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Post by escortburuk on Thu Dec 02, 2010 3:40 am

US soldiers face fast-food ban

New soldiers expecting U.S. Army drill sergeants to bust their chops over poor posture or a wayward gaze may instead want to avoid a more modern military transgression: relying on fast food for sustenance.

The Army plans to get new recruits into better shape with a revamped approach to health, fitness and diet at basic training.
The most visible changes will be seen in mess halls, where milk and juice dispensers will replace soda fountains and whole grains will be substituted for white bread and pasta.

Army leaders were unveiling the new approach Wednesday morning at Missouri's Fort Leonard Wood. It's the first substantial change to basic fitness training in the Army in 30 years.

"We are seeing many soldiers entering our profession who need phased conditioning methods and improved nutritional habits," said Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command.

The "soldier athlete" initiative is designed to prepare new recruits with training methods similar to those offered to elite athletes preparing for competition.

That means more attention on injury prevention, flexibility and mobility, coordination and aerobic endurance, as well as healthy eating. Drill sergeants will include one-hour sessions on performance nutrition in addition to their traditional responsibilities.

Army leaders report fewer injuries and higher scores on physical fitness tests at bases where the new program has been tested. - AP



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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by standupper on Thu Dec 02, 2010 5:09 am

escortburuk wrote:US soldiers face fast-food ban

New soldiers expecting U.S. Army drill sergeants to bust their chops over poor posture or a wayward gaze may instead want to avoid a more modern military transgression: relying on fast food for sustenance.

The Army plans to get new recruits into better shape with a revamped approach to health, fitness and diet at basic training.
The most visible changes will be seen in mess halls, where milk and juice dispensers will replace soda fountains and whole grains will be substituted for white bread and pasta.

Army leaders were unveiling the new approach Wednesday morning at Missouri's Fort Leonard Wood. It's the first substantial change to basic fitness training in the Army in 30 years.

"We are seeing many soldiers entering our profession who need phased conditioning methods and improved nutritional habits," said Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command.

The "soldier athlete" initiative is designed to prepare new recruits with training methods similar to those offered to elite athletes preparing for competition.

That means more attention on injury prevention, flexibility and mobility, coordination and aerobic endurance, as well as healthy eating. Drill sergeants will include one-hour sessions on performance nutrition in addition to their traditional responsibilities.

Army leaders report fewer injuries and higher scores on physical fitness tests at bases where the new program has been tested. - AP



Err... Askar kita tak nak ikut langkah camni ke?

Nasi Lemak, Roti Canai & Teh Tarik pun boleh masuk katogeri fast food... What a Face
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by innocentti on Thu Dec 02, 2010 6:46 am

komando indo* kalau datang msia terkejut tengok makanan soljar kita..depa punya makan mmg kontrol btol..makan ikan pun rebus.. Very Happy
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by yaminz on Thu Dec 02, 2010 7:19 am

Britain jual kapal induk pengangkut

LONDON 1 Dis. - Britain mahu menjual sebuah kapal induk pengangkut pesawat udara lama menerusi laman web kerajaan dalam usaha untuk mendapatkan wang bagi mengurangkan defisit bajet tertinggi pada masa aman.

Kementerian Pertahanan semalam berkata, tawaran dipelawa untuk membeli kapal induk Invincible yang pernah menyertai perang Falklands pada 1982, di laman web 'khidmat pelupusan' yang didirikan bagi menjual peralatan lebihan tentera, www.edisposals.com.

Kapal yang disiapkan pada 1980 itu menganggotai pasukan petugas tentera Britain yang dihantar untuk menawan semula Falklands pada 1982 selepas kepulauan tersebut yang dikenali sebagai Malvinas di Argentina, diduduki oleh tentera Argentina.

Anak lelaki Ratu Elizabeth, Putera Andrew berkhidmat sebagai juruterbang helikopter di atas kapal itu semasa konflik tersebut.

Kapal induk Invincible ditamatkan perkhidmatan dan ditempatkan dalam simpanan pada 2005.

Pihak yang ingin mengemukakan tawaran diberi tempoh sehingga 5 Januari ini, menurut Kementerian Pertahanan.

