Armed Forces Overviews
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Malaysian Forces
Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia
Two colourful CL-415MPs were accepted by the APMM in 2009. They are based at Subang.
Photo: Jens Hameister
Alor Setar/Sultan Abdul Halim (WMKA)
RMAF
Rwy: 22/04
Pos: 06°11'40"N 100°24'03"E
Elev: 15 ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

Pulatibang 1
(1 Flying Training Center)
PC-7
PC-7 MkII


Pulatibang 2
(2 Flying Training Center)
Alouette 3


Flying Instructors School PC-7 (on loan)


AIROD Overhaul Unit

Butterworth (WMKB)
RMAF
Rwy: 18/36
Pos: 05°27'58"N 100°23'28"E
Elev: 8ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

3 Skn S-61A-4 Hero


12 Skn F-5E (WFU)
F-5F (WFU)
RF-5E (WFU)
Lightning


15 Skn Hawk Mk108
Hawk Mk208
Panther


18 Skn F/A-18D Lipan
12 Skn: The R/F-5 was withdrawn from use in December 2014.

Eighteen F-5Es and four F-5Fs were received from 1975. The last five were retired by 12 Squadron in December 2014.
Photo: Hans Rolink
Gong Kedak (WMGK)
RMAF
Rwy: 08/26
Pos: 05°47'56"N 102°29'25"E
Elev: 20 ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

11 Skn Su-30MKM Golden Cobra

Kluang (WMAP)
Rwy: 05/23
Pos: 02°02'38"N 103°18'27"E
Elev: 142ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TDDM

881 Rejimen A109 LOH


882 Rejimen S-61A-4 (ex TUDM)
S-70A-32 (ex Brunei, not yet received)
881 Skn became 881 Rejimen in 2011.
882 Rejimen was formed by 01 March 2016. Base to be confirmed.

Eleven A109 Light Observation Helicopters form the sole airborne force of the Army. They were delivered to 881 Squadron in 2005 and 2006.
Photo: Peter de Jong
Kuala Lumpur/Simpang (WMKF)
RMAF (Sungai Besi)
Rwy: 04/22
Pos: 03°06'41"N 101°42'10"E
Elev: 111 ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

Pulatibang 1 MD3-160 Flight
(1 Flying Training Center)
MD3-160
PDRM

Police Air Wing AS355N
AS355F2
Be350
Ce172
Ce206
Ce208
PC-6/B2-H4

The Police has a large fixed- and rotary wing fleet, with almost thirty aircraft in service including some three Cessna U206Gs.
Photo: M Radzi Desa
Kuantan (WMKD)
RMAF (Sultan Ahmed Shah)
Rwy: 18/36
Pos: 03°46'11"N 103°12'34"E
Elev: 56ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

10 Skn H225M
S-70A (at Subang?)
Elephant Tusk


17 Skn MiG-29N
MiG-29NUB
Bat


19 Skn MiG-29N (to 17 Skn) Cobra


Pulatibang 3 (3 Flying Training Center) MB339CM
10 Skn received its first H225M (then known as EC725AP) in August 2013.
The MiG-29 is to be withdrawn from use post 2017. 19 Skn was most likely disbanded in December 2015.

Ten Hawk Mk108s were received in 1994. With four losses over the years, the six survivors are part of 6 Squadron and 15 Squadron.
Photo: Dietmar Fenners
Kuching (WBGG)
RMAF
Rwy: 07/25
Pos: 01°29'05"N 110°20'16"E
Elev: 89 ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

1 Skn CN235-220M Courage


7 Skn S-61A-4 Rhino

Labuan (WBKL)
RMAF
Rwy: 14/32
Pos: 05°18'06"N 115°14'54"E
Elev: 102ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

5 Skn H225M Tiger


6 Skn Hawk Mk108
Hawk Mk208
Cakra


14 Skn C-130H-30 Peaceful
5 Skn converted from the S61 Nuri to the H225M in June 2014.
6 Skn relocated from Kuantan to Labuan in March 2016.

A total of fifteen C-130s were received from 1976. One was lost in 1990, and nine C-130H-30s, one C-130H-MP and four C-130Ts are active today.
Photo: Jens Hameister
Lumut (WMLH)
Rwy: 03/21
Pos: 04°13'21"N 100°41'58"E
Elev: 25ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TLDM

501 Skn Super Lynx Mk300 Lynx


502 Skn AS555SN Fennec

Six AS555SN Fennecs are part of 502 Squadron at Lumut. This unit was formed in 2004.
Photo: Nicholas Shariff Mazlan Collins
Subang/Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (WMSA)
RMAF (Kuala Lumpur)
Rwy: 15/33
Pos: 03°07'52"N 101°32'53"E
Elev: 89 ft
Command Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
TUDM

2 Skn F28-1000
Falcon 900
BD700
B737-7H6
plus Royal Fleet
Parakeet


16 Skn Beech 200T Canary


20 Skn C-130H-MP
C-130H-30
C-130T
Cloud


21 Skn CN235-220M
CN235-220M VIP


22 Skn A400M


AIROD Overhaul Unit
UBPM

BOMBA Mil-17-1V
Mi-171
Mi-8MTV-1
A109E
AW139
APMM

Air Division AS365N3
CL-415MP
AW319
22 Skn received its first A400M in March 2015.

Sixteen MiG-29Ns and two MiG-29NUBs were received by 17 Squadron and 19 Squadron at Kuantan in 1995. A few will remain in service until withdrawn from use post 2017.
Photo: Dietmar Fenners
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