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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #384

Akmal3110 wrote:
Terima kasih saudara kerana menceritakan peristiwa ini. Al-Fatihah buat mereka yang terkorban.
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #385

Anakpencen wrote:
:bounce: sniper gunung diharap anda buat satu buku mengenai kerjaya SniperTentera Malaysia dan pengalaman di Somalia dan dimana2 anda bertugas sangat berharga sekali untuk di Tatapi masyarakat kita :heart:

AlFatihah buat semua wira2 kita yeng terkorban semua
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #386

mcwood wrote:
Temuramah ini telah dibuat pada hujung tahun 2003 iaitu selepas 10 tahun kejadian ngeri bagi pihak Amerika ke atas pasukan di Mogadishu yg dikenali sebagai " The Lost Platoon".

Ini adalah kisah versi pasukan TF rangers. Daripada kisah mereka ini adalah jelas bahawa Malbatt atas arahan Major Aziz menyelamatkan pasukan Amerika yang bernama "Lost Platoon" di Somalia pada tahun 1993.

Setelah kontek dengan Major Aziz minta bantuan extraction kerana serangan Hendap drp penyerang somali. tapi pada masa itu Major Aziz kata tak boleh tolong hantar bantuan sebab Komander Malbatt tidak izinkan.

Lepas itu menurut pegawai Amerika 2nd Lt Hollis drp TF rangers telah kontek lagi sekali minta tolong sama Major Aziz & memberi gambaran bahawa jika pertolongan tidak diberi nanti mereka akan di hapuskan oleh penyerang somali bersma dgn pasukan Malaysia yang bersama mereka. Maka, Major Aziz telah engkar perintah arahan komander Malbatt & terus siapkan beberapa kondor utk selamat kan tim platoon 2nd Lt Hollis dgn diketuai oleh 2nd Lt Muhd Juraimi.

Itu pun dengan syarat bantuan cover udara drp pihak Amerika. Maka 10 Heli jenis AH6 telah digunakan utk cover pasukan kondor Juraimi dalam misi selamatkan "Lost Platoon"
Akhir sekali pasukan Kondor Malaysia telah membawa mereka ke Stadium pakistan.

















Sumber Maklumat:
www.dtic.mil/dpmo/pr/newsletter/Winter_03.pdf
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #387

surfacesicks wrote:
The Malaysian pure and simple only helped because they had to the men, had no intention about staying in that fire since they knew there were a ton of RPGs around there. If it weren't for a Delta Opretive putting the gun to the head of the APC driver they would have ran away leaving many men still at the sight.

The Americans made several errors, first is the lack of taking the NVGs, second as the lack of armored support, if they had armor in place (at the ranger base) to move on a moments notice then I believe that the results would have been much diffrent. There still would have been 2 UH-60s down, but the crash sites would have been secure with APCs providing covering fire for the men while they bored and left.


RASA MACAM NAK MARAH PUN ADA BACA STATEMENT NIH..

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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #388

newsamurai wrote:
dah tolong pun byk songeh lg dorang nie..patut bior sumer mati jer aritu..
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #389

totttis wrote:
surfacesicks wrote:
The Malaysian pure and simple only helped because they had to the men, had no intention about staying in that fire since they knew there were a ton of RPGs around there. If it weren't for a Delta Opretive putting the gun to the head of the APC driver they would have ran away leaving many men still at the sight.

The Americans made several errors, first is the lack of taking the NVGs, second as the lack of armored support, if they had armor in place (at the ranger base) to move on a moments notice then I believe that the results would have been much diffrent. There still would have been 2 UH-60s down, but the crash sites would have been secure with APCs providing covering fire for the men while they bored and left.


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alaaa jenis bangsa tak tau nak berterima kasih, EGO sebab maklum la askar depa well equipped jadi malu la nak terima kenyataan tu...
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #390

ggk wrote:
Sniper_Gunung wrote:
Ini ada satu lagi peristiwa tentera kita yang terkorban di Somalia. Rata-rata forumers tak pernah bercerita tentang dua anggota tentera kita yang terkorban. Mereka adalah Alahyarham Ssgt Azman dan mendiang Lkpl Ganie. Konvoi mereka diserang hendap pada 18 July 1994. Detik-detik cerita adalah begini.
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.................g sama.

Ok lah saya pun dah nak ke KL ni ada kerja mungkin dilain masa saya cerita pertempuran di Wilayah Afgooye pula.

P.S Semasa saya mengungkap kembali peristiwa ini saya menangis terkenangkan kawan yang terkorban.


aku pernah share cerita ni kat mp.net,lebih detail..cerita dari mula sampai habis mcm mana kes ni boleh terjadi..... kesudahannya kena BAN 30 hari. Hehehe

jap aku cari balik.
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #391

ggk wrote:
Nah bacalah..agak sedih.

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Death in Mogadishu

The day was a blistering hot day, the rainy season had just ended, leaving tufts of green mingled with garbage along the narrow streets of Mogadishu, on the 18th of July 1994. It was like any other day. It was a mixed bunch of Italians, a New Zealander and Malaysians. This team consisted of 3 Officers and 10 Other Ranks. They were on a patrol. The Malaysian Commander, Major Len Olivero did not know that this patrol for the Malaysians was not led by an Officer. His explicit instructions were that all Malaysian involvement was to be led by a Malaysian Officer. In this case a Captain Rizal was to be involved, unfortunately for reasons beyond comprehension he did not participate in this patrol.

There was this Staff Sergeant Azman Mohamad Tahir from the Malaysian Special Forces Regiment from Malacca and Corporal Ghani anak Binjoi from 6th Rangers who was from Kampung Koran Mawang in the district of Serian. There were two companies from 6th Rangers and a Troop of Special Forces guys attached to 7th Rangers (Mechanized). Corporal Ghani had a wife whose name was Dora anak Buki, both of them were blessed with 3 children, one aged 6 years old, another aged 3 years old and the youngest 7 days old, born about 7 days ago on the day Corporal Ghani went on this patrol.

The man who led this patrol was an Italian Colonel., he was Colonel Fulvio Vezzalini. In conducting patrols for information gathering and intelligence there were restrictions; UN patrols could not go beyond Bakara market, the site of “black hawk down”.

