Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Dear all TI's around the world,
This website is belongs to Royal Malaysian Army, it has Psychological Warfare and electronic Warfare ? When I ask Malaysian Special Branch ( Malaysian type of CIA), an explanation the usage of the above two categorised of warfare, they told me its top secret.
After my meeting with them the Army website change its setting from what was below to existing format?

Destroy the Royal Corps (KRD)

1. Destroy the Royal Corps was officially established on 7 November 1969 and awarded the title Royal on June 7, 1997 by the SPB to the Agong Tuanku Ja'afar son of the late X Tuanku Abdul Rahman.
2. KRD organization headed by the Director General of Defence Intelligence (KPPP) and Chairman of KRD and is divided into the following settlements:

Defence Intelligence Staff Division (BSPP).
92 Armed Forces Special Branch (ATCK).
Special Regimental Combat Intelligence 91 (CTR).
Intelligence Branch.
Destroy Directions Department.
Intelligence Training Centre (PULARIS).
3. All these settlements have different tasks and roles, but simply KRD's role is to plan and implement efforts in collecting, evaluating and disseminating intelligence related to the importance of tactical Army Armed Forces in particular and generally includes the following tasks:
To provide advice to the Government team on aspects of intelligence operations, tactical, security and psychological warfare.
To formulate and issue directives relating to intelligence operations, tactical, security and psychological warfare.
Identify, plan and execute intelligence operations in the Army.
Analyzing all intelligence for the Army operational requirements.
Prepare officers and members of the professional in the field of intelligence.


4. Destroy the Royal Corps officially established on 7 November 1969 to face the threat of the Malayan Communist Party launched a military policy and planning armed rebellion began in 1949. 5. In 53, the British administration began to realize the need for intelligence to assist security forces in the fight against the CPM's armed struggle. Simultaneously, a native of PBT Hashim bin HJ Rauf has been absorbed and ditugaskaskan in "HQ 355 Field Security Section (FSS)" the "British Military Intelligence" led by LtM EA Atkinson. Good potential to convince the British and then encourage them to continue to recruit more locals. A group of Non-Commission Officer (PTT) from the Malay Regiment, Armoured Car Regiment of Engineers, Federal and Federal ditumpangkan to "HQ 355 FSS" to be trained in the intelligence section. 6. As an independent state "HQ 355 FSS" reorganized and known as the "Federation Field Security Section" (FFSS) and placed under the Federal Army Headquarters (HQ Malaya Command), Kuala Lumpur. A total of 14 "Junior Civil Liaison Officer" who works with a special branch of the Federation of Malaya Police was called by the British to carry out intelligence work in the field. 7. On November 63, Operations Division, Plans and Intelligence has been taken over by local officials and the Planning and Intelligence Branch was changed to the Directorate of Joint Intelligence in March 1965. Early in 66, the three intelligence unit that functions without command and control from any organization was formed consisting of the Army Defense Counsel, the Special Branch of Armed Forces (ATCK) and Border Committee. 8. All organizations in the military intelligence units have been consolidated in a corps in the 69 years since its inception and most respected Destroy Corps on the means and ability as intelligence sources to the national defense and the subversion of the enemy invasion, especially in opposition to the communist era.


Responsible for acquiring, processing and disseminating intelligence information related to security operations in the state, for use by security forces.
Obtain materials in the field of intelligence for combat operations planning.
Spreading the Special Branch intelligence to security forces carrying out the movement.
Follow, review and update the enemy that threatens the establishment of domestic security.
Assist the Special Branch in terms of membership as the security situation requires.
Acting as a liaison agency between the Armed Forces in the police.
Handle other duties as required Army intelligence and Special Branch.

Training of officers and Other Ranks of the Armed Forces, especially members of the Corps Destroy in intelligence.
Plan and implement intelligence training to meet the needs of the three services with the consent of the Director General of Defence Intelligence.
Plan and implement training of officers and members of the Corps Other Ranks Destroy the standard of skills as intelligence career courses that have been set.
Assist other government intelligence agencies to train their members in the areas of intelligence, if needed after the consent of the Director General of Defence Intelligence.
Revise the school curriculum from time to time in accordance with the development of intelligence doctrine for all three services.
Planning and implementing foreign language courses.



