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Looks very sophisticated and well equipped. What vehicle is this https://world-defense.com/threads/indonesian-armed-forces.3458/post-37809

Any training beyond the borders?
Oowh by the way. which vehicles are you refering to?
Sorry mates that links you provides does not help.
I've been posting too many pics I guess.

But it's alright, I can describes every vehicle (or aicraft) in that post for you.

1. F-16 C's
2. Leopard 2 RI MBT's (Revolution Standard)
3. Honda Beat/Vario Scooter (Lol.. I think this is soldiers personal vehicles)
4. AH-64 'Echo' variant Apaches
5. United Nations Mitshubishi Triton 4x4
6. Pindad Anoa 6x6 APC's (derived from France VAB 4x4 APC's, but we licensed and build to suit our needs)
7. Kawasaki D-Tracker 250

Hope this helps.

For this year? There was not much military activities around our borders. I think it depends on geopolitical situation of our region. As long as no one creates tensions, we're all fine.

Our message in natuna is clear, and relationships with neighbors (including China) are at peak and stable conditions today. We responded very well. Our sovereignty around our borders is valid and they acknowledge it.

Although not directly related to the borders, we did some of our combined training this year with USAF (Cope West 2018), US Army (Garuda Shield 2018) and now our Navy is in Hawaii to join RIMPAC 2018 as I write this.
 
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After successfully achieving the STANAG 4569 Mine Level 5 explosive test on PT. Pindad's 'Black Tiger' medium tank, Indonesia's combined production with Turkish FNSS will conduct a mobility test before starting it's production line in 2019. Firing and combat maneuvering will undergo in a week shortly after.


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Working visit of Kostrad Infantry Division 1 Commander

The 2nd Tarakan class replenishment oiler for Indonesian Navy's
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a peek into the 3rd chang-bogo 209 class at an Indonesian submarine production facility .

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The Indonesian company PT Pindad jointly with the Turkish company FNSS conducted firing test of the prototype of the medium tank. The vehicle is integrated with CMI Cockerill’s 3105 turret with autoloader, which is capable of firing all kinds of 105 mm NATO ammunition and the Falarick Anti-tank Missile with its high pressure 105 mm tank gun.


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The Indonesian company PT Pindad jointly with the Turkish company FNSS conducted firing test of the prototype of the medium tank. The vehicle is integrated with CMI Cockerill’s 3105 turret with autoloader, which is capable of firing all kinds of 105 mm NATO ammunition and the Falarick Anti-tank Missile with its high pressure 105 mm tank gun.


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Is the engine made locally?
 

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Is the engine made locally?
Good questions..
I dont think so. I think it is supplied by FNSS or Germany because it uses MTU diesel engine. AFAIK Pindad's does not yet to have a proper engine production plant for mass produce. Need the right third parties and higher investment budget for that. Maybe in the future when the Indonesian Army order reach 400+ units then with logic it's better to build the engine at home rather than imports for a lower production cost. Officially only licenses build CMI turret's and chassis include chain and armor we locally produced. Some sensors and electronics were also imported, but we made our own Battle Management System (BMS) for Interoperability and more secured datalink.

The main objectives for this project are achieved namely 'technology transfer' or 'know how' and at the same time to modernize and replace our old's AMX-13 light tanks that are somewhere around 400+ in the Army inventory.
 

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Good questions..
I dont think so. I think it is supplied by FNSS or Germany because it uses MTU diesel engine. AFAIK Pindad's does not yet to have a proper engine production plant for mass produce. Need the right third parties and higher investment budget for that. Maybe in the future when the Indonesian Army order reach 400+ units then with logic it's better to build the engine at home rather than imports for a lower production cost. Officially only licenses build CMI turret's and chassis include chain and armor we locally produced. Some sensors and electronics were also imported, but we made our own Battle Management System (BMS) for Interoperability and more secured datalink.

