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  • laser51088's Avatar
    1,139 posts since Aug '02
    • Aussies were also not very happy at Singapore leh. . ., esp. when SIA tried to get Ansett and Singtel tried to get Optus almost simultaneously. . .looks to them like a little red dot trying to buy up their country. . .

  • Silenthunter's Avatar
    654 posts since Feb '01
    • IMO.......the spy network of SG (if there is) has to be in tip top secrecy so that it can keep out nosy ppl LIKE US who are so info-savy about stuff that's retricted and can even compromise national security.....

      if this forum is a highly-classified military intranet and we are VIPs having the triple password access to it.....maybe we'll know more stuff....... sadly, it's only public domain...... accessible to any form of tom dick or harry... to land as far as the middle-earth...

      many have said it before and I'll say it again.....loose lip kills lifes...

  • sgboy2004's Avatar
    38,856 posts since Dec '02
    • Originally posted by Silenthunter:
      IMO.......the spy network of SG (if there is) has to be in tip top secrecy so that it can keep out nosy ppl [b]LIKE US who are so info-savy about stuff that's retricted and can even compromise national security.....

      if this forum is a highly-classified military intranet and we are VIPs having the triple password access to it.....maybe we'll know more stuff....... sadly, it's only public domain...... accessible to any form of tom dick or harry... to land as far as the middle-earth...

      many have said it before and I'll say it again.....loose lip kills lifes...[/b]

      so we hav to shut up and talk in silence.

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  • cavsg's Avatar
    779 posts since Oct '02
    • Originally posted by Silenthunter:
      IMO.......the spy network of SG (if there is) has to be in tip top secrecy so that it can keep out nosy ppl [b]LIKE US who are so info-savy about stuff that's retricted and can even compromise national security.....

      if this forum is a highly-classified military intranet and we are VIPs having the triple password access to it.....maybe we'll know more stuff....... sadly, it's only public domain...... accessible to any form of tom dick or harry... to land as far as the middle-earth...

      many have said it before and I'll say it again.....loose lip kills lifes...[/b]

      don't probe too much into the nathan issue, you can't handle the truth!

  • kopiosatu's Avatar
    68,593 posts since Jan '03
    • well, basically if we KNOW abt spies/spy agencies,
      or we can gather information by just exchanging info...

      Singapore is in deep doodoo. Mr. Green

      nuff said

  • chazrt's Avatar
    3 posts since Jan '03
    • If any of u guys were ever posted to intelligence units for NS, you’ll know that there are a few Units that are not officially listed in SAF, they help to form the intelligence backbone of the SAF and in turn SIngapore. There’s more to it than we know.

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    Shotgun's Avatar
    7,238 posts since Jul '00
    • Like our Elite Stealth Gundam Suit Zero-X squadron? Ultimate stealth gundams battlesuits with kick ass stealth capabilites. One of them flew thru the 2 petronas towers and NOBODY IN KL had a clue that it was there at all.

  • paulho's Avatar
    221 posts since Dec '02
    • Originally posted by Shotgun:
      You'll be surprised. President Nathan used to be the Director of SID quite some time ago. 70s to 80s if im not wrong.

      yep! he used to be head of SID. There was a website specialforces.com or something which says that there are 2 intelligence agency in singapore, ISD and SID. ISD for internal security apparatus, SID for overseas security intelligence.

      Too bad that column was removed from the website, godd site though it also mentioned the 3 specialforces units which malaysia has.

  • Master -_-'s Avatar
    20,186 posts since Jan '03
    • for all u now, singapore do have a secret covert ops committee having its meetings underground..

  • moose's Avatar
    12,337 posts since Mar '00
    • Originally posted by paulho:
      yep! he used to be head of SID. There was a website specialforces.com or something which says that there are 2 intelligence agency in singapore, ISD and SID. ISD for internal security apparatus, SID for overseas security intelligence.

      Too bad that column was removed from the website, godd site though it also mentioned the 3 specialforces units which malaysia has.

      It was removed?The last time i went to the website quite some time ago.It was still there,ehehe Very Happy

  • laser51088's Avatar
    1,139 posts since Aug '02
    • Originally posted by Silenthunter:
      IMO.......the spy network of SG (if there is) has to be in tip top secrecy so that it can keep out nosy ppl [b]LIKE US who are so info-savy about stuff that's retricted and can even compromise national security.....

      if this forum is a highly-classified military intranet and we are VIPs having the triple password access to it.....maybe we'll know more stuff....... sadly, it's only public domain...... accessible to any form of tom dick or harry... to land as far as the middle-earth...

      many have said it before and I'll say it again.....loose lip kills lifes...[/b]

      relak lah. . . stuff here is public domain or have been posted elsewhere before. . . either that or its just people's opinion. . . if Singapore's potential aggressors can't even search for public domain info about SAF or do some deep thinking in strategy of both themselves and Singapore, they are not even worthy of attacking Singapore. . .

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    Atobe's Avatar
    8,715 posts since Oct '02

    • Some information in the Public Domain can be "dis-information".

      If noticed, it is best kept the way it is; let "sleeping dogs lie".

