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Head Type-209 / 1400 diesel submarines arrived in Indonesia

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After the 15-day crossing from South Korea, the first diesel-electric submarines of the Type-209 / 1400 project arrived in Indonesia, reports TSAMTO.

Head Type-209 / 1400 diesel submarines arrived in Indonesia


The submarine, called Nagapasa, will be part of the East fleet Indonesia (KOARMATIM).

The contract between the Indonesian Navy and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for the supply of three diesel-electric submarines was concluded in December 2011. The transaction value is $ 1,1 billion.

Under the terms of the agreement, the first two diesel-electric submarines will be built at the DSME facility in South Korea, and the third submarine - at the PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya (Indonesia). "Blocks of the third submarine will be built in the Republic of Korea and sent to Indonesia for final assembly after the transfer of the necessary technology," - said in a statement.

The submarine is designed to perform various tasks, including anti-ship warfare, the fight against enemy submarines, the laying of mines and the support of MTR operations.

Nagapasa will be the first submarine accepted for service by the Indonesian Navy for more than a 30-year period (the last two diesel-electric submarines, the Chakra and Nanggala, were transferred to the fleet in the 1980's).

Publication reference: “1400-ton DEPL" Type-209 / 1400 "class" Chang Bogo "has a length of 61,3 m and width 6,25 m. Crew - 32 person (including 5 officers). The diesel-electric diesel engine is equipped with four MTU 12V493 diesel engines and develops a maximum speed of the 21 knot in the underwater position and 11 of knots in the surface, the cruising range in the naval position is about 10000 nautical miles. The armament will consist of eight 10-mm torpedo tubes capable of launching torpedoes, mines and rockets. ”
Photos used:
TSAMTO / nasional.kompas.com
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  1. maxim947
    maxim947 31 August 2017 12: 26
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    Well done Koreans, of course, they can and do everything, even enviably.
    And if they unite, they will do even more. A lot of cheap power plus a highly developed industry will do the trick.
    1. Vladimir16
      Vladimir16 31 August 2017 14: 54
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      Why Indonesia Submarine? Koreans make money. Well done. But why do Indonesia need them, and even for a price that is almost twice the real value? Just cut dough. Or Indonesia was going to fight. Or maybe they defend themselves ?: From whom and with whom?
      I understand when countries spend money on the police. Police ensure order within the country. But the military spending of some Bulgaria is beyond my understanding.
      Really independent countries - count on the fingers.
      Indonesia, Australia, Chile, Sudan, Mozambique and the like, why do they need the Armed Forces? The United States will deliver them with cancer, regardless of whether they have submarines or not. Those who are friends with the Russians rely on our sun.
      It turns out a divorce is all. Kidnyak. Papuans are hired by a big brother.
      Bulgarians cannot sell bell pepper in the EU, but military aircraft must buy !!! fool
  2. maxim1987
    maxim1987 31 August 2017 12: 28
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    normal junk laughing
    1. jjj
      jjj 31 August 2017 13: 08
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      One of the most working German projects. And in its class, perhaps the most effective in terms of price-quality ratio. Although already an old man
  3. sabakina
    sabakina 31 August 2017 12: 32
    +5
    Crew - 32 person

    In the photo there are 13 people. I wonder where another 20 bodies are located on this pelvis?
    1. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 31 August 2017 13: 02
      +10
      I wonder where another 20 bodies are located on this pelvis?
      ... on oars .. laughing
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 31 August 2017 12: 33
    +1
    The diesel-electric submarine is equipped with four MTU 12V493 diesel engines and develops a maximum speed of 21 knots in the underwater position and 11 knots in the surface, the cruising range in the surface is about 10000 nautical miles at a speed of 10

    ... but "dives" by how much?
    1. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 31 August 2017 13: 10
      +5
      Working immersion depth 200 meters
      Ultimate immersion depth 280 meters
  5. bagr69
    bagr69 31 August 2017 15: 33
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    For some reason, I remembered "Baby" from the Features of national fishing. "
  6. Oleg7700
    Oleg7700 31 August 2017 19: 02
    +1
    Indonesian U209 / 1400 egyptian interior u209 / 1400
    1. Radius
      Radius 1 September 2017 05: 06
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      Our dizeluham such a "stuffing" inside and in science fiction films never dreamed of!
      1. Oleg7700
        Oleg7700 1 September 2017 12: 19
        +1
        U209 of different generations is a very successful project. Brazilian, Ecuadorian ...,
      2. V
        V 1 September 2017 17: 56
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        Our technologies are different. Do not think that LCD screens are an exclusive that only Koreans have and that this will allow the submarine to be invulnerable.
        Our submarines can perform the whole range of tasks. How much these boats can carry out combat missions is an interesting question.
        It's like with yachts that are made in the UK: technology of the 60s - 70s in the engine, in equipment, and in materials, but inside the yachts there is a luxury finish, which, at first glance, speaks about Hi-Tech.
        Russian folk wisdom says: "they are met by clothes, escorted by the mind."
        1. Oleg7700
          Oleg7700 1 September 2017 18: 39
          +1
          The pictures are far from new boats: I think the latest South Korean ones are even more modern. The screens only reflect the result obtained by the rest of the "stuffing", and new generations can no longer work with information in another way, without an interactive screen, what can you do ... The Central Design Bureau Rubin sees the Lada submarine like that.
  7. V
    V 1 September 2017 18: 53
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    Quote: Oleg7700
    The pictures are far from new boats: I think the latest South Korean ones are even more modern. The screens only reflect the result obtained by the rest of the "stuffing", and new generations can no longer work with information in another way, without an interactive screen, what can you do ...

    My friend, “even more modern” is a relative concept. Have to "chew" ...
    It is hardly possible to speak of “modern” when you do not have technology in metal alloys, in radar, and in weapons. This is the minimum that allows the "product" to survive.
    In metal processing technologies, Russia is ahead of the rest for decades.
    In radar technologies (including sonars) - ahead of the rest.
    In electronic warfare, the ability to achieve the results that the Russian Federation has means that you are the first to discover.
    Fortunately for our compatriots (civilians, military and others who are in our territory), if you know how to jam "any detection", then you are a leader in the same segment.
    "The dog barks - the caravan goes" © folk wisdom.
    1. Oleg7700
      Oleg7700 1 September 2017 23: 04
      +1
      I am only about type 209. It turns out this Indonesian (plus two more in the contract) is equipped with the combat information and control system MSI-90U Mk-2 Submarine Combat Management System Kongsberg, the lip is not a fool. Have a nice weekend...