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post Jul 11 2019, 07:29 AM

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QUOTE(Fat & Fluffy @ Jul 9 2019, 07:24 PM)
tq tq

actually i hv not encounter civil defence in msia b4...
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Bizarrely, most of their job here is for wild animal control. If you wanna get rid of a snake in your house, confirm either call Bomba or APM. laugh.gif

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QUOTE(lucifer_666 @ Jul 11 2019, 01:09 AM)
new leak???the media will have fun on this. laugh.gif
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post Jul 11 2019, 08:34 AM

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Malaysian Armed Forces ensure better operational interoperability with a dedicated Joint Force Headquarters

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The development of the fully equipped Joint Force Headquarters (Markas Angkatan Bersama-MAB) Complex in Sungai Panching here will enable the planning, co-ordination and joint operations handling aspects to be implemented in an orderly manner.

Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) chief General Tan Sri Zulkifli Zainal Abidin said the coherency, commitment and cooperation of the three branches of service, namely land, sea and air, were very much emphasised upon to ensure national defence would continue to be strong.

In addition, developing the capacity of the MAF was always prioritised, including in the development of the complex on a 39 ha site which was also equipped with an administrative centre, operations centre and a sophisti­cated joint warfare centre which could accommodate a large number of exercise participants.

‘’Sungai Panching was selected because of its strategic position close to major transportations, whether via air or sea and road access which can connect army camps, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) and the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF).

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‘’The complex also proves that we have the capacity to conduct in situ training with adequate and sophisticated infrastructure and facilities,’’ he said at the Sungai Panching Camp MAB Operations parade ceremony here.

Also present were RMN chief Admiral Datuk Reza Mohd Sany, RMAF chief General Tan Sri Affendi Buang and MAB chief Lieutenant General Datuk Suhaimi Mohd Zuki.

‘’I fervently hope that with the availability of the conducive administration centre, facilities and operations infrastructure, the domestic and global operations and numerous training involving bilateral, multilateral and even multinational participations can be handled more systematically and resolutely.

‘’The operations of the MAB must be capable of becoming an example and excellence benchmark not only to the three branches of service but also to outside organisa­­tions and armed forces of other nations,” he added. – Bernama

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post Jul 11 2019, 09:54 AM

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Malaysian lawmakers furious over encroachment of foreign fishermen, call for stricter measures in revised Fisheries Bill

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The Harian Metro's exclusive report yesterday received the attention of MPs when they linked the issue of fishermen's invasion in the debate on the Fisheries Bill (Amendment) Bill 2019 in Dewan Rakyat, here.

The issue became the focus after Mohd Shahar Abdullah (BN-Paya Besar) lifted and presented the front page of the Harian Metro while quoting Dr Azman Ismail's debate (PH-Kuala Kedah).

Dr Azman was the first speaker of 36 delegates debating the second reading Bill of Fisheries (Amendment) Bill.

Mohd Shahar called on the ministry to clarify the issues that the Special Harian Metro exposé revealed.

He praised the exposé of this newspaper which he described as taking a risk of exposing the corruption and defending the livelihood of local fishermen.

"I woke up this morning and read Harian Metro. I highly admire the efforts of the Harian Metro Special Squad who are willing to risk their lives in this exposé.

"How can there be two ships using the same registration? All this needs to be investigated by the minister, "he said.

Shaharizukirnain Abd Kadir (PAS-Setiu) also questioned whether there was an intervention by a third party other than the related agencies on the issue of the invasion of foreign fishermen in the country's waters.

He also followed Harian Metro's report on the issue and asked the government to help provide funds for local fishermen to buy new boats.

Kemaman MP Che Alias ​​Hamid also touched on the exposé through Harian Metro's report and hoped that uncompromising action would be taken on the responsible parties.

"To what extent vessel monitoring operations will be taken as enforcement is seen to be weaker today. I want to know also what use of the latest technology to prevent encroachment, "he said.

The issue was also touched by Sik representative Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman, who urged the government to take immediate action to prevent local fishermen from being affected.

"What Harian Metro has reported is very serious because of plundering the livelihood of local fishermen. Please consider, Honorable Minister, "he said.

