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Japan JSDF ''Jieitai'' and Police/Coast Guard Gallery and Discussion

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Author: HangPC2       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 22-6-2007 11:40 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by alphawolf at 20-6-2007 08:42 AM
Basically perlembagaan mereka mengharamkan mereka mempunyai angkatan tentera. Artikel 9 mengatakan "land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained"
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OOoo macamtu yer.. Mekasih bebanyak... Baru aku faham...
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 Author| Post time 23-6-2007 10:21 PM | Show all posts
The Defense Agency has become the "Ministry of Defense" on January 9 2007.




Today, the Defense Agency has become the "Ministry of Defense."
I have been officially appointed as the first Defense Minister. I will supervise the Self-Defense Forces as the competent minister for national defense under Prime Minister Abe, the supreme commander in chief.


http://www.mod.go.jp

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 Author| Post time 28-6-2007 11:43 AM | Show all posts
Japanese Army Current Issue Camo Uniform


Standard BDU (Shinmeisai)




Paratrooper BDU




Tank BDU (Kikou-Fuku)




Gore-tex Parka




Air Crew Uniform




Field Jacket (Gaihi)

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Japanese Army Current Issue Headgear


Japanese Army Current issue Standard Cap






Japanese Army Current issue Boonie hat






Japanese Army Current issue Beret




Japanese Army Kevlar Helmet









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Japanese Army Current Issue Equipment


Japanese Army Current issue Body Armor






Japanese Army Current issue Web Gear




Chest Rig






Recon Vest




Disaster Rescue Vest

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Post time 5-7-2007 09:36 AM | Show all posts

Yeehhaaaaaa



Japan's New Defense Chief Takes Office
Wed Jul 4, 2007 6:27 AM EDT
world-news, japan, bomb, comment
Mari Yamaguchi, AP Writer

Yuriko Koike, newly appointed Japan's defense minister, speaks to reporters at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo Tuesday, July 3, 2007. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe chose hawkish Koike to succeed Defense Minister Fumio Kyuma, who resigned earlier in the day over his comments suggesting the 1945 atomic bombings Hiroshima and Nagasaki were inevitable. (AP Photo/Koichi Kamoshida, Pool)

TOKYO
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Post time 22-7-2007 05:21 AM | Show all posts

JSDF

Originally posted by HangPC2 at 19-7-2007 11:34 AM



paytutnya belajar dari jepun konsep SELF DEFENCE FORCE


jepun self defence force??????
wtf.... jepun sendiri takde tentera. self defence pekebende nakn belajar, belajar buat kata karate..
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Post time 22-7-2007 09:04 AM | Show all posts

Reply #482 abangbikerz's post

Bang, Self-Defence Force tu nama saja....
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Post time 22-7-2007 11:23 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by abangbikerz at 22-7-2007 05:21 AM


jepun self defence force??????
wtf.... jepun sendiri takde tentera. self defence pekebende nakn belajar, belajar buat kata karate..


Wei....tengok kiri kanan dulu sebelum bercakap......jgn main ikut sedap mulut je...

Klu jepun x de tentera, JSDF tuh mende? klakar la lu.....
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Post time 22-7-2007 02:54 PM | Show all posts

Reply #486 tangopapa's post

cuba selidik bebetul jsdf tu ape kerje die, pastu sebab ape ratus ribu us forces based in japan.....
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Post time 22-7-2007 02:59 PM | Show all posts

Reply #489 abangbikerz's post

Tu sebab Perlembagaan Jepun brader.....ini pun sekarang nama Ministry Of Defence dah pakai balik. Satu lagi kat Korea Selatan pun ada beratus ribu askar US.....depa ada jugak Armed Forces.
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Post time 22-7-2007 03:33 PM | Show all posts

Reply #489 abangbikerz's post

err..abg moto..JSDF tu still angkatan bersenjata tapi nama jer lain....




http://forum3.cari.com.my/viewthread.php?tid=234054&extra=page%3D4
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Post time 22-7-2007 03:55 PM | Show all posts
Japan Self-Defense Forces
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from Japan Self Defence Force)Japan Self-Defense Forces

The Japan Self-Defense Forces (自衛隊 Jieitai?), or JSDF, are the military forces in Japan that were established after the end of World War II. The force has not been engaged in real combat but has been engaged in some international peacekeeping operations.[1] Recent tensions, particularly with North Korea[2] and China,[3] have reignited the debate over the status of the SDF and its relation to society.[4]

Personnel and organization

The JSDF numbered 239,430 in 2005 with 147,737 in the Ground Self-Defense Force, 44,327 in the Maritime Self-Defense Force, 45,517 in the Air Self-Defense Force, and 1,849 in the Joint Staff Office. Reserves numbered 57,899.[5]

Japanese sailors stand in ranks alongside the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) training vessel JDS Kashima (TV 3508) in Pearl Harbor.

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Chain of Command

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Operational
Prime Minister of Japan
Minister of Defense
Senior Vice-Minister of Defense
Chief of Staff of the Joint Staff Office

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Administrative
Minister of Defense
Senior Vice-Minister of Defense
Branch Chiefs of Staff

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Military branches
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army)
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (Navy)
Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Air Force)

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Military units
Five armies,
Five maritime districts, and
Three air defense forces.

Based on the Self-Defense Forces Law of 1954, the nation's defense establishment is organized to ensure civilian control of the armed forces. The result has been a unique military system. All SDF personnel are technically civilians: those in uniform are classified as special civil servants and are subordinate to the ordinary civil servants who run the Ministry of Defense. There are no military secrets, military laws, or offenses committed by military personnel; whether on-base or off-base, on-duty or off-duty, of a military or non-military nature, are all adjudicated under normal procedures by civil courts in appropriate jurisdictions.

