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S. Korea completes delivery of 16 T-50 trainers to Indonesia


SEOUL, Feb. 13 (Yonhap) -- South Korea has completed the delivery of 16 T-50 supersonic trainer jets built by the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) to Indonesia, the Korean aircraft maker said Thursday, paving the way for expanding bilateral defense cooperation.

After signing a US$400 million deal in 2011, KAI said it delivered 16 T-50i planes between September and January using ferry flights via Taiwan and the Philippines.

On Thursday, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono hosted a ceremony celebrating its deployment at Halim Perdanakusumah Airport in Jakarta, which was attended by the South Korean Air Force chief and senior military officials of the two nations.

"T-50i is the symbol of the close relations and cooperation in the defense industry of the two nations," Lee Yong-geol, the head of the state-run Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), said in the ceremony.

KAI President Ha Sung-yong vowed to provide maintenance and other support for the Indonesian Air Force in the following decades.

With sales of T-50s to Indonesia, South Korea has become the world's sixth supersonic trainer jet exporter.

Indonesia is the biggest Southeast Asian buyer for South Korea's defense industry, buying Korean-made submarines and trainer jets.

Southeast Asia's biggest economy is also participating in Seoul's indigenous fighter development program, codenamed KFX, investing about 20 percent of the initial development cost.

The KFX project aims to build F-16 class fighter jets to replace the Air Force's aging fleet of F-4 and F-5 fighter planes, while eyeing the overseas market with homegrown aircraft.

The state arms development agency has been working on the concept and designs of the aircraft, waiting for the government's approval to start a full-scale project.

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PT PAL gets $250 million to build Type 209 class submarines for Indonesia Navy (TNI AL)

Indonesia State-owned shipbuilder PT PAL will get up to US$250 million in state capital injection (PMN) under a multi-year project for the development of 3 Type 209 class submarines according to Jakarta Post.

Indonesia State-owned shipbuilder PT PAL will get up to US$250 million in state capital injection (PMN) under a multi-year project for the development of 3 Type 209 class submarines according to Jakarta Post.
Republic of Korea Submarine Chang Bogo - SSK 61.
The 3 submarines for Indonesia will be a custom version of this Type 209 class

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South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering signed a contract in 2011 to build three submarines for the Indonesian navy. The contract calls for DSME in collaboration with PT PAL 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.

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.
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Indonésie: un mort, 87 blessés dans l'explosion d'un entrepôt de munitions
     
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Un marin est mort et 87 personnes ont été blessées mercredi dans l'explosion dans un entrepôt de munitions légères de la Marine indonésienne dans le nord de la capitale Jakarta, a annoncé l'armée indonésienne.

Le porte-parole de l'armée, Iskandar Sitompul, a déclaré que l'explosion était vraisemblablement intervenue après un court-circuit dans le bâtiment.

L'explosion a détruit l'entrepôt, qui appartenait à une unité d'élite de la Marine, éparpillant les victimes au milieu d'éclats d'obus, de verre et de bois.

"La plupart d'entre elles ont été blessées par des morceaux de bois et de verre qui leur ont percé les joues, la poitrine ou le ventre".

La télévision a montré une colonne de fumée noire au-dessus de la zone très peu de temps après l'accident.

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The Indonesian Armed Forces (Tentara Nasional Indonesia - TNI) test fired rockets from an indigenously produced tactical military vehicle known as the 6X6 Kenderaan Taktis (Rantis) on 6 March.
According to a statement released by the Indonesian Ministry of Defence's (MoD's) media centre, the tests were conducted near the Santolo Indah beach located in Garut, West Java.
The 6X6 Rantis is a jointly developed rocket launcher vehicle produced by state-owned arms manufacturer PT Pindad in collaboration with local industry and the MoD's research and development agency.
The tests were conducted with the R-Han 122, an indigenous 15 km-range 122 mm ground-launched GPS-guided rocket. The projectiles, which are powered by hydroxyl ammonium nitrate (HAN) propellant, are also produced by PT Pindad.
Brigadier General Yul Afiandi, who oversees weapons development at the MoD's research and development agency, described the test fires as successful but indicated that the agency is looking to further extend the capabilities of the launcher.
"We will develop the Rantis by increasing either the range or calibre of rockets that the vehicle can handle," he said.
Gen Afiandi also indicated that initial versions of the five-tonne launchers will be deployed with the Indonesian marines (KORMAR). Further variants may be deployed with field artillery units once improvements are made.