Beyond that no UN personnel were allowed to conduct patrols as there were many armed militia consisting of the Hawadle and Habar Gidir clans. Both of them being rival clans, clashed constantly. More so the Habar Gidir clan was jealous that the building rented by the UN for Malaysian soldiers was from the Hawadle. The Hawdle got paid by the UN and the Habar Gidir was not.

This particular Italian Colonel was born in Mogadishu; Somalia was previously colonized by the Italians. He wanted to visit the Matchstick Factory which was far beyond Bakara market. It was definitely a no go zone for UN Troops. The Italian Colonel wanted to visit the place of his birth, the place where he grew up. The convoy moved slowly, it drew the attention of the Militia there. The first group of Militia that spotted the convoy alerted the rest of the militia strong points.

It was about 0900+ hrs when Major Len noticed a UN convoy of soft skinned vehicles (non-armoured) passing his location which was K4. He rushed down to check with his sentries whether the boys in that particular patrol were his. The sentries confirmed to say that they belonged to Bravo Company of 6th Rangers. They could specifically identify Ranger Martin as he had waved to them as he was passing.

There were 3 vehicles that made up this convoy. Major Len immediately radioed back to UNOSOM Hq to get some more information on the convoy that went past K4. Lieutenant Sulaiman, a platoon commander of Bravo Company who was on duty at UNOSOM Hq informed Major Len that the convoy was being led by an Italian Colonel, who was the Commander of U1, an intelligence gathering apparatus. The Colonel had requested for an escort to gather Intelligence of some sort, which everyone thought only he knew. Apart form manning K4, a strong point, Major Len’s men provided escort services for UN contingents.

Strong Point 4 was located at a roundabout which was connected to 4 routes Afgooyee -Lenin-Medina-Gesira Street. There were two buildings in K4, one facing the North and another facing South. Before the Malaysians occupied it the Bangladeshis were the previous tenants. The Malaysian contingent took over duties from the Bangladeshis on the 17th April 1994. The area was secured by two rifle company platoons from 6th Rangers, the Company was later declared to be known as ‘D’ Company. It had two detachments of 106 mm recoilless guns, along with two IFV’s equipped with 20mm Oerlikon guns to support them.

The area around K4 was one of the tensest places in all of Mogadishu. There used to be fierce gun battles around K4 since the 14th April 1994. The Bangladeshis were just not equipped to maintain that area neither had the stomach for K4. The increase in tensions was contributed by the increase in the number of Technical’s in that area.

This made Major Len reinforce his location. The surrounding buildings were concrete and close. The defence of K4 called for the defence from two buildings. Since taking over that location from the Bangladeshis, many stray rounds and mortar rounds landed in and around the strong point. On the 18th May 1994 at around 2100 hrs an RPG round penetrated one of the buildings, into the accommodation of Major Len’s boys. Fortunately no one slept early that night, thus there were no fatalities. Staying at K4 is likened to Chinese New Year festivities where huge amounts of fire crackers are lit.

Major Len Olivero had the unenvious job of commanding it. Len being in K4 for many months knew that it was against UN Forces Standard Operational Procedures to go further than K4, as the infamous Bakara market of “Black Hawk Down” fame was just a kilometer plus from K4. That area beyond K4 was very volatile with Militias having a free reign over that area.

Major Len then thought to himself, that the Commander of the Convoy must really know what he was doing or that he was foolishly taking a big risk. He pushed the thoughts of the patrol to the back of his mind He then went on doing his daily routine without giving further thought about the convoy any more.

After having the normal evening games of football and “sepak takraw”, these were games to keep the boys of Bravo Company fit in a very confined area in a war zone. Soon the games were over, Major Len went to have a shower, he went to his sentries to inquire about the convoy, which was subconsciously lingering in his mind, to his horror, the sentries informed him that the convoy had not returned and the time was already 1730 hrs (5.30pm). Major Len’s instructions to all his boys were that they advise whoever they are escorting, that they must return to base by 1700hrs. The reason for this directive was that it gets dark early in Mogadishu. The likelihood of ambush towards dusk was a high probability, especially in Mogadishu’s closely built up area.

Staff Sergeant Azman was driving the UN white Toyota pickup, he tried avoiding the potholes filled with water, he had to slow down; on the left of them, in front, he passed a Militia strong point when a .50 calibre machine gun belonging to the Somali Militia opened up. The rounds thudded through the sides of the Toyota pickup (left hand drive) and slammed through Staff Sergeant Azman’s body like a hot knife through butter. He died instantly. Corporal Ghani instantly opened fire in the direction; the .50 calibre machine gun had fired, with his M16, after exhausting the entire rounds in his magazine he took out his M79. He tried to live up to the proud traditions of the Rangers. There were too many of them and they closed up all around the pickup very fast.

The armed militia men started firing from the crowd of old men women and children. Ghani tried, desperately to fight then off, unfortunately the rest of the mixed patrol of different countries did not help. There was no clear Leadership in this group, if there were Leaders, the Italian Colonel, two Captains from Italy and the New Zealand Warrant Officer did not give clear directions. There were mixed orders from them to stay cool and not fight back. Ghani hesitated because of this screw-up, one of the Somalis yanked the rifle from his hands and another pumped some rounds into Corporal Ghani’s head. He fell down dead. The Italian Colonel, the two Italian Captains, the New Zealand Army Warrant Officer, the rest of the Malaysians and the sole Malaysian Intelligence Officer were taken prisoner. The bodies of the two Malaysians were seized. Colonel Fulvio Vezzalini, the two Italian Captains sheepishly along with the New Zealand Warrant Officer had surrendered.

The women and children started looting the equipment of the patrol. The weapons and the vehicles were seized by the Somali gunmen. In that incident two Malaysians were killed, the wounded were Sergeant Zaidi bin Hanafiah, Malaysian Special Forces (under command of Major Len), Lance Corporal Ahmad bin Ab Rahman, Malaysian Special Forces (under command of Major Len) and Ranger Martin anak Regip (Major Len’s boy). The other person wounded was Captain Ferdinando Salvati from Italy.

