Disabled people did representative military service in Manisa
Disabled people did representative military service in Manisa Disabled people who performed representative military service in Manisa Provincial Gendarmerie Command were discharged by taking an oath. An oath ceremony was held for 15 disabled people who received 1-day military training at the Provincial Gendarmerie Command. Following a moment of silence and the recitation of the National Anthem, 15 disabled gendarmes took an oath on the Turkish flag. Manisa Governor Yaşar Karadeniz, Provincial Gendarmerie Commander Brigadier General Zafer Tombul, Chief Public Prosecutor Ali Ulvi Yılmaz and Provincial Security Director Mesut Gezer handed over dog tags and discharge certificates to the disabled soldiers. Families are proud The families, who met with their children after the ceremonial pass, had emotional moments. Zekeriya Sevinç, the father of 24-year-old Enes Sevinç, one of the disabled soldiers, thanked the authorities. Sevinç expressed that he was very happy to see his son in a soldier's outfit and said: "My son was blessed with military service, even if it was for 1 day. I would also like to thank the Manisa Provincial Gendarmerie Command and the Gördes District Gendarmerie Command staff. We are very emotional. We wanted to see it with this uniform, even if it was for 1 day. We are very happy and proud. We have trained a soldier for this country." Mother Melike Sevinç stated that there was no description of her feelings and said, "I was very touched. I really wanted to see him in soldier's clothing. I am proud to be the mother of such a special child." İsmail Gönlüaçık, the father of İbrahim Gönlüaçık, one of the disabled people who took the oath, said, "It is very nice to experience this feeling. My son and I did our military service. I would like to thank everyone who provided this."

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