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PARIS — Indonesia, a regional power building its military capability through foreign loans, is seeking a loan to pay for four Thales missile batteries worth more than £100 million (US $167 million), a European banker said.

Regional powers Indonesia and Brazil are seen as potentially big borrowers as the governments try to raise money on the open market to buy arms, while Western firms rely on exports to survive a domestic downturn.

Indonesia’s Finance Ministry aims to raise an “international financial credit” to fund an order for a ForceSHIELD system of vehicle-mounted missiles and radars, to be built in Britain and France, the bank executive said.

Commercial banks could receive a request for proposals in March or April, allowing the ministry to pick the most competitive loan terms to close a contract for the weapon system this year.

The bank tender follows a loan raised last April to pay for Indonesia’s €108 million order for 34 Caesar 155mm/52-caliber guns from French land weapons makerNexter.

Indonesia is also acquiring a new sailing ship to train Navy crews.

Industry, meanwhile, sees access to cheap funding as important, as indicated by Airbus Group’s Feb. 14 announcement that it is buying a German private bank, Salzburg München, for an undisclosed amount. The planned Airbus Group Bank will allow the manufacturer to borrow money from the European Central Bank at a lower rate than the corporate bond market and lend to equipment suppliers in the manufacturing chain.

Such an export deal is vital to Thales, which along with other French manufacturers looks for sales abroad to maintain production lines.

“This is the return of Thales,” the executive said. “Indonesia is a strategic market.”

Winning the Indonesian deal is a big boost for Thales, which needs to “relaunch” its air defense business as the company has struggled to sign up clients for its Crotale surface-to-air missile, the executive said.

A prospect for Thales is a sale of the Crotale New Generation missile to Saudi Arabia worth €4 billion, website La Tribune reported.

The latest borrowing allows four Indonesian Army batteries to be armed with the STARstreak missile, after negotiations closed last summer.

Indonesia’s order for four missile batteries, announced in January, follows a deal for one battery agreed to with Thales in 2011.

The one battery deal was on a contract in US dollars and funded by a German loan, the executive said. That contract has yet to go into effect. The German bank won that business on a private trade deal rather than an open tender, the executive said.

The present tender aims to cover 80 percent of the total amount; is set also in dollars; and a request for information went out in 2013 to some 10 banks, both local and international.

That 80 percent of the missile contract compares with 85 percent for the artillery loan, which saw the funds sent to the Indonesian Finance Ministry in April as requested. The British Treasury and French Finance Ministry will weigh the risk of bank lending as they effectively are guarantors for the loan insurance, a defense specialist said.

Britain’s Export Credits Guarantee Department and Coface, backed by the French government, will examine Indonesia’s risk, particularly the level of national debt, the specialist said.

The risk factor will be priced into the insurance, which will be reflected in the bank loan.

Last year’s artillery loan carried a margin estimated to be just below 200 basis points for under five years, a relatively short period.

Banks set the interest on loans using basis points — 1/100th of a percentage point — which are keyed to official interest rates such as the London Interbank Offered Rate.

That artillery loan was considered relatively expensive, given the government sovereign guarantee that backed the borrow and the short loan term.

The Indonesian economy is expected to pick up this year and next, after sliding in 2013 along with other emerging economies, said Petar Vujanovic, head of the Indonesia desk at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in Paris.

“Indonesia will continue to grow, lower than the historic rate, but pretty well compared to other emerging markets,” he said.

That growth, relying heavily on commodities exports to China, boosts the domestic budget and the means to repay bank loans.

The OECD forecasts the gross domestic product will rise from 5.2 percent to 5.6 in 2014 and 5.7 in 2015.

Under the missile deal, Thales’ British and French units will supply five batteries with short-range STARstreak missiles, CONTROLMaster200 radars and weapon coordination systems, lightweight multiple launchers, and RAPIDRanger weapon launchers.

Another key Asian market is Vietnam, reflecting a rising tension with China in the South China Sea.

Airbus Helicopter, French naval company DCNS and European missile-maker MBDA are looking to win contracts from Hanoi, the executive said. Italy is also looking to win deals with Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Navy wants to buy Mica vertical launch surface-to-air missiles and Exocet MM40 Block III anti-ship weapons from MBDA to arm two Sigma corvettes from Dutch warship builder Damen, La Tribune reported.

MBDA declined comment. Hanoi seeks to secure loans at a low rate, the executive said.

Vietnam has bought Russian Kilo-class submarines and Airbus Defence and Space’s C-212 aircraft for maritime patrol and surveillance missions.

