General Hurley received the Bintang Yudha Dharma Utama (Indonesian Defence Meritorious Service Star) for his contribution in promoting cooperation between the Indonesian Armed Forces and the Australian Armed Forces.
What does TNI/ABRI stand for?
TNI/ABRI stands for The Indonesian Armed Forces
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- Transnational Institute (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Troponin I
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- Thailand National Institute for Christ
- Theater Network Integration Center
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- Trauma-Neuro Intensive Care Unit
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- The National Iota Foundation (social services; Baltimore, MD)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We've seen incredible commitment of the Indonesian military and (defence) ministry to transforming the Indonesian armed forces," the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Confirmation of the speaker faculty at this year's event comes in the wake of the announcement earlier this month of the $559 million deal for event sponsor FNSS, a joint venture between BAE Systems and Turkey's Nurol Holding, to supply the Indonesian Armed Forces with 257 wheeled armoured vehicles.
Robert Jereski, who took the reins of IFA after Hamzah's death, places some of the blame on consumers: "I think the international community must first become aware of the ties between the Indonesian armed forces, which are committing atrocities, and the cheap oil, timber, gas, computers, and sneakers which consumers in so-called developed countries enjoy," he says.
A better solution would be to halt military-to-military training until the Indonesian armed forces are firmly under the authority of the civilian government and demonstrate that they respect both the rule of law and the free market.
The militias were witnessed carrying M-16s from the United States as their primary rifle, rifles most likely given to them by members of the Indonesian armed forces.
They're active and the Indonesian armed forces have done nothing to prevent it.
The Indonesian armed forces have intensified their suppression of the Aceh separatist movement, with shootings, disappearances and torture being reported daily.