The ambush position was well covered. There was an 8 feet wall which blocked any avenue of escape and limited cover from fire. The Colonel and the men were interrogated by the Somalis. They were moved from house to house. The gunmen told the Colonel that he would probably be questioned by General Farah Aided. The reason for the attack upon the convoy as related by the Colonel was that the Somali gunmen had mistaken them for Americans and had opened fire. The fact was all Americans had withdrawn on the 31st March 1994, leaving a token few amounting to a platoon plus (30+ men) to take care of the American Embassy in Mogadishu. The Americans had actually stopped patrolling the streets of Mogadishu since after the “Black Hawk Down” incident on the 3rd/4th October 1993. Patrolling was done by Malaysian Forces only. The Colonel had to say something, he could not afford to go around saying that he was visiting his birthplace in a “no go area”. It would look bad for his resume.

Meanwhile Major Len, who was feeling very uneasy by then, radioed back to his Company Hq (University Mogadishu compound), hoping that his boys were back. HQ informed him that his boys were not back. He then got into touch with his Platoon commander, Sulaiman who was on duty at UNOSOM Hq, who also happened to be the Duty Officer. He instructed Lt Sulaiman to find out about the status of the patrol from the other UN resources. His next avenue of information was from Bravo Company of 7th Rangers (Mechanized), via Major Christopher Joseph who was the Officer Commanding, after a short conversation he was instructed to cease all discussions by a pen pushing senior officer, as the senior officer felt irritated, that it was idle chatter.

Lt Sulaiman meanwhile was frantically contacting officers from other contingents who too were on duty at UNOSOM11 Hq. It was of no avail, no one knew anything about the patrol led by the Italian Colonel. Lt Sulaiman after much trying, radioed back and reported that he could not get anything on the patrol to Major Len Olivero.

As no information was forthcoming Major Len resignedly went for dinner and told his boys in K4 to say a prayer for all the UN guys in that particular patrol. He visited the sentries before retiring to bed, as he was exhausted physically and mentally. At about 0010 hrs a sentry knocked on his door saying that there were some Somalis that wanted to talk to him. He dressed up and went down, there he saw the Italian Colonel nervously and anxiously looking at him. The Italian Colonel informed him that his patrol was ambushed and that two Malaysian were dead, two seriously injured (stretcher cases) He also added that ‘we had to save them’. Along with the Italian Colonel was the Malaysian Intelligence Warrant Officer. Major Len who just awoke was in a state of confusion, his mind was reeling with the words of the Italian Colonel, “we have got to save them”. If those were the Colonel’s thoughts what was he doing in his base in the wee hours of the morning, coming to see him and saying, ”We have got to save them”?

Major Len then went to meet the Somali Elders who had accompanied the Italian Colonel. The Elders told him that he could take a few soldiers to bring back the dead, the wounded and the prisoners. That they would not be allowed to bear arms, they had to recover their men unarmed. He considered that they were Rangers and that they did not need fire arms to prove to people how good and fearless soldiers they were. So, after a rough calculation, 2 dead and 2 stretcher cases, he needed 8 for stretchers (good terrain so 2 per stretcher), another 3 to help the walking wounded and himself to command the group. There were no Somalis, there was no information and no feedbacks as the Somalis around K4 had shut down their ramshackle stalls and fled the scene as they were terrified that the Malaysians would indiscriminately retaliate against them. They walked unarmed towards Bakara Market and as they passed each alley that came to a main road, there was a Technical (a vehicle mounted with a .50 gun), indicating that the Somalis were scared shit of the Malaysians, as they were expecting severe retaliation.

On the 19th of July 1994 at around 0300 hrs the bodies of the two soldiers who fell and the captured UN personnel were handed over to Major Len and his entourage of unarmed soldiers. The Italian Colonel did not accompany them to receive the bodies of the dead, the wounded and the captured men of the UN.

A casual dining area was cleared in K4 to place the bodies, in the patio of the building. An armoured ambulance along with a heavily armed escort was sent by MALBATT 11 to recover the dead, the wounded and the captured.

The men involved in this tragic incident were:
1. Colonel Fulvio Vezzalini - Italy
2. Captain Ferdinando Salvati - Italy
3. Captain Emilio Sen - Italy
4. Warrant Officer Hare Kent - New Zealand
5. Warrant Officer Mohamad Baharom - Malaysia (Intelligence)
6. Staff Sergeant Azman Mohd Tahir -Malaysia (MSSR)
7. Sergeant Zaidi Hanafiah - Malaysia (MSSR)
8. Corporal Ghani ak Binyoi - Malaysia (Rangers)
9. Lance Corporal Bakar Selamat - Malaysia (Rangers)
10. Lance Corporal Ahmed Ab Rahman - Malaysia (MSSR)
11. Ranger Adnan Abu Bakar -Malaysia (Rangers)
12 Ranger Gerry ak Tugan - Malaysia (Rangers)
13. Ranger Martin ak Regip - Malaysia (Rangers)
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #392

ggk wrote:
Abang sniper gunung ..dapat cam tak nama2 dalam artikel kat bawah ni?
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Before the Americans withdrew from Somalia, B Company of 7th Rangers(Mech) was the Quick Reaction Force for all UN Forces in Mogadishu. The Americans provided air support for all the times Bravo Company moved to reinforce or troubleshoot problems in Somalia.The support provided was AH64D, AC130 and 155 guns which were self propelled.This support was provided by the 2nd Bn, 5th Special Forces Group,USA. Those are the guys in the picture. Later they were joined by a unit of ANGLICO, from the USS Pelulu. Bravo Company was commanded by Major Christopher Joseph.

The US Special Forces guys and us having Heineken beers. They were not allowed to drink in their place. Drinking beers in the US Forces, is a case of pain in the butt. They had procedures for that.The team leader was Captain Dan Maroun, with his back showing, browsing through my family album. A case of Heineken in the Israeli PX cost us about USD14. The place was in, one of the classes of University Mogadishu. It was air conditioned and we had a referigerator. The Quartermaster stayed with us here. We were good at adapting and we worked very hard to scrounge for these material comforts, in a war zone. There were 6 of us in there. Ivan Lee, Juan Chow Huat, Mukhtiar Singh, Subramaniam and me. It was amazing that we did not end up killing one another, we lived there for about 7 months, in that confined area !I am the guy in the yellow T-shirt.

At that time Bravo Company was the QRF for all forces in Mogadishu. Any one of the UN Forces could call us for help. We reacted accordingly with the US Special Forces riding with us. They rode in their Humvees and sometimes rode in our Fighting Vehicles with their radios. We could monitor their conversations.

