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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 25 Nov 2011 - 9:17

KRI Dewaruci .... Dieu des mers dans la mythologie locale, navire école de la marine indonésienne.



KRI Diponegoro ( 365 ) naviguant à coté de l'USS Geroges Washington ( CVN-73 ) juillet dérnier




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 25 Nov 2011 - 14:58

Je comprends pas, pourquoi ils publient pas une video pareille pour nos frégates Mad


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 25 Nov 2011 - 15:38

tres bonne manoeuvrabilité et comportement(+4.00),une ronde plus petite que l´autre!
c´est quoi les trucs devant a la place des lanceurs Mica chez nous?

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 29 Nov 2011 - 13:17

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Indonesian Army Eyes Shopping Spree in Europe


Indonesian Army plans to buy 100 German-surplus Leopard 2A6s.

Indonesian Defence Minister confirms plans to purchase European surplus equipment

06:33 GMT, November 28, 2011 defpro.com | According to Indonesian media reports, the Minister of Defence of Indonesia, Purnomo Yusgiantoro, recently confirmed plans to purchase military equipment from various European countries. The minister, in particular, highlighted the government’s intent to buy Leopard 2 main battle tanks from the German Army, as well as Apache attack helicopters.

The reports emphasise that Indonesia is taking advantage of the difficult budget situation faced by European armed forces, seeking to purchase surplus equipment at favourable prices. This may include weapons systems from France, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Spain.

INDONESIAN ARMY SEEKS PRIORITY ROLE IN DEFENCE MODERNISATION

Although the Defence Minister did not confirm a specific amount allocated to the government’s procurement plans, the Indonesian Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Pramono Edy Wibowo, announced in mid-November that the Army would receive more than IRP 14 trillion (approx. $15.3 billion; €11.6 billion) over the next three years.

In light of Indonesia’s efforts to modernise the inventory of its Armed Forces, Pramono told the Jakarta Post that “the President has decided, after four Cabinet meetings, that the Army should receive priority.” As the Defence Minister recently explained, the Ministry is currently waiting for wish lists from the country’s Army, Navy and Air Force.

The final budget to be allocated for weapons purchases will depend upon the equipment required by the individual branches, according to Purnomo. However, the Defence Minister emphasised that it would not exceed the targeted budget.

As the Jakarta Post reported, the Army already has a very precise idea of its procurement priorities: Pramono said that, among other planned purchases, the Army is particularly interested in buying 100 Leopard 2A6 main battle tanks from the German Army for some $280 million, along with eight Apache helicopters valued at $25 million. As the head of the Indonesian Army confirmed, these purchases are expected to be complete by 2014.

At present, in terms of heavy armoured vehicles, the Indonesian Army relies on its large fleet of ageing French-built AMX-13 light tanks and a significantly smaller fleet of FV101 Scorpion armoured reconnaissance vehicles. To protect its vast territory,[1] in particular on its main islands Java, Sumatra, Borneo (shared with Brunei and Malaysia), and New Guinea (shared with Papua New Guinea), the Army needs to modernise its inventory.

INDONESIA INTERESTED IN GERMAN LEOPARD 2A6

The Leopard 2A6 has been in service with the German Army since March 2001, after upgrading existing Leopard 2 tanks of the A5 and A4 configuration. As yet, Singapore is the only Asian operator of the Leopard 2. In mid 2007, Indonesia’s neighbour introduced 102 German-surplus Leopard 2A4s into its service.

Despite Indonesia’s ambitious purchase plans and the German Armed Forces’ challenging budget situation, the deal could be overshadowed by German domestic political issues. Under the influence of the so-called Arab Spring uprisings in Northern African and Middle East countries, German politicians were entangled in July 2011 in a heated debate on arms export regulations, when the news of a major deal with Saudi Arabia for the purchase of 200 Krauss-Maffei Wegmann-built Leopard 2A7+ tanks emerged.[2]

Although it might be an entirely different case, the announcement of a possible export of Leopard 2 tanks to Indonesia could come just a little too early after that debate, and future negotiations could be accompanied by political clamour in Germany.