Reflecting a toughening of bilateral relations, Vietnamese government-owned media for the first time recently carried stories of China’s 1974 seizure of the Paracel islands in the South China Sea, in which dozens of soldiers of the then-South Vietnamese Army lost their lives, BBC reported.

In Vietnamese history, the southeast Asian nation saw itself as the smaller dragon fighting for independence from China, the greater dragon.
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Indonesian Navy chief of staff Adm. Marsetio said on Wednesday that a Russian offer of second-hand Kilo-class submarines had been turned down because they were in poor condition.

“After we visited the location, we came to the conclusion that the second-hand submarines were not seaworthy,” he said.

“The submarines have been idle for two years. Their engines and other components are damaged. It will be too costly to repair them.”

Marsetio’s comments came at a display of the Navy’s latest primary weapons systems, which included warships, helicopters and missiles, at Madura Pier, Ujung, Surabaya, the Eastern Fleet headquarters.

He added that the Navy was concentrating on the building of three South Korean-made Chang Bogo-class submarines. The third submarine will be built at state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL in Surabaya as part of a transfer-of-technology from Korea.

Meanwhile, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who was present at the display to inspect the Navy’s hardware, called for the building of 12 submarines by local shipbuilders to be sped up after the Chang Bogo project was completed.

Indonesia’s current submarines, the U-206 type KRI Cakra-401 and KRI Nanggala-402, were made by German shipyard Howaldtswerke in Kiel, Germany, and were commissioned in 1981. The Chang Bogo itself is a derivative of the German-made U-209 submarine.

“We do not want a war but if we have to fight to defend our sovereignty, then we are ready,” Yudhoyono said during his inspection.

The showcase also featured a flyover involving maritime patrol versions of the CN-235 and NC-212, which were manufactured by state-owned airframer PT Dirgantara Indonesia, and an Australian-made GAF N-22 Nomad patrol aircraft.

Marsetio briefed the President on the procurement of warships, including four Diponegoro-class SIGMA corvettes, four Makassar-class landing platform docks (LPDs), four 40-meter Clurit-class fast missile boats (KCR-40s) and two 43-meter fast patrol boats (PC-43).

The corvettes were built in the Netherlands, one of the LPDs in South Korea and the other LPD, the KCR-40 and the PC-43 were built in Indonesia by local shipbuilders.

Marsetio added that the Navy was waiting for three British-made Bung Tomo-class multi-role light frigates (MRLFs), as well as three KCR-60s and two more PC-43s.

Meanwhile, Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro said that the Marine Corps had received 54 Russian-made BMP-3F amphibious infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) and one BREM-L recovery vehicle as well as 15 LVT 7A1 amphibious vehicles that were donated by Korea.

The Navy has also procured two CN-235-220 MPAs, four Beechcraft G-36 Bonanza training airplanes, three Bell 412-EP helicopters as well as Russian-made Yakhont and Chinese-made C-802 anti-ship missiles.

Since some of the procurements were still in process, Purnomo said some craft were displayed as models, such as three Korean-made Chang Bogo-class submarines.

“These primary weapon systems are displayed as accountability to the public on the Navy’s force development,” he said.

A similar show had been held at the Halim Perdanakusuma Air Force Base in East Jakarta, while a display for the Army is scheduled later this month in Bandung.
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In the end of 2014 in Djakarta the negotiations between Spectechnoexport management and representatives of Ministry of Defense and Naval Infantry of the Naval Forces of Indonesia were conducted. Within the negotiations the fundamental terms of the contract for the BTR-4 supply in quantity of 5 units were discussed. As a reminder, Spectechnoexport has won the tender for the purchasing armored vehicles for the purposes of Naval Forces of Indonesia offering BTR-4 manufactured by Kharkiv Morozov Machne-Building Design Bureau.
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In the end of 2014 in Djakarta the negotiations between Spectechnoexport management and representatives of Ministry of Defense and Naval Infantry of the Naval Forces of Indonesia were conducted. Within the negotiations the fundamental terms of the contract for the BTR-4 supply in quantity of 5 units were discussed. As a reminder, Spectechnoexport has won the tender for the purchasing armored vehicles for the purposes of Naval Forces of Indonesia offering BTR-4 manufactured by Kharkiv Morozov Machne-Building Design Bureau.
Ukraine will supply 50 BTR-4 to the Naval Forces of Indonesia (TNI AL)

The Draft contract was initialed by both parties. The process of its consideration for an approval is being carried out by the responsible structures of Ministry of Defense of Indonesia. It is expected that this contact will be handed over to Ukrainian party in the nearest future.