When the US force withdrew, our role diminished we took over the role of escorts for NGO's and charitable organizations. The major role as QRF was taken over by Paki Forces, as they had tanks and Cobra attack helicopters. After they took over, you would not like to be in trouble, waiting for their help. There was a place in Mogadishu which was strategically located, it was known as K4. There was one Company of soldiers from 6th Rangers on attachment to 7th Rangers and they were "under command". This place was one helluva of a hotspot. It used to be repeatedly hit by RPG's and small arms. Major Len Olivero had the unenviable task of controlling and defending this strategic location from being taken over by the warring Militias.

We being located at the University compound, were a bit too far away to reinforce K4 in the event Major Len and his men were attacked.

This setting up of our own small QRF was spurred by this tragic incident, there was a firefight between a Nepalese Force of 6 men commanded by a Major. The Major was calling for help, which the Pakistanis had heard. This call was heard by one of our Platoon Commander's too. This Platoon Commander wanted to ride out with his force to bail them out of trouble. He was not granted permission as he was on standby for something else. It was a job for the Pakis.

The Pakistani troops were notified. They arrived in "pretty quick time"(oozing with sarcasm), after all the Nepalese were dead. No one, had any confidence in the Paki QRF, after that and long before that. To overcome this a Platoon of soldiers from Bravo Company with their Fighting Vehicles were set up at the Arroyo Beach overlooking Mogadishu International Airport. The platoon was to rapidly deploy, to be at Major Len's location within 5 minutes, while the main force would be there in 15 minutes.

Above : The QRF of 4 Infantry Fight Vehicles and 36 men at Camp Bujang Senang. Immediately behind the arc tents was the Indian Ocean, with a drop of 30 feet. It was a steep cliff covered with razor sharp corals.

It was the site Italian Forces had previously occupied. I with 2Lt Osman set up the QRF Base from scratch. It took us the whole day, over the weeks it was improved upon by all the platoons rotating there. It was named Camp "Bujang Senang" after the vicious predator, a crocodile, which was a ferocious man eater who terrorised all the inhabitants along the River Lupar (Batang Lupar) in the district of Sri Aman, Sarawak. It was described as being twenty feet long.
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #393

ggk wrote:
meh nak share gambo sikit



Cpl. Mat Aznan 2nd from the right who died from a direct hit at his head by RPG. May God bless his soul. This is prior the deployment of 19th RAMD to Somalia. Semoga Allah cucuri rahmat ke atas dia.




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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #394

ggk wrote:
lagi kisah di somalia

Peristiwa Pertempuran Di Mahkamah Agung Benadir

Majlis Pembukaan Mahkamah Agung Benazir pada 27 September 1993 menjadi satu peristiwa penting kepada proses damai di Somalia yang telah lama bergolak dengan perang saudara. Ia menandakan pemulihan semula sistem keadilan dan undang-undang. Namun begitu ada golongan yang tidak senang dengan kewujudan semula mahkamah dan cuba mengagalkan usaha murni UNOSOM II membawa kedamaian di negara itu.

Majlis Pembukaan Mahkamah Agung Benazir pada 27 September 1993 menjadi satu peristiwa penting kepada proses damai di Somalia yang telah lama bergolak dengan perang saudara. Ia menandakan pemulihan semula sistem keadilan dan undang-undang. Namun begitu ada golongan yang tidak senang dengan kewujudan semula mahkamah dan cuba mengagalkan usaha murni UNOSOM II membawa kedamaian di negara itu. Bagi kumpulan ini, penubuhan Mahkamah Agung itu adalah sebagai suatu usaha menafikan kuasa dan pengaruh kumpulan mereka keatas rakyat Somalia. Salah satu kumpulan tersebut termasuklah kumpulan yang di ketuai Jeneral Farah Aideed.

Mereka merancang hendak menculik pegawai perundangan UNOSOM II yang menghadiri majlis pembukaan tersebut. UNOSOM II sedar tentang ancaman yang mungkin di hadapi telah mengarahkan pasukan pengaman dari Negara Ameriyah Arab Bersatu (UAE) membuat kawalan di sekitar kawasan mahkamah ketika majlis berlangsung. Pasukan Pengaman Malaysia (Malaysia Batalion-MALBATT) pula di kehendaki membantu pasukan pengaman UAE membuat kawalan. Pasukan Pengaman Pakistan bertanggung jawab menjadi pengiring kepada Pegawai Perundangan UNOSOM II. Pembahagian tugas seperti ini adalah biasa di kalangan pasukan pengaman pelbagai negara. Mereka saling bekerjasama antara satu sama lain dalam memikul tanggungjawab berat memulihkan keamanan ke atas negara yang hampir musnah akibat persengketaan berlarutan hampir 3 tahun itu. Sehari sebelum majlis tersebut berlangsung, 26 September 1993. Jam menunjukkan pukul 9.00 malam .Mejar Abd Rashid bin Ahmad, Ketua Kompeni B masih di pejabatnya apabila dia di datangi timbalannya, Kapten Mohd Halim bin Khalid. “Assalamualaikum, Tuan!” kata Kapten Mohd Halim sambil memberi tabik hormat kepada Mejar Abd Rashid. Beliau menjawab salam dan mempersilakan Kapten Mohd Halim duduk. “Ada apa Mejar?” Tanya Kapten Mohd Halim “Kompeni B di arahkan menghantar satu platun bagi membantu kawalan di Mahkamah esok” jawab Mejar Abd Rashid.

Kapten Mohd Halim teringat kepada arahan yang di terima sebelum itu dari Markas UNOSOM II meminta satu platun MALBATT bagi membantu pasukan UAE membuat kawalan esok. Di sebabkan komander pasukan MALBATT tiada, Leftenan Kolonel Mohd Rozi bin Baharom selaku Timbalan Komander telah mengarahkan Mejar Abd Rashid menyiapkan satu platun dari kompeni B untuk melaksanakan tugasan itu. “Siapa yang akan pergi esok Tuan?”tanya Kapten Halim “Platun 5”. “Tapi tuan, Ketua platun 5 sedang bercuti” Kapten Halim mengingatkan “Ya saya tahu, sebab tu saya panggil awak.Saya dah arahkan Leftenan Salmi ambil alih platun 5, tapi memandangkan tugas ini penting saya nak awak ikut sekali esok” “Baik Tuan” dengan senang hati Kapten Halim menerima amanah yang diberikan. Di dalam hatinya sedikit bimbang juga kerana sejak akhir-akhir ini serangan ke atas pasukan pengaman makin menjadi-jadi. Walau pun Leftenan Salmi bin Istikh Ahmad masih baru dalam bidang mekanis tapi ini tidak bermakna beliau tidak mampu memimpin platun tersebut. Tetapi operasi esok walaupun hanya sebagai pasukan bantuan sangat penting sebab itu Kapten Halim ikut serta.

