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    [quote=tango87;3778524]JMF parade (during Hari Keputeraan DYMM Baginda Sultan Johor Yang Ke-76 Pada 8 Apr 2008) and RMJ lead the Honor Guard of JMF.....

    this parade held at Istana Johor/Muzium Johor...



    God, Sultan Iskandar still able to attend a military ceremony at his age! not so far light years ago, he stood like, 3/4hours+ straight, while presenting Watikah to young officers. He order other vip's to sit, 'Tough as nail'.

    tq tango.
    that's ur kolonel kehormat ggk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggk View Post
    yea right.....he just try to being modest....
    nah... he just too bored to fill in the 'after action report'. too much paper trail...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aebon View Post
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    God, Sultan Iskandar still able to attend a military ceremony at his age! not so far light years ago, he stood like, 3/4hours+ straight, while presenting Watikah to young officers. He order other vip's to sit, 'Tough as nail'.

    tq tango.
    that's ur kolonel kehormat ggk.
    yup, Sultan Iskandar is a very tough person...
    Sultan Iskandar is the only Sultan that walk on his foot(based on his age) on any military inspection ceremony..Sultan Iskandar would not riding on the ceremonial vehicle that provide, he rather walk by foot to check the guard of honor...
    very tough person and very suitable Sultan with the rank Kolonel Kehormat GGK...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango87 View Post
    yup, Sultan Iskandar is a very tough person...
    Sultan Iskandar is the only Sultan that walk on his foot(based on his age) on any military inspection ceremony..Sultan Iskandar would not riding on the ceremonial vehicle that provide, he rather walk by foot to check the guard of honor...
    very tough person and very suitable Sultan with the rank Kolonel Kehormat GGK...
    i still rmember him long time ago...in this huge parade, during the playing of the Johore state anthem, he stop it, went to the mike and curse the man (about 200m away) for not singing the johor anthem....then he added that the second time he cought anyone didnt sing the johore anthem, he will go down and smack their faces him self. .... It is the loudest ever state anthem song i ever heard in my life.

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    One of the pirates’ skiffs also sank in the battle but not from the Fennec’s gunfire, said Ahmad Kamarulzaman.
    Of course, we understand .

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    Quote Originally Posted by nasiru View Post
    Of course, we understand .
    LoL, sorry to disappointed u, that sentence does not carry any other meaning than the word itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. kurien View Post


    it's says that this turret were found at Dusun Tua and it is from the 2nd World War. Believed came from Type 89 Japaness tank. i wonder is it true or not?





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    Saturday December 20, 2008
    [SIZE=5]Quick response from RMN ship saves vessel[/SIZE]
    By LESTER KONG
    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...907&sec=nation

    PETALING JAYA: [*******red]Armed Somali pirates that boarded Chinese crane ship Zhenhua 4 were about to blow the bridge wide open when the Royal Malaysian Navy came to the rescue.

    Nine pirates ran helter-skelter without firing a single shot after there were surprised by the twin machineguns of KD Sri Inderasakti’s Fennec helicopter gunship.
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    The crew on the Zhenghua 4 had earlier locked themselves on the bridge and held off the pirates, which came on two skiffs, for several hours.

    [*******red]The Fennec gunship’s response was the first time an aircraft was deployed to engage pirates holding a merchant vessel in the Gulf of Aden.[/COLOR]

    RMN Fleet Operations Commander Vice-Admiral Datuk Ahmad Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin said the Sri Inderasakti was in the right place and the right time in the pirate-menaced Gulf of Aden on Wednesday when it received a distress call from Zhenhua 4.


    Pirates on the loose: Pirate boats (top) being seen near the Chinese ship ‘Zhenhua 4’ in the Gulf of Aden on Wednesday in this handout photo, while the Chinese vessel’s crew (right) prepare to attempt to repel boarders. — *******

    “And the response from Sri Inderasakti’s response was swift,” he added.

    Relating the incident, Ahmad Kamarulzaman said that the RMN ship received the distress call from the Chinese ship at 8.30am (local time).

    “Commanding officer Kapt Mohamad Adib Abdul Samad immediately despatched the Fennec gunship.

    “At the same time, a request from the European Union’s CTF150 taskforce also came in for us to lend assistance and do whatever was necessary to deter the pirates because we were the nearest vessel to the Zhenhua 4,”
    he told The Star when contacted in Singa- pore.

    Covering 45 nautical miles at 80 knots per hour, the Fennec piloted by Leftenan Muliadi Mohd Noor and air quartermaster Petty Officer Haniffaa Haironi reached Zhenhua 4 in less than 15 minutes.

    “After quickly assessing the situation, Haniffaa fired several warning shots across the bow of the Zhenhua 4. This created panic among the pirates,”
    he said.

    One of the pirates’ skiffs also sank in the battle but not from the Fennec’s gunfire, said Ahmad Kamarulzaman.

    Not long after, Dutch warship HDMS Absalon of the European Union’s CTF150 taskforce arrived to escort the Zhenhua 4 to its destination.

    Ahmad Kamarulzaman said that [*******red]the RMN is sure that there were other pirate vessels in the area as the gunship crew saw what they believed to be the “mother ship.”.[/COLOR]

    The Inderasakti had taken over from the KD Mahawangsa on Dec 12 in the ongoing Ops Fajar to safeguard Malaysian merchant vessels plying the dangerous Gulf of Aden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggk View Post
    ofcourse...their skiff were sank by ikan todak
    no offence, but u can refer to Bernama. Navy cheif clearly explained that RMN personnel avoid direct fire because international aka UN haven decided how could they actually do to the pirates. Now the main purpose of the task force is to scare off pirates, thats all. Same does our detached unit.

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    I see no reason why the Malaysian spokesman should have lied. The boats that these pirates use are old, shabby things and it is very well possible that they fall apart when these pirates panically try to flee from an incoming helicopter and the waves are too high. If they say that they didn't shoot at the pirates than I believe them.

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    lol okay okay...

    im only speculating, because i always listn military story from ex army or navy and its quite fascinating to learn that whats on the news were waaaay off from the real story.

    Anyway i only winding you guys, i know for a fact confrontation were indeed the last option. navy and their law of the sea and tradition have their own way of dealing this i suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango87 View Post
    RMJ (raja muda johor) Tunku Ismail wearing the JMF uniform with stable belt......





    RMJ with JMF camo....(during Kembara Mahkota Johor 2008)







    I love this cam pattern, my wife has a pair of pants in it, the quality of the clothing is very nice as well. Also Canada had the same MAN trucks in Germany, excellent vehicles!! Hope to get some good pictures to post next month when I am in KL and Ipoh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. kurien View Post


    I wonder what he just eat?
    it's look like his trying to eat longan fruit....maybe those english guys never see that kind of fruits...jakun....hahahahaha.....

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    definately not fruit, more like ulat sagu

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