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Transcript: Service Awards 5 YEARS IRENE ANAK TUGA Date hired: 1/1/2013 Dept: Production 2: Liquid (P2LQP) MUHAMMAD ASMADI ABDUL TALIB Date hired: 8/1/2013 Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) MOHAMAD REZUAN ROSLI Date hired: 5/2/2013 Dept: Process Engineering Department MOHD HISYAM RAZALI Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) Date hired: 13/2/2013 Date hired: 1/3/2013 MOHD SAIFUL AMIRRUL YAHAYA Dept: Production 2: Liquid (P2LQP) Date hired: 11/3/2013 NOR NEKMAN AMAT Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) Date hired: 26/3/2013 MOHD YUSOF SAMSURI Dept: Warehouse Material (WHDM) Dept: Warehouse Finished Goods (WHDFG) NEZAL MAMAT Date hired: 1/4/2013 Dept: Purchasing (PUR) SALINAH SALIM Date hired: 8/4/2013 Date joined: 8/4/2013 NUR BAIZURA MOHD YUSUF Dept: Production Planning Deparment (PPD) Dept: Production 3: Packing (P3P) MOHD SAFUAN ABU BAKAR Date hired: 15/4/2013 Date hired: 8/5/2013 NOORASWANNA ARIFIN Dept: Quality Assurance (QA) Dept: Marketing Department EDWARD LIEW FUI PING Date joine: 6/6/2013 Date hired: 7/6/2013 SHAHRULLAZI AHMAD Dept: Administration & Human Resources (AHR) Date hired: 7/6/2013 KHAIROL IBRAHIM Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) 17/6/2013 LIU SHEAU MEANG Dept: Factory Administration (FACAD) Dept: Purchasing (PUR) JULIANA ZAINAL ABIDIN Date Hired: 9/7/2013 Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) MOHD ZULKIFLI MAHUSSIN Date Hired: 9/7/2013 Date hired: 24/7/2013 WONG KWAI SHIEN Dept: Production Planning Department (PPD) Date hired: 24/7/2013 SYAIFUL ASMA ARSHAD Dept: Warehouse Material (WHDM) Date hired: 18/9/2013 TEE KIAN MENG Dept: Process Engineering (PED) Dept: Production 2: Liquid (P2LQP) NORATIKAH MAT SORI Date hired: 20/9/2013 Date hired: 23/9/2013 MUHAMMAD FIRDAUS IBRAHIM Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) Date hired: 23/9/2013 MOHD FAREZ AMIN Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) Date hired: 1/10/2013 LIM YAN LONG Dept: Management Information System (MISD) Date hired: 2/10/2013 MUHAMAD FAIZ HASSAN Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) 1/11/2013 JESSICA ONG ZHEN FANG Dept: Finance (FIN) Date hired: 6/11/2013 MOHD ZULKIPLI MOHAMAD Dept: Quality Assurance Date hired: 7/11/2013 JAMALUDDIN ALI Process Engineering Department Date hired: 11/11/2013 TUAN MOHAMAD ALINY TUAN ARIA Dept: Production 1: Sulfonation (P1S) Date hired: 27/11/2013 NOR AZLIMEN BIN IDRIS Dept: Production 2: Liquid (P2LQP) 19/12/2013 SYUKUR ISMAIL Dept: Production 3: Packing (P3P) 10 YEARS ABD RAZAK KASSIM Date hired: 15/1/2008 Dept: Administration & Human Resources (AHR) NOORAZLIN NASIR Date hired: 9/4/2008 Dept: Factory Administration (FACAD) RODZAINE SALEH Date hired: 7/5/2008 Dept: Quality Assurance (QA) RAIHAN RAHWI Date hired: 26/5/2008 Dept: Warehouse Material (WHDM) AZHARUDDIN HASSAN Date hired: 16/6/2008 Dept: Warehouse Material (WHDM) NORHALIZA JAMIEN Date hired: 25/6/2008 Dept: Purchasing (PUR) UBON ANAK MANGGIS Date hired: 10/7/2008 Dept: Administration and Human Resources (AHR) NORIZAN MOHD BASAR Date hired: 3/9/2008 Dept: Process Engineering (PED) MUHAMMAD SYAHIR YAHAYA Date hired: 6/10/2008 Dept: Production 3: Packing (P3P) NIK TARMIZI NIK ABDULLAH Date hired: 5/11/2008 Dept: Production 3: Packing (P3P) GOH CHENG LOOI Date hired: 4/12/2008 Dept: Marketing 15 YEARS HASBULLAH SHA'RI Date hired: 14/4/2003 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) MOHD NAZRUL OMAR Date hired: 16/9/2003 Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) 20 YEARS HANAFI BIN ROSAK Date hired: 7/2/1998 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) MAHADI ISMAIL Date hired: 10/6/1998 Dept: Production 1: Sulfonation (P1S) MOHD HAZLEE ABDUL RAHIM Date hired: 16/7/1998 Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) SUYUDDIN AKMAL SAJARARI Date hired: 14/7/1998 Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) SANI MOHD SHARIFF Date hired: 24/8/1998 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) MOHD NASIR AWANG Date hired: 5/10/1998 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) ZULIADI ABDULLAH Date hired: 24/10/1998 Dept: Production 1: Drying (P1D) JAMALUDDIN ISMAIL Date hired: 16/12/1998 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) 25 YEARS HASMAH OTHMAN Date hired: 1/4/1993 Dept: Production 2: GMP (P2GMP) ARENAWATI ABDULLAH Date hired: 1/4/1993 Dept: Production 2: Liquid (P2LQP) MOHD SHAMLY MAT OMAR Date hired: 2/4/1993 Dept: Warehouse Material (WHDM) MONALIZA MOHYA Date hired: 5/4/1993 Dept: Production 3: Packaging (P3P) ZALINA ABIDIN Date hired: 2/6/1993 Dept: Product Development (PDD) SIEW MUN YIT Date hired: 16/8/1993 Dept: Marketing (MPC) MOKMINAH ABDULLAH Date hired: 1/11/1993 Dept: Production Planning (PPD)

