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chemical engineering (EH110)
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Kdr Mohd Kindil bin Md. Akim TLDM N/402176.
Tuesday August 25, 2009
48th joint sea exercise between Malaysia and Thailandhttp://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2009/8/25/southneast/4560191&sec=southneast
KUANTAN: Some 270 personnel from Malaysian and Thailand’s maritime law enforcing agencies were involved in the 48th joint sea exercise code-named SEAEX THAMAL recently.
The agencies were the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN), Royal Malaysian Marine Police (RMMP), Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), Royal Thai Navy (RTN) and Royal Thai Marine Police (RTMP).
It was conducted in the waters off Kuantan and Songkhla, led by Commander Mohd Kindil Md Akim and assisted by Commander Semrueng Kongphol.
The vessels involved in the exercise were two RMN ships - KD Handalan and KD Perdana, two RMMP ships - PX 28 and PX 9, one MMEA ship - KM Sipadan and three RTN ships - HTMS Sriracha, PGM 99, PGM 993, and one RTMP ship - RTMP 808.
In Labuan, a navy patrol vessel intercepted in Malaysian waters, a mainland China fishing vessel and had its five crewmen quarantined while they were screened for SARS.
Malaysian naval vessel KD Todak commanding officer Lt Commander Mohd Kindil Mohd Akim said the vessel was among three boats spotted at Ubi reef at the South China Sea on Thursday.
He said KD Todak navy personnel managed to stop one of the vessels while the other two fled to open sea. The detained fishing vessel was believed to be from Hainan in China.