Synonyms for senjata or Related words with senjata

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Examples of "senjata"
In Indonesia, present arms is given the command in Indonesian: "Hormat Senjata, Gerak!" for personnel carrying arms. The command "Hormat, Gerak!" is the command for personnel not carrying arms and is to execute a hand salute. For commands only to officers carrying swords (sabres), the command would be: "Hormat Pedang, Gerak!", but when officers who parade with men carrying rifles, the "Hormat Senjata, Gerak!" command is used for both officers carrying swords and men carrying rifles to execute the "present arms" position.
After the time Japan surrendered to the Allies and a power vacuum was eminent in Indonesia, Sukarno had proclaimed the independence of Indonesia. Various attempts to seize occurred defence installations in the city. In the end, during 9 October 1945, the "Pejuang Pemuda" (Youth Fighters) reclaimed the ACW from the Japanese and named it the "Pabrik Senjata Kiaracondong" (Kiaracondong Weapons Factory).
LPB was later renamed "Pabrik Senjata dan Munisi" (Weapons and Munitions Factory) which was managed by the Indonesian Army (TNI – AD). Since then, PSM began a series of experiments, managing to produce a 9mm calibre barrel, and in November 1950, PSM managed to create a barrel with a calibre of 7.7 mm.
Youth occupation did not last long, because the Allies arrived Indonesia and took power. "Pabrik Senjata Kiaracondong" was divided into two factories. The first plant consisted of ACW, PF, and PW merged into "Leger Produktie Bedrijven" (LPB), the second named "Central Reparatie Werkplaats", which was previously "Geweemarkerschool."
For military commands, it is usually added the word "Senjata" which means "Arms" but differs according to which type of command is given. If the personnel are not carrying arms, the word "Senjata" is not added in the command. It is recommended for any commander which would order commands for a drill has to say "Pimpinan, Saya Ambil Alih" which means: "Commanding drill, I take hold", this is to ensure the participants of the drill or parade to know that the commands are given by the regarding person/commander. If the commander gives a command by mistake, the commander should say "Ulangi" which means: "As you were". There are such commands that are given throughout drills in Indonesia such as:
In Indonesia, the salute is a very common gesture amongst every part of the country, starting from school to military, police and firefighters, the salute is a gesture that every person must known and is commonly used for the flag raising ceremony. In the military, this gesture is known as Present Arms or in Indonesian: "Hormat Senjata, Gerak" (with weapons) or "Hormat, Gerak" (without weapons).
PT Pindad (Persero) is an Indonesian state-owned enterprise specialising in military and commercial products. PT Pindad provides the main weapon systems (Alat Utama Sistem Senjata or Alutsista) required to support independence in defence and security of the Republic of Indonesia. Furthermore, PT Pindad (Persero) also produces several industrial products for other aspects such as transportation and commercial explosives. Its activities cover design, development, engineering and fabrication as well as maintenance.
Generalizations in pencak silat technique are very difficult; styles and movements are as diverse as the Indonesian archipelago itself. Individual disciplines can be offensive as in Aceh, defensive as in Bali, or somewhere in between. They may focus on strikes ("pukulan"), kicks ("tendangan"), locks ("kuncian"), weapons ("senjata"), grabs, or even on spiritual development rather than physical fighting techniques. Most styles specialize in one or two of these, but still make use of them all to some degree. Certain characteristics tend to prevail in particular geographical regions, as follows:
Since the Dasar level will be taught the techniques of bare hands self-defense. At the next level are taught the technique of the use of senjata (weapons) with obligatory weapon pisau (knives), pedang (swords) and toya (long staff). With a basic mastery of the three weapon are required, pisau represent short weapon, pedang representing middle weapon and toya represent long weapon, Perisai Diri fighter trained to be able to leverage existing equipment around to use as weapons. The technique can also be used to using other weapons, such as sickles, trident, guandao, spears, machetes, katana, clubs, fans, sign, umbrella, bread bats, rifle, and bayonet.
Derivatives of this style were passed onto the descendents of those who learned it. As buah pukul spread outside the palace, its variations were known by several names including gayang lima, lian Yunan and silat senjata lapan. Lian padukan was founded by Pak Mat Kedidi who first began learning buah pukul from his father. He went on to train under several other masters, including Pak Teh Mat Yasin Kubung and Pak Cik Sani Abu Samah. Under the tutelage of Chu Aman, he became the lineage holder of buah pukul. Pak Mat Kedidi continued training in other martial arts, specifically silat sunting, silat sendeng and tomoi. In the 1970s he tried to combine the lian with these other methods, thereby creating the more direct and aggressive lian padukan.