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Indonesia’s Naval Modernization in Focus with New Fast Attack Craft Order
January 09, 2019
Indonesia’s Naval Modernization in Focus with New Fast Attack Craft Order
Jakarta continues to add to its capabilities in spite of the challenges that remain.
Indonesia’s Naval Modernization in Focus with New Fast Attack Craft Order
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
September 24, 2018
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
The Southeast Asian state continues to make incremental progress in its efforts amid lingering challenges.
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
New PC-40 Vessel Spotlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
July 11, 2018
New PC-40 Vessel Spotlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
A look at what the commissioning of a new vessel means for Indonesia's wider defense modernization.
New PC-40 Vessel Spotlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
What’s in the Indonesia Navy’s New Tank Landing Ship?
July 09, 2018
What’s in the Indonesia Navy’s New Tank Landing Ship?
A look at the broader significance of a recent vessel launch.
What’s in the Indonesia Navy’s New Tank Landing Ship?
Exercise Komodo 2018 Puts Indonesia Navy in the Spotlight
May 01, 2018
Exercise Komodo 2018 Puts Indonesia Navy in the Spotlight
The Southeast Asian state will host the biggest iteration yet of its biennial multilateral exercise.
Exercise Komodo 2018 Puts Indonesia Navy in the Spotlight
Indonesia Gets a New Submarine From South Korea
April 28, 2018
Indonesia Gets a New Submarine From South Korea
Jakarta took a step towards getting another South Korean-built submarine, putting the spotlight once again on its capabilities.
Indonesia Gets a New Submarine From South Korea
Indonesia Launches New PC-40 Warship
March 29, 2018
Indonesia Launches New PC-40 Warship
Jakarta unveils another vessel that marks a capability boost amid familiar challenges that remain.
Indonesia Launches New PC-40 Warship
US, Indonesia Conclude Military Exercise
July 26, 2017
US, Indonesia Conclude Military Exercise
Washington and Jakarta completed another iteration of a marine tactical warfare simulation.
US, Indonesia Conclude Military Exercise
Indonesia Gets First SIGMA 10514 Warship
January 27, 2017
Indonesia Gets First SIGMA 10514 Warship
Delivery of first of two vessels proceeds as scheduled.
Indonesia Gets First SIGMA 10514 Warship
Indonesia to Export First Ever Warship in Boost for Shipbuilding Industry
January 19, 2016
Indonesia to Export First Ever Warship in Boost for Shipbuilding Industry
The first locally-built strategic sealift vessel will be delivered to the Philippines in May.
Indonesia to Export First Ever Warship in Boost for Shipbuilding Industry
Indonesia’s Navy Inducts Missile Craft into Western Fleet
August 07, 2015
Indonesia’s Navy Inducts Missile Craft into Western Fleet
Jakarta adds three KCR-40-class anti-ship missile craft to its arsenal.
Indonesia’s Navy Inducts Missile Craft into Western Fleet
US, Indonesia Kick Off Naval Exercise to Boost Maritime Cooperation
August 06, 2015
US, Indonesia Kick Off Naval Exercise to Boost Maritime Cooperation
CARAT Indonesia 2015 begins.
US, Indonesia Kick Off Naval Exercise to Boost Maritime Cooperation
Indonesian Military Chief: 'ISIS Is the Worst Idea in History'
November 01, 2014
Indonesian Military Chief: 'ISIS Is the Worst Idea in History'
In a speech this week, Gen Moeldoko said “ISIS is the worst idea in history. ISIS is not Islamic. I am a Muslim."
Indonesian Military Chief: 'ISIS Is the Worst Idea in History'
Indonesia Beefs Up Air Force in South China Sea
April 07, 2014
Indonesia Beefs Up Air Force in South China Sea
Indonesia is deploying Su-27s, Su-30s, and AH-64E Apache helicopters to a South China Sea air base.
Indonesia Beefs Up Air Force in South China Sea
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
July 19, 2013
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
RSIS’s Koh Swee Lean Collin gives The Diplomat the lowdown on TNI-AL’s expanding subsurface fleet.
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
July 16, 2013
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
The Strait of Malacca’s littoral states-Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia-all operate underwater fleets.
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
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