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In Indonesia for the Philippine Navy a dock ship was launched

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At the shipyard of the Indonesian state company PT PAL, the landing ship dock (DCD) LD 601 Tarlac under construction for the Philippines has been launched, the overall technical readiness of which was 85%, the blog reports bmpd.


In Indonesia for the Philippine Navy a dock ship was launched


Delivery of the ship to the customer is scheduled for the end of May of this year. The contract for the construction of the 2-DKD was signed at the beginning of 2014. Its cost is about $ 91 million.

“PT PAL Indonesia won an international tender held by the Philippines for a ship project, which is, in fact, a reduced modification of the Makassar-class DKD built for the Indonesian Navy under the project of the South Korean corporation Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME). The contract for the construction of two SSV ships for the Philippines was the most significant export success of the Indonesian shipbuilding industry in the entire history"- said the blogger, with reference to the Philippine media.

After launching the lead ship into the water, the shipyard began cutting steel for the 2 DDC.

Help bmpd: "The DKD under construction for the Philippine Navy has a total displacement of about 7000 tons, a length of 123 m and a width of 21,8 m. The power plant includes two B&W 9L38 / 32A medium-speed diesel engines with 3000 hp each, providing a speed of up to 16 knots. The ship has a dock chamber for basing two LCU-23M landing boats, a cargo hold and is capable of carrying up to 520 airborne troops and 2800 tons of cargo. The flight deck has two landing pads for Sikorsky UH-60 class helicopters. The armament of the ship, at the request of the Philippines, should include one medium-caliber universal artillery mount (presumably 76-mm Oto Melara Compact) and two 30-mm artillery mounts. "

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  1. Dimontius
    Dimontius 21 January 2016 15: 55
    -11 qualifying.
    Well, if they have a US base on their territory, then we will sink them. In vain try the Filipinos!
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 21 January 2016 16: 03
      +3
      Well, if they have a US base on their territory, then we will sink them. In vain try the Filipinos!

      Then the news passed, supposedly in the territory of the SAR the American base is also being built. Che, in Syria, too, fucking ?! wassat
      1. makst83
        makst83 21 January 2016 16: 07
        12
        away from the essence! wink
        I have a question, 100500 times each of us crushed him, at least to himself - really the St. Petersburg shipyards or "Yantar" can not rivet a dozen of the same boxes (performance characteristics are almost identical), than our shipyards are worse? recourse
        py.s. do not judge strictly, my opinion, the question is VERY correct! winked
        1. Bayonet
          Bayonet 21 January 2016 16: 22
          +1
          Quote: makst83
          I have a question, 100500 times each of us crushed him, at least to himself - really the St. Petersburg shipyards or "Yantar" can not rivet a dozen of the same boxes (performance characteristics are almost identical), than our shipyards are worse?

          Isn't it clear? And when they write - "Yes, we don't need it ...", I remember the catch phrase of the second lieutenant from the "White sun of the desert" - "He has the wrong system of grenades. ...." smile
          By the way, how is Gren doing there?
        2. Wiruz
          Wiruz 21 January 2016 16: 24
          +2
          100500 times each of us crushed him, at least to himself - really the St. Petersburg shipyards or "Yantar" can not rivet a dozen of the same boxes (practically identical), than our shipyards are worse?

          Peter is not enough. He knew how to build a fleet. Apparently, the fleet is not nice to Putin.
        3. dmi.pris
          dmi.pris 21 January 2016 18: 33
          +2
          Anyone can put together a box at home ... Here you need a project, a shipyard, a bunch of forever leading subcontractors, specialists, etc. .. It wouldn’t hurt the engines (but there aren’t any ..), would you put them on the completed buildings .. Continue the list ?? at the top of the list would put the gallows with the dangling hunchback and the Yeltsin team of liberals ...
          Quote: makst83
          away from the essence! wink
          I have a question, 100500 times each of us crushed him, at least to himself - really the St. Petersburg shipyards or "Yantar" can not rivet a dozen of the same boxes (performance characteristics are almost identical), than our shipyards are worse? recourse
          py.s. do not judge strictly, my opinion, the question is VERY correct! winked
      2. sa-ag
        sa-ag 21 January 2016 16: 39
        -1
        Quote: Wiruz
        Che, in Syria, too, fucking ?!

        So already hollowed out :-)
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 21 January 2016 16: 04
      +2
      They buy them to butt with the PLA for the disputed islands and sea zones. Also, they already have 1 island with Muslims, Villat announced and swore allegiance to IS.
  2. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 21 January 2016 15: 55
    +2
    Work great however.
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 21 January 2016 16: 02
      +9
      In the next topic about Sigma, I wrote:
      2 ship stung to 4bn Philippine wrappers (91 million dollars!).
      2015 began cutting metal in January - a descent in a year! Box 7k!

