Father accepts loss of son, ‘pillar’ of family

Segamat: The father of Malaysian Navy (RMN) 502 Squadron Commander Mohamad Amir Mohamad, 44, considers his son’s death a great loss and says he was the pillar of the family.

But Mohammad Bolak, 71, said his family had accepted the death of their second son, who had been a great help to his siblings.

“He always helped the family financially, helped my younger brothers with their education, and eased our burden whenever I needed money.

Speaking to reporters yesterday (April 23) at his home in Ferukura Bukit Kepong, Rabis regency near here, he said, “Of course, as an older brother should, he is firm towards his younger brothers.” We took appropriate action,” he said.

The last time I saw him was on the first day of Hari Raya, he said he was proud of his son for choosing to join the army.

Meanwhile, the victim’s sister Marhama Mohamad, 36, said she never expected the training her brother participated in to be his last.

Mr Marhama, a staff engineer and member of RMN’s independent reserve team in Johor Bahru, said Mohammad Amir was a solid, caring and responsible person who helped pay for his younger brothers’ school fees. He said that.

Muhammad Amir was the pilot of a Fennec aircraft involved in a collision with a maritime operations helicopter (HOM-AW139) during a flypass exercise in connection with the RMN’s 90th anniversary celebrations early yesterday.

He is scheduled to be buried today at the Ferukura Bukit Kepong Islamic Cemetery. – Bernama

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