However, considering the German Defence Ministry’s plans to fundamentally restructure its Armed Forces (Bundeswehr), which will require significant investment, and the Army’s long-standing experience in transferring surplus tanks to foreign partners, a possible agreement between Berlin and Jakarta is not likely to encounter any serious obstacles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 29 Nov 2011 - 16:59

100 Leo2A6 a 280M€ Shocked je demande a voir
mais des Apache je crois pas qu´un pays europeen(NL) voulait les vendre

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Lun 5 Déc 2011 - 11:31

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ThalesRaytheonSystems delivers second Air Defense Radar System to Indonesia

MASSY, France | ThalesRaytheonSystems has delivered a second air defense radar station to Indonesia. It was commissioned in the presence of Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara (TNI-AU) officials at an inauguration ceremony on Nov. 15. The first radar station was successfully commissioned by TNI-AU in March 2011.

Located in the Eastern part of Indonesia, the new radars will feed air surveillance data to TNI-AU’s command and control center in Jakarta. The C2 center, developed by ThalesRaytheonSystems, is responsible for airspace surveillance, interceptor tasking and control, and providing air space protection over the 17,000 islands and across 33 provinces.

“Since the 1970s, Thales and ThalesRaytheonSystems have worked side-by-side with the Indonesian government on the installation of long-range radars and national and regional air command and control centers. This year will mark a significant milestone in the development of Indonesia’s national air defense system with the commissioning of these additional radars in some of the most remote regions of the Indonesian archipelago,” said Philippe Duhamel, CEO, ThalesRaytheonSystems, French Operations.

By partnering with local companies and training Indonesian personnel, ThalesRaytheonSystems has also enabled TNI-AU to tailor cost-effective life-cycle support. This approach has the added benefit of creating local jobs and strengthening the country’s domestic knowledge of radar technologies.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 7 Déc 2011 - 11:35

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L'Indonésie achète six nouveaux chasseurs russes (Rosoboronexport)

L'Indonésie signera un contrat sur l'achat de six chasseurs russes Sukhoi Su-30MK2 avant la fin de 2011, a confirmé mercredi à Langkawi (Malaisie) le directeur adjoint de l'agence russe d'exportation d'armements Rosoboronexport, Viktor Komardine.

"Des négociations sont en cours, nous comptons avant la fin de l'année signer un accord sur la livraison de six Su-30MK2 en plus des 10 chasseurs déjà livrés", a déclaré M.Komardine, lors du salon de défense antiaérienne et antimissile Lima-2011.

Selon les experts, le coût du contrat s'élève à 500 millions de dollars.

La Russie a déjà fourni dix chasseurs Sukhoi, dix hélicoptères Mi-35, 14 hélicoptères Mi-17, 17 blindés de transport de troupes TMP-3F, 48 blindés BTR-80A et 9.000 fusils d'assaut Kalachnikov à ce pays.


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Russia and Indonesia are going to agree on the supply of T-90 systems and "Tornado"


Langkawi (Malaysia), December 7 - RIA Novosti. Russia and Indonesia are planning to soon sign a contract for delivery in this Asian country Party T-90 tanks and multiple rocket launcher systems "Tornado", told RIA Novosti on Wednesday while the arms of " Lima, 2011 "Head of the Russian delegation to the exhibition, deputy director of Rosoboronexport Viktor Komardin.

"Right now, getting ready to sign a contract for six Su-30MK fighters ahead - T-90 tanks and" Tornado "- said Komardin.

According to him, the Russian proposals under consideration by Indonesian side. "This technique - a commercial project," - said Komardin.

In addition, Indonesia is interested in Russian Mi-17 Mi-35, BMP-3, for air assets for aircraft such as Su.

Komardin said that Russia is in preliminary talks with Indonesian firms engaged in the defense industry, to create a base for service previously supplied equipment. "We are consistent, that is, with the increasing number of Russian military equipment must be maintained on the spot" - he said.

The interviewee said that earlier Russia supplied to Indonesia many different techniques, including armored vehicles, which are very popular in this country, especially in the Marine Corps.

Russia has already delivered to Indonesia ten Su-30 fighters, ten Mi-35 helicopters, fourteen Mi-17, seventeen BMP-3F, 48 BTR-80A and a batch of 9000 Kalashnikov AK-102.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Jeu 8 Déc 2011 - 10:46

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US offered F-16s ‘to anticipate rising China’



APThe United States has reportedly asked for Indonesia’s help to counter the increasing influence of China, particularly in the South China Sea, which some foreign policy analysts say reflects the US’ strategy of “proxy by war”.

An Indonesian source, who closely followed the contacts between the two countries, recently told The Jakarta Post that the US had asked Indonesia to receive 24 used F-16 fighter jets from the US, rather than purchasing new ones that would come in a fourth number of the granted units. The Indonesian Military (TNI) could operate the 24 jets much earlier than waiting for the new units, to boost Indonesia’s capabilities, including to monitor the situation in the South China Sea.

