RB Navy Organisation
In order to undertake its Mission and Roles, Royal Brunei Navy is divided into four main components as follows:
- Training, and
The Coastal Patrol Craft (CPC) Squadron consisted of KDB PERWIRA, KDB PEMBURU and KDB PENYERANG.
Support Squadron is equipped with four Landing Crafts used mainly for Mobilising Land Forces Light and Heavy vehicles and personnel through rivers. These Vessels are named after KDB DAMUAN, KDB PUNI, KDB SERASA and KDB TERABAN. This squadron also equipped with twenty-six Fast Assault Boats (FAB) for riverine operation. Each is capable of doing in excess of fourty knots, carrying a section of troops. They can rapidly be deployed to any estuaries of rivers. Other than these, the Support Squadron also has five long boats, four 'Temuai' and a tugboat.
Fleet also has a Diving Section, which is always in a high state of readiness to give support especially in search and rescue operations.
Equally important is administration which include in providing man-power. The followings, fall under the responsibility of the Royal Brunei Navy Admin:
- Religious Affairs
- Medical and Dental
- Fire Section
- Regimental Police
Training Wing is established to provide high quality courses and training to improve the knowledge in terms of practical and theory for all officers and other ranks in the Royal Brunei Navy:
- Warfare Training School
- Naval Technical Training School
- Physical Training
- Religious Class
Simply, Training Wing is responsible for the conduct of basic naval skills training to other ranks or sailors such as:
- Fire Fighting And Damage Control
- Naval Warfare
- Basic Diving
- Communications and
In addition, officers and soldiers are also sent overseas for advanced training, generally to Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, UK and United States of America.
Naval Technical Traning School
This school is responsible for establishing technical qualified personnel and to ensure ship system to be maintained throughout. To achieve this mission, NTTS provides technical courses as follows:
- Weapon Engineering
- Marine Engineering
- Maritime Warfare
Physical Fitness Training
Physical fitness training is to ensure the Royal Brunei Navy personnel to reach the physical fitness standards required in the Royal Brunei Armed Forces.
The Religious Class provides opportunities to enhance the understanding in Islamic religion. The courses are conducted at the Royal Brunei Navy Mosque and the courses are as follows:
- Basic Religious Course
- Advanced Religious Course
- Quran reading Course
- 'Fardhu and Kifayah' Course
Logistic Royal Brunei Navy, also known as Support Services, is no less in importance in supporting Royal Brunei Navy in achieving its mission and roles. To ensure all Royal Brunei Navy assets in operational state and maintained it at all times to meet the demand of operational ships at sea. In accordance with that, Logistic Royal Brunei Navy is made up of the followings:
- Logistic Support Store
Logistic Support Store
The Transport Department is responsible for providing transportation to meet any requirements in the Royal Brunei Navy.