"Kami akan menimbangkan tawaran yang memberikan pulangan terbaik," kata seorang jurucakap kementerian.

Semua pilihan diambil kira tetapi kapal itu kemungkinan besar akan dijual sebagai besi sekerap, katanya.

Jurucakap itu tidak dapat menganggarkan nilai kapal tersebut. - Reuters

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by escortburuk on Thu Dec 02, 2010 7:22 am

innocentti wrote:komando indo* kalau datang msia terkejut tengok makanan soljar kita..depa punya makan mmg kontrol btol..makan ikan pun rebus.. Very Happy

Patutnya mmg patut camni pun... Askar2 kita pun kena jaga bab pemakanan dan kesihatan...
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by venez on Thu Dec 02, 2010 8:56 am

yaminz wrote:Britain jual kapal induk pengangkut

LONDON 1 Dis. - Britain mahu menjual sebuah kapal induk pengangkut pesawat udara lama menerusi laman web kerajaan dalam usaha untuk mendapatkan wang bagi mengurangkan defisit bajet tertinggi pada masa aman.

Kementerian Pertahanan semalam berkata, tawaran dipelawa untuk membeli kapal induk Invincible yang pernah menyertai perang Falklands pada 1982, di laman web 'khidmat pelupusan' yang didirikan bagi menjual peralatan lebihan tentera, www.edisposals.com.

Kapal yang disiapkan pada 1980 itu menganggotai pasukan petugas tentera Britain yang dihantar untuk menawan semula Falklands pada 1982 selepas kepulauan tersebut yang dikenali sebagai Malvinas di Argentina, diduduki oleh tentera Argentina.

Anak lelaki Ratu Elizabeth, Putera Andrew berkhidmat sebagai juruterbang helikopter di atas kapal itu semasa konflik tersebut.

Kapal induk Invincible ditamatkan perkhidmatan dan ditempatkan dalam simpanan pada 2005.

Pihak yang ingin mengemukakan tawaran diberi tempoh sehingga 5 Januari ini, menurut Kementerian Pertahanan.

"Kami akan menimbangkan tawaran yang memberikan pulangan terbaik," kata seorang jurucakap kementerian.

Semua pilihan diambil kira tetapi kapal itu kemungkinan besar akan dijual sebagai besi sekerap, katanya.

Jurucakap itu tidak dapat menganggarkan nilai kapal tersebut. - Reuters

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by yaminz on Thu Dec 02, 2010 9:18 am

kena angkat cepat2 nie... hehehe
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by standupper on Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:12 am

Iran forces on alert as economic 'surgery' begins...

TEHRAN, Iran – Security forces flooded Iran's capital in a warning against possible unrest as fuel prices surged 400 percent Sunday under plans to sharply cut government subsides and ease pressure on an economy struggling with international sanctions.

The so-called economic "surgery" has been planned for months, but was repeatedly delayed over worries of a repeat of gas riots in 2007 and serious political infighting during the standoff with the West over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by escortburuk on Mon Jan 17, 2011 5:35 am


Lockheed buys stake in UAE aircraft repair firm

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates: An aircraft maintenance company set up by the oil-rich Abu Dhabi government says U.S. defense contractor Lockheed Martin has taken an equity stake in the firm.

The Persian Gulf state's Advanced Military Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Center said Sunday Lockheed will own the same amount of the company as United Technologies' Sikorsky Aerospace Services division.

Financial details weren't disclosed. AMMROC puts the total investment in the project at more than $800 million.

A division of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala investment company created AMMROC last July in partnership with Sikorsky. It aims to create jobs for Emirati citizens and provide aircraft maintenance to the UAE armed forces and other regional militaries. - AP
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by atreyudevil on Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:53 pm

