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No more pohang but 056 instead.
What do you guys think?
The Pohangs are too old. With the type 056 we could replace the original Chinese radar/weapons and install our own preferred sub system. Maybe use the same subsystems with the Diponegoro upgrades in a hypothetical MLU ?
 

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2 Indonesian Warships Auctioned for IDR 11 Billion

"KRI Teluk Penyu sold for IDR 5.5 billion and Teluk Mandar IDR 5.8 billion, a total of IDR 11.4 billion," DJKN Auction Director Joko Prihanto said in a DJKN media briefing, quoted on Saturday (21/1/2023).

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Navy holds Banda Yudha operation to secure Indonesia's eastern waters​


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The Navy's Karel Satsuitubun-356 Warship docked at the Kendari Navy Base Pier, Southeast Sulawesi, Saturday (January 21, 2023). (ANTARA/Harianto)

Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi (ANTARA) - The Naval Combat Force (Guspurla) of Fleet Command III (Koarmada III) held the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation to secure and safeguard the sovereignty of Indonesia's eastern and central sea waters.

Chief of the Guspurla Koarmada III Staff Colonel Rio Henrimuko Yumm stated in Kendari on Saturday that his side conducted the operation to showcase the Navy mariners' readiness in facing threats to the nation's sovereignty at sea.

"The Guspurla Kormada III is on the Karel Satsuitubun-356 Warship in order to carry out the sea combat alert operation," Yumm stated.

The Navy's Karel Satsuitubun-356 warship is docked at the Kendari Navy Base Pier in Kendari City, Southeast Sulawesi, to conduct the Banda Yudha 23 patrol and operation to guard the sea waters of eastern and central Indonesia.

Colonel Yumm stated that the Banda Yudha 23 operation will be conducted in four stages, with the first phase in the Southeast Sulawesi sea area for 45 days.

He explained that the Banda Yudha operation aims to prepare mariners for overwater and underwater warfare and to be able to cooperate with air defense elements.

Meanwhile, Commander of the Karel Satsuitubun-356 warship Colonel Agus Setiawan stated that his side welcomed the implementation of Banda Yudha 23 by the Guspurla Koarmada III.

"We have the honor and opportunity to dock at the Kendari Naval Base Pier in the framework of the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation. This operation is under the command of Guspurla Koarmada III," he stated.

He said that the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation focuses on training mariners to boost their professionalism and readiness to fight at sea.

He deems this operation as vital as the waters of Southeast Sulawesi Province directly face the Banda Sea, where the Indonesian Islands Waterways (ALKI) III had been established.

Related news: New Navy chief of staff should defend maritime sovereignty: President
Related news: Navy invites 47 countries for 2023 Multilateral Naval Exercise Komodo
Related news: Navy to refurbish 41 warships





Reporter: M Harianto, Kenzu
Editor: Sri Haryati
COPYRIGHT © ANTARA 2023



 

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Navy holds Banda Yudha operation to secure Indonesia's eastern waters​


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The Navy's Karel Satsuitubun-356 Warship docked at the Kendari Navy Base Pier, Southeast Sulawesi, Saturday (January 21, 2023). (ANTARA/Harianto)

Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi (ANTARA) - The Naval Combat Force (Guspurla) of Fleet Command III (Koarmada III) held the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation to secure and safeguard the sovereignty of Indonesia's eastern and central sea waters.

Chief of the Guspurla Koarmada III Staff Colonel Rio Henrimuko Yumm stated in Kendari on Saturday that his side conducted the operation to showcase the Navy mariners' readiness in facing threats to the nation's sovereignty at sea.

"The Guspurla Kormada III is on the Karel Satsuitubun-356 Warship in order to carry out the sea combat alert operation," Yumm stated.

The Navy's Karel Satsuitubun-356 warship is docked at the Kendari Navy Base Pier in Kendari City, Southeast Sulawesi, to conduct the Banda Yudha 23 patrol and operation to guard the sea waters of eastern and central Indonesia.

Colonel Yumm stated that the Banda Yudha 23 operation will be conducted in four stages, with the first phase in the Southeast Sulawesi sea area for 45 days.

He explained that the Banda Yudha operation aims to prepare mariners for overwater and underwater warfare and to be able to cooperate with air defense elements.

Meanwhile, Commander of the Karel Satsuitubun-356 warship Colonel Agus Setiawan stated that his side welcomed the implementation of Banda Yudha 23 by the Guspurla Koarmada III.

"We have the honor and opportunity to dock at the Kendari Naval Base Pier in the framework of the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation. This operation is under the command of Guspurla Koarmada III," he stated.

He said that the Banda Yudha Jaya 23 operation focuses on training mariners to boost their professionalism and readiness to fight at sea.

He deems this operation as vital as the waters of Southeast Sulawesi Province directly face the Banda Sea, where the Indonesian Islands Waterways (ALKI) III had been established.

Related news: New Navy chief of staff should defend maritime sovereignty: President
Related news: Navy invites 47 countries for 2023 Multilateral Naval Exercise Komodo
Related news: Navy to refurbish 41 warships





Reporter: M Harianto, Kenzu
Editor: Sri Haryati
COPYRIGHT © ANTARA 2023



is duke Class still open for Sale ?

No further update about FREMM & Maestrale?
 

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is duke Class still open for Sale ?

No further update about FREMM & Maestrale?

should be, they would be retired after type 31 and type 26 online, previously they would be retired early on, but recent Russian invasion has already made the UK to considered the crisis issue and looking back to build at their Navy again
 

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should be, they would be retired after type 31 and type 26 online, previously they would be retired early on, but recent Russian invasion has already made the UK to considered the crisis issue and looking back to build at their Navy again
Thus Duke class if in any mean can be acquired, with little this and that fitting I think can be on par with GNR in terms of capability hence have older hull for imminent additional of Hull
 

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As far as i know there is a plan to acquired more Tanjung Datu class in which should be happened to this year or next year fiscal year. There is also Grant offer from friendly country for their used patrol vessels

Btw, it would be great if the South Korea Pohang class can be offered to Coast guard instead



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Why so suddenly mention it?
Coz the rumor those ships were in market for some time, while Turkÿe eye for 3 of that class.

Rather maintaining older 41 ship or Pohangs i think its better to get Duke clas at first place.
 

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Coz the rumor those ships were in market for some time, while Turkÿe eye for 3 of that class.

Rather maintaining older 41 ship or Pohangs i think its better to get Duke clas at first place.

Duke class had some similarities with Bung Tomo class though, there is also great offer with used Destroyer of JMSDF beside China and Korean offer of Corvette, but still they need to adjust the program for surface vessels as we had pending deals with the Italian and increasing the fund for logistic and maintenance is more important right now.
 

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Coz the rumor those ships were in market for some time, while Turkÿe eye for 3 of that class.

Rather maintaining older 41 ship or Pohangs i think its better to get Duke clas at first place.
*4 as in 2+2.
Just evaluation, may not call it "eyeing". TN evaluated few other platforms since 2015.
 

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*4 as in 2+2.
Just evaluation, may not call it "eyeing". TN evaluated few other platforms since 2015.
looks like a response to Hellenic navy buying spree pending Istanbul and TF2000.
 

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looks like a response to Hellenic navy buying spree pending Istanbul and TF2000.
Type 23 is more related to LHD and blue water operations ( and financial constraints) than purchases made by Greeks.
While Istanbul Class- AKDG - TTHB is more of a response.
 

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