Jet Tempur Sukhoi dan Kapal Selam

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Berita dari Janes.com yang membongkar penyamaran Singapura atas armada F-15 SG nya sempat menarik perhatian. Janes.com mencoba menelusuri lewat nomer registrasi serta laporan keuangan Boeing. Hasilnya diketahui F-15 SG Singapura bukan 24 unit, melainkan 40.

Seorang warjager ber-id Penyimak , memposting link deagel.com

Data di situs itu menunjukkan sejumlah alutsista TNI berbeda dengan yang dipublikasikan secara resmi. Sebagai contoh, pesawat Sukhoi SU 30MK Indonesia ditulis ada 17. Sementara Sukhoi SU 27 ada 5 unit.

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Operator Kapal Selam Kilo Project 636 (deagel.com)

Begitu pula dengan kapal selam Indonesia. Di situs itu kapal selam Kilo Indonesia ada dua. Kapal selam lainnya adalah jenis U209 yang berjumlah dua.

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Operator Kapal Selam Kilo Project 636 (deagel.com)

Belum tahu darimana deagel.com mendapatkan angka tersebut. Namun untuk angka angka yang  disebut, untuk alutsista lainnya cukup akurat. Bahkan deagel.com hanya menuliskan tanda tanya (?), untuk alutsista Indonesia yang belum dia ketahui jumlahnya. (JKGR).

223 KOMENTAR

  1. Ijin sharing..
    menurut ane..opini dr mbah bowo bahwa army forces nya PLA full skil dn bla bla bla memberikan alasan kuat bahwa TNI pun tdk tinggal diam dlm penguatan personil dn mainan nya..spt bolus bolus yg tlah dikontribute ama para sesepuh..contoh armada bung PS cuman satu tingkat d bwh PLA…jd sbuah hal yg wajar bila TNI memiliki mainan ngeri2 sedap untuk antidot PLA bukan sesuatu yg hoax…
    maafkan ane baru belajar mengunyah…
    terimakasih. .

  2. Ada kalanya kita berfikir secara logika, dan ada kalanya kita berfikir menurut intuisi.

    Tidak semuanya tersaji secara nyata, semuanya butuh pemikiran yang jernih. Disetiap informasi ada kalanya akan memberikan gambaran hitam putih, disitulah bagaimana kita dituntut untuk melakukan analisa.
    Dan setiap analisa harus disertai data real yg ada dilapangan dan pertimbangan yg menggunakan kata hati walaupun tidak ada secara fisik. Karena disitulah analis sejati dituntut berfikir secara luas, karena hasilnya akan di pergunakan oleh para “user” dalam mengambil sebuah keputusan.

    Ada yg tau mungkin bentuk dari suara kita?
    Kalo pendapat saya sendiri tidak ada bentuk, tetapi dia ada.

  3. Setelah mengumpulkan serpihan clue clue yang dilemparkan para sesepuh disini, saya hanya bisa berucap AHLAMDULLILAH . Ternyata otot TNI JAUH lebih kuat daripada yang dipublish resmi. Sebagai pembayar pajak yang taat saya cukup puas pajak saya digunakan sebagaimana mestinya (kusnodzon tidak dikorupsi). Sehingga kita tidak diejek ejek lagi sama tetangga tetangga yang sombong. Semoga kedepannya otot TNI lebih diperkuat lagi dengan tetap mempertimbangkan ancaman dari luar dari dalam dan juga seimbang dengan anggaran untuk pembangunan yang lain.

    MAJAPAHIT BUKANLAH MASA LALU BUAT BANGSA INDONESIA
    MAJAPAHIT ADALAH MASA DEPAN BANGSA INDONESIA

    • hehe.. kebalik ah, majapahit wilayahnya jauh lebih kecil dari indonesia. lagipula kedaulatan indonesia jaman sekarang lebih mutlak daripada zaman kerajaan dulu. patih gajah mada pasti ngiler kalo ngelihat wilayah indonesia sekarang..lagipula berapa lama majapahit mempertahankan kekuasaannya?

  4. Bapak-Bapak yang saya hormati,
    Warjager yang saya muliakan,
    Para pinisepuh Bung Nar, Bung Satrio, Bung Jalo, Bung PS, Bung Erich….dan yang tidak bisa saya sebutkan yang sangat saya homati.

    Saya hanya tukang listrik yang menginginkan suasana damai tapi harus tetap kritis dan tajam karena saya yakin sebagian besar dari kita adalah WNI yang taat membayar pajak yang berarti kita juga mempunyai sumbangsih besar dalam pembangunan tapi disisi lain etika berkomunikasi haruslah dijunjung tinggi.