64 missile warheads stolen from Romanian train

By ALINA WOLFE-MURRAY - Associated Press | AP – 1 hr 43 mins ago

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BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Dozens of small, old rocket warheads were stolen from a train carrying military equipment from Romania to Bulgaria, officials said Monday,
Authorities promised that the 64 warheads posed no danger to the public but offered varying explanations why.
The Romanian national police said there was no risk because they were not attached to rockets. Spokesman Florin Hulea declined to provide further details.
Two daily newspapers cited officials close to the investigation as saying that the warheads did not contain explosives. The papers, Evenimentul Zilei and Adevarul, did not identify their sources.
Bulgaria's Economy Ministry said the warheads belonged to 122mm (4.8-inch)-diameter Grad rockets, which are typically fired from vehicle-mounted multiple-rocket launchers.
It said in a statement the shipment was part of a transfer of "nonfunctional components and parts" for reprocessing at the VMZ factory — one of Bulgaria's largest military factories — in Sopot, central Bulgaria, where the components and parts were to be replaced and the warheads prepared for sale.
"The fuzes (warheads) were transported separately from the projectiles," the ministry added.
Transport police in the central city of Brasov told the Mediafax news agency that the warheads were in four boxes in one of the cars on a train carrying equipment from a Romanian company that produces artillery shells and ground-to-ground and air-to-ground missiles.
Romanian officials also tried to portray the Saturday theft as accidental. Eugen Badalan, a member of the parliamentary defense committee, said the thieves "had no idea what they stole," and prosecutors said they were investigating whether the components were stolen by scrap metal thieves.
However, only one of the eight cars on the 27-car train was broken into.
Mediafax reported that railway workers noticed the seals on a carriage door were broken, and the door was not properly closed, when the train reached Giurgiu, a Danube port that borders Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian Defense Ministry confirmed in a press release that the recipient of the fuzes was a Bulgarian company, not its armed forces. It said the Interior Ministry's Dangerous Weapons Control Service had issued a permit for the transport of the delivery.
The train was loaded on Friday and stopped under guard overnight in the central Romanian town of Brasov, about 166 km (103 miles) north of Bucharest, according to transport police. After leaving Saturday, it stopped for one hour in the mountain resort of Predeal,
Romanian national state company Romarm said the Bulgarian company was responsible for train security.
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Associated Press Writer Veselein Toshkov contributed from Bulgaria

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by observateur on Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:47 pm

atreyudevil wrote:64 missile warheads stolen from Romanian train

By ALINA WOLFE-MURRAY - Associated Press | AP – 1 hr 43 mins ago

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BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Dozens of small, old rocket warheads were stolen from a train carrying military equipment from Romania to Bulgaria, officials said Monday,
Authorities promised that the 64 warheads posed no danger to the public but offered varying explanations why.
The Romanian national police said there was no risk because they were not attached to rockets. Spokesman Florin Hulea declined to provide further details.
Two daily newspapers cited officials close to the investigation as saying that the warheads did not contain explosives. The papers, Evenimentul Zilei and Adevarul, did not identify their sources.
Bulgaria's Economy Ministry said the warheads belonged to 122mm (4.8-inch)-diameter Grad rockets, which are typically fired from vehicle-mounted multiple-rocket launchers.
It said in a statement the shipment was part of a transfer of "nonfunctional components and parts" for reprocessing at the VMZ factory — one of Bulgaria's largest military factories — in Sopot, central Bulgaria, where the components and parts were to be replaced and the warheads prepared for sale.
"The fuzes (warheads) were transported separately from the projectiles," the ministry added.
Transport police in the central city of Brasov told the Mediafax news agency that the warheads were in four boxes in one of the cars on a train carrying equipment from a Romanian company that produces artillery shells and ground-to-ground and air-to-ground missiles.
Romanian officials also tried to portray the Saturday theft as accidental. Eugen Badalan, a member of the parliamentary defense committee, said the thieves "had no idea what they stole," and prosecutors said they were investigating whether the components were stolen by scrap metal thieves.
However, only one of the eight cars on the 27-car train was broken into.
Mediafax reported that railway workers noticed the seals on a carriage door were broken, and the door was not properly closed, when the train reached Giurgiu, a Danube port that borders Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian Defense Ministry confirmed in a press release that the recipient of the fuzes was a Bulgarian company, not its armed forces. It said the Interior Ministry's Dangerous Weapons Control Service had issued a permit for the transport of the delivery.
The train was loaded on Friday and stopped under guard overnight in the central Romanian town of Brasov, about 166 km (103 miles) north of Bucharest, according to transport police. After leaving Saturday, it stopped for one hour in the mountain resort of Predeal,
Romanian national state company Romarm said the Bulgarian company was responsible for train security.
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Associated Press Writer Veselein Toshkov contributed from Bulgaria

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by samuraisan on Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:16 pm

Very Happy Aku nak letak benda ni mula2 tak tahu di mana alih2 muncul Thread ni

Satu Pesanan buat Mereka2 yang suka menghuruharakan Negara ini...

