Malaysian Navy trusts DCI for its submariners' school
 
DCI, a service provider with activities on the entire spectrum of defense and domestic security, reinforces its collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) by participating in the creation and running of a training school for submariners and future submariners.
DCI, a service provider with activities on the entire spectrum of defense and domestic security, reinforces its collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) by participating in the creation and running of a training school for submariners and future submariners.
 
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LIMA 2013 Daily News - DCI at LIMA 2013
 
 
 
Malaysian Navy trusts DCI for its submariners' school
 
DCI, a service provider with activities on the entire spectrum of defense and domestic security, reinforces its collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) by participating in the creation and running of a training school for submariners and future submariners.

The two RMN French-made SCORPENE submarines are alongside on the Kota Kinabalu base. Malaysia has recently announced that from early next year this base is to become the first training centre in the world for SCORPENE submarines. The training school is installed by DCI teams within the framework of this Malaysian submarine force development strategy.
     
DCI, a service provider with activities on the entire spectrum of defense and domestic security, reinforces its collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) by participating in the creation and running of a training school for submariners and future submariners.
Royal Malaysian Navy Submarine
Picture: LIMA
     
The school's objectives are many:

- maintain the high qualification level of Malaysian submarine experts already trained,
- train some crewmembers as instructors,
- renew the generations of submariners who will replace each other on board the SCORPENE submarines,

Since 2003, DCI-NAVFCO accompanies the RMN for the ab initio creation of a submarine force capable of operating SCORPENE type submarines. In only 4 years and with French Navy support, DCI has managed to form and train two complete submarine crews as well as a reserve crew and an embryonic staff.

«We are delighted to continue our collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy by the creation of this school. It is a fascinating project to which we are fully committed alongside Malaysia with a common will to succeed» declares Admiral François DUPONT, Executive Vice-President of DCI-NAVFCO.

Visit DCI during LIMA 2013 on stand C1073
     
DCI, a service provider with activities on the entire spectrum of defense and domestic security, reinforces its collaboration with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) by participating in the creation and running of a training school for submariners and future submariners.
DCI booth during LIMA 2013
 

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