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LUMUT: The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) will be participating in the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise known as Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2018 in Hawaii, U.S. from June 27.

Western Armada Commander Vice Admiral Datuk Seri Mohamad Roslan Mohamad Ramli said RMN’s involvement in the exercise conducted by the US Navy would empower the personnel and assets of RMN in terms of military strategy and preparedness.

LUMUT, 25 Mei -- Panglima Armada Barat Laksamana Madya Datuk Seri Mohamad Roslan Mohamad Ramli melambai kepada kapal Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia pada upacara 'Fleet Review' bersempena Pengunduran Panglima Armada Barat di Tambatan Pangkalan Lumut hari ini.Panglima Armada Barat ke-22 itu menaiki KD Lekiu dan belayar di sekitar Selat Dinding bagi melihat sendiri kesiagaan 11 kapal TLDM, dua helikopter Super Lynx dan dua helikopter Fennec dalam upacara 'Fleet Review' berkenaan.
--fotoBERNAMA (2018) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA
LUMUT, 25 Mei -- Panglima Armada Barat Laksamana Madya Datuk Seri Mohamad Roslan Mohamad Ramli melambai kepada kapal Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia pada upacara 'Fleet Review' bersempena Pengunduran Panglima Armada Barat di Tambatan Pangkalan Lumut hari ini.Panglima Armada Barat ke-22 itu menaiki KD Lekiu dan belayar di sekitar Selat Dinding bagi melihat sendiri kesiagaan 11 kapal TLDM, dua helikopter Super Lynx dan dua helikopter Fennec dalam upacara 'Fleet Review' berkenaan.
--fotoBERNAMA (2018) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

“This is the first time RMN is involved in this prestigious world standard exercise which would be an excellent platform to test the resilience and preparedness of RMN assets.

“This included human resource and logistics management apart from expanding knowledge in various aspects,” he told reporters after officiating the departure of KD Lekiu to RIMPAC 2018 as well as a Fleet Review in conjunction with the retreat of the Western Armada Commander at the RMN base here today.

The KD Lekiu with 150 personnel onboard commenced sailing 6,628 nautical miles and was expected to arrive in Hawaii on June 25 to join the exercise until July 29 before returning home on Aug 3. -- BERNAMA

The KD Lekiu with 150 personnel onboard commenced sailing 6,628 nautical miles and was expected to arrive in Hawaii on June 25 to join the exercise until July 29 before returning home on Aug 3. (BERNAMA)
The KD Lekiu with 150 personnel onboard commenced sailing 6,628 nautical miles and was expected to arrive in Hawaii on June 25 to join the exercise until July 29 before returning home on Aug 3. (BERNAMA)

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