Geng2 suka berDEMO lah tu sunny

see the link dude

http://www.visionofhumanity.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/2011-GPI-Results-Report-Final.pdf


Global Peace Index 2011

Negara kita paling Aman di Asia Tenggara bro dan ke 19 di dunia


wakeuplah Aku kerja dalam bidang Risk Management....

kalau ada sesiapa Manusia dalam Malaysia ni cakap Negara kita teruk just 1 word

BERAMBUS rendeer
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by anya8797 on Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:52 pm

samuraisan wrote: Very Happy Aku nak letak benda ni mula2 tak tahu di mana alih2 muncul Thread ni

Satu Pesanan buat Mereka2 yang suka menghuruharakan Negara ini...

Geng2 suka berDEMO lah tu sunny

see the link dude

http://www.visionofhumanity.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/2011-GPI-Results-Report-Final.pdf


Global Peace Index 2011

Negara kita paling Aman di Asia Tenggara bro dan ke 19 di dunia


wakeuplah Aku kerja dalam bidang Risk Management....

kalau ada sesiapa Manusia dalam Malaysia ni cakap Negara kita teruk just 1 word

BERAMBUS rendeer

first in SEA....yeyyyy
2010 world ranking, kita 22nd kan....
baguslah slalu ada peningkatan... cheers

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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by observateur on Fri Jul 22, 2011 8:03 pm

samuraisan wrote: Very Happy Aku nak letak benda ni mula2 tak tahu di mana alih2 muncul Thread ni

Satu Pesanan buat Mereka2 yang suka menghuruharakan Negara ini...

Geng2 suka berDEMO lah tu sunny

see the link dude

http://www.visionofhumanity.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/2011-GPI-Results-Report-Final.pdf


Global Peace Index 2011

Negara kita paling Aman di Asia Tenggara bro dan ke 19 di dunia


wakeuplah Aku kerja dalam bidang Risk Management....

kalau ada sesiapa Manusia dalam Malaysia ni cakap Negara kita teruk just 1 word

BERAMBUS rendeer

Even better than singaland? Interesting.

Tapi tak larat nak baca...

buleh bagi summary tak? What a Face
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Post by anya8797 on Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:09 am

KUALA LUMPUR: Walaupun ada pihak sentiasa cuba memburukkan imej negara ini, namun kajian Global Peace Index (GPI) 2011 mendapati Malaysia adalah negara ke-19 paling selamat daripada 153 negara di seluruh dunia.

Malaysia juga diletakkan sebagai negara paling aman di Asia Tenggara dan keempat di Asia Pasifik selepas New Zealand, Jepun dan Australia.


Ini adalah julung kalinya Malaysia diberi ranking setinggi itu sejak 2007 dan negara ini adalah antara enam negara bukan Eropah yang menduduki 20 tempat teratas dalam senarai berkenaan, di samping Iceland, New Zealand, Jepun, Qatar dan Australia.

Penemuan edisi kelima kaji selidik oleh Institute for Economics and Peace yang berpejabat di Sydney itu diumumkan pada hujung Mei. Pada 2007, Malaysia menduduki tangga ke-37 dan jatuh ke tangga ke-38 pada 2008, sebelum memperbaiki kedudukannya daripada tempat ke-26 pada 2009 kepada tempat ke-22 pada 2010 dan tempat ke-19 pada 2011.

Indeks berkenaan mengandungi 23 petunjuk kualitatif dan kuantitatif oleh sumber yang dihormati, yang menggabungkan faktor dalaman dan luaran iaitu daripada perbelanjaan ketenteraan di peringkat nasional hinggalah kepada hubungan sesebuah negara dengan jirannya serta tahap pematuhan hak asasi manusia.

Petunjuk itu dipilih sebuah panel ahli akademik antarabangsa, ahli perniagaan, dermawan dan anggota institusi keamanan bagi tempoh 15 Mac 2010 hingga 15 Mac 2011.

