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Indonesia received a second non-nuclear Korean-built submarine

Indonesia's naval forces were replenished with a second non-nuclear Nagapasa class submarine (Tip-209 / 1400). The submarine made the 22-day transition from Okpo (South Korea) and arrived in Indonesian Surabaya.

Indonesia received a second non-nuclear Korean-built submarine

According TSAMTO with reference to Jane's Defense Weekly, the adoption of a submarine, called "Ardadedali" is expected in service in the coming weeks. The submarine will be used for anti-submarine and anti-ship warfare, setting up minefields and supporting MTR operations.

Nagapas-type submarines were built according to the modified German project 209 / 1400. With a displacement of 1586 tons, the length of the hull is 61,2 meters. Surface speed of 11 nodes, subsea - 22 node. The working depth is 200 meters, maximum 280 meters. Sailing Range - 10000 miles. Crew - 40 man.

The submarine is armed with eight 533-mm torpedo tubes, which allow launching torpedoes, mines and rockets.

In total, the Indonesian Navy plans to increase the number of submarines to 2024 by 12 year. In addition to the construction of submarines by a Korean firm, Jakarta is negotiating with Russian, French and Turkish manufacturing companies.
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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 22 May 2018 13: 16
    So I think ... this is how it was necessary to charm the world, so that everyone, even the Papuans of Bangladesh, began to arm themselves.
    1. Chicha squad
      Chicha squad 22 May 2018 13: 18
      Is everybody so afraid of Russia?
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 22 May 2018 13: 21
        Quote: Chicha Squad
        Is everybody so afraid of Russia?

        Someone is afraid of Russia, and someone and Western democracy.
        1. Separ DNR
          Separ DNR 22 May 2018 13: 49
          Quote: NEXUS
          Someone is afraid of Russia, and someone is western democracy.

          Democratic trap Yes
  2. Oleg7700
    Oleg7700 22 May 2018 15: 23
    "The Indonesian authorities announced the renaming of the waters of the South China Sea northeast of the islands of Natun County to the" North Sea of ​​Natun. "Local officials emphasized that the renaming affected the part of the sea that falls within their declared exclusive economic zone, the Maritime Telegraph reports.
    However, it is noted that this exclusive economic zone coincides with the shipping line of China, around which conflicts do not stop. On February 22, 2016, Indonesia destroyed 23 fishing boats during a recent territorial conflict with the Chinese, one of seven Chinese ships undermined by the Indonesian authorities in Batam. Photo: Sei Ratifa / AFP / Getty Images