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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by yaminz on Mon May 14, 2012 5:08 am

helangrimba wrote:2 orang wartawan terbunuh itu adalah antara wartawan dan jurugambar yang terkenal dalam bidang pertahanan di indonesia. memang gambar2 yang dia tangkap sangat cantik.

satu khilangan besar dlm bidang pertahanan indonesia dan juga ASEAN...

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Post by helangrimba on Mon May 14, 2012 5:17 am

yaminz wrote:
helangrimba wrote:2 orang wartawan terbunuh itu adalah antara wartawan dan jurugambar yang terkenal dalam bidang pertahanan di indonesia. memang gambar2 yang dia tangkap sangat cantik.

satu khilangan besar dlm bidang pertahanan indonesia dan juga ASEAN...
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Post by kerambit75 on Mon May 14, 2012 6:10 am

helangrimba wrote:2 orang wartawan terbunuh itu adalah antara wartawan dan jurugambar yang terkenal dalam bidang pertahanan di indonesia. memang gambar2 yang dia tangkap sangat cantik.

Bukan mudah untuk membentuk dan melatih seorang wartawan pertahanan kerana latihan untuk itu tidak boleh diperolehi di mana2 pusat latihan tentera - sebaliknya ia datang dri dlm diri wartawan itu sendiri bersama pengalaman (dan minat) mereka.
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by helangrimba on Mon May 14, 2012 6:19 am

kerambit75 wrote:
helangrimba wrote:2 orang wartawan terbunuh itu adalah antara wartawan dan jurugambar yang terkenal dalam bidang pertahanan di indonesia. memang gambar2 yang dia tangkap sangat cantik.

Bukan mudah untuk membentuk dan melatih seorang wartawan pertahanan kerana latihan untuk itu tidak boleh diperolehi di mana2 pusat latihan tentera - sebaliknya ia datang dri dlm diri wartawan itu sendiri bersama pengalaman (dan minat) mereka.

betul2.. itu salah satu impian aku, nak jadi jurugambar pertahanan.
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Post by standupper on Tue Jun 19, 2012 5:54 pm

Unjustified killing: UN wants US drone attacks explained
Published: 19 June, 2012, 16:10

A UN investigator has called on Washington to provide justification for the increasingly widespread use of military drones to carry out targeted killings. He says drone attacks, which take innocent civilian lives, may be violating international law.

The US military and CIA use drones in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia. Washington should clarify the legal basis for the policy of killing suspected Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders and associates rather than trying to capture them, Christof Heyns, Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions, said in a report. The 28-page document addressed to the UN Human Rights Council was released ahead of the body’s debate on the issue in Geneva.

"The government should clarify the procedures in place to ensure that any targeted killing complies with international humanitarian law and human rights and indicate the measures or strategies applied to prevent casualties, as well as the measures in place to provide prompt, thorough, effective and independent public investigation of alleged violations," the report says.

"Although figures vary widely with regard to drone attack estimates, all studies concur on one important point: there has been a dramatic increase in their use over the past three years," Heyns said.

The UN official cites figures from the Pakistan Human Rights Commission, which said American drone strikes killed at least 957 people in Pakistan in 2010 alone. Out of the thousands killed by drones since 2004 roughly 20 per cent are believed to be civilians.

"Disclosure of these killings is critical to ensure accountability, justice and reparation for victims or their families," the rapporteur says.

Heyns stressed that international humanitarian law requires that every effort made to arrest a suspect and any use of force comply with the principles of necessity and proportionality. He added Washington has failed to respond satisfactorily to concerns voiced by his predecessor Philip Alston, in a 2009 report.

"The Special Rapporteur again requests the Government to clarify the rules that it considers to cover targeted killings … (and) reiterates his predecessor's recommendation that the government specify the bases for decisions to kill rather than capture 'human targets' and whether the State in which the killing takes places has given consent," Heyns said.

Drone attacks also create problems for Washington’s relations with its allies. They were one of the major points of conflict between the US and Pakistan, with the row resulting in disruption of supplies through Pakistani territory for American troops deployed in Afghanistan.