It should be noted that this contract is the first step of the Program on armored vehicles purchase by Indonesian Naval Forces. If the contract is implemented successfully, other 50 similar vehicles will be also supplied. Also worth noting is that winning in this Project is the result of difficult competitive struggle with Russian special exporters.

The BTR-4 is a 8x8 wheeled armoured personnel carrier designed in Ukraine by the Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau as a private venture. The prototype was unveiled at the Aviasvit'2006 exhibition held in Ukraine in June 2006. The BTR-4 medium-armored vehicle is well suited for rapid reaction forces and marine corps carrying up to fully equipped infantrymen/marines in addition to the three-man crew.
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Indonesian Navy (TNI AL) orders a new Stealth Fast Missile Patrol Vessel Trimaran

According to Indonesian media JakartaGreater, citing the Chief of Indonesian Navy, a new 63 meters Stealth Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) trimaran will be ordered from shipbuilder North Sea Boats (PT Lundin). The first vessel, KRI Klewang-625, was destroyed in a fire in September 2012 shortly after its launch.

According to Indonesian media JakartaGreater, citing the Chief of Indonesian Navy, a new 63 meters Stealth Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) trimaran will be ordered from shipbuilder North Sea Boats. The first vessel, KRI Klewang-625, was destroyed in a fire in September 2012 shortly after its launch.
The new 63 m Stealth Fast Missile Patrol Vessel for TNI-AL - “ KRI Klewang ”

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The Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) was officialy launched on Friday 31st August, 2012 at PT Lundin’s shipyard facility in Banyuwangi, East Java.

In 2009 PT Lundin signed a contract to build a one of the most advanced “stealth” warships for TNI-AL (Indonesian Navy). This was the result of an intensive Research and Development programme conducted by PT Lundin Industry Invest (North Sea Boats) and TNI-AL that commenced in 2007. Construction commenced in early 2010 and the trimaran was officialy launched on Friday 31st August, 2012 at PT Lundin’s shipyard facility in Banyuwangi, East Java.

According to Indonesian media JakartaGreater, citing the Chief of Indonesian Navy, a new 63 meters Stealth Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) trimaran will be ordered from shipbuilder North Sea Boats. The first vessel, KRI Klewang-625, was destroyed in a fire in September 2012 shortly after its launch.
The new 63 metre long vessel is a cutting edge trimaran design that is considered to be the most advanced naval vessel of its type ever built in South East Asia.

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The Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) employs a modern “Wave Piercing” trimaran design. This allows the vessel to cut-through waves rather than rise up and over them, and the increased beam provides inherent stability. This combination of features reduces both pitching and rolling, creating a stable weapons platform, and enabling the vessel to comfortably and safely maintain higher average speeds in adverse conditions.

The FMPV has “Stealth” design characteristics, and incorporate features that minimise detection by reducing Radar, Infra-Red, Acoustic and Magnetic signatures. Stealth properties are further improved as there are no reverse-angle bow overhangs to reflect radar signals, as seen on conventional hull forms. Weaponry, including missiles and naval guns, and the ships 11 m high-speed RHIB, are discreetly concealed or shaped to meld into the superstructure profile.
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Indonesian navy shows off latest warships, weapons

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INDONESIA - The Indonesian Navy showcased its latest primary weapons systems during a ceremony at the Madura Pier, the Eastern Fleet headquarters in Surabaya, East Java, on Wednesday.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono inspected the military hardware, which included warships, missiles and helicopters.
"We do not want a war but if we have to fight to defend our sovereignty, then we are ready," he said during the inspection.
There was also a flyover involving maritime patrol versions of the CN-235 and NC-212, which were manufactured by state-owned airframer PT Dirgantara Indonesia, and Australian-made GAF N-22 Nomad patrol aircraft.
Additionally, Navy chief of staff Adm. Marsetio briefed the president on the procurement of naval weapon systems.
The displayed warships included four Diponegoro-class SIGMA corvettes, four Makassar-class landing platform dock (LPDs), four 40-meter Clurit-class fast missile boats (KCR-40s) and two 43-meter fast patrol boats (PC-43).
The corvettes were built in the Netherlands, one of the LPDs in South Korea and the other LPD, the KCR-40 and the PC-43 were built in Indonesia by local shipbuilders.
Marsetio added that the Navy was waiting for three British-made Bung Tomo-class multi-role light frigates (MRLFs), as well as three KCR-60s and two more PC-43s.
Meanwhile, Defence Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro said that the Marine Corps had received 54 Russian-made BMP-3F amphibious infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) and one BREM-L recovery vehicle as well as 15 LVT 7A1 amphibious vehicles that were donated by Korea.
The Navy has also procured two CN-235-220 MPA, four Beechcraft G-36 Bonanza trainer airplane, three Bell 412-EP helicopters as well as Russian-made Yakhont and Chinese-made C-802 anti-ship missiles.

