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minigunner - 12/10/2009 01:52 PM
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PDRM



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Sources : http://perisik-rakyat.com/



yang ini mirip Makelar/calo angkot gan .... banyak d Indonesia kok ...oke lanjoet ..
HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 01:57 PM
#82

Operasi Memadam Kebakaran Oleh Maritim Malaysia



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minigunner - 12/10/2009 02:02 PM
#83

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Original Posted By carlnain
my god bro ..... kenapa sih d banned ??


HangPC siyh baik2 aja ... cm banyak malon2 nubie yg mengganggu "kedamaian" Kaskus niyh ... tolong pakcik jelaskan ke Mereka, kami di Formil jg menahan kaskuser Nubi indonesia biar gak mengganggu "kedamaian" disini.
HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 02:07 PM
#84

Operasi Memadam Kebakaran Oleh Maritim Malaysia & TUDM



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Sources : http://manjongmari.blogspot.com
HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 05:47 PM
#85

Grun - 12/10/2009 06:09 PM
#86

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Original Posted By minigunner
HangPC siyh baik2 aja ... cm banyak malon2 nubie yg mengganggu "kedamaian" Kaskus niyh ... tolong pakcik jelaskan ke Mereka, kami di Formil jg menahan kaskuser Nubi indonesia biar gak mengganggu "kedamaian" disini.


Justru selama saya memantau di sini, lebih banyak "obor"nya dari niubie Indonesia.... yg ga bisa baca judul thread, dan ketika mereka posting ttg unit unit mereka, langsung ga mau kalah, ikut posting2 ttg unit indonesia, yg serupa... contoh: polisi hutan.

thread untuk posting gambar uda ada sendiri


gw personal suka dengan thread ini
team5 - 12/10/2009 06:12 PM
#87

FireFighter mereka lebih lengkap dari pada kita
*bener2 ngidam Be-200*
HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 06:18 PM
#88

MAE nears RM2b revenue target



By Kang Siew Li


Malaysian Aerospace Engineering has set a RM2 billion revenue target for this year, of which RM520 million will come from third-party maintenance, repair and overhaul services.


Malaysian Aerospace Engineering Sdn Bhd (MAE), the engineering and maintenance arm of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), said it expects work from its parent and other carriers to contribute equally to revenue for the year ending December 31, 2010.

The company has set a RM2 billion revenue target for this year, of which RM520 million or 26 per cent will come from third-party maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services.

Managing director Mohd Roslan Ismail told Business Times that the company is close to the target and is confident of achieving the 50:50 revenue mix by end-2010.

This is due to intensified focus on third-party MRO services in the last three years, which saw this segment grow by more than 100 per cent from RM218 million in 2006 to RM438 million last year.
MAE also sees encouraging recovery signs in the global MRO industry as airlines respond to growing demand by catching up on deferred maintenance and upgrades and removing aircraft from storage.

Already, it has projected to have revenue of RM3 billion by 2013, of which 60 per cent will be work for third parties. MAE now handles third-party work from more than 100 airlines including Air Atlanta, Lufthansa, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Jet Airways, Delta and GECAS.

Meanwhile, it remains on track to meet its target of RM520 million in third party revenue this year despite falling short of its first-half goal.

"We initially targeted to capture a sizeable chunk of MRO work for wide-body aircraft like the Boeing 747 and 777 because they generate more money. However, the global economic slowdown had resulted in airlines around the world grounding aircraft because of the drop in passenger traffic," Mohd Roslan said, adding that most of these aircraft grounded were scheduled for heavy maintenance checks and were wide-body jets.

"So while we were kept busy handling maintenance work in the first half of this year, the jobs were mainly for narrow-body jets that generate less revenue even though the duration of the checks is roughly the same as that for wide-body aircraft," he said.

As a result, MAE fell short of its first-half third party revenue target.

"However, third party revenue compared year-on-year was slightly better than the year before, with a 5 per cent growth," Mohd Roslan said.

To ensure that the RM520 million target is still met, the company has embarked on an aggressive plan to pursue further third-party work in the second half of this year.

"Besides going after the total aircraft maintenance business, we have decided to capture other ancillary revenue like fleet technical management, technical training, line station services and component overhaul workshop," Mohd Roslan said.

Its efforts have borne fruit, as its 24-hangar MRO facilities at Subang and the KL International Airport in Sepang are running out of space.

"Business is so good that we had to rent hangar space from Sepang Aircraft Engineering Sdn Bhd next door," he added.

It is also seeing a return in wide-body aircraft MRO jobs since August as airlines bring their wide-body fleet back to service, adding to evidence that the global MRO industry has hit bottom.

