Pentauliahan KD Hang Tuah F76

Gambar KD Hang Tuah F433 telah banyak dimuat-naik, tapi KDHT F76 tak berapa keping sangat yang ada.

Setelah KD Hang Tuah F433 dilucut tauliah pada 30 Mei 1977, F76 ditauliahkan sebagai KD Hang Tuah, dan belayar balik ke Malaysia pada bulan Ogos tahun yang sama.

Petikan dari: Wikipedia RMN

In April 1977 she was transferred to the Royal Malaysian Navy  and replaced Hang Tuah, the ex-Loch-class  frigate  HMS Loch Insh . Although Mermaid took her predecessor’s name, the Malaysian Navy retained the British pennant number  F76. For a number of years she served as the flagship  of the Royal Malaysian Navy  after joining Rahmat as the two major assets of the Royal Malaysian Navy.

Gambar sempena pentauliahan Frigate kedua RMN KD Hang Tuah F76 yang dilangsungkan di UK pada tahun…

Kiri: XO Lt Cdr Chow, GO Lt Mohd Zain, CO Cdr Tuan Hashim.

Bagaimana gerangan hendak memanggil (address) tiga orang pegawai di atas?

“Tuan Chow…Tuan Mohd Zain…” straight forward, no problem. Tapi kalau kita panggil “Tuan Hashim…” macam tak tunjuk respect pula kan! Makanya, kita harus address beliau sebagai “Tuan Tuan Hashim…”

Aduuuhhh, lagi problem kerana dalam Bahasa Melayu “Tuan tuan” membawa pengertian lebih dari seorang.

Itu masalah yang perlu dihadapi oleh orang bawahan.

Bagaimana pula kalau rating yang memiliki nama serupa? Mestikah seorang pegawai memanggil orang bawahannya dengan nama penuh, “Tuan Hamzah…” umpamanya!

Problem tak berkesudahan.

Upacara pentauliahan dari koleksi gambar GI Razali – sailing crew KD Hang Tuah F76

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7 Responses to Pentauliahan KD Hang Tuah F76

  1. Joewings says:

    KIta panggil je Tetuan; macam Tetuan Karpal Singh and sons….

  2. ex kd rejang says:

    There was a Chinese Radio Operator in RMN whose surname was “Tuan”

    In order to avoid confusion among the sailor – he was called “Peter Tuan”

    The was an army corporal personnel named “Tuan Ahmad” and most of the new staff saluted him…

  3. admin says:

    Yes you reminded me of that Chinese “Tuan” rating. That’s hell of a good memory. No wonder you can still remember some peculiar names “with pleasure”.

  4. zaharin says:

    adakah ini kapal Hang Tuah yang sama

    http://www.naval-history.net/xGM-Chrono-15Fr-Loch-LochInsh.htm

    “HMS LOCH INSH was placed on the Disposal List and sold to the Royal Malayan Navy in 1963. After a very extensive refit at Portsmouth which included change to after the superstructure and the provision of Helicopter landing facilities, the ship was renamed HANG TUAH. She sailed for Malaya on 12th November 1964 and served as the Flagship of the Royal Malaysian Navy until 1971 when she was used as a training ship until withdrawn from service 6 years later.”

    • admin says:

      Tak sama.

      Link yang saudara berikan merujuk kepada KD Hang Tuah ex HMS Loch Insh dengan nombor pennant F433. Kapal ini telah dinyah-tauliahkan pada 30.05.1977, dan nama KD Hang Tuah dipindah kepada ex HMS Mermaid dengan nombor pennant F76.

      Callsign KD Hang Tuah lama, kalau tak silap samada 9 Mike Mike Alpha atau 9 Mike Mike Bravo.

  5. hamzah says:

    Tuan admin gelaran Tuan ini berasal dari negeri Siti Wan Kembang ada kena touching menaching dengan darah orang istana Teringat ketika bersama Tuan Hahsim CO KD Handalan tahun 68 semasa EX dengan Comonwealth Navy di Lautan China Selatan serang punya serang kami sesat in the open sea beliau bertanya pada saya LRRP where are we saya menjawab tuan tanya OX Sub LT NIk Anis, saya agak kita berada di lautan China Selatan saya hanya Radar Plotter, agak CO marah dengan jawapan itu

  6. I worked on her when she was being built.

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