MUKA DEPAN
12 UBAT(AW)
MUKA DEPAN
KEANGGOTAAN
AKTIVITI
WEB ALBUM
CARIAN
KERATAN AKHBAR
HUBUNGI KAMI
Login





Katalaluan hilang?
paparan

12 Kompeni Medan Perubatan (AW)
USM Kampus Kesihatan
Kubang Kerian
16150 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 09-7663000/7663500
Ext: 3081/3930/3929
Fax: 09-7658141


Sesuai untuk
Mozilla Firefox 1.5+
MS IE 5.5+/
Nescape 7.0+,
Resolution 1280x1024


THE ART OF WAR:-VI. Weak Points and Strong
Ditulis Oleh Administrator   

The Art of War Image

By Sun Tzu

Translated by: Lionel Giles 

VI. Weak Points and Strong

1. Sun Tzu said: Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; whoever is second in the field and has to hasten to battle will arrive exhausted.

2. Therefore the clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy, but does not allow the enemy's will to be imposed on him.

3. By holding out advantages to him, he can cause the enemy to approach of his own accord; or, by inflicting damage, he can make it impossible for the enemy to draw near.

4. If the enemy is taking his ease, he can harass him; if well supplied with food, he can starve him out; if quietly encamped, he can force him to move.

5. Appear at points which the enemy must hasten to defend; march swiftly to places where you are not expected.

6. An army may march great distances without distress, if it marches through country where the enemy is not.

7. You can be sure of succeeding in your attacks if you only attack places which are undefended.You can ensure the safety of your defense if you only hold positions that cannot be attacked.

Image8. Hence that general is skillful in attack whose opponent does not know what to defend; and he is skillful in defense whose opponent does not know what to attack.

9. O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible; and hence we can hold the enemy's fate in our hands.

10. You may advance and be absolutely irresistible, if you make for the enemy's weak points; you may retire and be safe from pursuit if your movements are more rapid than those of the enemy.

11. If we wish to fight, the enemy can be forced to an engagement even though he be sheltered behind a high rampart and a deep ditch. All we need do is attack some other place that he will be obliged to relieve.

12. If we do not wish to fight, we can prevent the enemy from engaging us even though the lines of our encampment be merely traced out on the ground. All we need do is to throw something odd and unaccountable in his way.

13. By discovering the enemy's dispositions and remaining invisible ourselves, we can keep our forces concentrated, while the enemy's must be divided.

14. We can form a single united body, while the enemy must split up into fractions. Hence there will be a whole pitted against separate parts of a whole, which means that we shall be many to the enemy's few.

15. And if we are able thus to attack an inferior force with a superior one, our opponents will be in dire straits.

16. The spot where we intend to fight must not be made known; for then the enemy will have to prepare against a possible attack at several different points; and his forces being thus distributed in many directions, the numbers we shall have to face at any given point will be proportionately few.

Image17. For should the enemy strengthen his van, he will weaken his rear; should he strengthen his rear, he will weaken his van; should he strengthen his left, he will weaken his right; should he strengthen his right, he will weaken his left. If he sends reinforcements everywhere, he will everywhere be weak.

18. Numerical weakness comes from having to prepare against possible attacks; numerical strength, from compelling our adversary to make these preparations against us.

19. Knowing the place and the time of the coming battle, we may concentrate from the greatest distances in order to fight.

20. But if neither time nor place be known, then the left wing will be impotent to succor the right, the right equally impotent to succor the left, the van unable to relieve the rear, or the rear to support the van. How much more so if the furthest portions of the army are anything under a hundred LI apart, and even the nearest are separated by several LI!

21. Though according to my estimate the soldiers of Yueh exceed our own in number, that shall advantage them nothing in the matter of victory. I say then that victory can be achieved.

22. Though the enemy be stronger in numbers, we may prevent him from fighting. Scheme so as to discover his plans and the likelihood of their success.

23. Rouse him, and learn the principle of his activity or inactivity. Force him to reveal himself, so as to find out his vulnerable spots.

24. Carefully compare the opposing army with your own, so that you may know where strength is superabundant and where it is deficient.

Image25. In making tactical dispositions, the highest pitch you can attain is to conceal them; conceal your dispositions, and you will be safe from the prying of the subtlest spies, from the machinations of the wisest brains.

26. How victory may be produced for them out of the enemy's own tactics--that is what the multitude cannot comprehend.

27. All men can see the tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved.

28. Do not repeat the tactics which have gained you one victory, but let your methods be regulated by the infinite variety of circumstances.

29. Military tactics are like unto water; for water in its natural course runs away from high places and hastens downwards.

30. So in war, the way is to avoid what is strong and to strike at what is weak.

31. Water shapes its course according to the nature of the ground over which it flows; the soldier works out his victory in relation to the foe whom he is facing.