Setelah selesai membincangkan tentang kelengkapan dan persediaan operasi Kapten Halim pun beredar. Lebih kurang pukul 6.30 pagi 27 September 1993, Kapten Halim dan Leftenan Salmi bersama 34 anggota Lain-lain Pangkat (LLP) daripada Platun 5 bergerak dari Markas MALBATT yang terletak di Kem Lapangan Terbang ke kawasan Sea Port. Di situ Kapten Halim melapor diri kepada Pegawai Memerintah Batalion UAE iaitu Leftenan Kolonel Mal untuk diberikan taklimat operasi. “Kapten, saya mahu platun awak untuk buat kawalan di sekitar kawasan mahkamah. Pasukan UAE sudah berada di sana. Kawasan sekitar sudah di ‘bersihkan’ oleh mereka” arah Leftenan Kolonel Mal. Kapten Halim merasa kurang senang dengan arahan yang di terimanya yang berbeza dengan permintaan asal iaitu membantu pasukan UAE sekiranya berlaku sesuatu yang tidak di ingini. Sesuai dengan peranan Pasukan MALBATT sebagai Pasukan Tindakan Cepat (Quick Reaction Force-QRF). “Kalau begitu saya minta Leftenan Brand bersama saya bagi memudahkan perhubungan dan bantuan, sekiranya perlu” cadang Kapten Halim. Leftenan Brand adalah pegawai perhubungan udara Tentera Amerika. “Oh, tidak! Saya rasa Leftenan Brand lebih baik berada di sini. Dari sini lebih senang untuk selaraskan bantuan udara” sanggah Leftenan Kolonel Mal. Biarpun tidak setuju, Kapten Halim hanya mendiamkan diri kerana tak mahu mengeruhkan suasana. “Saya mahu awak kawal kawasan ini. Letakkan Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) awak di sini, sini, sini dan di sini” perintah Leftenan Kolonel Mal sambil tangannya menunjuk-nunjuk di atas satu lakaran kawasan bangunan mahkamah. “Ada apa-apa soalan? Tanya Leftenan Kolonel Mal. “ Bagaimana saya hendak berhubung dengan pihak Tuan?” tanya Kapten Halim “Gunakan gelombang ini” jawab Leftenan Kolonel Mal sambil menulis beberapa saluran gelombang yang boleh di hubungi. Senarai itu kemudian diserahkannya kepada Kapten Halim.

Kapten Halim dan Platun 5 tiba ke kawasan mahkamah lebih kurang pukul 8.00 pagi. Masih ada tempoh sejam sebelum upacara perasmian bermula. Kapten Halim mengatur kereta perisainya di empat penjuru bangunan. Satu di setiap penjuru seperti yang dirancang. Dia kemudian membawa kereta perisainya ke dalam kawasan mahkamah. Bagi menguatkan lagi pertahanan pasukan MALBATT, Kapten Halim mengambil keputusan meletakkan 3 kumpulan penembak tepat (sniper) di atas bumbung mahkamah. Kedudukan yang lebih tinggi di atas bumbung memberi mereka pemandangan kawasan sekitar yang lebih baik. Setiap kumpulan mengandungi 2 orang anggota. Kumpulan 1 di anggotai oleh Koperal Halim dan Prebet Rosli. Mereka di bekalkan dengan Mesingan Pelbagai Guna dan Raifal M16 lengkap dengan Pelancar Grenad M203, juga sebuah Set Radio Komunikasi. Kumpulan 2 pula di anggotai Lans Koperal Ramli dan Prebet Zaini. Lans Koperal Ramli membawa Raifal M 16 manakala Prebet Zaini dibekalkan dengan Sub Mesingan HK MP5. Prebet Zaini mengambil kedudukan di penjuru berhampiran tangga manakala Lans Koperal Ramli jauh di belakang.

Kumpulan 3 pula terdiri daripada Lans Koperal Rosli dan Prebet Jamari. Kedudukan mereka di tepi tangga besi di luar bangunan. Mereka kemudian dibekalkan Radio Komunikasi bagi memudahkan perhubungan. Ketika menyusun Kumpulan Penembak Tepat, Kapten Halim tak bertemu dengan seorangpun Pasukan UAE di sekitar kawasan mahkamah seperti dakwaan Leftenan Kolonel Mal. “Jangan kata orang, bayangnya pun tak nampak” fikir Kapten Halim. Sebagai seorang pegawai yang berpengalaman, beliau mengambil tindakan proaktif. Bersama beberapa orang anggota, beliau memeriksa sendiri kawasan sekitar bagi memastikan ia benar-benar bebas dari sebarang ancaman berbahaya. Penduduk sekitar tidak menunjukkan apa-apa reaksi mencurigakan. Mereka menjalankan aktiviti harian seperti biasa, urusan jual beli sedang rancak berjalan dan kanak-kanak sedang bermain di tepi-tepi jalan. Kanak-kanak dan orang awam cuba berkomunikasi dengan anggota-anggota MALBATT.

Permandangan biasa di mana saja mereka di tugaskan mereka di sambut dengan baik. Setelah pasti semuanya selamat dan pasukannya dalam kedudukan sepatutnya beliau menghubungi Leftenan Kolonel Mal mengunakan saluran gelombang yang di berikan. Tiada jawapan. Setelah beberapa kali beliau bertukar ke saluran kedua, pun tiada jawapan. Setelah semua gelombang yang di berikan Leftenan Kolonel Mal gagal di hubungi, Kapten Halim terpaksa menghubungi Markas MALBATT untuk melaporkan keadaan pasukan. Setelah itu dia pergi berjumpa pegawai awam mahkamah. “Pasukan saya sudah berada dalam kedudukan.” beritahu Kapten Halim “Terima kasih, Tuan. Saya akan maklumkan” jawab pegawai itu “Pukul berapa upacara bermula?” “Pukul 9.00 pagi.” Jam menunjukkan pukul 10.00 pagi apabila 3 pegawai perundangan UNOSOM II tiba menaiki dua buah Land Rover awam di iringi dua buah APC Pasukan Pakistan. Mereka terdiri dari Micheal Aradika dari Ghana selaku ketua kumpulan serta dua orang lagi Jim Acally dan Kenneth Lain.