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Defense policy
See also: National security of Japan

Japan's Basic Policy for National Defense stipulates the following policies:[6]
Maintaining an exclusive defense oriented policy.
To avoid becoming a major military power that might pose a threat to the world.
Refraining from the development of nuclear weapons, and to refuse to allow nuclear weapons inside Japanese territory.
Ensuring civilian control of the military.
Maintaining security arrangements with the United States.
Building up defensive capabilities within moderate limits.

Japan's USD $44.3 billion/year budget makes it the fifth largest military spender in the world, after the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and France. About 50% of that is spent on the personnel and the rest is split on supplies, new weapons, upgrades, etc. [7] Reflecting a tension concerning the Forces' legal status, the Japanese term 軍 (pronunciation: gun), referring to a military or armed force, and the English terms "military", "army", "navy", and "air force" are never used in official references to the JSDF.

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Article 9

In theory, Japan's rearmament is thoroughly prohibited by Article 9 of the Japanese constitution which not only states, "The Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes", but also declares, "land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained." In practice, however, the Diet (or Parliament) which Article 41 of the Constitution defines as "the highest organ of the state power", established the Self-Defense Forces in 1954. Due to such a constitutional tension concerning the Forces' status, any attempt at enhancing the Forces' capabilities and budget tends to be politically controversial. Thus the JSDF has very limited capabilities to operate overseas, lacks long range offensive capabilities such as long-range surface-to-surface missiles, air-refueling (as of 2004), marines, amphibious units, or large caches of ammunitions. The Rules of Engagement are strictly defined by the Self-Defence Forces Act 1954.

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Recent reforms and developments

After North Korea test fired a Taepodong-1 ballistic missile over Japanese airspace[8] in August 1998, subsequent North Korean tests[9] as well as other issues contributing to rising tensions between the two countries[10] have led to increased interest in Japan for a ballistic missile defense (BMD) system. Japan is in the process of deploying a multi-tiered BMD system comprised of upgraded Aegis vessels and Patriot PAC-3 missiles. Legislation that would allow authorities to authorize shooting down an incoming ballistic missile without first consulting the Diet is also being considered. In December 2004, Japan and the United States signed a memorandum of understanding creating a general cooperation framework for joint development of a sea-based BMD system.[6]

In November 2005, constitutional revisions were proposed which would create a cabinet level Defense Ministry while keeping the old clauses mandating official pacifism. Under the proposed revisions, the JSDF would also be formally referred to as a military force for the first time since its establishment. The new wording proposed is "In order to secure peace and the independence of our country as well as the security of the state and the people, military forces for self-defense shall be maintained with the prime minister of the cabinet as the supreme commander." The amendment is gaining more and more public support in recent years. [11] On June 8 2006, the Japanese cabinet endorsed a bill elevating the Defense Agency to Defense Ministry. This was passed by the Diet in December 2006.[12]

Japan has also deepened its security and military ties with Australia and its leaders are talking about the formation of a military pact in Asia similar to NATO. [13]


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_Self_Defence_Force


hehehe...
betul tentera US ada kat jepun....
kat korea pun ada gak...so??
kalau gitu korea tak ada gak tentera ler bro..
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Post time 22-7-2007 06:00 PM | Show all posts

Reply #492 abangbikerz's post

tak payah lah ko cari orang yg pernah dok jepun kat cni, sebab klu ko jumpa pun blum tentu dia tau JSDF tu menatang apa......

Japan Self Defend Force tertubuh sebagai salah satu syarat perjanjian menyerah diri selepasa nagasaki di bom atom kan....mereka juga tidak dibenarkan mempunyai angkatan tentera yang berupaya menyerang mana2 negara kecuali untuk mempertahankan diri.....

So, x payahlah argue pasal jepun kat thread nih sebab dah menyimpang jauh...

Washi mushi koizimas.....

[ Last edited by  tangopapa at 22-7-2007 06:02 PM ]
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Post time 22-7-2007 07:03 PM | Show all posts

Reply #494 tangopapa's post

wallahualam lah. tapi aku tau ni pasal abang aku yg cite, die dah 6 stgh taun duk tokyo, mungkin die pun tesilap boleh jadi, menurut critenye jepun memang xde tentera sejak kena bom dulu,  askar as yg jaga jepun, jsdf tu hanya pertahanan kecil sahaja. korea selatan ade us forces baru2 ni aje, sebab krisis nuklear korea utara. sememangnye jepun as yg kawal sejak ww2 lagi dari semua aspek pertahanan, nak buat senjata pun xleh. tu sebab aku tanya ade sesape penah duduk jepun . mungkin boleh kongsi ilmu. kalo setakat baca artikel dari manaentah kurang kepercayannnye.
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Post time 22-7-2007 07:17 PM | Show all posts

Reply #495 abangbikerz's post

  patut ler otromen berjuang untuk keamanan manusia sejagat setiap minggu...
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Post time 22-7-2007 07:24 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by abangbikerz at 22-7-2007 07:03 PM
korea selatan ade us forces baru2 ni aje,


setau aku US ada kat korea tuh sejak perang korea lagik... 1950an
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Post time 22-7-2007 08:09 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by standupper at 22-7-2007 07:17 PM
  patut ler otromen berjuang untuk keamanan manusia sejagat setiap minggu...


Patut jenuh Hayata dan Monster Attack Team (MAT) bermatian menentang raksaksa menyerang Tokyo...ropenya awak takde askar...
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Post time 22-7-2007 09:11 PM | Show all posts

Reply #498 areguard's post

Jangan lupa GODZILLA THE GREAT.....
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