      In essence, the DKVD is a Makasar project (two of them were bought by Peru, well, the Philippines 2), the project was done by South Koreans, actively using civilian technologies, the goal is simple:
      To create an ultra-cheap (about 40 million for the basic kit) DKVD for the 1 battalion with helicopters, autonomy and the capabilities of an adult ship, which would be built quickly, without any special requirements, was modular (Indonesians have a 4 ship, each does not look like the next, there is a small one with 1 platform, 592 and 593 cases in general on 3 helipads).
  3. Wiruz
    Wiruz 21 January 2016 15: 57
    +5
    Similar ships and we need to build to replace the BDK. No, I am not against UDC with a continuous flight deck, but how many x will be built? Four? Well six at best. But such landing ships need to be built in larger numbers, and for all fleets. What will go to Syria! laughing
    1. chunga-changa
      chunga-changa 21 January 2016 18: 11
      +5
      Our local "experts" have long explained that we have "no tasks" for such ships. Such is the squiggle, nothing can be done - only BDK, only hardcore.
    2. Dart2027
      Dart2027 21 January 2016 19: 17
      0
      Quote: Wiruz
      No, I am not against UDC with a continuous flight deck, but how many x will be built? Four? Well six at best

      And no more. The Mistrals also planned only four.
    3. Scraptor
      Scraptor 21 January 2016 21: 44
      -1
      You definitely don’t need more - the RF has not a lot of marines, only 8000, and not all paratroopers. If you make room in the cockpits, you would have drowned in just two KABs in just 2 ...
  4. Wiruz
    Wiruz 21 January 2016 15: 57
    0
    The article does not say anything about how many tanks / armored personnel carriers it can carry. Nobody will enlighten?
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 21 January 2016 16: 07
      +2
      up to 40 infantry vehicles

      There inside the 2 TDCs are still quite large.
  5. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn 21 January 2016 15: 59
    +2
    It seems that the landing over the horizon is now a priority. Even such small ships are imprisoned for this.
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 21 January 2016 16: 05
      +1
      What does this have to do with it? The Philippines is like an island state. Not every coast of their own country is equipped with a pier for receiving ships. Here you have the need to have DCD.
      1. Stirbjorn
        Stirbjorn 21 January 2016 16: 39
        +2
        Do we have every shore? or shore of a likely enemy? My post was to the fact that all over the world they depart from landing ships with a direct landing on the shore, in the direction of over-horizon landing. That is, DKD or UDC replace the usual BDK, like our long-suffering Grena. Which, after so many years of construction, becomes an obsolete ship in its essence
        1. Scraptor
          Scraptor 21 January 2016 21: 52
          -2
          And what's the point in it? Aviation will reach the horizon ...
          1. Scraptor
            Scraptor 21 January 2016 23: 06
            -1
            in general, barges / lighters simply make it possible to land on a shallow shallow shore, modern BDKs can do this with almost the same success

            The only combat landing with the DKD was the Falkdends, the ships approached the shore so that the barges scurried faster and there was nothing beyond the horizon.
            the British, waiting for the moment, hung around the islands before this for three weeks and swore that they did not have nose ramps wassat

            let you minusvalschiki will somehow go from military practice ...

            With the use of LCAC, too, you can’t make a lot of things over the horizon and need separate vessels for their transportation, then it’s better to use ekranoplans, where are they? There were 5 pieces ...
  6. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 21 January 2016 16: 17
    -1
    Well, buy a couple of these from Philippine, at cost!
  7. 31rus
    31rus 21 January 2016 16: 19
    +2
    Dear ones, here’s an example of exactly the right approach to building and strategy of the fleet, clearly, precisely, extremely clear, cheap, and what’s more, it’s just that the technology has been well noticed from the civilian with minimal alterations to the military, and we are only thinking about starting our development since 2030 (from the Gaidar forum)
    1. VALERIK_097
      VALERIK_097 21 January 2016 16: 39
      0
      Explain the example: Never compare the ships of the Navy and civilian troughs (ice on board)
      1. Bayonet
        Bayonet 21 January 2016 18: 19
        0
        Quote: VALERIK_097
        Never compare Navy ships and civilian troughs (ice on board)

        VALERIK! On civilians, too, people walk alive! Why would this "ice floe in their side" ???
      2. mav1971
        mav1971 21 January 2016 20: 20
        -1
        Quote: VALERIK_097
        Explain the example: Never compare the ships of the Navy and civilian troughs (ice on board)


        How special is the tactics of using a landing dock ship that civilian technologies cannot be used in the construction of its hull?

        In my opinion, there is not a single obstacle to this.
  8. LPD17
    LPD17 21 January 2016 22: 14
    +2
    Already Asian islanders are building a DVDK. Well, by 2030 we are immediately an aircraft carrier. Probably. If we want. Maybe.
    The glory of United Russia is all for the election !!!!! Maybe they will add money from PLATO for good (in the sense of an aircraft carrier), or from auctions to gasoline with diesel fuel ?!
    wow ... backing track ...