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TNKUTentera Nasional Kalimantan Utara (Malay: North Kalimantan National Army; Brunei)
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(84) The PRB even formed an army by the same name--Tentera National Kalimantan Utara (TNKU).
Azhari's political party developed a shadowy military wing, the North Kalimantan National Army (TNKU), and on 8 December 1962 the TNKU seized police stations, government facilities and oil installations and took hostages in Brunei and neighbouring Sarawak.
While praising the bravery of the marine rescue force, Chanin also pays due credit to the Brunei policemen who resisted TNKU attacks during the revolt and denied them important supplies of arms and ammunition.