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Indonesia Launches Third <em>Nagapasa</em>-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
April 11, 2019
Indonesia Launches Third Nagapasa-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
The first locally assembled Nagapasa-class sub was launched on April 11.
Indonesia Launches Third Nagapasa-Class Diesel Electric Attack Submarine
Indonesia, South Korea Close to Signing Attack Submarine Deal
February 14, 2019
Indonesia, South Korea Close to Signing Attack Submarine Deal
Indonesian is close to signing a contract for three more Type 209/1400 diesel-electric attack submarines.
Indonesia, South Korea Close to Signing Attack Submarine Deal
Indonesia Commissions First Attack Submarine in 34 Years
August 03, 2017
Indonesia Commissions First Attack Submarine in 34 Years
The new submarine will be a major boost to Indonesia’s burgeoning undersea warfare capabilities.
Indonesia Commissions First Attack Submarine in 34 Years
South Korea Launches 2nd Indonesian Attack Submarine
October 24, 2016
South Korea Launches 2nd Indonesian Attack Submarine
Indonesia’s undersea warfare capability is slowly expanding.
South Korea Launches 2nd Indonesian Attack Submarine
South Korea Launches First Indonesian Stealth Submarine
March 29, 2016
South Korea Launches First Indonesian Stealth Submarine
Following last week’s launch, the attack submarine will undergo extensive sea trials off the South Korean coast.
South Korea Launches First Indonesian Stealth Submarine
France Offers Indonesian Navy’s Diesel-Electric Sub New Combat System
January 12, 2016
France Offers Indonesian Navy’s Diesel-Electric Sub New Combat System
French shipbuilder DCNS is offering a new combat system also used on board French nuclear submarines.
France Offers Indonesian Navy’s Diesel-Electric Sub New Combat System
Will Indonesia Buy French Stealth Submarines?
October 08, 2015
Will Indonesia Buy French Stealth Submarines?
Jakarta is interested in bolstering its deterrence capabilities.
Will Indonesia Buy French Stealth Submarines?
Tough Times Ahead for the Indonesian Navy?
August 18, 2015
Tough Times Ahead for the Indonesian Navy?
The Indonesian Navy may struggle to meet its Minimum Essential Force targets by 2024. A rethink may be needed.
Tough Times Ahead for the Indonesian Navy?
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