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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Jeu 25 Avr 2013 - 12:11

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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Jeu 14 Nov 2013 - 14:38

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Maldives officer joining next Army command class
Aug. 8, 2013 - 09:29AM |

FORT LEAVENWORTH, KAN. — An officer from the Maldives will make history this fall by becoming the first member of his nation’s military to attend the Army’s Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth.

The officer from the Indian Ocean island republic will be among 70 foreign students presenting their flags Monday during a ceremony to open the 2013-14 academic session.

More than 7,500 international officers have studied military tactics and strategy alongside U.S. counterparts at Fort Leavenworth. The officer from the Maldives brings to 161 the number of countries represented at the college since 1894.

The international officers will be joined this year by nearly 1,000 U.S. military officers and government civilians studying at the Army post in northeast Kansas.


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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Dim 15 Déc 2013 - 16:02

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India donates second naval Advanced Light Helicopter to Maldives


The Advanced Light Helicopter Dhruv that India provisioned to the Maldives at a function at the Southern Naval Command's air station Garuda in Kochi on Saturday. Photo: Vipin Chandran  


‘Gifts’ will pave the way for further strengthening bilateral relations, says Madivian Minister

India on Saturday donated a second naval Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH), Dhruv, to the Maldives in a gesture that was described by Maldivian Minister for Defence Mohamed Nazim as “paving the way for further strengthening of ties between both countries.”

A brand new, Mark-III (the latest) variant of the India-made multi-role helicopter in Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) colours was unveiled at a simple ceremony attended by Mr. Nazim, Vice-Admiral Satish Soni, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of India’s Southern Naval Command, and MNDF Brigadier General Ali Zuhair besides senior formations from both sides, officials from the Ministry of External Affairs and representatives of the helicopter manufacturer, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, at naval air station Garuda in Kochi.

Cordial relation

On the last leg of his India visit, Mr. Nazim said the Maldives maintained a friendly and cordial relation with its neighbours, especially India, which stood by the nation whenever it needed support. Defence cooperation between both countries grew drastically over the past few years with Indian armed forces, particularly the Navy, contributing greatly to MNDF’s capacity-building. He said the ‘gift’ would help the island nation’s Coast Guard carry out search and rescue and medical evacuation from its far-flung territories.

Vice-Admiral Soni said India shared long-standing ties with Maldives. While Indian Navy trained MNDF personnel and despatched its ships and aircraft to patrol the Maldivian exclusive economic zone, the Maldives contributed to security in the Indian Ocean region by enhanced surveillance and anti-piracy patrol. The nation also actively participated in forums such as the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) and the biennial exercise Milan.


Vice-Admiral Soni told the media later that provisioning the ALH, the face of India’s aviation industry, was indicative of the importance India attached to its relationship with the island nation. While the ALH already in operation with the Maldivian Coast Guard was based at the southern Maldivian island of Addu, the more advanced, second helicopter — which also sports a weather radar— would operate from the northern Hannimadhoo Island, primarily on medical evacuation duty. The helicopter would be initially manned and maintained by an all-Indian crew.

Maldives top priority

The Maldives topped India’s priority alongside Bangladesh, Seychelles, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Defence cooperation between both countries was set for further growth, he said. As many as 16 MNDF personnel were presently undergoing training at India’s Southern Naval Command, the Indian Navy’s Training Command.

(The Indian Navy has trained MNDF personnel since 1988. Maldivian defence personnel subscribe to at least 35 courses every year)

T. Suvarna Raju, Director (Design and Development) of HAL, said the Mark-III variant of the indigenous chopper sported a digital cockpit and was capable of performing several roles.

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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Lun 22 Juin 2015 - 13:18

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Maldives, Bangladesh Vow to Intensify Military Ties

Visiting Maldives National Defence Force Chief Major General Ahmed Shiyam today hoped for continuing bilateral cooperation for further strengthening relations between the armed forces of Bangladesh and the Maldives.
He expressed the hope when he called on Bangladesh Navy Chief Vice Admiral M Farid Habib at the naval headquarters at Banani office in the city, said a press release.

On his arrival at the naval headquarters, Major General Ahmed Shiyam was greeted by the senior officers of Bangladesh Navy and was presented a guard of honor.

The Maldives national defence force chief was accompanied by Maldives defense attach, to Bangladesh, Maldives National Defense Forces director and senior military officials.

Earlier, the Maldives National Defense Forces chief placed wreath at Shikha Anirban, showing respect to the memories of the martyrs of 1971 liberation war.

He made a courtesy call on President Abdul Hamid and visited the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at Dhanmondi.

He will also call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the army chief during his five-day visit.

The Maldives National Defence Force chief arrived on 7 February and expected to return for home on February 11.



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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Lun 18 Jan 2016 - 14:01

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Maldives military again demotes ex-armoury chief

Mohamed Visham and Fazeena Ahmed, Haveeru Online
Dec 19, 2015 - 12:59



Maldives military on Saturday handed another demotion to former armoury chief being detained inside the military headquarters over a recent blast aboard the presidential speedboat.