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Semarang, C Java (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian army had started the pilot training to fly the Apache AH-64E, the combat helicopters that were bought from the United States, prior to their arrival in 2017.

"Apache is a sophisticated helicopter, so we have to train the pilots prior to their arrival in 2017," the Army Chief of Staff, General Budiman, said at the Ahmad Yani Armys Base Force in Semarang, Central Java, on Thursday.

Indonesia had bought eight Apache helicopters of the type AH-64E from the United States as part of the program to strengthen the nations primary weapons defense system.

Budiman said during the training, the United States will lend a few Apache helicopters to train the Indonesian pilots.

Half of the Apache helicopters that were bought would be placed in Natuna Islands, while the others will be stationed in Jakarta.

Indonesia also bought 114 units of Leopard Tank, 28 units of carrier helicopters, 37 units of Caesar Cannon, 13 units of MLRS Astros II Rocket and a few air defense missiles from Starstreak and Mistral.

"We expect more than half of those military purchases to arrive before October 2014," Budiman said.(*)

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Indonesia to station Su-27, Su-30s on South China Sea islands

The Indonesian Air Force (Tentera Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Udara, TNI-AU) is planning to upgrade its airbase at Ranai on Riau Island so it can be used by Sukhoi Su-27 and Su-30 fighter aircraft, the base's commander said on 27 March.

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Lieutenant Colonel Andri Gandy also revealed that upgrade work had recently been completed at the airbase, including the installation of runway lights, taxiway lights and integrated radar. The TNI-AU also plans to extend the length of the runway, which is currently 2.5 km long.
The new facilities will include hangars on the western part of the airbase and are being installed with the long-term goal of permanently deploying a squadron of Sukhoi fighter aircraft on the Natuna Islands.

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Jakarta (ANTARA News) - New Indonesian Air Force One aircraft Boeing Business Jet 2 (BBJ2) for the activities of the Indonesian president arrived at Halim Perdanakusuma airport here on Thursday, a minister has stated.

"The new presidential aircraft BBJ2, worth US$89,6 million or around Rp847 billion, has arrived," Minister/State Secretary Sudi Silalahi informed the press at Halim Perdanakusuma airport on Thursday.

Sudi noted that after a procurement process of at least four years, the Indonesian presidential aircraft finally arrived in Jakarta.

According to him, the new Indonesian Air Force One has been designed in such a way to meet the requirement and to make presidential trips more efficient.

The interior configuration includes an executive office, conference rooms, private offices and bedrooms.

Sudi Silalahi explained that from the state budget standpoint, the use of the new presidential aircraft will be much more efficient than using a commercial air craft.

This aircraft seats up to 63 passengers, which is the average for all Jet Jets & Prop Planes.

The Boeing BBJ2 can fly nonstop for up to 5,620 nautical miles, which is 2,505 nautical miles more than the average for all Jet Jets & Prop Planes.

This aircraft can fly its maximum range while cruising at a speed of 470 knots, which is 2.6 percent faster than the average for all Jet Jets & Prop Planes.
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Indonesia equips frigates, corvette with stealth radars

The Indonesian Navy (Tentera Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Laut: TNI-AL) will equip a total of four Ahmad Yani (Van Speijk)-class guided missile frigates and one Kapitan Pattimura (Parchim I)-class corvette with low-probability-of-intercept (LPI) naval radars.

The radars will be built by Indonesian naval sensor manufacturer PT Infra RCS, company officials told [i>IHS Jane's on 11 April.

The company describes its equipment, the IRCS LPI Radar, as a stealthy sea-based X-band (SBX) radar with frequency modulated continuous wave technology.

"It has a maximum power output of only 10 W, making it quiet and virtually invisible to radar warning receivers on enemy vessels", said Prihatno Susanto, Technical Advisor for the company. "This allows our warships to detect hostile surface combatants without being discovered".

The IRCS LPI Radar has an effective range of 24 n miles and is equipped with tracking software known as Maritime Tracking Aid that allows for automatic radar plotting aid functionality. The system's antenna rotates at 20 rpm and has a gain of about 30dB.

The radar is available as a stand-alone system but can also be integrated with a vessel's electronic chart display and information system (IRCS) and combat management system.