32. Therefore, just as water retains no constant shape, so in warfare there are no constant conditions.

33. He who can modify his tactics in relation to his opponent and thereby succeed in winning, may be called a heaven-born captain.

34. The five elements (water, fire, wood, metal, earth) are not always equally predominant; the four seasons make way for each other in turn. There are short days and long; the moon has its periods of waning and waxing.

 
THE ART OF WAR - V. Energy
Ditulis Oleh Administrator   

The Art of War

By Sun Tzu

Translated by Lionel Giles

V. Energy

1. Sun Tzu said: The control of a large force is the same principle as the control of a few men: it is merely a question of dividing up their numbers.

2. Fighting with a large army under your command is nowise different from fighting with a small one: it is merely a question of instituting signs and signals.

3. To ensure that your whole host may withstand the brunt of the enemy's attack and remain unshaken-- this is effected by maneuvers direct and indirect.

4. That the impact of your army may be like a grindstone dashed against an egg--this is effected by the science of weak points and strong.

5. In all fighting, the direct method may be used for joining battle, but indirect methods will be needed in order to secure victory.

Keseluruhan artikel...
 
Profile Panglima Medan Tentera Darat: Leftenan Jeneral Dato' Zulkifeli Mohd Zin
Ditulis Oleh Administrator   

ImageProfile Panglima Medan Tentera Darat: Leftenan Jeneral Dato'  Zulkifeli Mohd Zin

Sumber: BTDM Januari 2007

Dilahirkan di Pasir Mas, Kelantan pada 14 Jun 54. Lt Jen Dato’ Zulkifeli Mohd Zin menamatkan latihan Kadet di SANDHURST pada tahun 74. Ditauliahkan sebagai Leftenan Muda di dalam Rejimen Ke-2 Askar Melayu Diraja (RAMD) selaku Ketua Platun pada 09 0gos 74. Beliau telah menjawat pelbagai jawatan di peringkat batalion mulai daripada Ketua Platun hingga ke Pegawai Memerintah, Lt Jen Dato’ Zulkifeli telah menjawat beberapa jawatan Staf di Markas Tentera Darat (MKTD) dan juga di Institusi Latihan termasuk Pegawai Staf Jurulatih Muslihat di Pusat Latihan Tentera Darat di Johor Bahru. Beliau pernah bertugas selaku Pengarah Infantri di MK TD pada 1999 hingga 2000. Beliau juga pernah menjawat jawatan Juruarah di Maktab Turus Angkatan Tentera pada 97. Semasa berpangkat Kolonel beliau telah menjawat jawatan Komandan Pusat Latihan Tempur Tentera Darat (PULADA) dan Kol Sumber di MK TD. Lt Jen Dato’ Zulkifeli adalah lulusan dari Maktab Turus Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (MTAT) dan Maktab Pertahanan Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (MPAT). Dinaikkan Brigedier Jeneral pada tahun 02 dan menjawat jawatan Asisten Panglima di Bahagian Perkhidmatan Simpanan (BPS).

Beliau juga menjawat jawatan Panglima 8 Briged Infantri dari tahun 03 hingga 04 di Kelantan. Beliau telah dinaikkan ke pangkat Mejar Jeneral dan seterusnya diberi kepercayaan oleh tampuk pemerintahan Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM) untuk menerajui Misi Tim Pemantau Antarabangsa - Mindanao sebagai Komander Tim Pemantau pada 09 Okt 04 hingga 31 Ogos 05. Setelah selesai melaksanakan Misi Permerhati selama lebih kurang setahun dan seterusnya menjawat jawatan Panglima Ke- 3 Divisyen Infantri yang ke-18 mulai 17 Okt 05 sehingga 01 Feb 07. Pada tarikh 01 Feb 07 beliau dinaikkan pangkat ke Leftenan Jeneral dan seterusnya pada 05 Feb 07 menjawat jawatan sebagai Panglima Medan Tentera Darat dengan secara rasminya.

Keseluruhan artikel...
 
Profile Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat Leftenan Jeneral Dato' Masood Hj. Zainal Abidin
Ditulis Oleh Administrator   

ImageProfile Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat Leftenan Jeneral Dato' Masood Hj. Zainal Abidin

