Arief Hidayat, Muhammad Fendi Aditya


Idjon Djanbi was originally named Roger Bernard Visser, the son of a Tulip Flower farmer who had been a driver for the Queen of the Netherlands, Wilhelmina during World War II. He was asked for help in pioneering the forerunner of a commando force that was trained for special tasks, with selected personnel who were trained very hard. The shape of the dagger symbolizes land operations, while the anchor symbolizes maritime capabilities, and the wings symbolize the speed of mobility. Along the way there were several changes in the painting on the Kopassus plaque. the method that the author uses is a literature study or literature study, based on the information obtained through a literature study, the author can conclude that the person who is suitable to train his dream troops lives in Lembang, close to the headquarters of the Siliwangi Division. That person is a former Dutch special forces officer who has become an Indonesian citizen. He is a Caucasian named Mohammad Idjon Janbi. Around 1952, Kawilarang called the man who was 5 years older than him. The Caucasian man came with a military-style khaki drill attire. Kawilarang explained his intention to form a company of commandos. Kawilarang asked Idjon to be his coach. The request was met with a yes. Idjon also received the rank of major. Starting from the Siliwangi Division on April 16 1952 a Command Unit (Kesko) was formed in the Siliwangi Division.

Kata Kunci

Idjon Janbi, First Kopassus Commander, Special Characters of Kopassus

Teks Lengkap:



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