“The US expects Indonesia to help them counter China if anything bad happens in the South China Sea,” said the source, who requested for anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue.

The US government, however, strongly denies that.

“The United States has not made any requests to the Indonesian government regarding any specific use of the F-16s that are planned to be granted to Indonesia,” press attaché from the US Embassy in Jakarta, Troy Pederson, told the Post on Tuesday.

The Defense Ministry’s spokesman Brig. Gen. Hartind Asrin said he did not know about anything the source referred to.

“[Our plan to take the used F-16s] has nothing to do with [any request made by the US to help it deal with China], but it’s simply because it corresponds to our posture,” he told the Post.

Aside from the US request, the two future squadrons of F-16s would definitely boost the Air Force’s strength, he said, adding that Indonesia was waiting for the US response on the price deal for refurbishment of the used F-16s expected to arrive here by 2014.

The US has offered US$760 million for that cost, while Indonesia bargains at $669 million, according to Hartind.

An Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) lawmaker and a deputy head of the House of Representatives’ defense commission, Maj. Gen. (ret) TB Hasanuddin, said he did not know of the information either.

“But whatever the case is, we have to keep our sovereignty in one piece, making our own decisions by using our own money. We don’t have any reason to assist one country to deal with another head-to-head either,” he told the Post.

While having no knowledge of the US request, the retired two-star general said the used F-16s would be coming from the US National Guard, not from the US Air Force, thus those aircraft would only have the ability for interception, not battle.

In response to the US request, University of Indonesia security expert Andi Widjajanto said what the US was doing was passing the buck, where a country fought for the interest of the US.

“This can mean two things: the US is weakening so that it can no longer apply its hard-balancing strategy with direct military confrontation; or the US is being a smart power, using the entire spectrum of power by engineering a strategic competition far beyond US territory,” he told the Post.

“If Indonesia becomes the next US target of passing the buck, Indonesia would find itself in a situation of strategic entrapment and [would be forced] to compete with China, not for its own national interests, but for the US.” Indonesia is an effective target of the US preference because of its power gap with the US, which means it has no chance to escape entrapment. It is powerless to unilaterally anticipate the rise of China, so it has to get closer with the US, like it or not, according to Andi, adding Australia also fits the first criteria.

The US also plans to establish a military base in Darwin, Australia, and deploy 2,500 marines there — a move analysts say is intended to counter China. The US says it will not be building any US bases there, but will use existing Australia military facilities and that the presence is an expansion of US training activities with its ally.

Indonesia Center of Democracy, Diplomacy and Defense executive director Teuku Rezasyah said Indonesia should not let the US allow a “war by proxy” by using Indonesia, as it did in Timor Leste (then East Timor) in 1975. He said that during that time the US made Indonesia occupy Timor Leste over its fear that a new base of communism would find a new home to grow there
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 21 Déc 2011 - 10:30

Et voilà ...

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Daewoo remporte le contrat pour la construction de sous-marins pour l’Indonésie


Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering a signé mardi un contrat pour la construction de 3 sous-marins destinés à la marine indonésienne.



Le contrat prévoit que DSME construise 3 sous-marins de 1.400 t pour la marine indonésienne, d’un montant de 1,1 milliard $. Il s’agit du plus important contrat de défense attribué à une compagnie sud-coréenne.

Selon DSME, les sous-marins mesureront 61,3 m de long et auront un équipage de 40 marins. Ils seront équipés de 8 tubes lance-torpilles.

La construction s’étalera jusqu’au 1er semestre 2011.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 21 Déc 2011 - 10:33

Ils sont rapide ces Coréens Laughing


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La construction s’étalera jusqu’au 1er semestre 2011.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 21 Déc 2011 - 10:49

Fahed64 a écrit:
Ils sont rapide ces Coréens Laughing


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La construction s’étalera jusqu’au 1er semestre 2011.

c'est fin 2018 Laughing

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Daewoo wins submarine contract for Indonesian navy

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering signed a contract to build three submarines for the Indonesian navy on Tuesday.

The contract calls for DSME to build three 1,400-ton submarines for the Indonesian navy for a total of $1.1 billion, making the contract the largest single defense contract to be awarded to a Korean firm.

With the addition of the latest contract, the value of Korea’s defense exports so far this year has been pushed up to $2.4 billion, the Defense Acquisition Program Administration said. This year’s defense export figure is more than double that recorded last year.

