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Heart 3 Pasukan Elit/Komando Terbaik di Nusantara(South-East-Asia)

[B]3 Pasukan Elit/Komando Terbaik di Nusantara(South-East-Asia)[/B]
(1) Malaysia GGK
(2)Philippine Marine Force Recon
(3) Thai Marine Recon


THE elite military forces of Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand which are tasked with the most dangerous missions in their countries are the subject of new series Special Forces over Astro’s History channel 555 next month.

To be screened on Sundays at 10pm, the hour-long episodes are titled Malaysia GGK (on Sept 2), Philippine Marine Force Recon (Sept 9) and Thai Marine Recon.

Special Forces, produced by Infocus Asia Pte Ltd which has offices in China, Singapore and Thailand, delves into the world of these highly-trained squads of selected warriors who are armed with the skills needed to infiltrate, spy, capture and kill across enemy lines.


Dunia udah Iktirah hanya 3 aja Pasukan Elit/Komando di SEA..
tonton aja nanti..

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The first episode feature Malaysian Army’s Special Forces Unit – Grup Gerak Khas. The GGK gained fame and recognition worldwide after successfully beating communist rebels in the 1960s in battles fought deep in the Malaysian rain forests.

Toughened by one of the world’s most difficult training regimes, GGK commandos are trained to infiltrate enemy held territory via air, sea or land. They are experts in unconventional warfare, including sabotage, counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering. But what makes them stand out is their ability to fight in some of the world’s most extreme jungles.

We follow a 13-week selection course from hell. To earn the coveted Green Beret, recruits must go through three months relentless physical and psychological torture that will push them to their absolute limits and break all but the best.

SPECIAL FORCES
Premieres 2 September, Every Sunday, 10pm
With the participation of Media Development Authority of Singapore

Every day across the world Special Forces teams are thrust in harms way. These groups of elite warriors are called upon to perform their countries toughest and most dangerous missions. They are skilled in infiltrating enemy lines to spy, kill or capture. Trained in law enforcement, hostage resolutions and anti-terrorist operations. Now this series lifts the lid on four of Asia’s elite special op’s units for the first time, it’s history, special weapons and tactics. We follow new recruits as they battle their way through some of the hardest special forces training in the world and find out what it takes to be the best of the best.

EPISODIC GUIDE

EPISODE 1: Malaysia GGK
Premieres 2 September, Sunday, 10pm

Before large forces hit the combat zone, the Malaysian Army’s Special Forces unit, Grup Gerak Khas are the first men on the ground behind enemy lines.

The GGK gained fame and recognition worldwide after successfully beating communist rebels in the 1960s in battles fought deep in the Malaysian rain forests.

Toughened by one of the world’s most difficult training regimes, GGK commandos are trained to infiltrate enemy held territory via air, sea or land. They are experts in unconventional warfare, including sabotage, counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering. But what makes them stand out is their ability to fight in some of the world’s most extreme jungles.

We follow a 13-week selection course from hell. To earn the coveted Green Beret, recruits must go through three months relentless physical and psychological torture that will push them to their absolute limits and break all but the best.


The GGK gained fame and recognition worldwide after successfully beating communist rebels in the 1960s in battles fought deep in the Malaysian rain forests. Toughened by one of the world’s most difficult training regimes, GGK commandos are experts in unconventional warfare, including sabotage, counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering. To earn the coveted Green Beret, recruits must go through three months relentless physical and psychological torture that will push them to their absolute limits and break all but the best.


EPISODE 2: Philippine Marine Force Recon
Premieres 9 September, Sunday, 10pm

When high-risk special ops missions need small elite teams for infiltration and assault, the Philippine Marine Corps call in their Force Reconnaissance Battalion. It is a rapid-deployment strike force trained in intelligence gathering, counter-terrorism and unconventional warfare.

Since their inception in 1995, the Force Reconnaissance Battalion has become assets in the country’s fight against insurgency, playing key roles in major battles such as the take down of Camp Abubakar, a terrorist stronghold, and the capture of suspected insurgency leader, Khadaffy Janjalani.

To become one of these amphibious and airborne warriors, the hardiest of men must undergo weeks of hell on land, sea and air.


We follow the members of a Force Recon team and discover the skills that make them so effective in operations. Through actual combat scenarios; we see how they use essential skills like long range patrolling, sniping and Pekiti Tersia Kali for survival and assault. We learn about the all important water phase, the stage where in most people fail. Their bodies will be pushed to the limits of human endurance in the tests for drown proofing and the dreaded 5 mile combat swim.

Success here means they keep the honor of being one of just eight hundred Marines who have earned the right to be called Force Recon.