    Untuk para masyarakat sipil, saya meminta dengan hormat untuk menhormati budaya militer para infoman warjager yang ada di forum ini. Saya pernah menjadi utusan universitas untuk bertanding debat di STAAL Surabaya (sebelum saya jadi tukang listrik) dan alhamdulillah saya menjadi juara nasional disana. Disana ada budaya yang mencolok antara tingkah laku sipil dan militer, di dalam buadaya militer perkataan yang tidak santun dan cenderung menghina tidak dapat diterima ( ini juga tergambar pada tim AAL yang diturunkan sebagai tim debat bahasa inggris). Apa lagi jika yang di singgung adalah perwira maka akan ada sensitivitas yang sangat besar. Saya tidak mengatakan kita akan kembali ke orba tapi saya meminta untuk menghormati budaya itu. Saya tidur di masjid AAL yang terbuka dan melihat perilaku para militer dan taraf emosi nya itu sungguh berbeda dengan masyarakat sipil. Saya disana hampir 1 minggu (karena sampe final) dan bener bener melihat aktivitas mereka. Kita harus menghormati bocoran halus dari para warjager sebagai pembelajaran terhadap aktivitas militer karena kita semua dalam UUD 1945 termasuk dalam pertahanan negera. Mari kita ramaikan forum ini dengan menjunjung kode etik kita sebagai masyarakat sipil dan bangga sebagai masyarakat sipil yang berkontribusi pada komentar dan pertanyaan yang sewajarnya dan saya yakin kewajiban para informan memberikan bocoran halus kepada kita sebagai mana telah di contohkan oleh Panglima TNI tentang sukhoi terbang di atas laut, Kilo buatan Jerman, F5 dari perancis so on..

    Untuk para warjagers dari kalangan militer, sungguhpun kami para masyarakat sipil ingin mencoba untuk menghormati pastilah ada gap yang jelas karena budaya demokrasi yang ada di indonesia tidak/belum mampu berjalan sesuai kaidah debat yang saya yakini dan saya lakukan untuk tetap saling menghormati tapi tetap bersikap kritis pada kebijakan pemerintaH dan TNI. Mohon para warjagers dari kalangan militer tetap menahan emosi dan tidak sertam merta pergi dalam memberi pendidikan bocoran halus dan terus memberikan kebanggan kepada kita masyarakat sipil yang embayar pajak, taat hukum, dan bela negara.

    Saya memohon maaf kalau ada kata kata yang kurang berkenan, Tidak ada yang saya maksudkan untuk itu hanya karena saya mencintai forum ini sebagai mana anda mencintainya.

    Salam Hangat
    Tukang Listrik

    • Dutch Submarine-builder RDM Markets Morays to Indonesia

      AMI International, December 2003.

      In mid-October 2003, RDM submarines are being offered to Indonesia to fulfil that nation’s submarine requirement. One aspect of the Indonesian navy’s modernization plan is for the acquisition of at least two submarines from South Korea by 2008. However, industry sources indicate that there may be an alternative plan on the table, with the Indonesian navy also being offered two new-construction Moray submarines by RDM, marking the second time that the Moray has been offered to Indonesia, with the first being in 1994.

      As an interim measure until the Moray-class could be delivered, the Indonesian Navy may take possession of two Zwaardvis-class submarines (formerly of the Royal Netherlands Navy) that have been stranded in Malaysia since 2000. The two Zwaardvis-class submarines were shipped to Lumut Naval Base in Malaysia under a private venture between PSC-Naval Dockyard and RDM, apparently under the same circumstances that Indonesia is being offered the submarines, as an interim measure until new-construction Moray-class submarines could be delivered.

      The entire Malaysian Zwaardvis/Moray deal was subsequently cancelled in January 2002, when the Malaysian navy selected the French Scorpene design. The cancellation of the Zwaardvis/Moray deal puts even more pressure on RDM as it has still not been able to sell the Moray design, which once was hoped to be a success on the foreign market. Failures in Indonesia in 1994, Egypt in 2000, and Malaysia in 2002 have raised questions over the Moray design, as most foreign navies are putting forth the requirement of a proven hull before purchase.