Although Korea’s defense exports have been growing steadily, this year saw the largest year-on-year increase aided by the submarine contract, and the T-50 advanced trainer jet, the DAPA said.

Last year’s defense exports came in at $1.19 billion, while the figure came to $1.17 billion in 2009.

According to DSME, the vessels will be of 61.3 meters in length, and will be capable of carrying a crew of 40 sailors. The submarines will be fitted with eight weapon tubes for torpedoes and other weapons.

The company plans to complete the contract by the first half of 2018.

The company said that it has been working with the Indonesian government since 2005 for the submarine contract. DSME added that previous contracts carried out for the Southeast Asian country contributed to its being awarded the contract in favor of French, German and Russian entities that are traditionally considered to have a technological edge in building diesel-powered submarines.

In 2003 the shipbuilder was contracted for a project upgrading Indonesian submarines, and again won a contract for a depot maintenance project in 2009.

By Choi He-suk (cheesuk@heraldm.com)


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 21 Déc 2011 - 13:10

1B$ pour 3 class 209,pas mal comme affaire,mieux que l´affaire des Scorpene malaisiens

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Jeu 22 Déc 2011 - 14:11

L'élément de différenciation qui a favorisé l'offre sud-coréen, était le ToT !

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Un des sous-marins achetés à la Corée du Sud sera construit en Indonésie


La Corée du Sud a signé un contrat de 1,1 milliard $ avec l’Indonésie pour la construction de 3 sous-marins, l’emportant face à des propositions française, allemande et russe parce que sa proposition prévoyait des transferts de technologie, ont indiqué jeudi les autorités locales.



« La Corée du Sud a des technologies modernes et ils sont ouverts à un transfert de technologies, pendant que les autres pays ayant participé à l’appel d’offres ne pensaient qu’à vendre les sous-marins, » a déclaré Hartind Asrin, porte-parole du ministère de la défense.

Mardi, la Corée du Sud a remporté l’appel d’offres face à la France, l’Allemagne et la Russie, selon le ministère. Il s’agit du plus important contrat d’exportations d’armes pour la Corée du Sud.

Cela va permettre à la compagnie indonésienne Penataran Angkatan Laut (PAL) d’observer comment les sous-marins sont construits et d’assembler le 3è exemplaire en Indonésie.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 27 Déc 2011 - 17:29

pierrot1771 a écrit:

Et puis l'Indonésie se fout pas mal des F-16, maintenant qu'elle a ses Sukhoi Su-30.
non pas du tout,l´indonesie a tenu tjs a garder/etoffer sa flotte F16 meme avec achat Su30,l´un ne peut remplacer l´autre.dailleurs elle a fait des pieds et des mains rien que pour obtenir ce FMS(ils voulaient 6 -52+ mais trop cher pour eux/moins quantitatif).elle ne pouvait pas rester dependante de la seule russie et rester a l´ecart technologiquement paralnt de l´ouest,en marginalisant le F16,bien plus efficace que le SU30.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 27 Déc 2011 - 19:29

Bien dit.

Le F16 reste primordial pour l'Indonésie, donc plus important que le Su-30 et il n y a photo!

Il est plus facile de se procuré des Su-30 que des F16, surtout quand des pays comme l'Ouganda ou l'Ethiopie en ont en possession.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Lun 2 Jan 2012 - 12:00

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Indonesia Buys Another Six Sukhoi


"The six Sukhoi as well as their spare parts are worth US$470 million"


VIVAnews - The Indonesian government purchases six Sukhoi Su-30 MK2 from Russia.

Deputy Defense Minister, Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin, said the acquisition has been official following the contract signed by Ministry of Defense and Russia-based aircraft manufacturer, JSC Rosoboronexport.

"The contract was signed yesterday," he said in Jakarta, today.

Sjafrie said the Indonesian Air Force now possesses 10 Sukhoi jet fighters.

"It is planned that the Indonesian Air Force will place one Sukhoi squadron at Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar, South Sulawesi," he said.

Sjafrie said the government at the same optimizes the domestic aviation industry.

Chief of Defense Equipment Agency, Ediwan Prabowo, said the six Sukhoi are not part of the national weaponry system.

"The six Sukhoi as well as their spare parts are worth US$470 million," he said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 11 Jan 2012 - 10:40

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Indonesia to receive Super Tucano in March


Indonesia will receive its first four Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano trainer/light attack aircraft in March 2012.

