Friday, 24 January 2014

MALAYSIAN MILITARY PEOPLE

  1. Lt Colonel Abbas bin Abdul Manan : The first Malay Commanding Officer, 4th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. He was also the only surviving officer at the Battle of Pasir Panjang in 1942.
  2. Lt. Gen. Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bidin : Chief of Staff of the Malaysian Army - the first Malaysian to attend courses at Staff College, Camberley, and first NCO reaching the rank of General.
  3. Major Abdul Hamid bin Yusof : an officer with Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor listed in the London Gazette on March 13, 1918.
  4. LaksamanaTun Abdul Jamil Paduka Raja :  A Malay warrior of Johor Sultanate, played a major role in trying to wrest Malacca from Portuguese control.
  5. Lt.Gen Datuk Abdullah bin Shamsudin : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to serve the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  6. Lt. Abu Bakar bin Abdullah : A Company, 2nd Battalion Malay Regiment, Malaya WW2.
  7. Lt. Abu Bakar bin Narat : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment , kill 2 communist terrorist at Bahau, N. Sembilan on July 17, 1957.
  8. Major Abu Hassan bin Abdullah : first Commanding Officer Malaysian Special Forces, Feb.23, 1965.
  9. 2nd Lt. Adnan bin Saidi : C Company, 1st Battalion Malay Regiment – killed in action at Battle of Pasir Panjang, Singapore, 1942.
  10. Ahmad bin Johan :  first Malay appointed Adjutant of the 1st Battalion Ranger Regiment.
  11. Lt Colonel Ahmad Rodi bin Zakaria : First Commanding Officer 11th Special Forces Regiment, 1982.
  12. Major Amiruddin Bin Mustapha Albakri : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  13. Sgt. Anuar bin Talib : Among the 15 pioneers of the Malaysian Special Forces Regiment (Commando), 1965.
  14. Lt. Colonel Ariffin bin Ismail : first Malay Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. Awarded Military Cross, Malayan Emergency, 1957.
  15. Sgt. Ariffin bin Mohamed : Among the 15 pioneers of the Malaysian Special Forces Regiment (Commando), 1965.
  16. Brig.Gen Datuk Asna bin Mohd Sutan : One of the first groups of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952. Squadron Leader C, 2nd Reconnaissance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  17. Lt. Baljit Singh : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment – led operation on July 17, 1957 at Bahau, N.Sembilan and killed 2 communist terrorist.
  18. Colonel Borhan bin Ahmad : The first Commanding Officer 21st Special Service Regiment (21 RGK) , 1970.
  19. Chua Koon Eng : Force 136 – captured by the Japanese Kempetai on March 24, 1944.
  20. Daud Hj Sulaiman : first Malay Officer of Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor (Johore Military).
  21. Colonel Dustan Nyaring Angking : the first native Iban to attain the rank of full Colonel in Malaysian Army, Nov.19, 1966.
  22. Lt Colonel Fabian Wong Boon Soon : Intelligence Officer Rajang Area SecurityCommand (RASCOM), Sibu, Sarawak in the 70’s.
  23. 2nd Lt Ghazali bin Ibrahim : Among the first 15 selected and a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Force, 1965. The first Commanding Officer of 22nd Rejimen Gerup Gerakhas Malaysia (Colonel). 1977.
  24. Major Harchand Singh : Squadron A 1st Reconnaissance Regiment at Congo,1962.
  25. Brig. Gen Datuk Harun bin Taib : the first Commander of the Malaysian Special Group, 1981.
  26. Brig. Gen. Datuk Hasbullah bin Yusoff : Commander of the Malaysian 3rd Infantry Brigade, died in a NURI crash at Sungai Lundu, Sarawak on Dec. 18, 1989.
  27. Private Hashim bin Rauf : First Malaysian inducted into the HQ 355 Field Security Section (FSS), a unit of the British Army Intelligence in 1953.
  28. Lt. Hassan bin Din : The first Malay to attend course at the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall, England and the first Malay to be the Director of Music Royal Malay Regiment.
