President Luis Abenader handed over the commanding sword to 46 cadets of the Army of the Dominican Republic, Investors left them as graduates of military sciences at the Batala de las Carreras Military Academy, equivalent to the rank of second lieutenant, the rank they graduated from the institution.
One woman was recognized as the number one student in her class, graduating with honors from Suma Cum Laude. Paloma Escarlet Alcantara Monteiro received another honor in her academic application.
Accompanied by the High Military Command of the Dominican State, Abenader took the oath of conscripts trained in military, moral, material, scientific and professional conditions.
They also took courses in leadership, hunters, human rights and international humanitarian law, basic intelligence and training for army trainers.
The Minister of Defense, Carlos Luciano Díaz Morva, presented the testimonies to the military one by one, starting with the most prominent ones.
Abenader wore a black jacket and tie to the ceremony, and sat on the chair in a manner sculpted back and a national shield on top.
In their distinct white and ironed uniforms, the recruits took center stage at the ceremony, seated on a platform inside an Olympic-size swimming pool, while their families escorted them from the right side.
The president was accompanied by the director of the Batala de las Carreras Military Academy, Escal A. Montella Almanzar. Director of the National Police Eduardo Alberto and then members of the General Staff of the Armed Forces.