The aircraft will be based at Abd Saleh air force base in Malang, on Indonesia's main island of Java, where support facilities have been set up for the Brazilian turboprop, said a report by official Indonesian news agency Antara, quoting Indonesian air force colonel Novianto Widadi.

The report added that 12 pilots have been trained for the aircraft, which will perform a flying display at the air force's anniversary celebrations in April.

In November 2010, Jakarta announced that it would acquire 16 Super Tucanos to replace its Rockwell OV-10 Broncos. The aircraft will be used both as trainers and in the light ground attack role. Widadi added that the aircraft will also be used for border patrols.


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According to Embraer, the Super Tucano can carry a payload of 1,550kg (3420lb) and, with external tanks, has an endurance of up to eight hours. It can take off and land on an airfield of just 900m (2950ft).

It is armed with two .50 caliber machine guns in the wings with 200 rounds each.

"In addition to its two internal machine guns, the Super Tucano can be configured with additional underwing armament, such as two 20mm gun pods or .50 caliber machine guns, thereby significantly increasing its firepower for missions requiring air-to-ground saturation," said Embraer.

It added that the aircraft can also carry air-to-air missiles such as the Raytheon AIM-9 Sidewinder class, rocket pods, and conventional or guided bombs. The OV-10 has seen extensive combat service in Indonesia. It was used extensively in the former Indonesian province of East Timor, and also conducted anti-guerrilla operations in the low-level insurgencies that Indonesia has periodically suffered in its provinces of Aceh and Irian Jaya.



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Jakarta, Indonesia - Six Su-30MK2 aircraft that will be delivered after 2013




(WAPA) - According to "The Jakarta Post", Indonesia has signed a 470 million dollar contract with Russia to purchase six Sukhoi Su-30MK2 jet fighters for the Indonesian Air Force, that will start to be delivered after 2013.

The deal was confirmed by Russian defense-industry, but the Sukhoi aircraft maker and arms exporter "Rosoboronexport" did not release any comments. Indonesian Deputy Minister of Defense Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin said that his office had handed over the contract to "Rosoboronexport" on December 3, while another contract is still in progress.

At the moment, the Indonesian Air Force has 10 Sukhoi jetfighters - 6 Sukhoi SU-27SKM and 4 Sukhoi SU-30MK2 and is planning to place one squadron of the jetfighters at Hasanuddin Airbase in Makassar.

Russia recently completed a 300 million dollar contract signed in 2007 on the delivery of three Su-30MK2 and three Su-27SKM fighters to Jakarta in addition to two Su-27SK and two Su-30MK fighters purchased in 2003. (Avionews)
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Jeu 12 Jan 2012 - 23:51

video prise hier, le 12-01-12.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 13 Jan 2012 - 20:28

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Sam 14 Jan 2012 - 11:01

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Sam 14 Jan 2012 - 22:25

Yakuza a écrit:
pierrot1771 a écrit:

Et puis l'Indonésie se fout pas mal des F-16, maintenant qu'elle a ses Sukhoi Su-30.
non pas du tout,l´indonesie a tenu tjs a garder/etoffer sa flotte F16 meme avec achat Su30,l´un ne peut remplacer l´autre.dailleurs elle a fait des pieds et des mains rien que pour obtenir ce FMS(ils voulaient 6 -52+ mais trop cher pour eux/moins quantitatif).elle ne pouvait pas rester dependante de la seule russie et rester a l´ecart technologiquement paralnt de l´ouest,en marginalisant le F16,bien plus efficace que le SU30.

pas si vite

http://www.dsca.mil/PressReleases/36-b/2011/Indonesia_11-48.pdf
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 17 Jan 2012 - 11:31

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RI ready to modernize its weaponry


Indonesia will start modernizing its military hardware after a decade of internal reform riding on the back of an improving economy, Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro told repoters Monday.

“The Indonesian Military has been involved in internal reforms, such as disengagement from political and business activities,” he told a press conference after a leadership meeting at the ministry.

“All this time, the TNI has refrained from procuring major weapons systems.”

Also attending the press conference were Defense Deputy Minister Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin, TNI chief Adm. Agus Suhartono, Army chief of staff Gen. Pramono Edhie Wibowo, Navy chief of staff Adm. Soeparno, Air Force chief of staff Marshal Imam Sufaat, and ministry secretary general Vice Marshal Eris Heryyanto.

