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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) MH370 Crash Tragedy 8 Mac 2014 Part VI 22th Day SAR


RAAF Crew Adam Roberts and John Mancey deploy Self Locating Data Marker Buoy from RAAF C130J Hercules in search the debris of MH370 in South Indian Ocean. The SAR location already change closer to perth around 1500km areas due to new information of speed of MH370 that consumed a lot of fuel jet. sources Reuters


Inside in RAAF AP3C Orion Cockpit . Malaysia need this MPA aircraft in the future and do some upgrade in our maritime patrol assets like this one. Souces Bernama



 RAAF AP-3C Orion take off from Pearce Bullsbrook Airbase. Bernama



Our Airforces already arrived in Pearce Bullsbrook Airbase yesterday with 2 nos RMAF C130H Hercules in effort to SAR MH370


Our RMAF CH130H Hercules Crewman do some pray session before take off to joining Search and Rescue Mission in Indian Ocean


Our ship NGPV KD Kelantan on the move in Indian Ocean. Waklu PR cakap kapal kita x ada kat sana.. Wak lu..



U.S. 7th Fleet Adds Second P-8 Poseidon to MH370 Search



Thanks A Lot US Navy 7th Fleet

Already 22th missing day of MH370 in South Indian Ocean, SAR Team leading by Australia still in mission of search and rescue on concerned area. A lot of satellite image already been shared from various country like France, UK, China, Australia and Thailand but some debris has been founded by SAR Team not lead to MH370 debris. So far, US Navy already dispatched second P8A Poseidon and Black Box Searching Device (refer to this link US Navy Towed Pinged Locator). RMAF CH130H Hercules already joined the search after arrived in Perth yesterday. Malaysia Frigate KD Lekiu will anchor in Perth tomorrow to resupply before joined SAR team in Indian Ocean.  So I think it can shut up some my dumbass people that told in social media asked where is our Armed Forces in SAR MH370. Well, I think some of malaysian citizen understand the mentality of this dumbass especially from opposition party. 

Keep Pray for MH370. Hopefully, SAR Team will found some lead or evidence the crashed of MH370 with aroun 7 days the black box battery or beacon will shut down after 30 days crashed.

Al fatihah

p/s: In order to protect our Royal Airforces regarding lost MH370 please refer and open your mind and give opinion regarding this information RMAF not to be blamed ok!!!



Information and Chart about how search black box device in under ocean level. Sources NST

Monday, March 24, 2014

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) MH370 Crash Tragedy 8 Mac 2014 Part V 17th Day SAR



PM NAJIB RAZAK’S PRESS STATEMENT ON MH370


This evening I was briefed by representatives from the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). They informed me that Inmarsat, the UK company that provided the satellite data which indicated the northern and southern corridors, has been performing further calculations on the data. Using a type of analysis never before used in an investigation of this sort, they have been able to shed more light on MH370’s flight path.

Based on their new analysis, Inmarsat and the AAIB have concluded that MH370 flew along the southern corridor, and that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean, west of Perth.

This is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites. It is therefore with deep sadness and regret that I must inform you that, according to this new data, flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean.

We will be holding a press conference tomorrow with further details. In the meantime, we wanted to inform you of this new development at the earliest opportunity. We share this information out of a commitment to openness and respect for the families, two principles which have guided this investigation.

Malaysia Airlines have already spoken to the families of the passengers and crew to inform them of this development. For them, the past few weeks have been heartbreaking; I know this news must be harder still. I urge the media to respect their privacy, and to allow them the space they need at this difficult time.


RMN Airwing KD Rajawali on MH370 SAR operation. Credit picture to Khairul Amali


US Navy P3C Orion from 7th Fleet take off from Subang Air Base. Credit Ayop Stratotankers






In the cockpit of the P-8A that involved with MH370 SAR operation. Credit picture to US Navy.


Fuel the jet. P-8A from VP-16 readying for MH370 SAR operation. Credit picture to US Navy.


Chinese Recon Airplane (I don't recognize this type of this aircraft hahahaha) take off from Subang Air Base, Malaysia. credit to Ayob Stratankers


New Zealand P3C Orion in Perth 



Japanese P3C Orion dispatched from TUDM Subang Air Base. Kredit Metro





Sunday, March 16, 2014

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) MH370 Crash Tragedy 8 Mac 2014 Part IV 9th Day SAR


International effort on MH370 SAR operation by Japanese Maritim Rescue Team. Credit to Khairul Amilin Zakaria


Observation seat. Credit to MA from MalaysianDefense.com


The Royal Malaysian Navy corvette KD Terengganu and a U.S. Navy MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopter from the Blue Hawks of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 78, Det. 2, from the guided-missile destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91), conduct a coordinated air and sea search for a missing Malaysian Airlines jet in the Gulf of Thailand.