"I had forewarned my team during a June meeting that we have to be ready once the economy rebounds. People will start bringing back their retired/grounded aircraft and there will be a glut of requirements for aircraft maintenance. True enough, we now face capacity problems," Mohd Roslan said.

So far this year, MAE has carried out checks on more than 100 aircraft of both narrow- and wide-body types.

On its proposed acquisition of Transmile Group Bhd's engineering and maintenance unit, Mohd Roslan said MAE is currently conducting due diligence on its counterpart and expects to finalise its decision by the end of the year. Upon the completion of the proposed acquisition, MAE is expected to be the largest provider of airframe MRO services in Asia-Pacific with 28 hangars and the capacity to accommodate 28 narrow- and wide-body aircraft at any one time.


- Business Times -


HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 11:27 PM
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Royal Military College





















HAPC2 - 12/10/2009 11:48 PM
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minigunner - 12/10/2009 11:57 PM
#91

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Original Posted By Grun
Justru selama saya memantau di sini, lebih banyak "obor"nya dari niubie Indonesia.... yg ga bisa baca judul thread, dan ketika mereka posting ttg unit unit mereka, langsung ga mau kalah, ikut posting2 ttg unit indonesia, yg serupa... contoh: polisi hutan.

thread untuk posting gambar uda ada sendiri


gw personal suka dengan thread ini




Wahh itu post saya contohnya ...
PolHUt mah bukan "gak mo kalah" gan ... cm kasi liat polisi hutan d INdonesia itu cm mengatasi kriminalitas d hutan dan daerah konservasi alam ... intinya cm menunjukan perbedaan dgn "pasukan polisi hutan" Malay ... n we were really love peacefull ... but "SengCok" msh berlaku
cellsecret - 13/10/2009 05:29 AM
#92

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Original Posted By HAPC2
Royal Military College
























Rasta,ntar marley ama mbah surip berkunjung
HAPC2 - 13/10/2009 10:34 AM
#93

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sugaronx - 13/10/2009 10:49 AM
#94

MALASYIA

coba di pelajari dalam ilmu bahasa

MAL = SALAH
ASYIA = ASIA

MALASYIA = ASIA YANG SALAH

mungkin benar juga ya

sebagai orang Asia/negara dengan budaya timur....biasanya

1.Orang Asia tidak suka mencuri
2.Orang Asia selalu menghormati Yang lebih tua
3.Orang Asia ramah ,tidak sombong dan suka membantu sesama
4.Orang Asia tahu mana milik orang lain dan mana milik sendiri
5.Orang Asia itu Selalu memperjuangkan kemerdekaanya bukan hanya menerima contoh.Vietnam,India dan tentunya Indonesia...

no offesnse please hahahahahahahahaha
HAPC2 - 13/10/2009 01:32 PM
#95

Mission Completed @ Padang Quake 2009


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Military Personal Road Mishap 2009


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Arm Purchases Review


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Grun - 13/10/2009 01:34 PM
#96

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Original Posted By sugaronx
MALASYIA

coba di pelajari dalam ilmu bahasa

MAL = SALAH
ASYIA = ASIA

MALASYIA = ASIA YANG SALAH

mungkin benar juga ya

sebagai orang Asia/negara dengan budaya timur....biasanya

1.Orang Asia tidak suka mencuri
2.Orang Asia selalu menghormati Yang lebih tua
3.Orang Asia ramah ,tidak sombong dan suka membantu sesama
4.Orang Asia tahu mana milik orang lain dan mana milik sendiri
5.Orang Asia itu Selalu memperjuangkan kemerdekaanya bukan hanya menerima contoh.Vietnam,India dan tentunya Indonesia...

no offesnse please hahahahahahahahaha


Flammer = Bata Merah
minigunner - 13/10/2009 02:42 PM
#97

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Original Posted By bakuro
kalau YA mereka dari malaysia... kenapa POLHUT loo nggak tembak aja mereka ... apa POLHUT loo buat... yang malu tu POLHUT loo yang hanya punya biji kontol... dan takut mau bertindak ama rakyat malaysia..malah POLHUT bukan menangkap mereka, POLHUT pergi mencium kaki mereka.. dan meminta uang...


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Original Posted By Grun
Flammer = Bata Merah



yg di BOLD kategori flamme apa BURN tuwh gan ...
Q.Bee - 13/10/2009 02:53 PM
#98

malaysia
HAPC2 - 13/10/2009 04:16 PM
#99

kayugraooo - 13/10/2009 04:45 PM
#100

Quote:
Original Posted By minigunner
yg di BOLD kategori flamme apa BURN tuwh gan ...


Ya biarin aj mereka ngeflame, kita ga ush klo mw ngeflame ya di trit lain (di luar formil pastinya).
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