Sebaik tiba mereka terus masuk ke dalam bangunan mahkamah untuk meneruskan upacara. Kapten Halim masih terus berhubung dengan Markas MALBATT. Beliau di beritahu sumber perisikan yang memperolehi laporan dari helikopter yang membuat tinjauan udara, terdapat pergerakan sekumpulan militia Somalia bersenjata mara ke kawasan Mahkamah Agung Benadir. Mengikut laporan itu lagi, di anggarkan kekuatan kumpulan militia itu antara 10 ke 15 orang. Sebaik menerima maklumat itu, kapten Halim terus menyalurkannya kepada anggota-anggota lain sambil memberi ingatan agar terus berwaspada. Upacara itu selesai pukul 11.00 pagi dan seramai 50 orang pegawai perundangan dan Hakim Somalia mula beredar meningalkan bangunan mahkamah. Tiga orang Pegawai Perundangan UNOSOM II tidak terus beredar tapi masih berbual-bual di perkarangan mahkamah. Menyedari bahaya yang kemungkinan berlaku sekiranya mereka di serang, Kapten Halim segera mendapatkan mereka dan menasihatkan mereka supaya beredar dengan segera. “Tuan, saya rasa lebih baik tuan kembali ke kawasan penjara dengan segera. Kami mendapat laporan ada militia Somalia dalam perjalanan ke sini” Kapten Halim memberitahu dengan sopan. Ketiga-tiga Pegawai Perundangan UNOSOM II masih belum berganjak sebaliknya terus berbual-bual. Setelah menunggu seketika, Kapten Halim pergi mendapatkan mereka dan memberitahu sekali lagi supaya mereka kembali ke kawasan penjara. Kali ini dengan nada yang sedikit tegas. “Tuan, keadaan semakin bahaya, lebih baik beredar sekarang juga” tegur Kapten Halim. “Tak apa, suruh pasukan pengiring pergi dahulu. Tak payah tunggu kami” jawab Micheal Aradika. “Tak boleh tuan, mereka di arahkan untuk mengiringi tuan-tuan kembali ke kawasan penjara kalau terjadi apa-apa mereka akan di persalahkan” bantah Kapten Halim. Geram juga hatinya melihatkan kerenah mereka. Ketiga-tiga pegawai itu mula berbelah bahagi mengenai pasukan pengiring.

Mereka mula bertengkar sesama sendiri. Micheal beriya-iya tidak mahu mengunakan khidmat pasukan pengiring dari pasukan tentera Pakistan. Kapten Halim hanya memerhati gelagat mereka. Akhirnya mereka membuat keputusan agar Pasukan Pengiring Pakistan menunggu di penjara. Mereka akan pergi ke penjara dengan menaiki Pajero tanpa pengiring. Dari Penjara mereka akan di iringi ke Markas UNOSOM II. Kapten Halim terpaksa akur dengan keputusan mereka. Dia kemudian di minta untuk memandu Pasukan Pakistan ke Penjara kerana mereka tidak tahu jalan hendak ke sana. Kapten Halim terus keluar menemui Pasukan Pakistan untuk mengatur pergerakan. Pada masa yang sama, di luar orang awam Somalia yang tadinya ramai kini beransur-ansur kurang dan akhirnya terus hilang dari kawasan sekitarnya. “Ada yang tak kena ni” fikir Sarjan Sarizan. Dia terus memberitahu perubahan keadaan kepada anggota-anggota lain sambil mengingatkan mereka agar jangan leka dan terus berwaspada. Tiba-tiba dia di datangi oleh seorang pemuda Somalia yang menunjuk ke arah sebuah rumah. Di tingkat atas rumah tersebut kelihatan seorang wanita. Di sebabkan batasan komunikasi wanita itu cuba memberitahu sesuatu melalui isyarat tangan. Sarjan Sarizan faham wanita itu cuba memberitahunya sesuatu sedang berlaku di dalam rumahnya.

Dengan penuh berhati-hati Sarjan Sarizan cuba merapati dinding rumah itu. Baru sampai ke tangga, BAM! BAM! Dua das tembakan di lepaskan dari tingkat atas rumah itu. Serentak dengan itu tembakan bertubi-tubi seperti bertih goreng kedengaran dari pelbagai arah. Sarjan Sarizan terus berlari mendapatkan perlindungan di dalam kereta perisainya. Dia terus membalas tembakan dari dalam kereta perisainya. Lans Koperal Ramli yang berada di atas bangunan mendengar tembakan yang di lepaskan dan tembakan balas APCMALBATT dari arah hadapan bangunaan. Ketika itu juga terdengar bunyi riuh rendah suara orang di bahagian belakang bangunan. Beliau mengangkat kepala untuk melihat dari belakang tembok dan dia mendapati ada tujuh Militia Somalia di situ. Dia mengangkat senjata dan menenang untuk menembak mereka. Ketika baru hendak menarik picu senjatanya, BAM!BAM!BAM! tembakan bertubi-tubi dari bangunan sebelah. Nasib baik Militia Somalia kebanyakan tidak terlatih, tembakan itu mengenai tembok batu tempat beliau berlindung. Beliau mengangkat kepala sekali lagi untuk membalas tembakan, tapi sekali lagi dia di hujani dengan tembakan bertubi-tubi. Beberapa kali dia cuba membalas tembakan tetapi setiap kali itulah dia menjadi tumpuan tembakan. Dia berubah kedudukan dengan merangkak ke bucu sebelah kiri bangunan.

