Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Betulkah Tentera Sembunyi Fakta??? Kerana Mengelak Kelemahan Terdedah!!! #PrayForMH370


MH370: Pakar penerbangan tidak tolak penyembunyian fakta oleh tentera

Pakar penerbangan tidak menolak kemungkinan berlakunya penyembunyian fakta oleh pihak tentera di Asia selepas tentera Thailand mengambil masa 10 hari untuk melaporkan paparan radar mereka yang berkemungkinan pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 yang masih belum ditemui. 

Portal berita Britain di bawah Daily Mail itu memetik kenyataan Learmount dalam blognya: 

"Mungkin negara-negara seperti Malaysia tidak seperti yang digembar-gemburkan.David Learmount berkata, beberapa negara berkemungkinan menyembunyikan maklumat radar kerana tidak mahu mendedahkan kekurangan dalam pertahanan udara mereka, lapor MailOnline.

"Dan mungkin juga seluruh dunia mengetahuinya," katanya merujuk kepada Tentera Udara Malaysia yang hanya mendedahkan radar mereka mengesan pesawat berkenaan beberapa hari selepas kehilangannya.

Learmount, bekas juruterbang dan kini pengarang operasi dan keselamatan portal Flightglobal, berkata MH370 berkemungkinan terbang melintasi beberapa negara Asean termasuk Thailand, Burma, China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Turkmenistan dan Afghanistan. – 19 Mac, 2014. - sumber

Di bawah ini saya petik salah satu kelemahan dan kelembapan tentera kita untuk bertindak.

Apa yang akan berlaku sekiranya itu adalah pesawat musuh yang bertujuan tidak baik?
Tapi kita tidak berbuat apa-apa .......

Military radar detection: 2:15 a.m.

Though the Malaysian plane is not transmitting information -- by ACARS or transponder -- radar on the ground or elsewhere can still detect a plane in the air.

According to a Malaysian Air Force official, military radar tracked the plane as it passed over the small island of Pulau Perak in the Strait of Malacca.

At this point, the plane was now hundreds of miles off-course. In fact, it was on the other side of the Malaysian Peninsula.

Military radar showed that the jetliner flew in a westerly direction back over the Malaysian peninsula, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said. It is then believed to have either turned northwest toward the Bay of Bengal or southwest elsewhere into the Indian Ocean.

This was the last time any civilian or military radar tracked the aircraft.

The focus now is searching for the missing flight in the southern Indian Ocean, according to a U.S. official.

"The southern scenario seems more plausible," the official said.

The Malaysian military is now handing over its raw radar data to U.S. and UK officials, apparently setting aside concerns about any sensitive military intelligence.

Quest called this sharing of information a "huge" development in the case.

"They don't want anyone to know how good their radar is. They obviously decided that doesn't matter," he said.

"We don't know much about the Malaysian military, and that has been one of the issues," Quest added. "It appears that Malaysia was providing an interpretation of the analysis -- and not the raw data. Now they are handing over the raw data." - petikan dari sini

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