Alumna FK TNI
Dyah Listyaningtyas (far right) during her inauguration. (Photo by courtesy)
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UNAIR NEWS – Being a medical student with a busy routine and demands to master various lecture materials, does not make Dyah Listyaningtyas discouraged. In fact, Dyah enjoyed her activities.

Dyah, born on June 17, 1993, is a native of Tuban. Dyah is an alumna of FK UNAIR who has followed the first education of TNI year 2018 in Akmil Magelang.

“My goal is to be a member of TNI but destiny made me a doctor, because I was accepted in UNAIR Medicine before I enlist to be a soldier,” said Dyah.

During her struggle to be a doctor, she kept looking a way to be a soldier. Apparently, TNI opened admission through 2 ways namely MABEA TNI and PAPK regular.

“I signed up through MABEA TNI, since the 7th semester I have joined with the Indonesian Navy (TNI AL). At that time my status has become a TNI trainee, I must perform physical guidance in Lantamal V AL. I happened to be an athlete and a member of Volleyball club so I am ready to carry out the first military education of TNI in Magelang, “he said.

Furthermore, according to Dyah, military education taught her many things, especially for their personality and mental. In addition, it is also part of learning to have an unyielding spirit and gratitude for God’s gifts.

“Things I cannot forget is the opportunity to be in the same photo with Indonesian Military commander and chief of staff. From here my next plan is to undergo basic education Matra Laut and the followed with Intership program. And a long-term plan, if given the opportunity, I would join the UN peacekeeping force, ” said the navy soldier.

In the military academy, he added, there is an advice from the former President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono which is inspiring: “There is no easy road to achieve great ideals”.

“Life is simple, ambition make it complicated, control yourself and do your best because a pearl will never lose its shine even in the dirtiest mud,” said the alumna of Faculty of Medicine UNAIR.

Author: Rolista Dwi Oktaviani

Editor: Nuri Hermawan

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