Tetap sama dia menjadi tumpuan tembakan bertubi-tubi militia Somalia. Sahlah! Dia sedang di perhati dan di awasi oleh penembak hendap Militia Somalia. Kapten Halim yang sedang berbincang dengan ketua pasukan Pengiring Pakistan apabila mendengar bunyi tembakan Mesingan dan Pelancar Roket Granade 7 (Rocket Propelled Granade 7-RPG 7). Dia terus berlari mendapatkan Kereta Perisainya. Dari dalam Kereta Perisainya berhubung dengan anggota melalui radio komunikasi untuk mengetahui apa yang sedang berlaku. Mereka melaporkan belum dapat melihat arah kemaraan musuh dan tembakan dilepaskan dari pelbagai arah. Kumpulan Penembak Tepat juga melaporkan mereka tidak dapat memastikan arah kemaraan musuh kerana menjadi sasaran tembakan penembak hendap Militia Somalia. Menyedari Kumpulan Penembak Tepat menjadi sasaran tembakan bertubi-tubi Militia Somalia menyebabkan mereka sukar memainkan peranan dengan berkesan, Kapten Halim mengarahkan mereka segera turun ke bawah. Kumpulan 1 yang di anggotai Koperal Halim dan Prebet Rosli berjaya turun setelah pertempuran berlangsung beberapa minit. Mereka kemudian menaiki APC3 dan membalas tembakan dari dalam kenderaan. APC2 melaporkan kepada Kapten Halim pergerakan segerombolan Militia dari arah laut menuju ke mahkamah.

Tembakan di lepaskan secara membabi-buta dari celah-celah tingkap dan lubang-lubang di dinding ke arah mahkamah (Rumah dan bangunan di Somalia banyak yang berlubang bekas tembusan peluru hasil perang saudara yang berlarutan). Kapten Halim mengarahkan anggotanya membalas tembakan ke arah musuh dan tidak menembak secara melulu demi menjaga keselamatan orang awam yang tinggal di kawasan sekitar. Walaupun di hujani peluru, pasukan MALBATT masih dalam pertimbangan Kapten Halim membawa kereta perisainya masuk ke dalam perkarangan Mahkamah mencari tiga orang pegawai perundangan UNOSOM II yang kini sudah terperangkap di dalam bangunan mahkamah. Di dalam bangunan beliau menemui mereka di dalam sebuah bilik bersama beberapa pegawai perundangan Somalia. Pegawai Somalia itu berjanji akan menjaga ketiga-tiga pegawai UNOSOM II yang kini mula tergambar perasaan cemas di muka masing-masing. Kapten Halim kemudian bergegas pula pergi mendapatkan Kereta Perisainya untuk menyampaikan laporan terkini kepada Markas MALBATT.

Beliau berulang-alik beberapa kali dari kereta perisainya ke dalam bangunan mahkamah kerana pegawai UNOSOM II yang ketakutan memintanya bersama-sama menemani mereka. Tembakan Militia Somalia terus menembak dengan mengunakan mesingan, senjata ringan, RPG 7 dan bom tangan. Anggota MALBATT mempertahankan kedudukan mereka dengan membalas tembakan dan membaling bom tangan ke arah Militia Somalia. Setelah bertempur dengan sengit selama lebih kurang sejam, Kapten Halim kemudiannya memdapat tahu salah seorang Pegawai perundangan Somalia cuba berhubung dan berunding dengan kumpulan Militia. Pegawai Somalia itu memberitahu sekiranya pasukan MALBATT menghentikan tembakan mereka juga akan berhenti menembak. Kapten Halim segera mengarahkan anggotanya menghentikan tembakan, tetapi Militia Somalia masih terus-menerus melepaskan tembakan. Kapten Halim mengarahkan anggotanya membalas kembali tembakan. Pegawai Somalia tersebut kemudian memberitahu Kapten Halim pihak Militia Somalia mahukan ketiga-tiga pegawai UNOSOM II sebagai tebusan barulah mereka berundur. Kapten Halim berasa tercabar dengan permintaan pihak Militia Somalia. Dia tidak akan sekali-kali menyerahkan pegawai UNOSOM II sebagai tebusan.

Ini prinsip yang di junjung tentera darat dalam Sumpah Kesatria ‘Tidak sekali-kali mengenal menyerah’. Biar putih tulang jangan putih mata. Dengan sikap pantang menyerah sebelum bertarung, permintaan Militia Aideed tersebut ditolak mentah-mentah. Permintaan tersebut dijawab dengan tembakan berterusan oleh Kapten Halim dan anggotanya Menyedari keadaan yang semakin merbahaya dan genting Kapten Halim mengambil keputusan untuk berundur segera. Beliau menghubungi Leftenan Salmi “Salmi, beritahu Ketua Pengiring Tentera Pakistan masuk ke dalam perkarangan mahkamah sekarang. Ambil Pegawai UNOSOM dan berundur ke penjara”perintah Kapten Halim. “Tuan, Pasukan Pakistan dah cabut” Jawab Leftenan Salmi “ Bila?!! Tanya Kapten Halim terkejut. “Masa mula-mula pertempuran lagi Tuan” balas Leftenan Salmi Kini mahu tak mahu keselamatan pegawai-pegawai UNOSOM II menjadi tanggungjawab beliau. Beliau dengan berani menggerakkan APC menghampiri bangunan mahkamah bagi menyelamatkan para pegawai UNOSOM II yang sedang terperangkap di bangunan tersebut. Tanpa berlengah lagi, semua pegawai UNOSOM II di arahkan masuk ke dalam Kereta Perisainya.

Pegawai-pegawai itu yang pada mulanya banyak kerenah kini umpama lembu di cucuk hidung, mengikut sahaja arahan yang di berikan. Ketika pegawai UNOSOM II sedang berlari menuju ke kenderaannya, Kapten Mohd. Halim dengan tidak menghiraukan keselamatan diri terjun dari kenderaannya sambil melepaskan tembakan balas secara bertubi-tubi ke arah Militia Aideed bagi memberi perlindungan rapat kepada para pegawai UNOSOM II. Dua Kumpulan Penembak Tepat masih di atas bangunan. Kapten Halim mengarahkan mereka turun dengan mengunakan pembesar suara. Lans Koperal Rosli yang mendengar arahan itu berlari secara taktikal bersama rakannya Prebet Jamari menuju ke tangga. Bagai manapun mereka menghadapi kesukaran untuk turun kerana menjadi sasaran tembakan setiap kali menghampiri tangga. Sebagai ketua pasukan Kapten Halim mesti memastikan kesemua mereka dapat turun sebelum berundur. Kapten Halim bergerak ke bawah tangga besi sambil memanggil anggotanya turun. Walaupun tindakan beraninya mengundang bahaya menjadi sasaran tembakan Militia Somalia dia terpaksa berbuat demikian kerana dia tiada pilihan lain untuk menyelamatkan anggotanya. Lans Koperal Rosli dan Prebet Jamari mengelunsur turun melalui tangga besi. Mereka kemudian di bawa menaiki APCKapten Halim.

