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post Apr 23 2013, 10:17 PM


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VRHNIKA, Slovenia -- Soldiers of the Slovenian Armed Forces, Joint Forces Command Headquarters here stand in formation during an operational brief for Admiral James G. Stavridis, Supreme Allied Commander Europe, U.S. European Command commander, Nov. 13. the Admiral made a two day visit to the country to meet with the top defense leaders

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post Apr 23 2013, 10:21 PM


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those helmet looks cool
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post Apr 23 2013, 10:49 PM


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QUOTE(souless223 @ Apr 23 2013, 10:21 PM)
those helmet looks cool
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That's the crew's helmet, but I wonder why they holding the same rifle as the infantry hmm.gif
Usually they got issued with only light weapons.
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post Apr 24 2013, 12:06 AM


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just watched 1 minute of Rentas Samudera..a muvie bout TLDM..and just as we can expect from a malay movie >> Cintan cintun..cintan all the way madafaka..a captain scandal with his CO..feel like wanna kill aziz m. osman rite now..
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post Apr 24 2013, 12:17 AM


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QUOTE(KYPMbangi @ Apr 23 2013, 10:49 PM)
That's the crew's helmet, but I wonder why they holding the same rifle as the infantry hmm.gif
Usually they got issued with only light weapons.
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in a mechanized section,everyone is infantry

crew dengan dismount sama je training dia,boleh tukar2 role

a wheeled armoured vehicle isn't complicated enough to warrant specialised crew training

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post Apr 24 2013, 12:34 PM


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Training to Be A Sharper Panzer Strike Force
 
(Source: Singapore Ministry of Defence; issued April 23, 2013)
 
BERGEN, Germany --- One-up, two-up, echelon left, echelon right and bounding-over-watch. These are fighting formations that the 48th Battalion, Singapore Armoured Regiment (48 SAR) has executed with Leopard 2SG Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) at Exercise Panzer Strike in Germany.

Held on the undulating plains of Bergen-NATO training area - whose live-firing ranges provide three times the maximum firing distance of ranges in Singapore - the armour troopers' progressive training will conclude with a company live-firing exercise involving 13 Leopard 2SG MBTs operating together and providing fire support for one another.

The fifth in the series since it started in 2009, Exercise Panzer Strike is being held from 8 Apr to 21 May this year. "Panzer" is German for armour.

From this year, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) will be able to train in Germany twice a year as part of a recent agreement between Singapore and Germany.

During his introductory visit to Germany from 22 to 24 Apr, Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen met with his counterpart Dr Thomas de Maizière in Berlin. Both parties reaffirmed the warm and growing bilateral relations between Singapore and Germany, and expressed commitment to further strengthen and expand bilateral defence cooperation. Dr Ng also conveyed Singapore's appreciation of the German government's support for the SAF's armour training in Germany.

Singapore and Germany signed a Defence Cooperation Agreement in September 2005 to formalise their defence interactions. Both countries interact regularly in a range of defence interactions, such as visits, military exchanges, professional courses, policy dialogues and technology collaboration. Dr de Maizière will also be participating in this year's Shangri-La Dialogue, which will be held in June in Singapore.

As part of his visit to Germany, Dr Ng will visit the SAF troops at Exercise Panzer Strike later today.

For 48 SAR's 2nd Company, this annual exercise is an important milestone in ensuring that they are ready to perform operational duties, said the battalion's commanding officer Major (MAJ) Lim Han Yong. "In Singapore, 800m is the maximum range at which we can engage the targets. Over here, we can engage targets that are as far as 2,500m away."

Another benefit of the large training area in Germany is being able to have moving tanks fire at moving targets, a configuration that is not possible in Singapore because of space limitations. "This enhances the realism (of the exercise) and the training competencies of our crewmen," added MAJ Lim.

Another highlight of training there is the opportunity to fire the 120mm live round from the Leopard 2SG MBT. Lance Corporal (LCP) Chad Augustin, who is in charge of loading these rounds, described his experience as "fantastic".

Speaking with a newfound confidence after having successfully completed several platoon-level live-firing exercises on the Leopard 2SG MBT as part of a four-man crew, the 19-year-old noted: "Training in Singapore is about honing your drills whereas here, it's about experiencing the live-firing. If you'd asked me just two weeks ago, I'd probably tell you I'll never make it (as a loader). But now, I feel like I can do anything."

Master Warrant Officer (MWO) Lim Siang Yam, Wing Commander of the School of Armour's Specialist Training Wing, was also at Exercise Panzer Strike with 158 Armour Infantry (AI) instructors and trainees, a large majority of whom had just graduated from the 05/12 Specialist Cadet Course.

This is the first time AI troopers are at Exercise Panzer Strike, and the three-week live-firing exercise in Germany will cap off their training as specialists in the armour formation.

Back home, AI troopers practise their skills on the Armour Gunnery Training Simulator. While the simulator helps the troopers sharpen their gunnery skills, MWO Lim pointed out that it required a lot more to accurately take down both stationary and moving targets during a live-firing exercise.

"The fatigue level and mental stress is very different as they have a lot more preparation prior to the live-firing," said the 48-year-old.

AI trainee 3SG Jeevan S/O Mahendran said that after his live-firing exercise, he was more confident of the voice procedures when operating the BIONIX Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) as well as of the different roles that being a vehicle commander, a gunner and a trooper entailed. "I feel more confident to take care of and lead my men in the future."


