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Saya tampilkan beberapa snapshot pesawat russia mbuh apa namanya.
Semoga senang.
Salam hormat.
Mbah kuota saya langsung ludes 20mb begitu buka thread mbah. emoticon-Ngakak
Di spoiler donk mbah biar asik lagian keknya repost dah lama mbah waktu MAKS 2013 ini mah.
kalo sing iki seneng ora mbah? aku seneng sing iki

Spoiler for Seneng gambare:
wah tak kirain posting poto test drive pesawat uji coba TNI AU pakde..

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Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.

Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.


Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.

Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal

Gambar Pesawat

April 23, 2012: Canadian singer Justin Bieber wearing a yellow hat is greeted by fans as he arrives ahead of his album launch at Heathrow Airport, London. (AP)

LONDON – Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo.

The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London.

During the event, Bieber took a swipe at the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some "random country." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, interjected and informed him it was produced in Indonesia, according to the Daily Mirror.

"I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Bieber continued. "They didn't know what they were doing."

In a country with nearly 240 million people, Bieber has amassed a sizeable Indonesian following, with Twitter accounts like Bieber Indonesia and Facebook accounts set up in honor of the baby-faced idol. While these sites remained flooded with messages of support and adoration, many on social media forums were predictably upset and horrified at the way in which the singer dismissed their country -- the world's largest Muslim nation, and arguably Asia's most exciting market.
mbah trit seperti ini sudah ada buatan om merkapa..
http://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/00000...sawat2-fighter
tolong di spoiler..
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Quote:Original Posted By mengkom
mbah trit seperti ini sudah ada buatan om merkapa..
tolong di spoiler..


Carane piye, diajarin ya suwun.
Quote:Original Posted By boleroes11


Carane piye, diajarin ya suwun.


mbah...poto2 pesawat TNI dong
pesawat yg gambarnya ga ada di google
Quote:Original Posted By dreadnought87
Mbah kuota saya langsung ludes 20mb begitu buka thread mbah. emoticon-Ngakak
Di spoiler donk mbah biar asik lagian keknya repost dah lama mbah waktu MAKS 2013 ini mah.


Maaf ya wadeeh jadi ngeselin gara2 baru bisa upload gambar.
Sekali lagi mhn maaf g tak ulangi lagi.
Salam hormat.
Quote:Original Posted By boleroes11


Carane piye, diajarin ya suwun.


Begini lhoe pakdhe, koyo dibawah tapi ojo lali tanda kutipe ra sah dienggo...

"["spoiler=test]"
"[img]folder gambar anda[/img]"
"[/spoiler"]"
Quote:Original Posted By boleroes11


Maaf ya wadeeh jadi ngeselin gara2 baru bisa upload gambar.
Sekali lagi mhn maaf g tak ulangi lagi.
Salam hormat.


mbah gak usah bikin trit baru..kebanyakan nanti..
post di trit om merkapa aja..link-nya saya kasih di atas


ini knapa mbah bol tambah gaje gini yak ......... emoticon-Cape deeehh
Quote:Original Posted By boleroes11


Maaf ya wadeeh jadi ngeselin gara2 baru bisa upload gambar.
Sekali lagi mhn maaf g tak ulangi lagi.
Salam hormat.


kagak apa apa mbah ini saya bantu dalam bentuk gambar aja tutor bikin spoilernya mbah :

pertama tekan ini mbah :
Gambar Pesawat

kedua masukin judul spoilernya mbah kalau sudah tekan ok mbah:
Gambar Pesawat

terakhir ini mbah :
lihat tulisan "isi dari spoilernya mbah" ganti jadi isi link gambarnya mbah
Gambar Pesawat

semoga tutor di atas bisa membantu ya mbah.
RUSIA STROOONGGG emoticon-Cool
Suka banget liat alustita Rusia. hehe
Quote:Original Posted By boleroes11
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Saya tampilkan beberapa snapshot pesawat russia mbuh apa namanya.
Semoga senang.
Salam hormat.


apik iki .. emoticon-Big Grin
Quote:Original Posted By dreadnought87


kagak apa apa mbah ini saya bantu dalam bentuk gambar aja tutor bikin spoilernya mbah :

pertama tekan ini mbah :
Gambar Pesawat

kedua masukin judul spoilernya mbah kalau sudah tekan ok mbah:
Gambar Pesawat

terakhir ini mbah :
lihat tulisan "isi dari spoilernya mbah" ganti jadi isi link gambarnya mbah
Gambar Pesawat

semoga tutor di atas bisa membantu ya mbah.


Alhamdulillah makasih banget atas petunjuk dan arahannya, tak doa'in agar selalu mendapat barokah, inayah, hidayah dan maunah dari Allah swt. Amien.
Quote:Original Posted By mengkom


mbah gak usah bikin trit baru..kebanyakan nanti..
post di trit om merkapa aja..link-nya saya kasih di atas


Siaaap, laksanakan.
Salam hormat.
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