Pasukan Simpanan Sukarela Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia (9 September, 2012)
Pasukan Simpanan Sukarela TLDM is the Volunteer Reserved Unit of the Royal Malaysian Navy, stationed in Gelugor, Penang. It is the second line of naval defence for the country.
The Royal Malaysian Navy traces its history to the aftermath of the Second World War, when it was founded as the Malayan Naval Forces. It was renamed the Royal Malayan Navy in 1952, when it was given the Royal title by Queen Elizabeth II. The navy was renamed the Royal Malaysian Navy when Malaysia was formed in 1963.
The Volunteer Reserved Unit draws its members from the general public, from both the public and private sectors as well as from students in institutions of higher learning. It provides training courses to the recruits. Individuals keen to enrol to the Volunteer Reserved Unit have to be Malaysian citizens aged between 18 and 40, with a body mass index of between 20 and 26.9, and holding at least a Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia certificate.
Pasukan Simpanan Sukarela TLDM
KD Sri Pinang
11700 Gelugor, Penang
Phone: 04-657 5731
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