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» Malaysian Army Open Malaysian Army in New Window
Also known as the Tentera Darat Malaysia (TDM) in Malay term. Malaysian Army is the land component of the Malaysian Armed Forces. It was established when the Federal Council of Federated Malay States passed the Malay Regiment Bill on January 23, 1933. The official site features history of Malaysian Army; profile of Malaysian Army, Kor and Rejimen; career; terminology cross-reference; and activities.
army.mod.gov.my/
Notes :   Available in Malay version only.
» Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Open Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) in New Window
Also known as Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM) in Malay term. RMAF was formed on June 2, 1958 when the Air Force Ordinance 1958 was passed by the Parliament and it was then known as the Royal Malayan Air Force. The role of the RMAF is to prepare, maintain and operate an air force that is ready and able to project aerospace power in order to promote and protect the national interests. The RMAF rank structure was based on the British Royal...   [Read more]
maf.mod.gov.my/homepage/tudm/
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.
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» Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) Open Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) in New Window
Also known as Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia (TLDM) in Malay term. RMN is the naval arm of Malaysian Armed Forces. It was started with the formation of the Straits Settlement Naval Volunteer Reserve (SSNVR) in Singapore on April 27, 1934 by the British colonial government. The role of the RMN is to safeguard the Malaysia's coastline, her Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), her territorial waters as well as defending Malaysia against all seaborne...   [Read more]
www.navy.mil.my/
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.

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