The main objectives for this project are achieved namely 'technology transfer' or 'know how' and at the same time to modernize and replace our old's AMX-13 light tanks that are somewhere around 400+ in the Army inventory.
Turkey is relying on Germany for engines. I don't think Turkey is able to develop one locally though. Nevertheless FNSS do provide high quality hardwares.
 

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Turkey is relying on Germany for engines. I don't think Turkey is able to develop one locally though. Nevertheless FNSS do provide high quality hardwares.
Well, that's what I thought. The German engineering is rooted in almost all Turkish defense company products. From submarines to attack helicopters. But even if it's originally made / assemble by FNSS, it doesn't rule out the possibility of using German technology in it. However there's still no valid info on who's and where's that engines are build of. That kind of information's are still classified in prototype stages.
 

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Indonesia has purchased an unknown quantity of the Georgian Didgori Medevac
According to Georgian newspapers, Indonesia recently ordered several Didgori Armored Medical Evacuation Vehicles (AMEVs) from Georgia’s Delta State Military Scientific-Technical Centre (STC Delta).
The General Director of the STC Delta has recently reported that a contract has been signed and a payment has been made between Indonesia and Georgia for the purchase of these AMEVs. For the moment, details have not been communicated. The Delta State Military Scientific-Technical Centre is the Georgian production center for military and civilian hardware.


The Didgori armored medical evacuation vehicle is a variant of the 4x4 Didgori light armored vehicle (LAV), unveiled in 2011. The vehicle is conceived to evacuate and transport wounded soldiers and provide basic medical assistance. It features a 4x4 wheeled Ford F550 super heavy-duty truck chassis and has a length of 6.55m, a width of 2.39m, a wheel base of 3.57m and a ground clearance of 0.5m. The vehicle is driven by a 6.7-litre turbocharged diesel developing 300hp coupled with an automatic transmission with six forward and one reverse gear, enabling the vehicle to achieve a stated maximum road speed of up to 120 km/h.


The rear medical cabin can welcome one nurse and four wounded soldiers and is provided with six bullet-resistant glass vision frames. The Didgori AMEV is equipped with intercom and walkie-talkie system, heating and air conditioning systems.


The vehicle also offers all-round ballistic protection, featuring the EN1063 B7+ armor level. It includes protection from 7.62 calibre armor-piercing bullet rounds and artillery shell fragments fired from short distances, but also protection against kinetic and mine blast threats.
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Indonesia signs LOI with PT Pindad for Kaplan medium tanks
Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore and Samuel Cranny-Evans, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
19 April 2019

Indonesia has reaffirmed its interest in acquiring the Kaplan MT Modern Medium Weight Tank (MMWT) developed by Turkish company FNSS Savunma Sistemleri and Indonesian land systems company PT Pindad.
The Indonesian MoD signed an LOI with PT Pindad on 12 April reaffirming its interest in acquiring Kaplan MT tanks (similar to this one). (FNSS)


The Indonesian MoD signed an LOI with PT Pindad on 12 April reaffirming its interest in acquiring Kaplan MT tanks (similar to this one). (FNSS)
On 12 April the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in Jakarta signed a letter of intent (LOI) with PT Pindad for the procurement of up to 20 Kaplan MTs – known locally as the Harimau – for USD135 million, an MoD source told Jane’s on 18 April.

A contract is expected to be signed within one or two years once funding for the acquisition becomes available, said the source, pointing out that funding will come from the defence budget, a foreign defence credit, or a mixture of both.

Indonesia signs LOI with PT Pindad for Kaplan medium tanks | Jane's 360
 

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Indonesia signals progress in deal to procure Su-35s
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Indonesia wants to procure 11 Sukhoi Su-35 fighter aircraft from Russia for USD1.14 billion, with payment sourced through countertrade, technology transfers, as well as cash. Source: United Aircraft Corporation

Deliveries of Sukhoi Su-35 'Flanker-E' multirole combat aircraft from Russia could start before the end of the year, according to Indonesian Defence Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu.