  29. 2nd Lt Hassan bin Hj Yasin : led Platoon 12, 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment at Battle of Sungai Semur, 1950.
  30. Hong Pei : Force 136, Malaya WW2.
  31. Captain Hussein bin Hashim : representing the Royal Malay Regiment to received the Regiment Color from His Majesty The Yang Di Pertuan Agong on March 23, 1963.
  32. Colonel Hussin bin Awang Senik : Among the first 15 selected & a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965. The first Commandant of the Special Warfare Training Centre, 1977.
  33. Lt. Ibrahim bin Ali Ditta : The only Malay officers awarded Military Cross in World War II.
  34. Lt. Gen. Dato’ Ibrahim bin Ismail : the first Malaysian to take command of 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment and the Chief of Staff Malaysian Armed Forces.
  35. L/Corporal Johari bin Mohd Siraj : Among the first 15 selected & a pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965.
  36. W.O II Kanang ak Langkau : 8th Battalion Royal Malaysian Rangers – the only person to have received both the Panglima Gagah Berani and Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa.
  37. Lt Colonel Khalid bin Hashim : the first Malaysian to command the Port Dickson Garrison and Royal Malay Regiment Depot.
  38. Lt Colonel Khalid bin Mohd Yassin : first Malaya to be Commanding Officer of 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  39. Lt Colonel Khong Kim Kong : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  40. Maj. General Lai Chung Wah : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  41. Major Lakhbir Singh Gill : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952- commanding the A Squadron 2nd Federation Regiment at Bukavu, Congo, 1961.
  42. Maj. Gen Datuk Leong Siew Meng : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  43. Li Han Kwang : Force 136, Malaya WW2.
  44. Lim Bo Seng : Force 136 – anti Japanese Resistance Fighter based in Malaya and Singapore, WW2.
  45. Lt Colonel Linus Lunsong : The first Iban to command 22nd Malaysian Special Forces.
  46. Lt. Low Lai Fook : 1st Battalion Federation Regiment – led and operation on July 17, 1957 at Bahau, N. Sembilan and killed 2 communist terrorist.
  47. Lt. Low Tung Yeow : Reconnaissance Troop at Congo, 1961
  48. Lt Colonel Mahmood bin Sulaiman : The first Commanding Officer 9th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  49. Corporal Maniam Moorthy : Malaysian Commando – one of the Malaysian Everest Team in 1997, died on Dec.20, 2005.
  50. L/Corporal Md Yusof bin Yaakob : 6th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, were killed in the explosion at Kindu Airport, Congo, in 1961.
  51. 2nd Lt. Mike Chong Boon Tick : Troop Leader, A Squadron, Federation Regiment, Kindu, Congo, 1962.
  52. Lt. Colonel Mohammed Noor Hj Tamrin : First Malay Commanding Officer 5th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment. Commanding Malayan Special Force at Congo, 1962.
  53. Sgt. Mohd Dali bin Ahmad : First Malay to lead the Royal Malay Regiment Band, Aug.1, 1936.
  54. Major Mohd Fuad bin Md Ghazali : 1st Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – Malaysian Army’s first Captain of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, London on May 2, 2008.
  55. Lt. Mohd Ramli bin Ismail : Among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces (Commando), 1965.
  56. Captain Mohd Said : Officer with Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri Johor (Johor Military Force)  listed in the London Gazette on March 13, 1918.
  57. Captain Mohd Salleh Ali : Johor Military Force assigned to control the Indian Army during World War 1.
  58. Corporal Moo Kee Fah : Among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces (Commando), 1965.
  59. Captain Mukhtiar Singh s/o Sadagar Singh : served 29 years in both Army and Police Force – led his platoon wiped out Communist terrorist in Selangor.
  60. Colonel Musa bin Ahmad : Johor Military Force – the composer for the song “Seri Mersing”.
  61. Maj. Gen. Datuk Mustaffa Awang : Commander of Army 2nd Division – died in NURI Crash at Lundu, Sarawak on Dec.18, 1989.