Coordinating Minister for Political, Security and Legal Affairs Djoko Suyanto attended the leadership meeting and delivered a speech to the participants.

Purnomo said most of the procurement could take a long time to realize from planning to delivery as there were various agencies involved in the process.

“Each individual service will describe their needs to the TNI headquarters, which will submit the request to the ministry,” he said.

“Once agreed, we have to talk with the National Development Planning Board [Bappenas] and the Finance Ministry to find the appropriate funding.”

He said because most procurement processes require a long time to realize, the funding usually involves a multiyear system.

The ministry’s Defense Facilities Agency chief, Maj. Gen. Ediwan Prabowo, said most of the shopping list would be sealed in the first half of this year.

“We are currently still looking for candidates for each weapons system. So we have not yet decided the model and pricing,” he told the press conference.

The shopping list includes various weapons systems for the three services including various types of helicopters, howitzers, multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), various types of ships and anti-aircraft missiles.

Indonesia ended 2011 with large procurements, including six Sukhoi Su-30MKK from Russia worth US$470 million; three submarines from South Korea worth almost $1.1 billion in cooperation with state shipyard PT PAL; nine NC-295 medium transport from Spain worth $325 billion in cooperation with state-owned aircraft maker PT Dirgantara Indonesia; 16 KAI T-50 Golden Eagle advanced trainers, worth $400 million, from South Korea; eight Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano counter-insurgency aircraft from Brazil; and Grob G 120TP primary trainer from Germany.

Indonesia’s shopping list in 2012

Army
1. Main battle tank (MBT)
2. Multiple launch rocket system (MLRS)
3. Howitzer 155mm
4. Air defense missile
5. Assault and attack helicopters
6. Anoa armored personnel carrier

Navy
1. Searider rigid-inflatable boat (RIB)
2. Fast patrol boats
3. Guided-missile destroyer
4. Hydro-oceanography vessel
5. Barque tall ship to replace the existing KRI Dewaruci
6. Various auxiliary vessels, including fuel and landing ship tank
7. Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter

Air Force
1. Anti-aircraft missile
2. EC-725 Cougar helicopter
3. 24 units of F-16, grant from the United States, to be retrofitted
4. 4 units of C-130H heavy transport aircraft, grant from Australia, to be retrofitted

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 20 Jan 2012 - 10:55

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Indonesia firm delivers new patrol plane



JAKARTA, Jan. 19 (UPI) -- The third of four CN-235 maritime patrol aircraft by PT Dirgantara Indonesia has been delivered to the South Korean coast guard.

The CN-235 is a twin-engine turboprop. It has a range of more than 3,100 miles, a cruise speed of 157 mph and is outfitted with a tactical computer system and tactical navigation.

The aircraft is 70 feet in length and weighs about 21,000 pounds.

"The delivery of another aircraft to the government of South Korea once again shows that the confidence of other nations in PTDI is still going strong," PTDI said. "This confidence will be maintained continuously, to allow PTDI to obtain subsequent contracts not only from the South Korean government but also from customers who require an aircraft of the size of the CN-235.

"Aircraft deliveries are also proving to the world that Indonesian workers are able to provide their contribution to the nation and to the state by using his work to meet the requirements of other nations throughout the world."

The first two aircraft were delivered to South Korea last May under a $94 million contract. PTDI said the fourth will be delivered during the first quarter of this year.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 31 Jan 2012 - 12:51

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Russia to Sell 60 Armored Vehicles to Indonesia

Russia is set to sell up to 60 infantry fighting vehicles to Indonesia in a deal worth more than $100 million, the Izvestia newspaper cited an unnamed military source as saying on Tuesday.

The deal will be finalized on February 10, the source said, adding that 20 BMP-3 vehicles will be delivered before the end of the year.

The Russian army stopped purchasing the vehicles in 2010.

The state-run weapons exporter Rosoboronexport declined to comment.

The Kurganmashzavod arms plant said it would produce modified vehicles for Indonesia.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Lun 13 Fév 2012 - 14:06

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Indonesia to acquire unmanned spy plane




Indonesia's National Defence Forces (TNI) will acquire a spy plane in the form of an unmanned reconnaissance aircraft (UAV) from the Kital Philippine Corp this year.

"It will be a brand new aircraft and delivered this year," Deputy Defence Minister Sjafrie Sjamsoeddin was quoted by news agency Antara as having said here yesterday.

Sjafrie said the spy plane would have the capability of cruising over a distance of 200km for 15 hours.
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