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The new planes were likely to be stationed at Taichung City's Chingchuankang Air Force Base, while its Indigenous Defense Fighters would be moved to the east coast to replace the aging F-5E/F which will soon go into retirement, the Apple Daily reported.
It was part of their "farewell fly past" before they hang up their wings and go into retirement.
Wong explained that most drivers also chose to go into retirement with their vehicles.
'I am not sure how many [advisers and assistants] would be reappointed or go into retirement. The current ones, from the [previous] 5th mandate, must have their positions terminated, and we will look further into it as new ones are appointed for the new government,' Siphan said.
'When people go into retirement or are retrenched, they never think about tomorrow.
"Retirement has been great, but as you know and everyone knows, I go into retirement and I come back," he said.
He said: "No, that can go into retirement again, no dancing for me tonight.
With AP McCoy set to go into retirement after contesting the major prizes this spring, Nicholls backed his stable rider Sam Twiston-Davies to win the jockeys' title.
There's nothing more than a knockout defeat that makes you think 'right, that's it, I know now' and I can go into retirement happy and content that I gave it a go.
He succeeds Bob Margevich, who has chosen to go into retirement.
army chiefs for decades, but was ordered to go into retirement on Sunday.
Earlier Wednesday, BSP launched the idea to postpone the new years of service requirement until 2014, saying it is not a real reform since it only increases the retirement insurance expenditures, but not revenues and aims at restricting people, who wish to go into retirement. The Socialists further demand a stage by stage increase of retirement contributions.