Meanwhile, Bagai Serai Member of Parliament Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali suggested that the government impose a maximum fine including firing on encroaching foreign vessels.

"Capture these thieves immediately," he said.

Meanwhile, Kuala Terengganu MP Ahmad Amzad Mohamed recommends more Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) to be allocated to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) to address the issue of invasion of foreign fishermen.

"I was informed that our patrol assets have unsatisfactory maintenance times. Patrol assets need to be maintained well and efficiently so that operations are not interrupted.

"In addition, I would like to get an explanation of the actual number of MMEA patrol vessels today in ready-to-serve condition to handle the current problems," he said.

He added that enforcement agencies need to be supplied with high-tech assets such as OPVs to expand enforcement activities.

"It is understood that these vessels has been a great success for example the KM Pekan in Terengganu every day have detained an average six fishing boats a day, an achievement that I am very proud of.

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"In fact, more maintenance provisions allow them to operate from 70 to 200 nautical miles for a longer time.

"The government needs to provide motherships for the MMEA so that they can be in our waters at all times," he said.[/B]

The session also received the same reaction from other elected representatives including Datuk Dr Abd Latiff Ahmad (PH-Mersing) who recommended the proposed collaboration and discussion on this issue with all Asean countries.

Most of the representatives who discussed also supported the firm action taken to address the issue of invasion of Vietnamese fishermen.

Harian Metro in an exclusive report yesterday revealed the confession of the middleman who exposed the corruption of local boat operators that benefit encroaching Vietnamese fishermen.

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post Jul 11 2019, 10:13 AM

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QUOTE(MilitaryMadness @ Jul 11 2019, 09:29 AM)
Bizarrely, most of their job here is for wild animal control. If you wanna get rid of a snake in your house, confirm either call Bomba or APM. laugh.gif

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hmm, i wonder why cant integrate both like singkieland

QUOTE(MilitaryMadness @ Jul 11 2019, 10:34 AM)
Malaysian Armed Forces ensure better operational interoperability with a dedicated Joint Force Headquarters

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The development of the fully equipped Joint Force Headquarters (Markas Angkatan Bersama-MAB) Complex in Sungai Panching here will enable the planning, co-ordination and joint operations handling aspects to be implemented in an orderly manner.

Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) chief General Tan Sri Zulkifli Zainal Abidin said the coherency, commitment and cooperation of the three branches of service, namely land, sea and air, were very much emphasised upon to ensure national defence would continue to be strong.

In addition, developing the capacity of the MAF was always prioritised, including in the development of the complex on a 39 ha site which was also equipped with an administrative centre, operations centre and a sophisti­cated joint warfare centre which could accommodate a large number of exercise participants.

‘’Sungai Panching was selected because of its strategic position close to major transportations, whether via air or sea and road access which can connect army camps, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) and the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF).

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‘’The complex also proves that we have the capacity to conduct in situ training with adequate and sophisticated infrastructure and facilities,’’ he said at the Sungai Panching Camp MAB Operations parade ceremony here.

Also present were RMN chief Admiral Datuk Reza Mohd Sany, RMAF chief General Tan Sri Affendi Buang and MAB chief Lieutenant General Datuk Suhaimi Mohd Zuki.

‘’I fervently hope that with the availability of the conducive administration centre, facilities and operations infrastructure, the domestic and global operations and numerous training involving bilateral, multilateral and even multinational participations can be handled more systematically and resolutely.

‘’The operations of the MAB must be capable of becoming an example and excellence benchmark not only to the three branches of service but also to outside organisa­­tions and armed forces of other nations,” he added. – Bernama

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its about time... took them rather long
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QUOTE(MilitaryMadness @ Jul 11 2019, 08:34 AM)
Malaysian Armed Forces ensure better operational interoperability with a dedicated Joint Force Headquarters

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The development of the fully equipped Joint Force Headquarters (Markas Angkatan Bersama-MAB) Complex in Sungai Panching here will enable the planning, co-ordination and joint operations handling aspects to be implemented in an orderly manner.

Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) chief General Tan Sri Zulkifli Zainal Abidin said the coherency, commitment and cooperation of the three branches of service, namely land, sea and air, were very much emphasised upon to ensure national defence would continue to be strong.

In addition, developing the capacity of the MAF was always prioritised, including in the development of the complex on a 39 ha site which was also equipped with an administrative centre, operations centre and a sophisti­cated joint warfare centre which could accommodate a large number of exercise participants.

‘’Sungai Panching was selected because of its strategic position close to major transportations, whether via air or sea and road access which can connect army camps, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) and the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF).

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‘’The complex also proves that we have the capacity to conduct in situ training with adequate and sophisticated infrastructure and facilities,’’ he said at the Sungai Panching Camp MAB Operations parade ceremony here.

Also present were RMN chief Admiral Datuk Reza Mohd Sany, RMAF chief General Tan Sri Affendi Buang and MAB chief Lieutenant General Datuk Suhaimi Mohd Zuki.

‘’I fervently hope that with the availability of the conducive administration centre, facilities and operations infrastructure, the domestic and global operations and numerous training involving bilateral, multilateral and even multinational participations can be handled more systematically and resolutely.

‘’The operations of the MAB must be capable of becoming an example and excellence benchmark not only to the three branches of service but also to outside organisa­­tions and armed forces of other nations,” he added. – Bernama

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this new place in naise, top of the notch facilities
replacing the one in KL and Sungai Besi base


QUOTE(Fat & Fluffy @ Jul 11 2019, 10:13 AM)
hmm, i wonder why cant integrate both like singkieland
its about time... took them rather long
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JPAM is strictly volunteer basics and not a full time job
unlike rela that trained to be some sort of para-military APM is more to rescue and civil duty

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post Jul 11 2019, 06:38 PM

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QUOTE(zacky chan @ Jul 11 2019, 08:00 AM)
new leak???the media will have fun on this.  laugh.gif
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post Jul 12 2019, 11:48 AM

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Thailand Panus R600 8x8 IFV.

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post Jul 12 2019, 01:08 PM

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MMEA wants at least four motherships to maintain control of Malaysian waters

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PUTRAJAYA: Creating a floating headquarters using larger-sized ship platform is among the effective methods in the fight against the intrusion of foreign fishing boats from Vietnam in the waters of the country.

Maritime Enforcement Agency Director-General Datuk Seri Zulkifili Abu Bakar said the large-scale asset constraints caused the company to rely on KM Pekan's services to carry out operations to the boundary of the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).

He said if his agency had more large assets, the agency's enforcement mothership could be at sea for a longer period of up to 30 days compared to 14 to 20 days with existing assets.

So far, KM Pekan has three boats and plans are afoot to increase the amount of the assets.

"If we acquire four units of motherships we will be able to effectively manage operations on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak at the same time. If the ship is in excess of 100 nautical miles from the coast, surveillance can be performed optimally.

"The larger capacity of a mothership, including six boats onboard allows patrols to reach a 40 nautical mile radius and that is quite wide.

"This 110-meter-long vessel can also be equipped with an unmanned aircraft (UAV) to further enhance intelligence and surveillance from the air," he said when met at his office here yesterday.

Zulkifili said he also hoped to add two units of Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) capable of flying up to 12 hours to strengthen the agency's operations.

According to him, MMEA is currently in the process of acquiring six new Generation Patrol Boats (NGPC) and three Offshore Patrol Boats (OPV).

"Three NGPC units have been received and the remainder will follow, as well as the OPVs. If the government approves the acquisition of the mothership as our floating platform of operations, we will be more effective.

"The Large size allow this vessel to carry higher quantities of fuel, food and water. The crew assignment can also be divided into three shifts as the number of officers and members is brought in more, "he said.

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"If we acquire four units of motherships we will be able to effectively manage operations on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak at the same time. If the ship is in excess of 100 nautical miles from the coast, surveillance can be performed optimally.

"The larger capacity of a mothership, including six boats onboard allows patrols to reach a 40 nautical mile radius and that is quite wide.

