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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Mengingati Tragedi 26 April 1976

Pembaca...Buat permulaan, Tragedi 26 April 1976 sekurang-kurangnya didokumentasikan dalam majalah "PERAJURIT" isu April 2010...




Kita tunggu pula penyiarannya dalam program RTM1 "HARI INI DALAM SEJARAH" pada tarikh tersebut seperti yang dijanjikan oleh Arkib Negara Malaysia...Wallahu'alam.

11 comments:

Kamal Sanusi said...

Salam Tuan

At least the ball is start rolling.

ArshadRaji said...

Dear Nor,

Your persistence is well rewarded. But I still cannot understand why such a significant event is kept silent by the AF.

Mej (B) Nor Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman said...

Dear Kamal & Dato,

Thank you.

Dato'..I really don't know!

Anonymous said...

Saya excited untuk dapatkan Edisi April Perajurit. Tahniah Encik Nor Ibrahim. Sesuatu yang akan membuka mata hati lebih ramai rakyat Malaysia .Ramai yang tak tahu langsung pasal insiden di Gubir.Dengan terselitnya di majalah pertahanan, diharap pembaca di media cetak pula didedahkan pada cerita pahit maung wira-wira negara.

(shafik )

Mej (B) Nor Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman said...

Saudara Shafik,

Terima kasih. Sebagai seorang remaja, saya berbangga dengan semangat patriotisme anda. Saya berharap anda akan berjaya menjalani latihan pada Jun nanti, InsyaAllah.

syafiq_flyhalf27 said...

Salam Tuan!

Dah beli dan baca artikel tu......alhamdulillah dapat juga di dokumenkan ..moga2 boleh menjadi bahan rujukan pada SIAPA yang berminat,jika tidak tak siapa pun TAHU dan ramai buat2 tak TAHU..!

Kepada yang terkorban,doa kita moga2 ROH mereka mendapat GANJARAN atas perngorbanan mereka tu ..ALFATIHAH!

Basri bin Hj Omar

Mej (B) Nor Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman said...

Saudara Basri,

Terima kasih. Betul kata anda itu. Semoga Allah mencucuri roh mereka.

Anonymous said...

i remember my relatives air force son who died sometimes in the early 80's. still remember when the truck carry his body arrive in my kampung in Segamat!

Mej (B) Nor Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman said...

Dear Anonymous,

When I was the Paymaster of 7 RMR at Pengkalan Chepa, Kelantan, way back in 1971, one of the most difficult thing to do as a 'Duty Officer' was to inform the families of our soldiers who were killed in ops. 7 RMR then was the only unit in Kelantan. All funeral arrangments had to be shouldered by us. Imagine...the feelings of the families when an Army officer, complete with 'Sam Brown' over the bush jacket, with a 'solemn' face came knocking at the door at odd hours.

Capt's Longhouse said...

nor,

,,,perhaps in those days we don't have blogging facilities but since you have started the ball rolling kind of to say, maybe we should get the rest of our aircrew buddies to write-in their frontline experience ?. After all its all officially locked-in their log books plus memories !.
,,,the special branch SB sorties would also be interesting too, remembering Fort Cabai, Gemala, Kemar, Poi, Gob etc etc plus in support of ops. Bamboo for the police field force ?.
,,,what more about all the various operations for the Army plus some for the Navy ?.

Mej (B) Nor Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman said...

Dear Sharif,

I had e-mailed and called a few of the veterans to write their experiences but was not successful. I think they're preoccupied with their committments.