      RDM hopes to make a sale to the Indonesians. However, the Indonesian navy has already publicly announced their desire to procure the South Korean Type 209 submarines, when they are replaced by the Type 214s in 2007 and 2008. The Indonesian navy currently operates two Type 209 (Type 1300)-class submarines and it would be easier to integrate the South Korean Type 209s than the Zwaardvis and Moray designs.

      • Possible sale of submarines to Indonesia

        De Volkskrant 27 Jul 1996.

        The Dutch RDM shipyard is negotiating the sale of two retired Dutch Navy Zwaardvis (2) -class submarines and a newly built Moray 1400 submarine to Indonesia. The package would cost Indonesia about 800 million Dutch guilders. This means the two Zwaardvis (2) -class submarines are almost given away for free, but RDM Submarines could finally sell the her first Moray type boat.

        The biggest problem right now is the 10% (10 million guilders) commission that Jakarta expects. The sale is an off spin of Queen Beatrix’ visit to Indonesia in 1995.

        Decommissioned by the RNLN in 1994 after 22 years service, Zwaardvis (2) and its sister boat Tijgerhaai (2), both of the Zwaardvis (2) class were acquired by RDM Submarines for re-sale the following year. The two 2,400-tonne submarines are currently in care and maintenance storage in Rotterdam.

        http://www.dutchsubmarines.com/export/export_indonesia.htm

    • dari link yang di berikan bunh H200, detailnya diupload sama bung kobu, tersurat bahwa belanda pernah menawarkan 2 kapal selam ke indonesia yang mana kapal itu pernah di tolak oleh malaysia, itu yang baru . nah yang bekas, penjualan tersebut merupakan spin off dari kunjungan Ratu Beatrix ke Indonesia pada tahun 1995. tahu dah yang mana typenya kalau disini.
      terjemahan bebas dan singkat.

  5. Data Deagel.com kurang lengkap, kurang tepat, dan kurang ekstensif.
    Coba ambil data dari SIPRI http://armstrade.sipri.org/armstrade/page/trade_register.php.
    Ambil data dari tahun 2003 sd 2013 (terbaru).

    Semua supplier termasuk Israel dan Russia, apa dan jumlah yg diterima, semua ada.
    Menarik adalah kita telah pesan 100 C-802 dari China tapi baru dikirim 10.
    Dari Rusia pesan 10 Yakhont dan telah dikirim 10. Artinya kita tidak usah mengharap Yakhont lagi, mungkin akan diganti dengan Brahmos.

    Sukhoi tetap 16 biji.

  6. Output database SIPRI :

    Transfers of major conventional weapons: sorted by supplier. Deals with deliveries or orders made for year range 2003 to 2013
    Note: The ‘No. delivered/produced’ and the ‘Year(s) of deliveries’ columns refer to all deliveries since the beginning of the contract. Deals in which the recipient was involved in the production of the weapon system are listed separately. The ‘Comments’ column includes publicly reported information on the value of the deal. Information on the sources and methods used in the collection of the data, and explanations of the conventions, abbreviations and acronyms, can be found at URL . The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is continuously updated as new information becomes available.
    Source: SIPRI Arms Transfers Database
    Information generated: 20 September 2014

    Supplier/ Year Year(s) No.
    recipient (R) No. Weapon Weapon of order/ of delivered/
    or licenser (L) ordered designation description licence deliveries produced Comments

    Australia
    R: Indonesia (4) Nomad Searchmaster-L MP aircraft 2001 2003 4 Second-hand; incl 2 N-24 version
    4 C-130H Hercules Transport aircraft 2013 2013 (1) Second-hand but modernized for AUD63 m before delivery; aid
    5 C-130H Hercules Transport aircraft (2013) Second-hand; not yet ordered

    Belgium
    R: Indonesia (22) CM-90 90mm AV turret (2008) For Black Fox IFV from South Korea; CSE-90 version

    Brazil
    R: Indonesia 16 EMB-314 Super Tucano Trainer/combat ac 2011 2012 4 Delivery 2012-2014
    (36) ASTROS-2 Self-propelled MRL 2012 $400 m deal; delivery by 2015
    (2) ASTROS AV-UCF Fire control radar (2012)
    8 EMB-314 Super Tucano Trainer/combat ac 2012 Delivery 2014
    . . SMKB Guided bomb (2012) Status uncertain

