Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Topic: Indonesia

Indonesia reportedly looks to buy Ukrainian ‘cruiser killer’ anti-ship missiles

Ukraine announced a preliminary deal with Indonesia for anti-ship cruise missiles. According to a Defense Express report, military leaders of Indonesia and Ukraine have signed agreements to boost...

U.S. State Department approves possible sale of 8 Osprey aircraft to Indonesia

The Pentagon confirmed Monday that the State Department has approved a possible sale to Indonesia of 8 MV-22 Block C Osprey aircraft. The potential deal for eight MV-22...

Ukraine completes deliveries of second batch of new 100mm rounds for BMP-3 of foreign customer

Ukraine’s state-owned defense industrial company SpetsTeсhnoExport has completed the delivery of the second batch of new 100mm rounds for BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle of foreign customer, according to...

Indonesian Army orders nine Bell 412EPI helicopters

The Indonesian Army has signed a contract to buy nine Bell 412EPItwin-engine utility helicopters. In a Bell statement made Thursday, the company has announced that PT Dirgantara Indonesia...

Indonesian Air Force orders eight additional H225M helicopters

The Indonesian Air Force has ordered eight additional twin-engine multirole H225M helicopters as part of the country’s fleet-strengthening initiative for a combat search and rescue-capable fleet.  Under...

Indonesia reportedly orders Didgori AMEVs from Georgia

Indonesia has ordered Didgori Armoured Medical Evacuation Vehicles (AMEV) from Georgia’s Delta State Military Scientific-Technical Centre (STC Delta), according to Georgian newspaper reports. According to scout-thedeaddistrict.blogspot.com,...

PT Pindad close to starting modern medium-weight tank production

Indonesian defence company PT Pindad is nearing serial production of the modern medium-weight tank production called Kaplan MT (Medium Tank) developed jointly by Turkish company FNSS. PT Pindad has announced...

Indonesia takes delivery of final batch of M109A4 BE artillery systems

The Indonesian Army has received into service its final batch of M109A4 BE self-propelled howitzers, the local media reported on 11 July. On 9 July, 18 M109A4 BE self-propelled howitzers,...

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