Home Tags Indonesian Navy

Tag: Indonesian Navy

PT Lundin launches replacement stealth trimaran for TNI-AL

Indonesian shipbuilder PT Lundin has launched a new trimaran-hull fast missile attack craft for the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL), the future KRI Golok (688), at...

Indonesia signs for new and refurbished Italian frigates

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri announced on 10 June that it will supply six new multirole frigates based on its Bergamini (Fregata Europea Multi-Missione – FREMM)-class...

Missing Indonesian submarine declared sunk, human error ruled out

KRI Nanggala, an Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) Cakra-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) that was reported missing in the Bali Sea on 21 April, has been found...
Indonesia-Submarine-Cakra-1

Indonesian submarine reported missing in Bali Sea, search and rescue operations...

An Indonesian navy (TNI-AL) Cakra (Type 209/1300)-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) has been reported missing and an international search and rescue is presently underway in...
RIMPAC

COVID Setback for SOF Training

Published in the November/December 2020 Issue - Special operations training programmes across the Indo-Pacific region have been significantly hampered by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Special...
Joko-Widodo

The Politics of Defence

Will the controversial new Defence Minister use his position to continue armed forces modernisation or further his own political ambitions? The surprising appointment of Prabowo...
BT-3F

Indonesia seeks more Russian BT-3F amphibious vehicles

Indonesia is eyeing a second batch of up to 79 Russian BT-3F tracked amphibious infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) worth up to $289 million for...
Rafael-Spike-Missile

Sub Hunters are in demand

The rise in the number of submarines being operated in Indo-Pacific waters has naturally led to a corresponding need for platforms, particularly maritime multi-mission...
Lundin-X12

Indonesia powers ahead High Speed Patrol boats

Indonesian shipyard PT Lundin, also known as North Sea Boats, is looking to expand its regional sales following its latest commercial success with the...

Coastal Watchkeepers

Unmanned systems are making the monitoring of coastal borders a less labour intensive. Although the Asia Pacific region has remained free from major conflicts in...

Highlight of the Month

Recent Articles

X