Pakistani Ambassador Zamir Akram spoke earlier on Monday during the opening session of the UN human rights body, saying his government considers the use of drones on its soil illegal, counterproductive and as violating Pakistan’s sovereignty.
"Thousands of innocent people, including women and children, have been murdered in these indiscriminate attacks," he said.


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Hmmm: Diam tak diam, Pakistan saja dah 957 mangsa serangan Drone US pada 2010.

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Post by yinchet on Tue Jun 19, 2012 6:03 pm


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-high...slands-18503421

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The UK has made moves to stop a cargo vessel allegedly carrying refurbished Russian-made attack helicopters from completing its journey to Syria.

The MV Alaed had its insurance withdrawn by The Standard Club in London while it was about 50 miles (80.4km) off Scotland's north coast.

The insurer said it had sought more information on the boat's cargo.

Withdrawal of insurance prevents the MV Alaed from sailing until its owner can secure new cover.

It was thought that the vessel had stopped off the Western Isles.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) said it was unclear where the vessel would now go.

The Russian embassy in London has not yet commented.

The UK and US have raised concerns with Russia about shipments of weapons to Syria, which is subject to a European Union arms embargo.

In a statement, the FCO said: "We are aware of a ship carrying a consignment of refurbished Russian-made attack helicopters heading to Syria.

"The foreign secretary made clear to Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov when they met on 14 June that all defence shipments to Syria must stop.

"We are working closely with international partners to ensure that we are doing all we can to stop the Syrian regime's ability to slaughter civilians being reinforced through assistance from other countries."
'Carrying weapons'

The Standard Club said it believed the MV Alaed had been off the coast of the Western Isles when insurance was withdrawn.

It said the cover was withdrawn because the owners of the ship had "broken internal rules" of the club - a mutual insurance association - and not on the instructions of the UK government.

In a statement, it said: "We were informed on Friday evening that the ship might be carrying weapons, in particular attack helicopters, missiles and non-specific munitions, and we are making inquiries to establish what their side of the story is.
HMS York and Admiral Kuznetsov. Pic: Reuters/Royal Navy/MoD HMS York tracked Russian vessels sheltering in the Moray Firth last year

"There are exclusion clauses in our cover and, for anyone involved in improper or unlawful trade, we can cancel cover.

"We are investigating whether or not to do so in this case."

In December last year, Russian warships and support vessels believed to have been headed for Syria took shelter in Scotland's Moray Firth during bad weather.

HMS York tracked aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, a destroyer, two frigates, an ocean-going tug and three oil tankers until the task group left and heading into the Atlantic.

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Post by standupper on Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:22 pm

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2012/06/21/fokker-27-crashes-halim.html


Fokker 27 crashes in Halim
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A Fokker F-27 aircraft crashed into the ground on Thursday afternoon at the Rajawali housing complex near Halim Perdanakusuma Air Force Base, East Jakarta, reportedly damaging several houses of local residents.

Jakarta Police operations bureau chief Sr. Comr. Agung Budi Maryoto confirmed the news.

“Yes, we have received the information. An aircraft belonging to the Indonesian Air Force [TNI AU] has just crashed in Halim,” Agung said as quoted by kompas.com.

No casualties were yet reported, however, according to Metro TV at least six houses had caught on fire.

Police and the firefighters have been deployed to the scene. (asa/swd)
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Post by standupper on Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:16 pm

Update:

10 terkorban nahas Fokker 27 TNI-AU

JAKARTA 21 Jun - Sebuah pesawat tentera udara yang terhempas di kompleks perumahan tentera di Jakarta hari ini mengorbankan kesemua tujuh anak kapal dan dua kanak-kanak serta seorang dewasa.

Pesawat turbo Fokker 27 milik Angkatan Udara Tentera Nasional Indonesia (TNI-AU) itu terputus dua apabila terhempas di kawasan berhampiran Lapangan Terbang Halim Kusuma ketika menjalani latihan rutin.