"This 110-meter-long vessel can also be equipped with an unmanned aircraft (UAV) to further enhance intelligence and surveillance from the air," he said when met at his office here yesterday.

Zulkifili said he also hoped to add two units of Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) capable of flying up to 12 hours to strengthen the agency's operations.


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that is a very tall order...especially the 4 mother ship...although another MSA is logic tho...

let see how this goes... laugh.gif
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QUOTE(zacky chan @ Jul 12 2019, 01:20 PM)
that is a very tall order...especially the 4 mother ship...although another MSA is logic tho...

let see how this goes...  laugh.gif
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nak camping tepi kapal CCG kot
rilek je parking kat Pattinggi Ali 2 bulan tak payah resup
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QUOTE(zacky chan @ Jul 12 2019, 01:20 PM)
that is a very tall order...especially the 4 mother ship...although another MSA is logic tho...

let see how this goes...  laugh.gif
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The mothership concept itself is not that advanced thing to develop and build. Just a resupply ship/platform for the patrolling vessels to keep them out to sea longer without the need to return to port so often.

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MMEA doesn't really require high grade military-spec equipment, so it should be within the means of local shipyards to build these kinds of ships. The design however can be either local or foreign, should not be too much or costly to develop and build, unlike TLDM ships.

Back in LIMA 19, some local groups have already put forward their designs for MMEA motherships.

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QUOTE(MilitaryMadness @ Jul 12 2019, 05:47 PM)
MMEA doesn't really require high grade military-spec equipment, so it should be within the means of local shipyards to build these kinds of ships. The design however can be either local or foreign, should not be too much or costly to develop and build, unlike TLDM ships.

Back in LIMA 19, some local groups have already put forward their designs for MMEA motherships.
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ship itself is not difficult... its the integration of various systems and the software involved if things like USV n UAV are to be included... of course without those it can still be operated crudely on an individual basis
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QUOTE(atreyuangel @ Jul 12 2019, 03:27 PM)
nak camping tepi kapal CCG kot
rilek je parking kat Pattinggi Ali 2 bulan tak payah resup
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idea bagus tu...tapi entah la...tak dengar lagi pasal govt ni nak beli barang untuk security force setakat ni...tu sebab rasa macam susah nak dapat...paling2 pun bawak meeting....harap2 ada la rezeki untuk MMEA ni...bawah kementerian baru mungkin ada harapan kot...

QUOTE(MilitaryMadness @ Jul 12 2019, 03:33 PM)
The mothership concept itself is not that advanced thing to develop and build. Just a resupply ship/platform for the patrolling vessels to keep them out to sea longer without the need to return to port so often.
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i'm concerning about the budget...the safest way for budget and getting the ship is maybe follow the bunga mas 5 ship and KA Tun Azizan...also its better for more budget for the next batch of MMEA NGPC and OPV.i like that 2 type ship since its good on cost and capability.
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Launching of TLDM second LMS PCU Sundang.

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Launching of TLDM second LMS PCU Sundang.

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PRC flag? lelz...
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QUOTE(zacky chan @ Jul 12 2019, 04:25 PM)
idea bagus tu...tapi entah la...tak dengar lagi pasal govt ni nak beli barang untuk security force setakat ni...tu sebab rasa macam susah nak dapat...paling2 pun bawak meeting....harap2 ada la rezeki untuk MMEA ni...bawah kementerian baru mungkin ada harapan kot...
i'm concerning about the budget...the safest way for budget and getting the ship is maybe follow the bunga mas 5 ship and KA Tun Azizan...also its better for more budget for the next batch of MMEA NGPC and OPV.i like that 2 type ship since its good on cost and capability.
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sebenarnya duduk bawah KDN ni lagi sakit pasal KDN got more mouth to feed
tu pasal MMEA dulu sengaja diletakan dibawah JPM, supaya the first 20 years depa boleh cukup dana untuk operate esp dalam pembelian aset

dalam Malaysia APMM and PM has the most operation area esp small boats, the boat operation even exceed the limit of some of the boat and maintenance need to be done more then regular

esp Sarawak and Sabah, dunno why the operation of small fast boat is high

then Malacca straits

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