Kapten Halim seterusnya pergi mendapatkan Lans Koperal Ramli. Lans Koperal Ramli sebaik mendengar arahan untuk turun dari pembesar suara terus bergerak ke arah tangga. Tetapi itu bukanlah mudah, di samping tembakan bertalu-talu dia terpaksa merangkak dan melompat dengan cepat dari satu tembok ke tembok yang lain.Tujuh tembok semuanya. Setiap tembok setinggi dua kaki. Tembok terakhir adalah yang paling lama untuk di lintasi kerana Militia menumpukan tembakan ke situ. Akhirnya setelah bersusah payah dan mengadai nyawanya dia berjaya merapati tangga besi. Prebet Zaini telah tiada di situ. Mungkin telah turun sebaik menerima arahan. Lans Koperal Ramli menghulurkan senjata sebagai menjawab panggilan Kapten Halim di bawah. Dia tidak mahu menyahut kerana masih menjadi sasaran Militia Somalia.Dia kemudian mendengar Kapten Halim menyuruhnya turun sambil berhati-hati kerana mereka akan berundur. Bagi memudahkannya turun Lans Koperal Ramli menyilangkan tali sliang senjata ke belakang dan turun dengan memeluk tiang tangga lalu mengelungsur ke bawah. Di bawah dia di sambut oleh Kapten Halim dan dibawa masuk ke dalam Kereta Perisainya.

Apabila semua anggotanya telah selamat Kapten Halim pun mengarahkan Pasukannya berundur di bawah hujan peluru, RPG 7 dan bom tangan pihak Militia Somalia. Tayar salah sebuah nombor ZA 9360 bocor terkena serpihan bom tangan tetapi masih boleh bergerak. Kerana tindakan berani Kapten Mohd. Halim, usaha hendak membantutkan proses keamanan yang dirancang melalui satu tindakan nekad oleh puak Militia Aideed telah dapat digagalkan. Setelah bertempur hebat dengan Militia Aideed beliau akhirnya pulang bersama anggota dan para pegawai UNOSOM II dengan selamat ke pangkalan. Mereka sampai ke Markas MALBATT lebih kurang pukul 1.00 tengah hari. Ketiga-tiga pegawai UNOSOM II dibawa Kapten Halim ke Bilik Gerakan MALBATT bertemu Leftenan Kolonel Rozi. Ketiga mereka yang masih terkejut dan berpeluh-peluh bertanya kepada Leftenan Kolonel Rozi “Er..Siapa Komander pasukan ini?” tanya salah seorang dari mereka dengan nada yang gementar “Kolonel Latif, dia tak ada di sini dan saya timbalannya” jawab Leftenan Kolonel Rozi. Ketika itu Kapten Halim pergi berjumpa dengan anak buahnya di samping memeriksa keadaan kenderaan dan peralatan yang di gunakan untuk membuat laporan nanti. Dia bersyukur kerana tanggungjawab melindungi Pegawai UNOSOM II berjaya di laksanakan tanpa ada seorang pun anak buahnya yang terkorban atau tercedera. “Kami ucapkan terima kasih banyak-banyak. Tak tahu macamana apa cakap. Kalau tak ada pasukan MALBATT tak tahu apa yang terjadi.” Kata salah seorang dari pegawai UNOSOM kepada Leftenan Kolonel Rozi “Siapa nama Kapten tadi?”tanya yang lain pula “Kapten Mohd Halim” balas Leftenan Kolonel Rozi “Ya, dia patut di berikan pingat atas keberaniannya.

Kami nak beri dia pingat, atau awak patut bagi kepadanya?”cadang yang lain. “Baiklah, baiklah, kami akan sampaikan cerita ini ke Mindef (Kementerian Pertahanan Malaysia), mereka akan tentukan siapa yang layak dapat pingat akan menerimanya” kata Leftenan Kolonel Rozi. Sebenarnya tak payah di beritahu memang itulah yang akan di buatnya. Dia tumpang bangga dengan pencapaian yang di tunjukkan oleh anak buahnya. Sejak itu nama pasukan MALBATT makin harum di kalangan pasukan pengaman dan rakyat Somalia. Mereka memuji dan menghormati MALBATT sebagai satu pasukan tentera yang tangkas, berani dan profesional. Tindakan berani serta semangat taat setia yang sedia tertanam dijiwa Perwira RAMD ini telah mendapat pujian tidak hanya daripada para pegawai kehakiman terbabit malah turut mendapat pujian daripada para pegawai lain yang berkhidmat dengan UNOSOM II. Menurut para pegawai kehakiman terbabit mereka tidak hanya terhutang budi malah berhutang nyawa kepada Kapten Mohd. Halim. Jasa beliau tidak mungkin dapat dilupai hingga ke akhir hayat mereka. Inilah kata-kata yang sungguh bermakna dan secara langsung turut menaikkan imej negara

"Harimau Malaysia di Somalia
"This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave...."
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #395

ggk wrote:
gambo abang sniper gunung kita di somalia..cuba teka mana satu?

"This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave...."
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #396

Akmal3110 wrote:
ggk wrote:
gambo abang sniper gunung kita di somalia..cuba teka mana satu?



Hehehe...Teka jangan tak teka.
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #397

mr. kurien wrote:
ggk wrote:
gambo abang sniper gunung kita di somalia..cuba teka mana satu?



kalau aku teka... menda hadiah ngko nak bagi kat aku. gerenti tepat punya la.
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Re: Black Hawk Down (The astonishing story of our 19th RAMD Mech warriors) 3 years, 2 months ago #398

Akmal3110 wrote:
Saya pun nak teka kalau ada hadiah. Hehehe...Geng-geng Mp.net mesti tau.
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