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"...menghabiskan hari harinya terikat di dermaga daripada beroperasi di lautan..." ouch thats hurt.

So based on the video our side picked the aip instead, altough the Naval Group guaranted that conventional scorpene could be upgraded with Li-ion battery. But the Li-ion tech for the scorpene will be avilable on 2030 onwards .
 
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This is certainly something new for me: Mogami-class (JS Kumano) aft access door to launch and recover RHIB and other small boats / Unmanned vessels.

 

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This is certainly something new for me: Mogami-class (JS Kumano) aft access door to launch and recover RHIB and other small boats / Unmanned vessels.


The FFM stands for frigate and minesweepers all in one form. The USV will be used for anti sub and anti mining purpose.

This ships really excels in the underwater domain. That's what the JMSDF intend this ship to do.
 

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Imo, divest all Parchims and legacy hull, maybe the savings from maintaining those could help the financing on new frigate.

We would likely see these frigates in the next decade or so ......
 

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Imo, divest all Parchims and legacy hull, maybe the savings from maintaining those could help the financing on new frigate.

We would likely see these frigates in the next decade or so ......
And delegate patrol duty fully to other agencies like Bakamla. That way they can focus their operational budget, crews, logistics on bigger ships.

But knowing the amount of dirty money they can get while on patrol duty, slim chance they will let it go.
 

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Imo, divest all Parchims and legacy hull, maybe the savings from maintaining those could help the financing on new frigate.

We would likely see these frigates in the next decade or so ......
The operational cost and logistics for gas turbines that Maestrale have will go through the roof.
 

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Imo, divest all Parchims and legacy hull, maybe the savings from maintaining those could help the financing on new frigate.

We would likely see these frigates in the next decade or so ......
The operational cost and logistics for gas turbines as the main engines that Maestrale have will go through the roof. And there's also the rumored Pohang class.
 

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And delegate patrol duty fully to other agencies like Bakamla. That way they can focus their operational budget, crews, logistics on bigger ships.

Divest all 14 Parchim​
Divest the remaining non-modernized Fatahillah FF​
Divest all 5 Van Speijk FFG​
Divest all 3 Badik FAC​
Transfer policing duties to Bakamla/Polair or whatever​
Relegate the remaining U-209/1300 to training duties​
The money saved from upkeep and operationalization of those dinosaurs could be used to help ease the burden on finance of :
Modernizing all 3 F2000 FFG with sensors and armament close to the Σ class frigate​
Prepare for Diponegoro class MLU​
Invest in all the planned major surface combatants (2 AH140, 6 FREMM, 4 Mogami ?? etc)​
Invest in all planned submarines​
Stock-up munitions​
Taking into account the recent navy re-organization and their stated goals towards rebalancing all 3 fleets with uniform capability (no more favoritism towards one articular fleet ).

Each Koarmada should have an equally strong independent surface combatants division, independent submarine division and each with an equally capable air wing, equally capable sealift command.

it's main formation is something like this:

Koarmada 1 :
  • 1 AH 140 (Multirole *AAW)
  • 2 FREMM Bergamini (Multirole *ASW)
  • 1 F2000 (Multirole)
  • 2 Maestrale (Multirole *ASW)
  • 2 KCR 60
  • 2 SSK
Koarmada 2 :
  • 1 AH 140 (Multirole *AAW)
  • 2 FREMM Bergamini (Multirole *ASW)
  • 2 Σ 10514 (Multirole)
  • 2 F2000 (Multirole)
  • 2 KCR 60
  • 2 SSK
Koarmada 3 :
  • 2 FREMM Bergamini (Multirole *ASW)
  • 4 Σ9013 corvette (multirole)
  • 2 modernized Fatahillah FF
  • 2KCR 60
  • 2 SSK
Each fleet will be able to defend itself using its own existing asset if need be, nowadays not all fleet enjoy the same capability, most of the navy best units are in the 2nd fleet Surabaya and the other 2 fleet will be dependent on fleet escort from the 2nd fleet asset.

And if the situation necessitate jointness, all 3 fleets could be merged into a single fleet command (KOARMADA RI)

but that's just personal opinion.
 

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