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Submarine rescue vessel tested and proven in drill


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 18 Jun 2016

On solid ground: L/Muda Abdul Rahman (left) meeting navy personnel from the ‘MV Mega Bakti’ during the six-nation exercise in South Korea.

On solid ground: L/Muda Abdul Rahman (left) meeting navy personnel from the ‘MV Mega Bakti’ during the six-nation exercise in South Korea.

KOTA KINABALU: A Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) vessel used for submarine escape and rescue has proven its mettle at an international exercise in South Korea.

The MV Mega Bakti 30 crew members with 12 Royal Malaysian Navy officers and personnel successfully completed a simulation to transfer the crew of submarine that was stuck underwater from May 23 to June 3.

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