resources in the area of duty.
This is evident when they became teachers at the pre-school - elementary school  (PAUD-SD) school neighborhood unit (RT) 03 Yakyu, Rawabiru Village, Sota District, Merauke Regency, Papua. Not only that, school bags and books were also given to students.
The Commander of the Task Force (Dansatgas) of the Pamtas Battalion 123/RW Lt. Col. Inf Goklas P. Silaban said that the distribution of books and school bags was a task he led to motivate children to be enthusiastic in studying.
"So that in the future we can excel in order to achieve the desired goals. I have ordered all ranks of the Pos Task Force to always care about children and teach education," he said in a written statement, Antara, Sunday, November 28.
Dansatgas Lieutenant Colonel Goklas Silaban admitted that students cannot go to school face-to-face every day because they are still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

Meanwhile, Post Commander (Danpos) Yakyu Letda Inf Darwin Simanullang along with members went directly to the location to provide a number of books and school bags for the children.
The provision of books and bags is a manifestation of the TNI task force's concern for children at the border of this country.
"In the future this will continue to be on the agenda of the Task Force's activities," he said.
Students receiving school bags and books, Samson and Raily expressed their gratitude and were very happy to the TNI Task Force for providing school bags.
"It's nice to learn, especially since the bag and books are brand new, thank you soldier," said Samson and Raily in a happy tone.

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