The vessels now equipped with the radar are the guided missile frigates KRI Ahmad Yani and KRI Abdul Halim Perdanakusuma. Both began upgrade works in December 2013. Undergoing the equipment fixture currently are similar vessels in class KRI Yos Sudarso , KRI Oswald Siahaan and the Kapitan Pattimura-class corvette KRI Sultan Taha .

Besides LPI naval radars, the company has also won a contract to equip Oswald Siahaan and Yos Sudarso with naval electronic support measures (ESM) systems that can detect electromagnetic emissions from electronic devices on enemy ships such as radar, communications equipment, jammers and missile targeting systems.

"The IRCS ESM has electronic intelligence (ELINT) capabilities that can pick up signals emitted by hostile warships from up to 90 n miles away via a passive radar", said Susanto. "Once these electromagnetic emissions are detected, a computer software that comes with the system will be able to identify, classify and pin-point the exact location of the source for commanders to take action."

The company has indicated that it is currently embarking on an effort to market both systems internationally.
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Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding lays keel of first SIGMA 10514 PKR Frigate for TNI AL (Indonesia)

In accordance with the agreed planning in the contract for the construction of a Damen SIGMA Frigate for the Indonesian Navy, the keellaying ceremony has taken place on 16 April 2014 at the PT PAL (Persero) Shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia. The construction of the 4 modules that are going to be built at PT PAL (Persero) Shipyard Surabaya and the two modules that are being built in Vlissingen, are proceeding according to schedule.
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In accordance with the agreed planning in the contract for the construction of a Damen SIGMA Frigate for the Indonesian Navy, the keellaying ceremony has taken place on 16 April 2014 at the PT PAL (Persero) Shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia. The construction of the 4 modules that are going to be built at PT PAL (Persero) Shipyard Surabaya and the two modules that are being built in Vlissingen, are proceeding according to schedule. Artist impression of TNI AL's (Indonesian Navy) SIGMA 10514 PKR (Perusak Kawal Rudal) Frigate

The construction and testing of the modules simultaneously at two different locations signifies the unique Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding modular building strategy that is unparalleled in the naval shipbuilding industry. All modules will be assembled at the PT PAL (Persero) Shipyard under main contractorship of Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding followed by Harbour Acceptance Tests and Sea Acceptance Trials.

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Furthermore, the progress for the second SIGMA 10514 PKR frigate, for which the contract was signed 14 February 2013, proceeds as scheduled and construction is foreseen to start in approximately 3 months.

Expanding Indonesian Navy
The acquisition of the SIGMA 10514 PKR Frigate is part of the further modernization and expansion of the Indonesian Navy, TNI-AL. The main missions and tasks of the SIGMA PKR 10514 will be in the domains of naval warfare as well as Maritime Security missions and tasks. Also, the ship may be used for humanitarian support tasks.

The main characteristics of the SIGMA PKR 10514 Frigate are:
Length: 105 mtr
Width: 14 mtrs
Displacement: approx. 2400 tons
Propulsion: Combined Diesel and Electric(CODOE)
Crew: 100 + 20 spare accommodation
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• Extensive Air, Surface and Sub-Surface Surveillance capabilities.
• Guided missile Systems and gun systems for Anti-Air Warfare and Anti-Surface Warfare
• Torpedo systems for Anti-Submarine Warfare
• Active and Passive Electronic Warfare Systems
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Indonesian Army demonstrates indigenously built FAC

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The Indonesian Army (Tentera Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Darat, or TNI-AD) revealed the capabilities of a locally produced fast attack craft (FAC) during a demonstration at Ancol, Jakarta, on 29 April.
The vessel, known as the Kapal Motor Cepat (KMC) Komando, was manufactured by local shipbuilder PT Tesco Indomaritim in collaboration with the TNI-AD and local tertiary institution Surabaya Institute of Technology (Intstitut Teknologi Surabaya).
The boat is designed for amphibious beach landings and has a maximum range of 250 km at a top speed of 45 kt. It can carry three crew plus 31 embarked personnel and is armed with one 12.7 mm machine gun fitted with a radar-based autonomous controller that can track and lock surface targets at up to 2 km.
A spokesperson for PT Tesco Indomaritim told IHS Jane's on 30 April that eight more vessels of the type are currently under construction at its Jakarta facility and are scheduled for delivery by the end of 2014. The company foresees more orders coming in, although this will depend on confirmation of the TNI-AD's plans.
TNI-AD Chief of Staff General Budiman, who oversaw the demonstration, told reporters that a total of nine TNI-AD regional commands (KODAM) will operate the vessel. They are namely KODAM Iskandar Muda, KODAM Bukit Barisan, KODAM Sriwijaya, KODAM Mulawarman, KODAM Wirabuana, KODAM Udayana, KODAM Tanjungpura, KODAM Patimura, and KODAM Cendrawasih.
Gen Budiman also revealed that each vessel costs IDR12 billion (USD1.04 million) including armaments and electronics.