Short Synopsis:

When high-risk special ops missions need small elite teams for infiltration and assault, the Philippine Marine Corps call in their Force Reconnaissance Battalion. It is a rapid-deployment strike force trained in intelligence gathering, counter-terrorism and unconventional warfare. Ever since their inception in 1995, the Force Reconnaissance Battalion has become key assets in the country’s fight against insurgency. To earn the coveted Force Recon badge, the hardiest of men must undergo weeks of physical and psychological hell on land, sea and air. Only the brave will remain standing to join the ranks of this special breed of warriors.
EPISODE 3: Thai Marine Recon
Premieres 16 September, Sunday, 10pm

Thailand’s Marine Recon training is one of the toughest in the world. This elite unit specialises in clearing the path for large amphibious landings and infiltrate behind enemy lines by sea, land and air. Small teams then gather intelligence or strike at enemy positions.

This special unit was created in 1962, during a period of communist insurgecy and conflict spreading across Southeast Asia. They faught conflicts on Thailand’s borders and deep jungles for nearly 20 years.

Today these men are trained to operate in the harshest conditions on both land and sea. But to earn the Marine recon badge they first have to survive three months of brutal training designed in three stages.

Stage 1:
Camp Based Phase is nicknamed “Hercules Phase.” The volunteers are put through days of non-stop physical and mental training at the Marine Base in the coastal town of Sattahip. This stage is designed to find the weakest men and lose them. Week five ends with the exhausting 60-hour challenge carrying huge weights without sleep and with little food. The men navigate their way 100km across country in temperatures over 30 degrees Celsius. Over 30% of recruits will be lost in this first stage. Those that survive move to an even tougher challenge.

Stage 2:
Sea Phase is nicknamed “Alligator Phase” the amphibious training stage. This part of training has some deadly consequences. The training is so extreme that if accidents happen, people can drown. The last two courses saw recruits die. Training begins on a high with recruits jumping 10 feet from a speeding helicopter into sea. Next is the deadly 3-mile night swimming test. In rough seas these men will need to draw on their mental and physical strength to swim from the open ocean to shore. The pain continues, next the men have to carry and paddle a 100kg rubber dinghy for 9 hours non-stop, without teamwork they won’t succeed.

Stage 3:
Jungle Phase is nicknamed “Leopard Phase.” Recruits face off with a venomous cobra in the jungle survival training before honing their patrolling skills climaxing with a live firing exercise using real bullets, grenades and real explosives. From here it’s onto their final and toughest challenge. A 150 km trek and paddle with the ubiquitous rubber dinghy. If they pass the finish line, they earn their badges and can proudly be called Marine Recon.

Short Synopsis:

Thailand’s Marine Recon training is one of the toughest in the world. This elite unit specialises in clearing the path for large amphibious landings. In small teams they head behind enemy lines to get intelligence or strike at enemy positions. This special unit was created in 1962, during a period of communist insurgecy and conflict spreading across Southeast Asia. They faught conflicts on Thailand’s borders and deep jungles for nearly 20 years. Today these men are trained to operate in the harshest conditions on sea, land and air. Three months Recon training pushes volunteers to their physical and mental limits. From drinking cobra blood in jungle surivival to 100km forced marches and the deadly night swimming test. We reveal what pushes men to go beyond their limits and what it takes to make the grade of the Thai Marine Recon.
Encore details:

• 18 September, Tuesday, 10pm
• 23 September, Sunday, 11pm



Channel 4, Channel NewsAsia and CNN amongst others.

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Asian military strike forces
Malaysian, Filipino and Thai elite squads highlighted over History channel

THE elite military forces of Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand which are tasked with the most dangerous missions in their countries are the subject of new series Special Forces over Astro’s History channel 555 next month.

To be screened on Sundays at 10pm, the hour-long episodes are titled Malaysia GGK (on Sept 2), Philippine Marine Force Recon (Sept 9) and Thai Marine Recon.

Special Forces, produced by Infocus Asia Pte Ltd which has offices in China, Singapore and Thailand, delves into the world of these highly-trained squads of selected warriors who are armed with the skills needed to infiltrate, spy, capture and kill across enemy lines.

They are trained for law enforcement, hostage resolution and anti-terrorist operations.

Viewers will get to know their history, special weapons and tactics, have an inside look into the training of new recruits for these units and find out what it takes to be the best at what they do
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The GGK gained fame and recognition worldwide after successfully beating communist rebels in the 1960s in battles fought deep in the Malaysian rain forests.


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Baca ROE dulu sebelum psoting gan.....
pekiwan
Baguslah pak cik....
selamat yaa....

tapi maaf menurutku tempatnya bukan di forum kami, kirimkan saja di forum mu sendiri....

kalo disini tritmu ini kami anggap troll yg narsis, tak berguna....
ikutan ah
Songong...
pejwaaan
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nunggu gambarnya Johari dimari...
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mending taruh di topix, tempat seharusnya anda berada
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