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This is the national disaster, “F5E jet engine was stolen” under our nose


Malaysia is in moral crisis from the top political leaders to taxi drivers. Luckily MIG-30 MKM was not stolen and smuggled to Vietnam.

A senior of mine with Lieutenant Colonel rank in the RMAF was dismissed last year. I am not sure he was involved or not in this scandal. Malaysian BN government claimed only lower ranking officials involved is suspicious and sneaky statement.

Basically foreign hostile nation can bribe Malaysian military officials to bring down air defence system without sending any single jet fighter to attack our airbases. Charge those RMAF personnel involved in this scandal with treason against the nation under the military law which carry death penalty.

Malaysian fighter jet engine stolen from airbase

(AFP) – 2 hours ago

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia will take action against air force personnel involved in the theft of a 14.5-million-dollar fighter jet engine sold to a South American company, according to reports Sunday.

Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the company hired an agent to take the 50-million-ringgit engine out of the country from a military airbase, the Star newspaper and national news agency Bernama reported.

“The ministry will take legal action at the international level to charge the company involved,” he was quoted as saying by Bernama, without specifying the type of action or identifying the company.

“Stern action will also be taken against the Royal Malaysian Air Force staff involved for betraying the country,” the minister added.

Air force officers found the jet engine was missing late last year during a routine maintenance service, but the matter became public only after the English-language New Straits Times published a report on Saturday.

The newspaper also said police had arrested four individuals, including the buyer, the seller and air force personnel who assisted in stealing the engine, used as powerplant for a single-seat fighter and reconnaissance aircraft.

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