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Indonesian Navy to acquire 16 ASW helicopters

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore and James Hardy, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly  

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The Indonesian Navy has chosen the AS565 Panther helicopter for its ASW requirement. Source: IHS/Patrick Allen  


The Indonesian Navy (Tentera Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Laut, or TNI-AL) is to acquire 16 AS565 Panther anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters from Airbus Helicopters, it announced on 28 April.

"The contract is in the final stages of being approved by the defence ministry. However, we are not able to give a timeline as to when the helicopters will be delivered", said Vice Admiral Untong Suropati, the TNI-AL's head of communications. He added that the aim is to embark the aircraft on vessels such as the SIGMA 10514-class guided-missile corvettes.

According to the TNI-AL, the decision to purchase the AS565 was made at the recommendation of aircraft manufacturer PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI), which will be involved in the production of the aircraft. PTDI has previously worked with Airbus on the manufacture of CN235 medium transport aircraft.

A PTDI spokesperson told IHS Jane's on 2 May that the company will be working with Airbus Helicopters in manufacturing the airframes and dipping sonar equipment. PTDI and Airbus Helicopters may produce all 16 aircraft in Bandung. Details for any joint production arrangements will be finalised once the contract has been confirmed by TNI-AL.

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The navy's ASW helicopter requirement is one element of Jakarta's ongoing programme to develop what it calls a 'Minimum Essential Force' (MEF), which also includes the development of a defence industrial base through transfer of technology (ToT), joint production and joint development.

Divided into three phases - 2010-2014, 2015-2019, and 2020-2024 - the navy's procurements include the ASW helicopter; the phased mid-life modernisation of two corvettes for an estimated USD100 million; two hydrographic and oceanographic research ships (USD100 million); a new sail training ship (USD80 million); and two CN 235 maritime patrol aircraft (USD60 million).

The naval air arm is organised into two wings: Udara 1 at Juanda (the main training base) and Udara 2 at Tanjung Pinang. The most modern helicopters in service are four Bell 412 EP helicopters delivered in 2012. In 2011 the navy said that the Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite was a contender for the helicopter requirement; this was likely due to the availability of SH-2Gs that were ordered and then cancelled by Australia - these aircraft have since been purchased by New Zealand.

The requirement for ASW helicopters reflects the increase in subsurface fleets in Southeast Asia. Singapore is expanding its submarine fleet from four to six boats with the procurement of two Type 218SGs from ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, while Vietnam recently received the first two of six 'Kilo'-class boats from Russia. Indonesia itself is purchasing three Chang Bogo-class diesel-electric attack submarines from South Korea, while China's ongoing naval build-up includes attack and ballistic missile submarines.

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May 22, 2014 |  Filed under: ITEC 2014,Large Display Report,Press Releases,Products |  Posted by: Insight Media


Vis/Sim – Indonesia has awarded Rheinmetall with an order for state-of-the-art simulation technology for training tank crews. By 2015 Rheinmetall will have produced a driving simulator and gunnery simulator for training Indonesian Leopard 2 personnel. The order is worth several million euros.

The Leopard Gunnery Skills Trainer (LGST) and Driver Training Simulator (DTS) are specifically designed for training Leopard 2A4 tank crews, and will primarily be used for sharpening the gunnery and combat skills of commanders, gunners, loaders and drivers.

Rheinmetall’s ultramodern TacSi technology features prominently in these simulators. Furthermore, as a leading supplier of defence technology systems, the Group is able to draw on its unsurpassed knowledge of the Leopard 2 and longstanding competence in the field of simulation, now coupled with the advantages offered by serious gaming technologies. As a result, Rheinmetall simulation products combine the virtues of the game engine in regard to visualization with the high-quality training outcomes its simulators assure.

A further advantage of the Rheinmetall system: several simulators can be networked to enable tactical training at platoon and company level. In terms of design, the simulators just ordered by Indonesia are similar to systems that have already proven highly effective in day-to-day military training operations.