Colonel Ahmed 'Papa' Fayaz was serving as the head of the Special Protection Group (SPG), which was tasked with the security of state officials including the president, when the blast took place in late September.

Fayaz who is being detained since October was demoted to the Male area commander earlier.

Haveeru has found that he has now been demoted to the rank of captain. But the reason behind the demotion is unclear.

Meanwhile, Fayaz's lawyers are looking to appeal the decision by the Criminal Court to deny a habeas corpus writ over his detention.

Criminal Court on Wednesday denied a habeus corpus writ over the detention of Fayaz.

The court said the writ request was rejected by its registrar as the defence ministry denied detaining Fayaz inside the military headquarters.

Fayaz’s attorney Mahfooz Saeed had said he would seek the intervention of the Criminal Court judges in order to nullify the decision by the court’s registrar.

Government had also blamed army officers in charge of the armoury for the weapons stash found following the blast from an uninhabited island, labelling them as having had committed treason.

The weapons found from the island of Hinbalhidhoo in Baa Atoll, which is being developed as a tourist resort, included several hand guns, a T56 assault rifle and a MP5 sub-machine gun. In addition, a large quantity of bomb making material was also discovered.

The military had confirmed that the two rifles found in the island were from the state armoury.

The primary suspect in the weapons stash seized from the Hibilhadhoo island has, meanwhile, denied any connection to the weapons. Mohamed Allam Latheef is one of the four shareholders of a company that owns Hibilhadhoo.

Local authorities, meanwhile, has identified Allam and seven others as wanted in two separate cases related to the explosion aboard the presidential speedboat late September, now confirmed as an attempt to kill the president.

The now deposed Vice President Ahmed Adheeb Abdul Ghafoor was arrested over the blast shortly after. He has since been impeached after the ruling coalition lawmakers moved a no-confidence motion through the government controlled parliament.

President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom and First Lady Fathimath Ibrahim were travelling to Male from the Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (INIA), located on the nearby island of Hulhule which is a five-minute ferry ride from the capital city, on September 28 when the explosion took place. They had returned home that morning after concluding their visit to Saudi Arabia to perform the annual hajj pilgrimage.

The president was unhurt, but the first lady suffered a spinal fracture.


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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Lun 18 Jan 2016 - 14:02

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Bangladesh army chief in Maldives

Mohamed Visham and Fazeena Ahmed, Haveeru Online
Jan 16, 2016 - 04:0




Bangladesh Chief of Army Staff is in Maldives on an official invitation from the Maldives Chief of Defence Force Major General Ahmed Shiyam.

General Abu Belal Muhammad Shafiul Huq arrived in the Maldives on Friday evening on a four-day visit.

Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) said the two countries would hold discussions on strengthening defense cooperation between the two countries.

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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Jeu 31 Mar 2016 - 20:08

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Maldives army chief heads to Saudi for military alliance meeting

Mohamed Visham and Aminath Shifleen, Haveeru Online
Mar 26, 2016





Maldives army chief Ahmed Shiyam on Thursday departed to Saudi Arabia to take part in the first meeting of the Islamic military alliance, which includes the archipelago.

Maldives had in December signed up to be a part of the Islamic military alliance spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, in another move that showed the improving relations between the two Islamic countries.

Maldives defence minister Adam Shareef had earlier insisted that Maldivian soldiers will not be deployed to fight for the Islamic army despite being part of the alliance.

The 34-state Islamic military coalition had been formed to combat terrorism. A joint operations centre will be established in the Saudi capital of Riyadh to coordinate and support military operations to fight terrorism and to develop the necessary programmes and mechanisms for supporting these efforts.

The countries participating in the alliance along with Saudi Arabia are Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Turkey, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, Djibouti, Senegal, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Gabon, Guinea, Palestine, Comoros, Qatar, Cote d'Ivoire, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Maldives, Mali, Malaysia, Egypt, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria and Yemen.

“More than ten other Islamic countries have expressed their support for this alliance and will take the necessary measures in this regard, including Indonesia,” the statement read.

The announcement cited “a duty to protect the Islamic nation from the evils of all terrorist groups and organisations, whatever their sect and name, which wreak death and corruption on earth and aim to terrorise the innocent.”





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MessageSujet: Re: Maldives National Defence Force   Jeu 28 Avr 2016 - 18:19

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Indian navy deploys Dhruv helicopter to Maldives
Rahul Bedi, New Delhi - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
28 April 2016
The Indian Navy (IN) deployed one of its helicopters to the Maldives, along with a 33-member team, including officers and technicians on 27 April, to assist the Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) in coastal surveillance and reconnaissance.

In an official statement, the IN stated that the indigenously developed Dhruv Mk III Advanced Light Helicopter (AHL) will be based on Kadhdhoo island on the archipelago's Laamu Atol in central Maldives and would support MNDF communication, logistics, search and rescue and casualty evacuation missions.

Alongside, the IN contingent, which includes 13 technicians, will train MDNF pilots and engineering personnel to operate and maintain the ALH, ahead of eventually transferring its ownership to the MNDF by the year end who will then independently operate it.





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