"Kesemua tujuh anak kapal dan tiga orang awam di tanah terbunuh," kata jurucakap TNI-AU, Kolonel Agung Sasongko Jati kepada media. "Pesawat terputusa dua."

Tiga orang awam yang terbunuh ialah dua sepupu berusia dua dan enam tahun dan seorang dewasa.

Ibu kanak-kanak berusia enam tahun dilapor dalam keadaan kritikal. Tiada mangsa lain dilaporkan setakat ini. - AFP
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Post by marc_zman on Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:06 am

innalillah.. takziah kpd keluarga mangsa-mangsa nahas

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Post by yaminz on Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:17 am

Al Fatihah, moga roh mereka dcucuri rahmat-Nya...
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Post by mumuchi on Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:34 am

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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:09 pm

turut berduka cita...
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Post by yinchet on Sat Jun 23, 2012 5:58 pm


Syria confirms shooting down of Turkish F-4 Phantom

Syria has confirmed that it has shot down a McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom fighter operated by the Turkish air force after it allegedly "violated Syrian airspace" on Friday 22 June.

According to the official Syrian news agency Sana, the two-seat fighter entered Syrian airspace at around 11.40 local from the west at "very low altitude and at high speed over territorial waters". It was hit by anti-aircraft artillery around 1km from land and subsequently crashed into Syrian territorial waters 10km west of the village of Om al-Tuyour in the province of Lattakia.

Although joint search efforts are underway for the F-4E's two crew members, Turkey promises to "do what was required" in the situation.

Turkish president Abdullah Gül was reported on the country's Anadolou news agency as saying that the jet may have inadvertently strayed into Syrian airspace as part of a routine flight. There was no offensive intent on its part, he said.

Parts of the wreckage have been found, he added.

Both countries have been in contact, said Gul, despite the increasingly strained diplomatic relations between them since the start of the uprising against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in March 2011.

"We withdrew our representatives from Syria due to security problems. This does not mean that there has been no contact," he said.

Turkey has operated F-4Es since 1974 and has 161 F/RF-4Es in its active inventory, as recorded in Flightglobal's MiliCAS database.
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Post by mumuchi on Sun Jun 24, 2012 4:06 am

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Post by standupper on Tue Jun 26, 2012 11:45 am

US Struggles to Install Proxy "Brotherhood" in Egypt

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June 23, 2012 - Were anyone to still believe the rhetoric of the so-called "Arab Spring," one would be admittedly confused over the emerging political landscape in Egypt where the military establishment and the Muslim Brotherhood have emerged from what was supposedly a "pro-democracy" "popular uprising."

However, if anyone understood that the "pro-democracy" protesters were in fact US State Department-funded, trained, and equipped mobs providing cover for the attempted installation of the Muslim Brotherhood amongst many other potential Western proxies, the current political battle would make perfect sense.

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Post by standupper on Sat Jul 21, 2012 12:06 pm

7 renjer Thai cedera kereta perisai dibom

2012/07/21

BANGKOK: Tujuh anggota renjer cedera apabila kenderaan berperisai (APC) yang membawa mereka terkena bom di Kampung Jenerong Berah, Tanjungmas, Raget, Narathiwat, semalam.

Komander Renjer Divisyen 45, Kol Chalem Sutinual, berkata pihak pemisah meletupkan bom buatan sendiri seberat 50kg ketika APC itu melakukan rondaan di kawasan tersebut pada 5.30 petang.

"Ini adalah kali pertama APC rosak terkena serangan bom yang kuat. APC itu terbalik akibat letupan yang sungguh kuat," katanya.

Seorang orang awam turut cedera akibat terkena serpihan bom. - BERNAMA

makin besar plak bahan letupan yg digunakan RKK.
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Post by standupper on Sat Jul 21, 2012 2:23 pm

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - Sebuah helikopter tentera udara Brunei terhempas lewat semalam menyebabkan 12 orang terbunuh.

Mangsa yang terbunuh kebanyakan merupakan kadet tentera yang dalam perjalanan pulang selepas latihan.