      The more we publicize and impress with our knowledge of general information from Weapon Manufacturers, it will do no harm to Singapore, but will definitely be instructive to "The Other Side" on the number of experts Singapore has.

      However, if we should indulge into SAF weapon systems by posting from "PERSONAL EXPERIENCE" or " PERSONAL ENCOUNTERS" during In-Camp Training, we can only be helping "The Other Side" with up-dated information.

      Edited by Atobe 29 Jan `03, 4:07AM
  • NDU's Avatar
    1,273 posts since Apr '01
    • Originally posted by chazrt:
      If any of u guys were ever posted to intelligence units for NS, you'll know that there are a few Units that are not officially listed in SAF, they help to form the intelligence backbone of the SAF and in turn SIngapore. There's more to it than we know.

      heard b4 NIB? Mr. Green Mr. Green Mr. Green

  • whack's Avatar
    76 posts since Jul '02
    • yah. those guys in the basement rooms with blast doors and guards lurking around within shouting distance. but nobody talks much about them.

  • mooncake's Avatar
    24 posts since Mar '02
    • what’s “NIB”??? i’ve never heard before. what’s the name of this organisation?

  • whack's Avatar
    76 posts since Jul '02
  • mooncake's Avatar
    24 posts since Mar '02
    • hmmmm…..”NIB”, i’m guessing it might be “naval intelligence bureau” or something like that.

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    Orcishwarrior's Avatar
    443 posts since Jul '02
    • )

      The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is to launch a satellite of Singapore. This will be the 5th foreign satellite to be launched by ISRO.

      The Antrix Corporation of the Department of Space and the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore have signed an agreement in this regard.

      The satellite, a remote sensing 100 kg class micro X-SAT being developed by the Nanyang Technological University is for earth observation and imaging in visible spectral bands. The satellite will be used for land and coastal observations employing multi-spectral imaging. The three-axis stabilized spacecraft will have deployable solar panels. It will be launched by ISRO’s time-tested polar satellite launch vehicle PSLV during one of its forthcoming missions. The Antrix Corporation will also provide the Singapore University with the necessary support for testing the satellite.

      The Corporation provides launching services for foreign satellites using ISRO’s PSLV. The other foreign satellites launched by ISRO earlier were Proba of Belgium, Bi9rd and DLR-TUBSAT of Germany and Kitsat-3 of Korea.

      PSLV has been launching mainly Indian remote sensing satellites weighing upto 900 kg in polar orbit. Its modified version i.e. the PSLV C-4 for the first time put into orbit the Metsat an exclusive meteorological satellite weighing upto 1200 kg in September last. It was also the first time that the PSLV was used successfully for launching a satellite into the geostationary transfer orbit.

  • remess's Avatar
    4 posts since Jan '01
    • [quote]
      Originally posted by chazrt:
      If any of u guys were ever posted to intelligence units for NS, you'll know that there are a few Units that are not officially listed in SAF, they help to form the intelligence backbone of the SAF and in turn SIngapore. There's more to it than we know.

      Yup.. its true some were posted to those "Dark units". These pple need high security clearance.... CAT1 and above..not CAT1(lighting ). They are bound by internal security acts and they can't say much... Hmmm.... Wat they do?... u guys take it that they are to safeguard our nation... so u people won't caught off guard....

  • moose's Avatar
    12,337 posts since Mar '00
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    Atobe's Avatar
    8,715 posts since Oct '02
    • Originally posted by remess:
      [quote]
      Originally posted by chazrt:
      If any of u guys were ever posted to intelligence units for NS, you'll know that there are a few Units that are not officially listed in SAF, they help to form the intelligence backbone of the SAF and in turn SIngapore. There's more to it than we know.

      Yup.. its true some were posted to those "Dark units". These pple need high security clearance.... CAT1 and above..not CAT1(lighting ). They are bound by internal security acts and they can't say much... Hmmm.... Wat they do?... u guys take it that they are to safeguard our nation... so u people won't caught off guard....

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      Unless it is a "Field Operative" job, most of the guys posted to sensitive units would be the better educated kids from the "well connected" people of Singapore Society.

      The guys that get to be posted to such "soft" units would be the kids from the 'Top Income' Groups of Singapore.

      The wealthy families, whose son if ever injured, will be in a serious position to cause MINDEF alot of embarrassment and discomfort.

      Such rich kids are oftern labelled "White Horse", and normally assigned to "soft jobs" but still respectable.

      They are normally placed out of harm's way - in the military jobs such as being a Clerk, Draftsman, assigned a Private's job at G5, or S1, or S2 departments, or some "soft jobs" at HQ.

  • YI's Avatar
    1,355 posts since Feb '00
  • |-|05|'s Avatar
    4,254 posts since Oct '02
    • lol SG does and an intel arm for the MOD......infact it was posted on the miw.com website that army intel has moved to to a new base and building....... Confused even stated the base......hhehe it was i think 5 months ago.....bad thing is never state anything else

  • Cerebral_Assassin's Avatar
    717 posts since Feb '03
    • all i can say is there is such agencies in s'pore
      those working as civil servants in MINDEF will noe

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