Emergency service workers, law enforcement officers and military personnel from all over the globe are deploying their equipment just to take part in the latest “Tetris Challenge” which is currently trending on the Internet. The arrangement originally referred to as knolling is merely the process of placing associated items in unison or 90-degree angles as a technique of organisation. The visual is symmetrical, pleasing to the eyes and enables individuals to see a range of items in a single image that is perfect for displaying equipment or inventory. The trend has caught on in Malaysia as well. The Malaysian Royal Army and the Royal Air Force have been arranging photos of their gear and vehicles to give the internet an interesting peek into their various jobs. Check out yourself some of the best highlights.
1.Royal Malaysian Air Force, 18th Squadron F-18D Hornet
2.The boys from the Royal Malay Regiment(RAMD)
3.Royal Malaysian Navy Super Lynx
4.This what it looks like inside a Swiss Police Car
5.A military medical boxer from the Royal Netherlands Army
6. Swiss Emergency Service: Dog Police Crew
7. Fire Truck from the local fire department of Thusis, Switzerlan
8. Singapore Civil Defence Force – Fire & Rescue Response
9. Singapore Civil Defence Force – Emergency Medical Response
10. The Zagreb Fire Department, Croatia
11. The Swedish Search & Rescue(SAR )Helicopter managed by the Swedish Maritime Administration
12. Ambulance Amsterdam – Safety & First Aid Service
13. Royal Netherlands Army Artillery Howitser
14. Republic of China Marine Air Defense
15. Taichung Police Department, Traffic Control
16. Taiwan Coast Guard Airborne Corps, Sea Rescue Unit
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