Kenyataan Kementerian Pertahanan Brunei berkata, helikopter Bell 212 terhempas di kawasan Ulu Belait ketika dalam perjalanan ke Bandar Seri Begawan.

Dua lagi masih hilang manakala dua yang lain cedera, kata kementerian itu.

Bagaimanapun laporan terbaru menyebut bilangan yang terkorban meningkat kepada 12 orang.

"Kami dapati 12 terbunuh dalam nahas ini. Dua kadet tentera terselamat," kata jurucakap tentera udara Brunei, Norudin Salleh kepada AFP.

Kenyataan Kementerian Pertahanan menyebut keadaan dua yang terselamat stabil.

Helikopter Bell 212 membawa 14 orang termasuk juruterbangnya. Punca kejadian masih belum diketahui.

Sulten Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah menziarahi dua kadet terselamat, yang sedang dirawat di Hospital Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha.



Brunei helicopter crash kills 12

KUALA LUMPUR: Twelve military personnel including six cadets were killed in a Brunei air force helicopter crash while flying home after jungle training, a spokesman said Saturday.

The crash occurred Friday in Kuala Belait in the oil-rich sultanate on the island of Borneo.

"We have 12 fatalities in the helicopter crash. Two military cadets survived the crash," Brunei air force spokesman Norudin Salleh told AFP.

The Brunei defence ministry said the two survivors were in stable condition.

The Bell 212 military aircraft was carrying 14 people including the pilot.


The defence ministry on its website said Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah had expressed great sadness and extended his condolences to the families of the victims.

"His majesty hoped that they would be patient, and also prayed that the souls of the victims would be blessed and placed with the pious," it said.

It also said that while the "exact circumstances of this tragic incident remain to be determined, the ministry of defence is taking appropriate action to ascertain the facts".

A local Brunei newspaper, the Borneo Bulletin, described the crash as the "worst tragedy in the history of Brunei's defence".

Despite sustaining grievous injuries, one of the two cadets who survived the crash asked: "How is my squad?", it reported.

It said one cadet was being treated for a fractured arm and an injured leg while the other underwent surgery but was in stable condition.

The national tragedy struck a day before Brunei's Muslim population marked the start of the fasting month of Ramadan on Saturday.

Britain maintains a small garrison and Bell 212 helicopter unit in Brunei and runs jungle warfare training courses for the British army.

The small oil-rich monarchy on the north coast of Borneo is surrounded by Malaysia's eastern states of Sarawak and Sabah.-AFP

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Post by solo2002my on Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:18 pm

bell 212 ni medium lift heli ke? smpai bole bawa 14 org. Kiita pnya LOH heli bole bawa 6 org je kan?

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Post by atreyudevil on Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:33 pm

kene tengok seat configuration
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Post by marc_zman on Mon Jul 23, 2012 2:38 am

14 org tu termasuk krew sekali tau.. so yes, mmg dia leh bawak sampai 14 org

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Post by atreyudevil on Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:42 pm


Australia Weapons stolen in naval base security breach
By Michael Park

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30 November 2012 Friday
Weapons stolen from Navy vessel
Early
in the morning of Friday 30 November 2012 an intruder overwhelmed a
duty member onboard a patrol boat alongside HMAS Coonawarra.

The
intruder overpowered the duty member, accessed the vessel’s armoury and
removed a number of weapons. The person then departed the vessel with
the weapons.

The incident was reported to NT Police. Defence is now working in conjunction with police in the conduct of their investigation.

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Post by yinchet on Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:01 pm

Kalau SGPV ambik NSM.
MRCA kita patut gunakan JSM.
lagi sedap kalau kita ambik NSM Coastal Defence System
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Norway pushes for further assurances over JSM integration on F-35

Norway's deputy defence minister Eirik Øwre Thorshaug is to meet with officials from Lockheed Martin and the F-35s Joint Program Office in the first week of December, as Oslo seeks further assurances over the integration of the Kongsberg Joint Strike Missile (JSM) on to the stealthy fighter.