Army Presentation

Transcript: 1802- First US Military Academy established at West Point, NY First Conscription Acts passed during Civil War: 1862- South issued a draft notice 1863- North initiated draft 1864- Ulysses S Grant- Becomes the first man to hold the rank of General of the Army. July 12, 1862: The Medal of Honor was established by a Congressional act Mission: TRADOC develops the Army's Soldiers and Civilian leaders and designs, develops and integrates capabilities, concepts and doctrine in order to build a campaign-capable, expeditionary Army in support of joint warfighting capability through Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) TRADOC priorities Leader development Initial military training Concepts and capabilities integration Human capital enterprise Army training and learning concept Doctrine Four Primary Functions 1)Recruit and train Soldiers, and support unit training 2)Develop adaptive leaders - both Solider and Civilian 3)Guide the Army through Doctrine 4)Shape the Army by building and integrating formations, capabilities, and material Red phase schedule: Recruits arrive for general orientation and are given haircuts and issued Army uniforms. Basic Tactical training begins followed by Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense, Landmine Defense and rappelling at the confidence tower. Recruits learn about Army heritage and the Seven Army Core Values Recruits undergo the Army Physical Fitness Test to help determine their physical aptitude. This test is routinely administered to Soldiers throughout their enlistment periods to ensure their top physical condition. White Phase Schedule: Tactical Foot March, Basic Rifle Marksmanship Engagement Skills and Situational Training Exercises Field Training Exercises, Confidence Obstacle Course and the Tactical Foot March Blue Phase Schedule: U.S. Weapons Training (.50 Caliber M2), (Hand Grenades), (M136 AT-4), (M240B Machine Gun), (M249 Machine Gun) Field Training Exercise 3 Tactical Foot March 10KM and 15KM EDUCATION What kind of training comes after basic? How good are your military job-training schools? What are all the ways a service member can earn college credits during enlistment? What are your tuition support programs? How does an entrant qualify for them? Tanks and Fighting Vehicles AAI RQ-7 Shadow 200 Catapult launched 9 hour endurance Up to 15,000 ft. Army Values 8 Centers of Excellence Source: Organizational Structure Source: Education Pathways Basic Combat Training Advanced Individual Training - military occupational specialties (MOS) Additional Skill Identifier Specialized Schools for Language, Leadership, etc In-Group Collectivism: Army’s enduring emphasis on teamwork. Mission Command CoE Intelligence CoE Signal CoE Aviation CoE Maneuver CoE Fires CoE Maneuver Support CoE Sustainment CoE Army has difficulty changing its culture to one fostering innovation. Causes? Hierarchically oriented command ethos, which encourages centralization and conversely discourages low-level initiative or innovation even when senior commanders have stressed the need for them Does Army culture resist change? Recruitment Source: Army Culture Initial Military Training Source: Sources: Boeing CH-47 Chinook: Heavy Transport 164 MPH Move troops and resources Emergency Management Medevac Search and Rescue Firefighting Equipment National Security Act 1947 Vehicles Key Dates of the 20th Century Established 1 July 1973 Headquartered at Fort Eustis, Virginia 33 Schools with a student body that includes 434,424 soldiers; 34,675 other-service personnel; 7,824 international soldiers; and 26,241 civilians "Created to transform the Vietnam-Era Army into the Best Trained, Led Organzied and Equipped Lang Power in the World" AeroVironment RQ-11A Raven Hand launched Line of Sight observation Over 3000 deployed General Dynamics Stryker: Combat and Transport Anti-Tank missiles Command Vehicle Engineer Squad Infantry Carrier Fire Support MedEvac Mobile Gun System Mortar Carrier NBC Recon RECON Bell OH-58 Kiowa Warrior: Scout Cruise speed up to 128 MPH Hellfire and anti-tank missiles .50 caliber machine gun Hydra 70 rockets Tanks and Fighting Vehicles Vehicles Rotary Wing Aircraft Source: Sources: Source: Centers of Excellence Origins of the Army BAE M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) Amphibious battle tank Up to 41 MPH on land Up to almost 4.5 MPH in water Vehicles Rotary Wing Aircraft Other Support Vehicles