For example, in recent years Rheinmetall has supplied the Canadian armed forces with a total of 18 gunnery simulators and two driver training simulators for Leopard 2 tank crews. All of these systems have been up and running since March 2014. These two contracts underscore once again the global trust placed in Rheinmetall’s simulation technology and Leopard 2 expertise.

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DVD 2014: Indonesian SAMs break cover, promising enhanced anti-UAV capability

Nick Brown, Editor, IDR, Millbrook Proving Ground
- IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

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Indonesia's new Starstreak-armed light SAM system will also carry LMM, affording the system a surface-to-surface and anti-UAV capability. Source: IHS/Patrick Allen    
 

The new Land Rover-based surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems destined for Indonesia went on public display for the first time at the Defence Vehicle Dynamics (DV) exhibition at Millbrook Proving Ground on 25 June.

Indonesia ordered the Thales Starstreak SAMs as part of a wider ForceShield air defence package in January 2014 and is understood to have subsequently signed up to acquire Thales' Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) in mid-June. Both missiles share a similar physical footprint and are virtually identical from the warhead back, with exactly the same physical connector on their canisters to link into the pedestal mount, enabling the weapons to be carried in mixed loads.

LMM is primarily an anti-surface weapon - it has been selected for the UK's new Future Anti-Surface Guided Weapon (Light) requirement, for example - but it also offers a limited air-defence capability. Warrant Officer Graham Chastell, a member of the UK Defence And Security Organisation's Export Support Group, told IHS Jane's that the weapon's shaped charge/blast fragmentation warhead offers a better capability against small unmanned aerial vehicles and slow helicopters than the triple-hittile Starstreak.

Three ready-to-fire weapons are carried on a pedestal mounted on Land Rover 110 twin-cab vehicles, outfitted for the role by Hobson Industries. Modifications include building a flat loadbed with fold-out sides to increase the operator area, mechanical stabilisers to steady the platform and limited shielding on the rear of the cab. The Land Rover's traditional cargo area is retained beneath the firing platform, offering storage for six missile reloads and other spares.

Thales refused to specify any delivery dates or discuss build numbers, citing customer confidentiality. However, an Indonesian defence source told IHS Jane's earlier in the year that "the British system consists of five batteries costing USD170 million. Funds have been allocated for both, but the systems have yet to be delivered."

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Indonesia's new Starstreak SAM vehicles have been outfitted by Hobson Industries and offer space for six canisterised reloads beneath the firing platform. (IHS/Patrick Allen)

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Indonesian Air Force integrates indigenous bombs on F-16, Su-30


The Indonesian Air Force has managed to integrate two indigenous bombs, BTN-100 and BT-200, on their F-16s and Sukhoi fighters.


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Indonesian Shipyard PT PAL launched the third 60m Fast Missile Craft KCR-60M for TNI AL

Indonesian shipyard PT PAL launched the third and final KCR-60 Fast Attack Missile Craft for the Indonesian Navy (TNI AL). The first KCR-60 have already been handed over to the Indonesian Navy on 28th June and was given the name KRI Sampari.

The second KCR-60, currently in the testing phase and is named KRI Tombak, and the third ship is named KRI Halasan that has just been officially launched marking the completion of manufacture. The launch was marked by entering the ship into the water in the docks of PT PAL in Surabaya.

Indonesian shipyard PT PAL launched the third and final KCR-60 Fast Attack Missile Craft for the Indonesian Navy (TNI AL). The first KCR-60 have already been handed over to the Indonesian Navy on 28th June and was given the name KRI Sampari.

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Artist impression of KCR-60M Fast Missile Craft
(Picture: PT PAL)

According the shipyard, the vessel has the following specifications:

60 Meter Fast Missile Craft KCR-60M)
- Length Overall (LOA): 59.80 M
- Length waterline (LWL): 54.82 M
- Width: 8:10 M
- Height: 4.85 M
- Draft at full charge: 2.60 M
- Displacement: 460 Ton

Speed at Beaufort Scale Sea State 2 and 1:
- Maximum speed 28 knots
- Cruising Speed 20 knots
- Economical Speed 15 knots

Armament systems
1 X 57 mm cannon Home
2 X 20 mm guns
2 X 2 surface anti-ship missile launchers (SSM)
2 X Decoy Launcher

Navigation
Have the resilience to navigate in all weather up to Sea State 6

Endurance at sea: 9 days
Cruising range: 2,400 nm at a speed of 20 knots
Accommodation: 43 people

KCR 60m is designed by considering the eligibility criteria of the sea as follows:
Patrol duties until the sea state 3
Operation of the weapon up to sea state 4
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