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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Chief View Post
    The copyright of these pics goes to you or Angkasa magazine ?
    i captured it with my phone, taken from angkasa magz.. just want to make it sure...

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    another appearance of KRI Banjarmasin 592, on the graduation ceremony of military academy..


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    Quote Originally Posted by fcaesarn View Post
    i captured it with my phone, taken from angkasa magz.. just want to make it sure...
    from my understanding, what master chief trying to tell is about that "copyright" word. just a wild guess. cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Chief View Post
    I guess they are the "flying dagger" squad.
    i saw KOPASSUS's DET 81 too with the 3 daggers

    Indonesian specops practice Merpati Putih thats why they just knock down the bad guy with their daggers... i think so

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnakPencen View Post
    i saw KOPASSUS's DET 81 too with the 3 daggers

    Indonesian specops practice Merpati Putih thats why they just knock down the bad guy with their daggers... i think so
    Or perhaps because it was around Iedul Adha?

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    The flypass by f-16 and su-27/30 on Military Academy graduation..




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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Chief View Post
    Sorry, my mistake.
    The top one: Marines' Taifib.
    The bottom one: Navy's Denjaka.
    Anyhow, most likely the personnel are the same.
    sorry, bro. the top one, is it not Kopaska logo?

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    Wednesday, December 23, 2009

    Indonesia to equip navy with Chinese-made missiles

    This is not news per se, as two sets of YJ-82 (C-802) were installed on two Indonesian PB-57 patrol boat back in March 2008 in a 11 USD million deal. According to the Indonesian navy, the cost of the C-802 is less than half of the French MM40 Exocet Block II.

    RI warships to be equipped with Chinese-made missiles
    http://www.antara.co.id/en/news/1261...-made-missiles

    Monday, December 21, 2009 18:45 WIB | National | | Viewed 618 time(s)
    Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian Navy`s warships will be equipped with missiles made in China, Navy Chief of Staff Admiral Agus Suhartono said here on Monday.

    "We will continue to procure C-802 missiles from China after we tested the weapon with good results,` he said adding that the Indonesian Navy was also negotiating with China to obtain C-705 missiles that were more slender in shape.

    "Both types of missile will be added to the armament of of the navy`s fast patrol boats and Van Speijk warships," Agus said.

    He said the navy would increase the combat capabilities of its Van Speijk and fast patrol boats by integrating their armament systems with weaponry from China.

    "We are still unable to make missiles domestically. But fortunately, state shipbuilding firm PT PAL already has the technology to integrate weapon systems imported from abroad with those already in place on our warships," he said.

    The navy chief admitted with limited budget for his department, his officials would continue making a priority scale on the procurement of weaponry system.

    "Our main priority now is security in sea border areas and the outer islands of Indonesia," he said adding that the navy would also replace some 27 of its warships with newer types and better combat capabilities.

    Agus Suhartono had previously said Indonesia`s western waters were ****e to various maritime crimes such as smuggling, human trafficking and poaching.

    "The sea crimes are not the only problems we have in the western waters. In these areas we also have border problems with India, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia," the navy chief said.

    He said that in order to maintain security in the area, the navy conducted routine patrols in the Indonesian western waters. It had maintained a joint patrols with its counterparts from India, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia.

    As a result, the maritime crime rate in the western waters had dropped , particularly in the Malacca Strait. (*)

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    Indonesia to equip navy with Chinese-made missiles
    16:40, December 22, 2009
    http://english.people.com.cn/90001/9...1/6849377.html
    Indonesia is going to equip its own navy's warships with missiles made in China so as to upgrade combat capabilities, Agus Suhartono, Indonesian Navy Chief of Staff Admiral said Monday.

    "We will continue to procure C-802 missiles from China after we test the weapon with good results,” he said adding that the Indonesian Navy was also negotiating with China to obtain C-705 missiles that were more slender in shape.

    "Both types of missile will be added to the armament of the navy’s fast patrol boats and Van Speijk warships," Agus said.

    "We are still unable to make missiles domestically. But fortunately, state shipbuilding firm PT PAL already has the technology to integrate weapon systems imported from abroad with those already in place on our warships," he said.

    Indonesian navy will continue making it a priority to procure weaponry systems, despite the limited military budget.

    "Our main priority now is security in sea border areas and the outer islands of Indonesia," Agus said. "Crimes at Sea are not the only problems we have in the western waters. In these areas we also have border disputes with India, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia."

    By People's Daily Online
    http://china-defense.blogspot.com/20...h-chinese.html

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    Marines board to Ambalat

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    credit to detik..com

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    Marines board to Ambalat

    Geez... I know those Marines are tough but.. look at thier equipment..
    No ANTI TANK or at least Recoilless Weapon w/ anti tank capabilities, No MANPADS, NO AGL, NO HMG, and NO Body Armor....
    This is just same as suicide...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumble_bamz View Post
    Geez... I know those Marines are tough but.. look at thier equipment..
    No ANTI TANK or at least Recoilless Weapon w/ anti tank capabilities, No MANPADS, NO AGL, NO HMG, and NO Body Armor....
    This is just same as suicide...
    those stuff probably were transported in the cargo area. No sense of hauling heavy weapon all the way.

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    The Marines on the bottom right (4th pic), with tan jungle hats & red shoulder strings, are the elites. They are the Taifib. Some of them could be Denjaka members as well.

    These Marines are sent to Ambalat water not for war, but more to maintain Indonesian presence. Some of them are/will be remotely stationed on the man-made islands with a light-house & red-white flag. These light-houses are the marks of Indonesian boundaries. On some occasions, these front stationed soldiers are separated only by a few hundred meters with TLDM patrol ships. Normally via radio, they exchanged "Salamalaikum", "Who is better, Siti Nurhaliza or KD ?", etc....

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    Marines board to Ambalat

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    Heard that the Pistol Serbu's being done by Pindad, seemingly transferred from army control. Anyone has some info on this development?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Chief View Post
    The Marines on the bottom right (4th pic), with tan jungle hats & red shoulder strings, are the elites. They are the Taifib. Some of them could be Denjaka members as well.

    These Marines are sent to Ambalat water not for war, but more to maintain Indonesian presence. Some of them are/will be remotely stationed on the man-made islands with a light-house & red-white flag. These light-houses are the marks of Indonesian boundaries. On some occasions, these front stationed soldiers are separated only by a few hundred meters with TLDM patrol ships. Normally via radio, they exchanged "Salamalaikum", "Who is better, Siti Nurhaliza or KD ?", etc....
    hopefully they will not be interfered by a third radio operator that says "hey dudes... Beyonce still the best"

    lol

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    Thanks for the photos.

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