Oslo has committed to acquiring an initial four examples of the F-35A conventional take-off and landing variant of the Joint Strike Fighter, but securing the ability to field Kongsberg's "fifth-generation" munition was a pre-requisite for its order. It could eventually acquire up to 52 aircraft to replace its fleet of Lockheed F-16s, in a procurement exercise worth a total of NKr61.2 billion ($10.8 billion).

Although Norway has received what Thorshaug describes as "good signals on the political level" in its efforts to ensure integration, largely in the form of a letter from US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, he acknowledges the process "is not finished".

"We are pushing and leaning forward in that respect, towards both [Lockheed] and the US government," he said during an event in Kongsberg to mark the unveiling of the first JSM fuselage. "We will not rest or hesitate in bringing this issue to our partners or important US ally.

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"For the Norwegian government it is crucial to get the JSM integrated, mainly because we need to be operationally capable in relation to our national defence needs."

The Royal Norwegian Air Force views the JSM, with its range of about 150nm (277km) and ability to target and attack heavily armed naval vessels, as a key asset for defending its lengthy coastline.

However, Kongsberg also sees a potential market for the highly manoeuvrable missile, which can also neutralise land targets, with other F-35 partner nations worth a minimum of NKr20-25 billion. Harald Ånnestad, company president, says it has already held initial discussions with Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea over possible sales.

But Ånnestad is so confident about the weapon's performance and lack of a direct competitor, he believes the USA will also purchase the JSM for its F-35s, rather than spend valuable funds on developing a rival. "The market window is wide open for our missile," he says.

Additionally, Kongsberg will offer the munition for deployment on legacy fighters, principally Boeing's F/A-18, in the 2015 timeframe, although Ånnestad acknowledges nations will have to fund the integration work themselves.

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Kongsberg aims to complete the JSM's critical design review by mid-2013, thereby securing a further contract from the Norwegian government to move into the next development phase.

This envisages flight testing and qualification using either Norwegian F-16s or US Navy F/A-18s in 2014, says Pål Bratlie, executive vice-president of Kongsberg's missile systems division. Integration work with the F-35 will then begin, aiming for deployment when aircraft with the Block 4 software upgrade begin to roll off the production line around 2020.

The JSM is derived from Kongsberg's Naval Strike Missile. Bratlie says changes to the munition's shape - partly driven by the need to fit inside the F-35's internal weapons bays - have helped the JSM to gain about 50nm in range over its sibling. It will also be enabled for land as well as naval warfare, he says. Additional modifications were required to allow it to cope with the extreme changes in temperature experienced between carriage in the weapons bay and deployment, he adds.

"There's nothing else on the market now, or in development, that has the same capability as the JSM," he adds.

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Post by yinchet on Sat Dec 01, 2012 7:02 pm


Europe enters stealth club with Neuron first flight

Dassault today announced completing first flight of the Neuron, an unmanned combat air vehicle developed among six European partners.

The 5t-class stealth technology demonstrator powered by the Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour engine was flown from Istres, the flight test base of prime contractor Dassault.

Dassault has not released further details about the maiden flight. The Neuron was scheduled to achieve first flight in mid-year, but was delayed.
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The aircraft will continue to be tested in France until 2014 when it moves to Vidsel, Sweden for operational trials, and, finally, to the Perdadesfogu range Italy to measure stealth characteristics and live-firing tests.

The Neuron programme was developed with Dassault, Italy's Alenia Aermacchi, Sweden's Saab, Spain's EADS-CASA, Greece's HAI, Switzerland's RUAG and France's Thales.

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The Neuron joins at least two other flying, unmanned stealth aircraft, and the first produced in Europe.

The US military is flying the Lockheed Martin RQ-170 Sentinel in operations and is testing the Northrop Grumman X-47B. Boeing has retired the Phantom Ray, a derivative of the X-45C that once competed with the X-47B.

BAE Systems, meanwhile, has plans to achieve first flight of the Taranis unmanned stealth demonstrator in early 2013.

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