Today is the 3rd Anniversary of the disappearance of MH 370 flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.... On that fateful night, three years ago, an unidentified aircraft flew over Butterworth and the north tip of Penang. This was observed by military radar in KL.......and yet they did nothing, all the while multi-all-weather-fighter aircraft lay idle on the ground at RMAF Butterworth. It was later concluded it must have been MH370, yet the search and rescue effort for MH370 was directed in the Gulf of Thailand, which wasted valuable time for the black-box transponder to continue to work. This question of why the fighters at Butterworth weren't scrambled to identify an errant aircraft flying over a military installation has never been answered, and no-one has been held accountable. That action alone may have saved lives. Given the Malaysian Gov't are now embroiled over their situation vis a vis North Korea I feel anything to do with MH370 is out of their sight....and under the carpet. This will remain on of the great mysteries of our generation and imo should be front and foremost to explain..we have no way to know the same problem that caused its disappearance isn't still there. At least Australia recognizes our duty to find out and at least memorialize...well done Australia.... "Today marks the third anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and its 239 passengers and crew from 14 different countries. Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Darren Chester today spoke at a National Memorial Service held for the families and friends of the seven passengers on board MH370 who called Australia home.â€œThose on board MH370 will not be forgotten and our thoughts remain with their family and friends,â€ Mr Chester said.â€œIt has been an honour today to be joined by the loved ones who have suffered a great loss. â€œThe disappearance of MH370 is one of the great mysteries of our time and led to the largest search in aviation history. "The Australian Government is proud to have taken a strong leadership role and led both the surface search in the southern Indian Ocean and the subsequent underwater search for the missing aircraft.â€ Mr Chester also confirmed the Australian and Western Australian governments were working together to establish and install a permanent memorial in Perth honouring all on board MH370. â€œI believe a permanent memorial would be an important way to honour everyone on board MH370 and a place of quiet reflection for family members and friends. My goal is to have it installed as soon as possible.â€ What a pity the Malaysian Gov't aren't as sympathetic, nor forthcoming with help.