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Ming Dao was doing something a bit more in line with his day job. Ming Dao enlisted about 7 months ago in mid-February for his mandatory military service and was assigned to the army.
He joined the Army Honor Guard unit, which is the unit tasked with performing when there are dignitaries visiting or on major national events. Nothing is bigger than the 10-10 National Day of the Republic of China marking the founding of the Republic.
This year, for the first time in the history of the Tri-Honor Guard Gun Salute Performance at the National Day celebrations, an entertainer was part of the marching formation which consists of armed service members from the army, navy, and marines.
Training for three months Ming Dao finally for the first time in public as welcome a ceremonial army.President of the Republic of Gambia Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh,Greeted by ROC President Ma Ying-jeou and a group of high-ranking central government officials at National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei City.
And the surprise is that the artist of Ming Dao who appeared among the military in personnel. , the next Mingdao will be join the National Day parade, performances, that time is expected to become the first artist to participate in the parade.
Military salute: "Kindly invited to the parade!"
Gambia President Jammeh, President Ma at the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to salute welcomed the artist Ming-being of military service, in the ranks of the ceremonial soldiers, wearing Honor Guard uniform, imposing.
After basic training of the three instrument teams, the Ming this as a salute task, he enlisted in the time just in time for the October National Day, Ming belongs instrument team echelon, has accepted the parade performance training. Parade training: "in place!"
Feet, but the heels must be left to set foot on the flower bed, Ming has also launched the devil training, that time will become the first artist to participate in the parade. Artist Ming: "They want two hands flat on a gun, and then for 15 minutes."