^^ hawknya di coinin kali..
hak di negara asalnya aja gak terpenuhi, masa mau menuntut hak ditempat orang.
Nggak masuk ZEE Indonesia ... tetapi 100% masuk ZEE Malasia ...
Chappy Hakim: The South China Sea Pivots and Indonesia
yaaaaaaaah..chappy hakim, gak up to date, apache masih dibawa2.. hno: !
karena jika jatuhnya indonesia ke tangah china seperti kamboja, maka tantangan buat merangkul kawasan semakin berat. China kasi Missile C-802/C-705, amerika tawarin F-16, China tawarin TD-2000B, amerika kasi maverick+Javelin + IMSS (integrated maritime surveilance system) $57m. gak heran tetangganya mndo sirik
Its so clear that the ownership of the James Shoal belongs to Malaysia (If not Brunei) and absolutely not Komunis Cina or Taiwan, thats such a ridiculous claim. The ASEAN countries should perform joint military exercises around that area as soon as possible (Indonesia-Malaysia-Brunei-Filipina). Or maybe some big scale exercise in the middle of the Spratly Sea together with Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam....Location
It is located about 80 km (50 mi) northwest of Bintulu, on the Continental shelf of Borneo, placing it 80 km from the Malaysian coast and about 1800 km from the Chinese mainland. Geographically, it is south of the Spratly Islands, but it is sometimes grouped with them as part of the international dispute over sovereignty in the South China Sea.
apa kabar Zamboanga ?
Oke, i try to find it on internet....
On August 15, 2013, 6 US-made riverine patrol boats arrived at the Philippine Marine Headquarters. These were manufactured by aluminum vessel manufacturer Silver Ships.
The brand new 40-foot vessels were transferred to the country under the Foreign Military Sales program through which the US government facilitated the procurement of the items for the Navy.
The boats were ordered through FMS in 2011 and manufacturing was completed in 2012. Transport and freight problems, however, delayed the boats' delivery from May 2013 to August 2013.
The boats will reportedly be used in shallow water operations but are also capable of traversing open waters.
Di Philipînes orang boleh memiliki senjata tanpa proses lisensi dan izin seperti di Indonesia... Jadi ya wajar saja pemberontak di sana bisa punya persenjataan yang lebih lengkap...