9. In line with the policy of national defense in which the Armed Forces (ATM) is required to stand ready to face all forms of threats. The role of the Defence Intelligence Staff (BSPP), which included the following:
Plan and implement actions in terms of collecting, processing and dissemination of intelligence material operational, strategic and psychological warfare.
Plan and implement actions to ensure information security, personnel and property from the activities and extension activities, pangkhianatan and sabotage carried out by the enemy.

10. As a single body in terms of getting intelligence, it is responsible for planning, advising and coordinating all military intelligence sources. This includes activities that exist Destroy Branch at every service of the Army, Navy and Air Force. In this regard, if the situation requires, in particular based on the direction of the Armed Forces Commander, Chief of Defence Intelligence Director will plan and intelligence gathering and strategic operations of:
Sources of intelligence from Tantera Army, Navy and Army.
Electronic warfare operations.
Psychological warfare activities.
Interpretation of air photos.
Other sources at home and abroad, including from the Defence Counsel.
Meetings / seminars bilateral exchange of intelligence with defense intelligence organizations from certain countries.
Alone or together with other intelligence organizations, undertake intelligence operations at home and abroad to obtain the necessary intelligence in line with the national interest. This activity is done with the command of Chief of Defence Force approval of the Minister of Defence.



Regiment is responsible for the Special Combat Unit Destroy Corps placed under operational control of the Director General of Defence Intelligence (KPPP). Its role is to obtain intelligence information and destroy the enemy assault by special movements. DUTIES

Review and obtain intelligence information related to combat.
Reviewing tracking by using special equipment.
Destroying the enemy infrastructure to carry out sabotage.
Making the absorption of operations.
Carrying out cross-border operations.
Perform other duties as directed by the KPPP from time to time.



Directions Department Destroy Destroy Corps is responsible for the development of a whole covers the following areas:
All the G (Operations, Training and Programs).
Technical matters.
Article Corps.
Issuing instructions relating to the Corps of Royal Destroy appropriate and consistent with the needs of the Army and the Armed Forces.
Advise the Chief of the Armed Forces and Chairman of the Corps in connection with all aspects of the Royal Corps Destroy.
To analyze the doctrine and training programs aimed at making the necessary transformer sesuaian interest Destroy Corps.
Provide policies covering the areas of training, exchange, welfare, services, vehicles and other equipment incorporating the intelligence units of the Armed Forces.
Planning officers and Other Ranks (LLP) Destroy the Corps of Royal.


Responsible for staff of the PTD in advising on aspects of tactical, intelligence and electronic war psychological response in the TD.
Responsible for advising the PTD on the aspects of intelligence operations, particularly in the areas of tactical intelligence, counter intelligence, psychological and electronic warfare.
Responsible for planning and issuing orders related to intelligence operations, tactical, operational security, psychological and electronic warfare.
Responsible for coordinating all aspects of intelligence and security agencies in accordance with the relevant government TD Defence Policy.
Responsible for coordinating with government agencies on intelligence and national security matters, particularly involving the TD.
Responsible for implementing activities TD psychological level by informing policies and new rules by directive or in the Malaysian Army News (BTDM).
Responsible for issuing instructions and safety rules for determining the safety of TD is always at a satisfactory level under control.

ELECTRONIC BATTLE Regiment 93 signaling (93 RSPE)


Responsible for the implementation of all aspects of electronic warfare as the proceedings of the policies and directions set by the Director General of Defence Intelligence and intelligence units. DUTIES

Implementing Electronic Aid Action plan (TBE). Response Action Electronics (TTE) and the Electronic Reactions of Action (TTTE) directed by the Director General of Defence Intelligence.
Implementing the plan TBE with cariarah tasks and collect, compile and analyze intelligence communications and electronic intelligence.
Implementing plans to implement TTE "jamming" and communication security.
Prepare and distribute reports TBE, TTE and TTTE the Defence Intelligence Staff Division.
Provide communications support to the Defence Intelligence Staff Division and intelligence units when necessary.
To study / testing tools, including new electronic warfare electronic devices belonging to the Defence Intelligence Staff Division and intelligence units.
Handle all aspects of training in:
o Electronic Warfare.
o Military.
o "Regimental Signallers".
o Foreign languages.
Maintenance repair and rehabilitation of all electronic devices including computers belonging to the Regiment, Defence Intelligence Staff Division and intelligence units.
Monitor communications exercises undertaken by the three services in the country and overseas.
Perform any other duties as directed by the KPPP.