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KD Jebat Catches Fire, No Injuries Or Casualties

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LUMUT – There were no injuries or casualties in a fire incident involving the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) KD Jebat warship, docked at the naval base here early this morning. Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) chief Admiral Tan Sri Ahmad Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin said that based on preliminary information, the 2.30am fire broke out at a…

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Navy Comfirms KD Perdana Boat Missing In Senai Waters

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Royal Malaysian Navy today confirmed that a boat owned by its ship KD Perdana had gone missing in the waters off Sedili. In a statement today, it said communication lapsed between the boat and another boat carrying a boarding team on Saturday. It said one officer and eight personnel were on…

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Agong Visits Royal Malaysian Navy Base In Lumut

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LUMUT – The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V today made his maiden visit to the Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) base here. His arrival at 5.30pm at the Parade Ground onboard the KD Pelandok was received by Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, Perak Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir, as well…

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Ahmad Kamarulzaman Is Chief Of Navy

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KUALA LUMPUR – Admiral Datuk Seri Ahmad Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin is today formally appointed as the 16th Chief of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN). Ahmad Kamarulzaman, who was the deputy chief of the RMN for about three years prior to his new appointment, took over from Admiral Tan Sri Dr Abdul Aziz Jaafar who stepped…

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Challenging Mission To Rescue CB204 Crew

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KOTA KINABALU – KD Ganas commanding officer, Lieutenant Commander Che Mohd Fakhrul Azizi Che Nah described the task of towing back the crew members of CB204 gunboat to the naval base here today as the most challenging mission ever undertaken since joining the navy eight years ago. Che Mohd Fakhrul Azizi said the 21-hour trip…

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CB204 Is Back, All Crew Safe Despite Spending 80 Hours At Sea

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KOTA KINABALU – Emotions ran high as five sailors aboard Royal Malaysian Navy fast assault craft CB204 arrived at the Sepanggar naval base safely after spending 80 hours at sea. Skipper Lieutenant Azri Bakar who was first to come out of the assault craft was greeted by his wife Lt Commander Fazilah Makun, also a…

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