Ryacudu was quoted by Russian news agency Tass as saying that he expects the Indonesian government to finalise its part of the transaction within the next few months. "I think that the issue will be solved this year," he said.

The Indonesian Ministry of Defence (MoD) did not confirm the schedule. However, Jane's understands that the Russian side of the Su-35 contract with Indonesia has already been agreed by Moscow, and that delays have partly been caused by Indonesia's presidential election, which was held in April, and negotiations within the Indonesian government about what commodities will be exported to Moscow as part of the deal.

In comments reported by Tass, Ryacudu said that "certain challenges [in finalising the deal] are due to the fact that three departments of the [government] are involved in the process". He said the MoD has agreed to the deal but that the Indonesian ministries for trade and finance "are still in the process of approval".

Ryacudu added that while "fundamentally the issue has been solved", various levels of approval are required because the Su-35 contract involves "various forms of payment".

Indonesian MoD officials have previously confirmed to Jane's that the Su-35 transaction consists of several elements consistent with Indonesia's Defence Industry Law - also called Law 16 - through which the government seeks to secure offset-like benefits linked to defence procurement.

The total value of the Su-35 contract, which features the supply of 11 aircraft, is USD1.14 billion.

Half of the contract's value, about USD570 million, is being financed through countertrade, with Indonesia expected to export to Russia a long list of commodities including palm oil, rubber, machinery, coffee, cocoa, textiles, tea, footwear, processed fish, furniture, copra, paper, and spices.

 

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Indonesia to Fund US$1.2B Submarine Construction Program with Foreign Loans
06 July 2019
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Indonesia will seek foreign funds up to US$1.2 billion to finance the construction of three submarines as part of the nation's minimum essential force (MEF) program.

While Korean Exim Bank is ready to finance the project, the Indonesian Finance Ministry perceives the loan obtained from the bank earlier to build the first batch of such submarines as “expensive.”

"The Finance Ministry views Indonesia as currently having a good investment rating, so the price (cost of funds) would hopefully be lower than that of the first such batch of submarines," PT PAL Finance Director Irianto Sunardi told journalists at the company's office in Surabaya, East Java, on Wednesday.

Indonesian shipbuilding company PT PAL and South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) had signed an agreement in April this year to construct three type 209-1400 submarines, as a follow-up program to three submarines constructed earlier.

The submarine construction will start before the year-end based on DSME's readiness, the official remarked." Similarly, PT PAL is also ready with all its agreements, especially which of the sections are made here (in Indonesia) and those that are to be developed there (In S Korea) until the sixth submarine is fully built here," he was quoted as saying by Antara News.

Indonesia has received the first batch of submarines built in cooperation with South Korea. Two of the submarine, Nagapasa 403 and Ardadedali 404, were developed in South Korea and are currently operated by the Indonesian Navy. The other submarine -- Alugoro 405, is undergoing a sea trial north of Bali Island.

 

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Indonesia Deploys Boeing Aircraft, Helicopters & Drones to Secure Presidential Inauguration
October 21, 2019
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Indonesia has pressed its fleet of Boeing aircraft, helicopters and drones to ensure air security during presidential inauguration.

“The Indonesian Defences Forces (TNI) and Indonesian Police (Polri) deploy several helicopters, drones and Boeing aircraft for air security during the presidential inauguration,” Chief of TNI Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto was quoted as saying by local media on Sunday.

Parliament Building and Presidential Palace areas in Jakarta have been secured particularly, ahead of the inauguration of Joko Widodo (Jokowi) as President and Ma'ruf Amin as Vice President for the 2019-2024 period.

Boeing planes and drones have been employed to conduct aerial monitoring to keep possible threats at bay. All monitoring results are reported to the Main Command Post located on Merdeka Barat avenue so TNI and Polri personnel can carry out real time monitoring of prone areas.

Head of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) Bambang Soesatyo earlier told the media that 168 foreign ambassadors confirmed their presence in the inauguration ceremony.

Among the foreign leaders are Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad; Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and China's Vice President Wang Qishan.
 

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