KM Amanah from MMEA on SAR operation for MH370.


Observation seat. Credit to MA from MalaysianDefense.com


TNI AU Boieng 737 Surveiller and Air Patrol Crew Man from 5th Squadron "Black Mermaids" take a time to pray for MH370 before depature as part SAR Team in Mallaca Straits  at Suwondo Air Base in Medan North Sumatra, Indonesia. Thanks a lot all my indonesian friend to this effort. Credit to Astro Awani.


MMEA personel keep search missing MH370 in Mallaca Straits. Credit to Astro Awani


Malaysia Navy Fennec Helicopter in mission SAR operation of Missing MH370. Credit to Bernama


Vietnamese Navy Gepard HQ-011 Dinh Tien Hoang with China PLAN Type 054A Huangshan in SAR mission in South China Sea



RMAF CH130 CrewMan never stop search MH370. Never

Yesterday, Malaysian Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak announced the SAR operation in South China Sea already called off regarding new information that MH370 has Air Turn Back to the west of Malaysia Peninsular and go far away from South East Asia. The operation has entered a new phase. The search was already a highly complex, multinational effort. It has now become even more difficult.

The information that leaked in Foreign Media that MH370 has been landed in US Navy Base Deigo Garcia are not true and Transportation Minister Dato Seri Hishamuddin already stood to his statement about this matter.

The search area has been significantly expanded. And the nature of the search has changed. From focusing mainly on shallow seas, we are now looking at large tracts of land, crossing 11 countries, as well as deep and remote oceans.

The number of countries involved in the search and rescue operation has increased from 14 to 25, which brings new challenges of co-ordination and diplomacy to the search effort.

The communication systems of missing flight MH370 were deliberately disabled, Malaysia’s prime minister Dato Seri Najib Razak has confirmed. and said radar and satellite data showed the plane then changed course.‘‘We can say with a high degree of certainty that the aircrafts communications addressing and reporting system or ACARS, was disabled.

These movements are consistent with deliberate action by someone on the plane,’‘ PM said. PM also said new evidence placed the aircraft in one of two corridors: North from Northern Thailand to Kazakhstan, or south from Indonesia to the southern Indian ocean.

The latest clues to MH370’s whereabouts come as the search for the missing aircraft enters its second week. Earlier, one Malaysian government official was quoted as saying investigators believed the plane had been hijacked by one of the pilots or someone with flying experience.

The Foreign Ministry of Malaysia briefed representatives from 22 countries, including those along the northern and southern search corridors, as well other countries that may be able to help. These include Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, China, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia.
Malaysian officials are requesting support from these countries – as well as others. This support includes general satellite data, radar playback – both primary and secondary – provisions for ground, sea and aerial search, and assets as appropriate.
Malaysia are currently discussing with all partners how best to deploy assets along the two search corridors. At this stage, both the northern and southern corridors are being treated with equal importance.
Malaysia are asking countries that have satellite assets, including the US, China and France among others, to provide further satellite data. And we are contacting additional countries who may be able to contribute specific assets relevant to the search and rescue operation. Surveillance aircraft are required, and maritime vessels are needed, particularly for the southern corridor.

One of My friend Inspiration and Hope to Missing MH370


International SAR operation Aircraft and Vessels


Malaysia KD Lekiu performed Hajat Sholat in the deck with hope on Missing MH370



Monday, March 10, 2014

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) MH370 Crash Tragedy 8 Mac 2014 Part III 3rd Day SAR






A U.S. Navy MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopter from Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 78, Det 2, assigned to the guided-missile Destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91), takes off from the ship as part of the search and rescue effort for the missing Malaysian airlines flight MH370. credit for FB US Navy 7th fleet and FB Akmal Bashir


 Navy P-3 arrives on station, searching in last known location of Malaysian Airlines



Malaysia RMAF Special Forces MPRT disembark to SAR Operation in South China Sea. Credit to FB Khairul Amilin Zakaria.


MMEA deployed its AW139 chopper for search and rescue mission of MAS flight MH370



Adm. Datuk Mohd Amdan Kurish, director general of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, looks at a radar screen while searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the South China Sea, about 100 nautical miles from Tok Bali Beach in Malaysia's Kelantan state, on Sunday.


RMAF EC725 AP winchex SAR Coordination Officer aboard in KD Terengganu 174 NGPV Vessel


KD Pahang and KD Terengganu on SAR Operation in South China Sea Area.



Vietnam Navy conducted more SAR operation in their international water.


We still want see you back MH370.