Kajian itu menyatakan Malaysia mengambil alih kedudukan Singapura yang tersenarai sebagai negara paling selamat di Asia Tenggara pada 2010.

Kini, republik itu menduduki tempat kedua di Asia Tenggara dan ke-24 keseluruhan, diikuti Vietnam (ke-30 keseluruhan), Laos (ke-32 keseluruhan), Indonesia (ke-68 keseluruhan), Thailand (ke-107 keseluruhan), Myanmar (ke-133 keseluruhan) dan Filipina (ke-136 keseluruhan).

Dalam kalangan negara maju pula, United Kingdom menduduki tangga ke-26, Korea Selatan (ke-50), China (ke-80) dan Amerika (ke-82).

"Peningkatan tahap keamanan Malaysia dicerminkan oleh peningkatan kestabilan politik dan hubungannya yang lebih baik dengan negara jiran, terutama Singapura dan China," menurut kajian.

Sepuluh negara yang menduduki tangga teratas dalam senarai itu ialah Iceland, yang merupakan negara paling aman, diikuti New Zealand, Jepun, Denmark, Republik Czech, Austria, Finland, Kanada, Norway dan Slovenia.

Di kalangan negara Islam pula, Malaysia menduduki tempat kedua selepas Qatar apabila negara itu diletakkan di tangga ke-12 dan negara paling selamat di Timur Tengah.

Tempat kedua bagi kategori ini menjadi milik Kuwait yang menduduki tangga ke-29 keseluruhan.

Sepuluh negara yang menduduki tangga paling bawah ialah Libya (ke-143), diikuti Republik Afrika Tengah, Israel, Pakistan, Russia, Republik Demokratik Congo, Korea Utara, Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq dan Somalia.

Kajian itu menyatakan Somalia, negara yang dilanda perang, jatuh satu anak tangga untuk mengambil alih tempat Iraq sebagai negara paling tidak aman.

Kajian itu juga menunjukkan pencapaian keseluruhan beberapa petunjuk mencatat peningkatan, paling besar ialah potensi wujudnya tindakan keganasan dan kemungkinan berlakunya demonstrasi ganas.

Ahli sains politik, Prof Dr Ahmad Atory Hussain, berkata rakyat Malaysia perlu mengiktiraf ranking itu kerana ia dikeluarkan oleh sebuah badan antarabangsa yang dihormati.

"Kini, kita perlu meletakkan sasaran lebih tinggi. Mungkin pada 2020, kita patut berada dalam senarai 10 negara teratas. Apa yang membimbangkan saya ialah ada pihak tertentu di sini, yang kecewa dalam bidang politik, akan melahirkan idea lain seperti mengadakan perhimpunan jalanan dan sebagainya. Tindakan ini akan menurunkan ranking itu," katanya.

Ahli akademik itu berkata, Malaysia dihormati di peringkat antarabangsa serta terkenal sebagai negara yang aman dan harmoni.

"Hanya segelintir golongan yang tidak tahu bersyukur saja yang enggan menerima hakikat ini kerana mempunyai agenda tersembunyi," katanya. - BERNAMA - Credit to Berita Harian

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Post by el-toro on Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:12 pm

oooooh anya di sini patut lah menghilang dari bod ci Laughing
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Post by anya8797 on Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:20 pm

el-toro wrote:oooooh anya di sini patut lah menghilang dari bod ci Laughing

anya takmo pergi sana lagi bang toro....kalau bukak pun untuk balas pm gelfrens sajer..... i miss them....
















