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    Quote Originally Posted by leftenan lan View Post


    both of them were involved directly to save US soldiers during the tragedy in Somalia and they've received PGB for that...still remember movie " Black Hawk Down" ??
    aaa... yeah.... the movie with what i call "THE RAMBO SYNDROME"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. kurien View Post


    Old school enchik siah

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    no pain, no gain...proud to be airborne.

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    still alive....

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    died during airborne landing & exercise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tempest View Post
    Old school enchik siah
    dangerous curve (moustache)... ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggk View Post
    dangerous curve (moustache)... ha ha
    He's probably one of the last of his RSM kind. They don't make those spit and polish parade stomper like that anymore. At least in Singapore

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    Default Malaysian Armed Forces militaryphotos.net picture checklist 1

    Malaysian Armed Forces militaryphotos.net picture checklist (up to page 44)

    Some Post contain more than one category... for example a post with a picture of the airforce and army in one post. To make things easy, i posted the link at both category.


    Royal Malaysian Police: (Police, PGA, PGK, UTK, VAT69, MARINE POLICE)
    #1, #16, #18, #21, #22, #25, #124, #243, #251, #280, #281, #511,


    Malaysian Army: Infantry, Rejimen Askar Melayu Diraja (RAMD), Rejimen Renjer Diraja (RRD), Rejimen Sempadan (RS), Rejimen Askar Wataniah (AW) - Volunteers
    #81, #82, #83, #84, #87, #97, #116, #118, #132, #133, #135, #136, #138, #142, #152, #153, #154, #157, #158, #159, #165, #168, #171, #190, #191, #192, #194, #195, #196, #197, #200, #202, #242, #245, #246, #249, #357, #360, #364, #377, #415, #418, #419, #420, #421, #483, #510, #513, #518, #587, #592, #631,


    Malaysian Army: Grup Gerak Khas (GGK) Army special forces
    #5, #40, #95, #127, #131, #132, #198, #320, #335, #355, #409, #414, #529, #530, #551, #643, #645,


    Malaysian Army: Kor Armor Diraja (KAD) Armor, Mech,
    #53, #59, #60, #62, #76, #77, #78, #79, #140, #148, #149, #150, #151, #162, #171, #183, #204, #277, #309, #310, #316, #373, #394, #395, #400, #408, #410, #411, #431, #456, #471, #473, #475, #476, #477, #499, #500, #501, #547, #554, #557, #559, #560, #562, #569, #574, #611, #615, #617, #618,

    Anti Armor
    #309, #310, #315, #582,


    Malaysian Army: Rejimen Artileri Diraja (RAD)
    #61, #65, #76, #96, #141, #191, #192, #209, #210, #211, #247, #321, #375, #378, #390, #576, #581, #583,


    Malaysian Army: Pasukan Atur Cepat (PAC) Rapid Deployment Force
    #54, #77, #79, #83, #85, #96, #146, #422, #622, #641,


    Malaysian Army: Kor Kesihatan Diraja (KKD) Medical Corp
    #79,


    Malaysian Army: Kor Ordnans Diraja (KOD), Kor Perkhidmatan Diraja (KPD)
    #143, #152


    Malaysian Army: Pasukan Udara Tentera Darat (PUTD) Army Aviation
    #142, #144, #192, #624,


    Sniper: all branch
    #284, #635, #637, #638, #640, #642,


    UN mission, peacekeeping, peace enforcement
    #64, #65, #66, #75, #78, #79, #80, #81, #82, #139, #155, #250, #278, #333, #334, #335, #336, #337, #338, #339, #340, #341, #342, #343, #344, #345, #347, #349, #350, #351, #355, #505,
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    that is one discipline man... did he get allowance for that kind of moustache? i do heard there are "moustache allowance"... don't know is it true or not.

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    Whats the current status of the DEFTECH AV4 Light Armoured Vehicles?

    Seems like the market is good for such light armoured vehicles which is suitable for fighting insurgencies at the moment, any export orders so far?

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    the above is up to page 12. We can revised the subtitle for easier finding, i dont mind.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankee1981 View Post
    Whats the current status of the DEFTECH AV4 Light Armoured Vehicles?

    Seems like the market is good for such light armoured vehicles which is suitable for fighting insurgencies at the moment, any export orders so far?
    I heard that Malaysian police bought 2 of them as anti-riot vehicles, but I have no confirmation for that. No "serious" customer with a bigger order showed up, so from what I know Deftech stopped development of this kit. Malaysian Armed Forces were not interested so far. Would have been cool if they would further develop it into a real MRAP vehicle. The AV4 has the potential to become an indigenous MRAP. It's hull is protected against an 8 Kg mine explosion under the wheel (NATO Stanag 4569 level 3a) which is quite good. But the AV4's interior is not mine suited yet. They need to install some shock-dampened seats with seatbelts for the crews and make the whole layout safer. Than the AV4 would already be quite a decent MRAP.

    Both Indonesia and Thailand bought mine protected vehicles from South Africa for their respective insurgencies. Malaysia could make their own, if they wanted.

    Interior shot of the AV4:

    http://www.malaysiandefence.com

    Those seats are obviously not proper mine-safe. You've achieved nothing for your soldiers if the hull of your vehicle does not crack open in a mine blast, but the impact breaks the soldiers' backs becaues they sit in cheap folding chairs.


    This is what mine-safe seats look like. They are not only more comfortable, they safe lifes!

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    if i wanna buy this AV4... i prefer RECARO... or maybe SPARCO racing seat.

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    me at RMAF anniversary at Kuantan Air Base... not remember the date and year

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    COLT M4 for MAF has arrived.
    ( hope not a repost )

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