ARMY presentation

Transcript: About The British cavalry would ride on horses and guard the side or the boarders of the army. They did that so they could tell the general which direction the continental was coming from so he could tell them to turn or get ready. What they wore The British cavalry would wear the same red coats as the British and carry swords instead of muskets. There were many different types of handles but these were the two most popular. About what they wore The British artillery wore the same red coats as all the other British did. Most wore less saggy clothes so they wouldn’t wear fringes. That made it so their clothes didn’t catch on fire. This is a picture of soldiers getting a canon ready to fire. About The British Infantry was the soldiers in the front with the muskets. They have first shot at the continental. These are pictures of muskets the infantry would use. what they wore The British Infantry would wear the same red coats as all the other British soldiers. They would also carry their muskets with them . The musket would have a clip to put British black flint in so when they pulled the trigger it would snap shut and makes a spark catching the gun powder on fire causing the musket ball to shoot out. Army words Barrel: The long metal tube on a gun through which a projectile is fired Bayonet: A metal like blade, a long knife or short sword, that could be attached to the end of a musket or rifle-musket and used as a spear or pike in hand-to-hand combat. Caliber: The distance around the inside of a gun barrel measured in thousands of an inch. Bullets are labeled by what caliber gun they fit. Company: A group of 50 to 100 soldiers led by a captain. 10 companies = 1 regiment, about 4 regiments = 1 brigade, 2 to 5 brigades = 1 division, 2 or more divisions = 1 corps, 1 or more corps = 1 army. Garrison: A group of soldiers stationed at a military post. Goober Pea: A term common in the South meaning peanut. Infantry: A branch of the military in which soldiers traveled and fought on foot Musket: A smoothbore firearm fired from the shoulder. Thrust from exploding powder shoots the bullet forward like a chest pass in basketball. Private: The lowest rank in the army. Rebel: Loyal to the Confederate States. Recruits: New soldiers Rout: A crushing defeat where, often, the losers run from the field Sentry: A soldier standing guard The End artillery The artillery would walk behind the infantry shooting and dragging canons. They would have to be good at math. They had to figure out how much gun powder to put in the canon so it would go far enough, what angle to put it at so it wouldn’t take out the infantry in front of them . In all it was a tough job. Infantry cavalry Army presentation

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