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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by el-toro on Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:32 pm

anya8797 wrote:
el-toro wrote:oooooh anya di sini patut lah menghilang dari bod ci Laughing

anya takmo pergi sana lagi bang toro....kalau bukak pun untuk balas pm gelfrens sajer..... i miss them....



tapi gefren anya banyak yg tanya tu Laughing
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Post by anya8797 on Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:40 pm

el-toro wrote:
anya8797 wrote:
el-toro wrote:oooooh anya di sini patut lah menghilang dari bod ci Laughing

anya takmo pergi sana lagi bang toro....kalau bukak pun untuk balas pm gelfrens sajer..... i miss them....

tapi gefren anya banyak yg tanya tu Laughing



anya sedang mencobak untuk tidak membutuhkan ci bang toro.... Razz cat alien Like a Star @ heaven


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Post by observateur on Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:39 am

escortburuk wrote:
innocentti wrote:komando indo* kalau datang msia terkejut tengok makanan soljar kita..depa punya makan mmg kontrol btol..makan ikan pun rebus.. Very Happy

Patutnya mmg patut camni pun... Askar2 kita pun kena jaga bab pemakanan dan kesihatan...

tengok gambar kawan aku post kat pulada (kut)... boley tahan gak ramai yg boroi...

so kengkawan e-group yg civilians start nyakat pasal askar boroi...
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Post by bijan on Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:45 am

observateur wrote:
escortburuk wrote:
innocentti wrote:komando indo* kalau datang msia terkejut tengok makanan soljar kita..depa punya makan mmg kontrol btol..makan ikan pun rebus.. Very Happy

Patutnya mmg patut camni pun... Askar2 kita pun kena jaga bab pemakanan dan kesihatan...

tengok gambar kawan aku post kat pulada (kut)... boley tahan gak ramai yg boroi...

so kengkawan e-group yg civilians start nyakat pasal askar boroi...

PAT pun kena masuk gambar..
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Post by observateur on Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:53 am

Mr. Bijan wrote:
observateur wrote:
escortburuk wrote:
innocentti wrote:komando indo* kalau datang msia terkejut tengok makanan soljar kita..depa punya makan mmg kontrol btol..makan ikan pun rebus.. Very Happy

Patutnya mmg patut camni pun... Askar2 kita pun kena jaga bab pemakanan dan kesihatan...

tengok gambar kawan aku post kat pulada (kut)... boley tahan gak ramai yg boroi...

so kengkawan e-group yg civilians start nyakat pasal askar boroi...

PAT pun kena masuk gambar..

tapi masih lagi ada harapan. Tengok abang tenteng tu... huii, wa tengok pun konfiden.
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Post by standupper on Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:11 pm

Tumpang kesian kat warga tentera Thai yang terkorban 3 nahas helikopter berturut2 dalam seminggu di kawasan yg sama.

16 Julai - tentera Thai hantar heli jenis Huey UH1H pickup pegawai dan wartawan dekat sempadan Thai-Myanmar. Musim hujan, jatuh meletup dan mati 5 orang.

19 Julai - Cari guna orang kampung dan jalan darat, jumpa bangkai heli. Panggil Black Hawk, nak pungut 5 mayat. Black Hawk pula jatuh dan ranap. 9 mati.

22 Julai - 3 hari cari pakai orang asli dan panjat gunung, jumpa mayat. Panggil lagi satu heli, Bell 212, nak angkut mayat. Enjin rosak dan jatuh. Satu selamat, 2 atau 3 mati.


nahas 3

3 heli jatuh

nahas heli thai

sudah jatuh ditimpa heli
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Post by tj on Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:17 pm

standupper wrote:Tumpang kesian kat warga tentera Thai yang terkorban 3 nahas helikopter berturut2 dalam seminggu di kawasan yg sama.

16 Julai - tentera Thai hantar heli jenis Huey UH1H pickup pegawai dan wartawan dekat sempadan Thai-Myanmar. Musim hujan, jatuh meletup dan mati 5 orang.

19 Julai - Cari guna orang kampung dan jalan darat, jumpa bangkai heli. Panggil Black Hawk, nak pungut 5 mayat. Black Hawk pula jatuh dan ranap. 9 mati.

22 Julai - 3 hari cari pakai orang asli dan panjat gunung, jumpa mayat. Panggil lagi satu heli, Bell 212, nak angkut mayat. Enjin rosak dan jatuh. Satu selamat, 2 atau 3 mati.


nahas 3

3 heli jatuh

nahas heli thai

sudah jatuh ditimpa heli

mak aii What a Face
3 jenis heli tu.. affraid
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Re: International Defence Affairs and News

Post by standupper on Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:20 pm

Bukan double.. dah triple... kerazland.

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Post by blankrasta on Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:13 pm

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