  62. Maj.Gen. Datuk N. Selvarajah : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  63. Lt. Colonel Ng Boon Hwa : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  64. Major Noel Terence Lopez : Battery Commander, B Battery, 1st Artillery Regiment at Kuching, Sarawak, 1965.
  65. Sgt. Onn bin Jaafar : Johor Military Force – assigned to control the Indian Army during World War 1.
  66. W.O. 1 Osman bin Enggok : first Malay “Sargeant Major Regiment”, Malay Regiment, WW2.
  67. Lt. Colonel Othman bin Ibrahim : First Commanding Officer 8th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment.
  68. 2nd Lt. Raja bin Hj Ahmad : C Squadron, 2nd Battalion Reconnaisance Regiment at Congo, 1962.
  69. Lt. Colonel Raja Lope Rashid Raja Abd Rahman : among the first 25 Malay youths to join the first Experimental Squad of the Royal Malay Regiment on 1 March 1933 in Port Dickson and among the first 4 commissioned officers of Malay Regiment.
  70. L/Corporal Sabri bin Ahmad : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965.
  71. Corporal Sapok Biki : Malaysian Ranger Regiment - Malaysia's first gold medalist in boxing event at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, 1998.
  72. Private Shaari bin Mat Isa : 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment – died of appendicitis at Goma Hospital, Congo on Dec.27, 1962.
  73. Lt. Colonel Shamsudin bin Abbas : First Director of Malaysian Special Forces, 1980.
  74. Corporal Silva Dorai : among the first 15 selected and pioneers of the Malaysian Specil Forces, 1965.
  75. Private Siohnah bin Jantan : 7th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, drowned at Bukavu River, Congo on June 6, 1962.
  76. Brig. Gen. Datuk Stephen Mundaw : The first native Iban Officer to be appointed Brigadier General on Nov. 1, 2010.
  77. Marsyal Muda (U) Dato’ Sulaiman bin Sujak : The first Malaysian to be appointed Chier of The Air Force, Royal Malaysian Air Force.
  78. Hon. Colonel Sultan Abu Bakar Ri’ayatudin Al-Mu’atham Shah : Pahang State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 23 June 1923.
  79. Hon. Colonel Sultan Ale’idin Suleiman Shah : Selangor State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 1 August 1931.
  80. Hon. Colonel Sultan Iskandar Shah : Perak State Troops Malayan Volunteer Infantry, 19 Feb. 1926.
  81. Syed Mohamed Nong Yahya : Led the Johore Military Forces in 1885.
  82. Tan Chong Tee : Force 136, captured by the Japanese on March 26, 1944.
  83. Lt. Colonel Thong Chee Sin : One of the first group of 11 Officers commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant to served  the Federation Regiment which was established in 1952.
  84. Lt. Colonel Tunku Osman Tunku Mohd Jewa : The first Malay to command 2nd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment and the first Malaysian to be appointed Chief of The Armed Forces.
  85. Lt. Colonel Ungku Nasaruddin Bin Ungku Mohammad : Commander of the Malayan Forces at Congo under United Nations.
  86. Captain V.T. Lee : Representing Royal Reconnaissance Corps to received the Corps colors from His Majesty the King on March 23, 1963.
  87. Voo Soo Thiam : First batch Police Inspector trainee , Police Depot, 1947.
  88. Sgt. Yahya bin Darus : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malayan Special Forces, 1965.
  89. Colonel Yeop Mohidin bin Mohd Sharif : Founder of the Territorial Army (Askar Wataniah).
  90. Major Zainal Abidin bin Hj Yaakob : Officer in Charge ‘A’ Company, 3rd Battalion Royal Malay Regiment, killed in Action at Kalabakan, Sabah on Dec. 29, 1963.
  91. Sgt. Zakaria bin Abas : among the first 15 selected and pioneer of the Malaysian Special Forces, 1965. 
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