Sumber: BTDM Januari 2007 

Lt Jen Dato’ Masood Hj Zainal Abidin dilahirkan pada 21 Sep 1952 di Segamat, Johor. Beliau mendapat pendidikan awal sekolah rendah di negeri tersebut dan menamatkan pendidikan di Sekolah Menengah King Edward, Taiping, Perak. Beliau mendapat latihan asas ketenteraan di Maktab Tentera Diraja Sungai Besi mulai 01 Dis 1972 dan seterusnya ditauliahkan sebagai Lt Muda di dalam Kor Rejimen Askar Melayu Diraja (RAMD) pada 15 Mei 1975. Antara jawatan-jawatan rejimental yang pernah disandang oleh beliau adalah sebagai Ketua Platun, Pegawai Risik Pasukan, Ajutan 3 RAMD dan Ketua Kompeni 18 RAMD serta Pegawai Memerintah 17 RAMD Para. Antara perjawatan lain yang pernah disandang oleh beliau ialah sebagai Pegawai Staf 3 Tadbir dan PS 2 RAMD A di KEMENTAH, Juruarah di PULADA, Ketua Cawangan Gerak di Pusat Olah Peperangan TD, PS 1 Infrastruktur di Jabatan Arah PUTD, Timbalan Panglima 10 Bgd, Pengarah Kor Polis Tentera Diraja, Panglima 10 Bgd Para, Panglima 4 Div, Panglima Medan TD dan kini menjawat jawatan Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat pada 31 Jan 2007.

Di sepanjang penglibatan beliau di dalam Angkatan Tentera Malaysia selama hampir 32 tahun, beliau telah diberi peluang menghadiri beberapa kursus di luar negara diantaranya Kursus Grade Staff and Tactic di New Zealand, ARMOUR Commander di Puck punyiil Australia Army Staff Course (Dev Tech) di RMCS UK, Army Command and Staff College di Camberly UK, International Senior Officer, Amphibious di San Diego USA, Joint Service Staff College di Australia, Initiative in Conflict Management Planning for Civil Military Cooperation di Harvard University UK. Di samping itu juga beliau telah terpilih untuk menghadiri Kursus Kepimpinan dan Pengurusan Tertinggi (JUSA) dan Organisation Management di INTAN. Dalam bidang akademik pula, beliau memperoleh Diploma in Strategic Studies dari University Canberra Australia pada tahun 1996.

Keseluruhan artikel...
 
Profile Panglima Tentera Darat ke-22, Jeneral Datuk Muhamad Ismail Hj. Jamaludidn
Ditulis Oleh Administrator   

Image Profile Panglima Tentera Darat ke-22, Jeneral Datuk Muhamad Ismail Hj. Jamaludidn

Sumber: BTDM Januari 2007 

Jen Datuk Muhammad Ismail Hj Jamaluddin telah dilantik sebagai Panglima Tentera Darat (PTD) mulai 01 Feb 07. Sebelum memegang jawatan PTD Jen Datuk Muhammad Ismail merupakan Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat. Beliau dilahirkan pada 21 Sep 52 di Johor Bahru, Johor. Beliau menjalani Latihan Pegawai Kadet di Maktab Tentera Diraja, Sungai Besi pada 09 Jun 70 dan ditauliahkan sebagai Leftenan Muda di Batalion Ke-8 Rejimen Askar Melayu Diraja (RAMD) pada 16 Apr 71. Jen Datuk Muhammad Ismail telah memegang beberapa jawatan penting di sepanjang perkhidmatan beliau dengan cemerlang. Di peringkat batalion, beliau telah berkhidmat sebagai Ketua Platun, Ketua Kompeni dan Pegawai Memerintah di samping beberapa jawatan staf. Beliau juga memegang jawatan staf di Markas Tentera Darat (MK TD), Markas Latihan dan di peringkat formasi. Semasa di MK TD, beliau telah memegang jawatan Pegawai Staf 2 Rancang dan kemudiannya sebagai Pegawai Staf yang bertanggungjawab darihal peralatan di Jabatan Arah Infantri. Seterusnya beliau telah menjawat sebagai Kolonel Alat dan kemudiannya sebagai Kolonel Inspektorat di MK TD sebelum dinaikkan pangkat ke Brigedier Jeneral. Di pusat pusat latihan beliau pernah berkhidmat sebagai Jurulatih Kanan di Sekolah Pegawai Kadet, Staf Juruarah di Cawangan Pengurusan, IPDA dan Komandan Maktab Turus Angkatan Tentera. Di peringkat formasi beliau memegang jawatan Pegawai Staf 1 Operasi dan Latih di Markas 3 Divisyen. Jen Datuk Muhammad Ismail telah dilantik sebagai Panglima 10 Briged Para mulai 1 Jan 99 hingga 2 Jan 2000, serta sebagai Panglima 3 Divisyen Infantri mulai 18 Ogos 03 hingga 28 Mei 04. Beliau juga telah memegang jawatan Assisten Ketua Staf Perancang Pertahanan, Markas Angkatan Tentera Malaysia mulai 29 Mei 04 hingga 25 Jan 05. Jen


Keseluruhan artikel...
 
<< Awal < Sebelumnya 1 2 3 Berikutnya > Akhir >>

Hasil 1 - 9 dari 19