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Jawatan Kosong Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia (TLDM) 2012

Date: 30 Jan 2012 | Badan Kerajaan
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Jawatan Kosong Tentera TLDM 2012

The Royal Malaysian Navy can trace its roots to the formation of the Straits Settlement Naval Volunteer Reserve (SSNVR) in Singapore on 27 April 1934 by the British colonial government in Singapore. The SSNVR was formed to assist the Royal Navy in the defence of Singapore, upon which the defence of the Malay Peninsula was based. Another reason behind its formation were political developments in Asia, particularly a Japan that was increasingly assertive in Asia. In 1938, the SSNVR was expanded with a branch in Penang.

On 18 January 1935, the British Admiralty presented Singapore with an Acacia class sloop, HMS Laburnum, to serve as the Reserve’s Headquarters and drill ship. It was berthed at the Telok Ayer Basin. HMS Laburnum was sunk in February 1942, prior to the capitulation of Singapore at the beginning of the Pacific Second World War.

With the outbreak of the Second World War in Europe, the SSNVR increased the recruitment of mainly indigenous personnel into the force, to beef up local defences as Royal Navy resources were required in Europe.

Members of the SSNVR were called up to active duty, and the force was augmented by members of the Royal Navy Malay Section. This formed the basis of the navy in Malaya, called the Malay Navy, manned by indigenous Malay personnel (similarly, the Malays were recruited into the fledgling Malay Regiment formed in 1936). The Malay Navy had a strength of 400 men who received their training at HMS Pelandok, the Royal Navy training establishment in Malaya. Recruitment was increased and in 1941 at the outbreak of the war in Asia, the Malay Navy had a strength of 1450 men.

Throughout the Second World War, the Malay Navy served with the Allied Forces in the Indian and Pacific theater of operations. When the war ended with the Japanese Surrender in 1945, only 600 personnel of the Malay Navy reported for muster. Post war economic constraints saw the disbandment of the Malay Navy in 1947.

Tentera Laut Diraja Malaysia (TLDM) mempelawa belia dan beliawanis tanahair untuk berkhdimat sebagai anggota TLDM peringkat rendah (Lain-Lain Pangkat) lelaki dan wanita di dalam pelbagai kepakaran dan cawangan:

  1. Perajurit Muda
  2. Laskar Muda
  3. Laskar Kelas II
  4. Laskar Kelas I
  5. Bintara Muda
  6. Bintara Kanan
  7. Pegawai Waran II
  8. Pegawai Waran I

UNTUK IKLAN JAWATAN DAN CARA MEMOHON :

Jawatan Kosong Tentera TLDM 2012 Tarikh Tutup Permohonan: 11-28 Februari 2012

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