World War Two Aircrew Buried With Military Honours    The crew of a Royal Air Force Liberator aircraft who were tragically killed just 11 days before the end of World War Two when their aircraft crashed deep inside the Malaysian jungle, have been laid to rest with military honours at the Cheras Road Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

World War Two Aircrew Buried With Military Honours The crew of a Royal Air Force Liberator aircraft who were tragically killed just 11 days before the end of World War Two when their aircraft crashed deep inside the Malaysian jungle, have been laid to rest with military honours at the Cheras Road Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force was formed on 2 June 1958 as the Royal Federation of Malaya Air Force (Tentera Udara Diraja Persekutuan). However, its roots can be traced back to the Malayan Auxiliary Air Force formations of the British Royal Air Force in then colonial British Malaya.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force was formed on 2 June 1958 as the Royal Federation of Malaya Air Force (Tentera Udara Diraja Persekutuan). However, its roots can be traced back to the Malayan Auxiliary Air Force formations of the British Royal Air Force in then colonial British Malaya.

© UK DoD - 4 of 8 British Eurofighter Typhoon IIs heading for Malaysia. Royal Air Force will deploy 8 Typhoons to Japan to perfect cooperation with Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) and to improve interoperability between different aircraft. Before landing at Japanese Misawa Air Base, British fighters, along with A330 tanker MRTT "Voyager", landed at Butterworth, base of Malaysian Royal Air Force to participate in 'Regional exercise "Bersama Lima 16".

© UK DoD - 4 of 8 British Eurofighter Typhoon IIs heading for Malaysia. Royal Air Force will deploy 8 Typhoons to Japan to perfect cooperation with Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) and to improve interoperability between different aircraft. Before landing at Japanese Misawa Air Base, British fighters, along with A330 tanker MRTT "Voyager", landed at Butterworth, base of Malaysian Royal Air Force to participate in 'Regional exercise "Bersama Lima 16".

© Airbus DS - Premier A400M Atlas for the Royal Air Force of Malaysia.  After receiving its first A400M Atlas (MSN022) on 09 March 2015 in Seville, Spain, Malaysia announced that it had received its fourth and last transport plane from European aircraft manufacturer Airbus Defense & Space.    The aircraft left the Spanish assembly lines on 12 March 2017 and landed two days later on 14 March at Subang air base in western Malaysia, where it was integrated Within the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

© Airbus DS - Premier A400M Atlas for the Royal Air Force of Malaysia. After receiving its first A400M Atlas (MSN022) on 09 March 2015 in Seville, Spain, Malaysia announced that it had received its fourth and last transport plane from European aircraft manufacturer Airbus Defense & Space. The aircraft left the Spanish assembly lines on 12 March 2017 and landed two days later on 14 March at Subang air base in western Malaysia, where it was integrated Within the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

https://flic.kr/p/TwMzWG | Pilatus PC-7 mkII, Royal Malaysian Air Force | Alor Setar AB, Malaysia

https://flic.kr/p/TwMzWG | Pilatus PC-7 mkII, Royal Malaysian Air Force | Alor Setar AB, Malaysia

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D, Royal Malaysian Air Force | Flickr

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D, Royal Malaysian Air Force | Flickr

Rare View of 'air-freighted' F-5E FM-2217 (in standard Silver paint scheme) on delivery to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Base Butterworth in March 18, 1981

Rare View of 'air-freighted' F-5E FM-2217 (in standard Silver paint scheme) on delivery to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Base Butterworth in March 18, 1981

Rare View of 'air-freighted' F-5E in standard Silver paint scheme) on delivery to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Base Butterworth in 1975. The 'knocked-down' Tiger was flown to Butterworth in USAF C-5A 68-0214. The F-5s was assembled by Northrop personnel, and test flown before hand-over to the RMAF - March 18, 1975 Officiating the stablishment of No 12 Skuadron by AVM Dato' Sulaiman Sujak (Note the 2 tiger cubs)- Butterworth 31 Mei 1975

Rare View of 'air-freighted' F-5E in standard Silver paint scheme) on delivery to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Base Butterworth in 1975. The 'knocked-down' Tiger was flown to Butterworth in USAF C-5A 68-0214. The F-5s was assembled by Northrop personnel, and test flown before hand-over to the RMAF - March 18, 1975 Officiating the stablishment of No 12 Skuadron by AVM Dato' Sulaiman Sujak (Note the 2 tiger cubs)- Butterworth 31 Mei 1975

https://flic.kr/p/ShXCH6 | BAe Hawk mk.108, Royal Malaysian Air Force | RMAF Butterworth

https://flic.kr/p/ShXCH6 | BAe Hawk mk.108, Royal Malaysian Air Force | RMAF Butterworth

https://flic.kr/p/SYyfDu | McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Hornet | Royal Malaysian Air Force

https://flic.kr/p/SYyfDu | McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Hornet | Royal Malaysian Air Force

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