Polsuska a.k.a ORP, a Paramilitary for Train Company’s Assets

If you quite frequently travel by trains, you would see officers wearing a paramilitary uniform and orange beret around. No, it’s not Brimob. Few Brimob or Mobile Brigade Corps personnels (with blue beret) often guard trips on railway too. But not as much as Special Police Train or so-called Polisi Khusus Kereta Api (Polsuska) a.k.a. Orange Railway Police (ORP).

Polsuska or Polisi Khusus Kereta Api on duty

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Mandala Wangsit Siliwangi Museum is not that Creepy

Museum of Mandala Wangsit Siliwangi at Lembong Street, Bandung.

Bunda remembered her late father wished to bring me to Mandala Wangsit Siliwangi Museum when I was in high school. But despite we went to Bandung several times in a month, his wish never came true until he passed away 12 years ago. Then she didn’t know it’s a coincidence or not, last September, Yayah asked me to visit this museum before having fun in Floating Market.

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New Main Equipment and Weapon Systems

Marines performed the military martial art
Marines performed the military martial art

Yesterday, on October 5, the Armed Forces of Republic of Indonesia (TNI – Tentara Nasional Indonesia) celebrated its 69th anniversary. But a massive celebration held two days after in the Eastern Fleet of the Republic of Indonesia Command Headquarters, Surabaya, East Java Province.

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Deadly Blades from Indonesia

Deadly Blades from Indonesia

Until today, some tribes in Indonesia use traditional weapons as tools for hunting, self-defensing, and attacking someone or something. Even more, some people who still believe in superstitious thinks that traditional weapons are surrounded by mystical power.

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Korpaskhas TNI AU, the Orange Beret

Get ready to infiltrate... go!
Get ready to infiltrate… go!

As we know, every component of military power has at least one special force. Speaking of which, this is Korpaskhasau (Korps Pasukan Khas TNI Angkatan Udara) or Air Force Special Forces Corps. Formerly known as Komando Pasukan Gerak Tjepat (Kopasgat), the corps has headquarters in Margahayu, Bandung. Like in Kopassus or Kopaska, each personnel of Paskhas must have para-command qualification.

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