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post Apr 24 2013, 02:02 PM


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QUOTE(atreyuangel @ Apr 24 2013, 02:02 PM)
cutie PDRM puppy in training  wub.gif

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post Apr 24 2013, 02:11 PM


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QUOTE(atreyuangel @ Apr 24 2013, 02:02 PM)
cutie PDRM puppy in training  wub.gif

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we wont be saying cute in a few months

mahal woo nak train sekor,dekat sejuta
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QUOTE(heavyduty @ Apr 24 2013, 02:11 PM)
we wont be saying cute in a few months

mahal woo nak train sekor,dekat sejuta
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bapak aku cerita, mula2 war dogs ni kene established in 70s pure bred dibawa masuk ke PULADA
Bapak aku kata makanan Anjing ni satu hari RM15.00, Askar punya makanan baru RM3.40 sehari

tp satu benda yang bapak aku kata paling kagum, mmg disiplin gila, heli mendarat sebelah pn duduk diam je
kalo anjing lain bunyi bising dah sakit telinga dah memekak!
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post Apr 24 2013, 02:51 PM


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human can't detect bombs and be trackers

it takes 3 months to train a soldier,takes 1 year to train a dog

pernah tengok dog handler kena court martial sebab MWD dia pengsan.lulz
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post Apr 24 2013, 03:11 PM


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huhu good we get
Smart-S Mk2 3D medium to long range surveillance radar
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reading some article from marhalim abas regarding the project

they concerned of some difficulties in using current 3D radar as it have many, many mode where to change form one mode to a another was kinda problematic especially in quick response crisis..is most 3D radar like this?

& regarding choosing NSM for new LCS project, they said TLDM didn't want any stuff from MBDA anymore..they actually will consider anything as long as not MBDA, but they didn't tell why...any story u know about this?
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QUOTE(keown83 @ Apr 24 2013, 03:11 PM)
reading some article from marhalim abas regarding the project

they concerned of some difficulties in using current 3D radar as it have many, many mode where to change form one mode to a another was kinda problematic especially in quick response crisis..is most 3D radar like this?

& regarding choosing NSM for new LCS project, they said TLDM didn't want any stuff from MBDA anymore..they actually will consider anything as long as not MBDA, but they didn't tell why...any story u know about this?
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just takes them as a grain of slat.
last time I told them NSM might be chosen. they dun believe it.
last-last MA come out with NSM article. laugh.gif

TLDM not dun wan MBDA thing but they are looking for some good stuff.
exocet going to be end by 2020. anyway.

saying 3d radar is slow response is quite a BS.
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QUOTE(heavyduty @ Apr 24 2013, 02:51 PM)
human can't detect bombs and be trackers

it takes 3 months to train a soldier,takes 1 year to train a dog

pernah tengok dog handler kena court martial sebab MWD dia pengsan.lulz
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loh, serius bisnes

QUOTE(GIJoe1950 @ Apr 24 2013, 03:18 PM)
Kepala otak kau! Sejuta, itu dah harga songlap! Even a Pure breed German trained 'working breed' also around RM200,000 the highest! brows.gif
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ni kepala hotak kau berjambul balik
HD tu askar Canada bukan ATM la bangang!
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China's second aircraft carrier will be "larger"
By Mu Xuequan | 24 April 2013 Wednesday | 05:56:40

BEIJING, April 23 (Xinhua) -- A senior officer with the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy said on Tuesday that "China will have more than one aircraft carrier."

Song Xue, deputy chief of staff of the PLA Navy, told foreign military attaches at a ceremony to celebrate the Navy's 64th founding anniversary in Beijing, "The next aircraft carrier we need will be larger and carry more fighters."

However, Song said some foreign media reports on China's building new aircraft carriers in Shanghai were not accurate.

Currently, China operates one aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, which was refitted based on a Russian-made unfinished carrier and delivered to the Navy on Sept. 25, 2012. The PLA Navy was founded on April 23, 1949.

Song, a Real Admiral of the Navy, said the Liaoning does not belong to any of the Navy's three fleets, but under direct command and management of the Navy's headquarters.

Zhang Zheng, the Liaoning's Captain, told foreign military attaches that his crew members have mastered independently operations of all the weapon systems on the carrier.

The Liaoning has a full displacement of more than 50,000 tonnes. The carrier's original design allows it to carry about 30 fixed-wing aircraft.Song Xue said the Navy hoped that the next carrier could be larger to load more aircraft.

He also revealed that the Navy is building naval aviation force for the Liaoning, and there will be at least two aviation regiments on one carrier, including fighters, reconnaissance aircraft, anti-submarine aircraft, electronic countermeasure (ECM) planes and rotary-wing aircraft.

The Liaoning has conducted successful take-off and landing tests of its carrier-borne J-15 fighters, the main striking force of China's carrier group.

Song said the J-15 still needs a lot more trial tests before being operational on the carrier, and there will be more J-15 fighters as the Navy conducts more test flights.

The officer said China's future carrier group will be composed of carrier, destroyers, frigates, submarines and supply ship.

According to Song, more than one thousand Chinese enterprises have participated in the construction and refitting work of the Liaoning.

The officer also promised that the Navy will invite foreign military attaches to visit the Liaoning.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/20...c_124622000.htm
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post Apr 24 2013, 04:44 PM


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dog haram...train and support war cat..lol~ biggrin.gif
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post Apr 24 2013, 04:52 PM


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dog haram...train and support war cat..lol~ biggrin.gif
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Tak haram. Ada cara nak handle anjing especially yang dibela khas untuk tujuan2 tertentu seperti assisting in police/military operations.
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QUOTE(FlameReaper @ Apr 24 2013, 04:52 PM)
Tak haram. Ada cara nak handle anjing especially yang dibela khas untuk tujuan2 tertentu seperti assisting in police/military operations.
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yep, pastu rasanya dah ada samak dalam bentuk sabun dahkan ?
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yep, pastu rasanya dah ada samak dalam bentuk sabun dahkan ?
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I think atreyuangel said something about the handling of war dogs some pages back

but I too lazy to find tongue.gif
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