    Brunei
    R: Indonesia 2 Waspada FAC 2010 2011 2 Ex-Bruneian; aid; for training

    Canada
    R: Indonesia (7) PT-6 Turboprop 2001 2003-2005 (7) For 7 KT-1 trainer aircraft from South Korea; PT-6A-62A version
    (5) PT-6 Turboprop 2005 2007-2008 (5) For 5 KT-1 trainer aircraft from South Korea; PT-6A-62A version
    (8) PT-6 Turboprop (2005) 2011-2012 (8) For 8 KT-1 trainer aircraft from South Korea; PT-6A-62A version
    (16) PT-6 Turboprop 2011 2012 (4) For 8 EMB-314 trainer/combat aircraft from Brazil
    (8) PT-6 Turboprop 2012 For 8 EMB-314 trainer/combat aircraft from Brazil
    (18) PW-100 Turboprop/turboshaft 2012 2012-2013 (10) For 9 C-295 transport aircraft from Spain

    China
    L: Indonesia (100) C-802/CSS-N-8 Anti-ship missile 2011 2012 (10) For PB-57 (Todak) FAC and Van Speyk frigates

    R: Indonesia (3) C-802/CSS-N-8 Anti-ship missile 2005 2008 (3) Part of $11.2 m deal; for PB-57 (Todak) FAC; for evaluation
    (130) QW-3 Portable SAM (2006) 2006-2007 (130) Incl for Indonesian UN peacekeeping force in Lebanon
    (200) QW-3 Portable SAM 2008 2012-2013 (200) For TD-2000B AD system
    (2) SR-74 Air search radar (2008) 2012-2013 (2) For use with TD-2000B AD systems
    (8) TD-2000B AD system 2008 2012-2013 (8) Part of $35 m deal
    (15) QW-3 Portable SAM 2009 2010 (15)
    (3) TH-5711 Smart Hunter Air search radar 2009 2011 (3) For use with QW-3 SAM
    (24) Type-360 Seagull Air search radar (2009) 2011-2013 (4) For 24 KCR-40 FAC produced in Indonesia; designation and supplier uncertain
    () C-705 Anti-ship missile (2011) For KCR-40 and KCR-60 FAC; including assembly from kits or production in Indonesia from 2017/2018; delivery from 2014

    Czech Republic
    R: Indonesia (6) RM-70 122mm Self-propelled MRL (2002) 2003-2004 (6) Second-hand
    3 RM-70 122mm Self-propelled MRL (2007) 2008 3 Second-hand

    Denmark
    R: Indonesia 2 B&W-8L Diesel engine (2000) 2003 2 For 1 LPD-122m landing ship from South Korea
    8 B&W-8L Diesel engine 2004 2007-2011 8 For 4 LPD-122m landing ships from South Korea
    1 Scanter-4100 Air/sea search radar 2013 For modernization of 1 Fatahillah frigate

    France
    L: Indonesia (10) AS-532 Cougar/AS-332 Helicopter 1997 2001-2012 (9) NAS-332 version; incl some for CSAR; 2 more for VIP transport
    (100) Sherpa APV 2011 2011-2013 (54) Indonesian designation Elang

    R: Indonesia (9) Ocean Master MP aircraft radar 1996 2000-2007 (9) For 6 C-212MP (NC-212MP) MP aircraft from Spain and 3 Bo-105 (NBo-105) helicopters from FRG
    15 EC-120 Colibri Light helicopter (2000) 2001-2003 (15) For training
    3 Ocean Master MP aircraft radar 2001 2008 (3) $50 m deal; for 3 CN-235MPA aircraft produced in Indonesia
    1 Master Air search radar 2004 2006 (1) Master-T version
    (80) Mistral Portable SAM 2004 2007 (80) For SIGMA-90 frigates
    (30) MM-40 Exocet Anti-ship missile (2004) 2010 (30) MM-40 Block-2 version; for SIGMA-90 frigates
    6 PA6 Diesel engine 2004 2006-2007 6 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands and modernization of 1 Yani (Van Speijk) frigate
    5 TB-9 Tampico Light aircraft 2004 2004-2005 5 $2.5 m deal; TB-10 Tobago-GT version; for training
    2 TSM-2633 Spherion-B ASW sonar 2004 2007 2 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands
    3 Master Air search radar 2005 2009-2012 3 Master-T version
    (80) Mistral Portable SAM 2005 2008-2009 (80) For SIGMA-90 frigates
    4 PA6 Diesel engine 2005 2008-2009 4 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands
    2 TSM-2633 Spherion-B ASW sonar 2005 2008-2009 2 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands
    150 MIDR Diesel engine 2006 2008-2012 (150) For Anao (APS-3 or Panser 6×6) APC produced in Indonesia
    (32) VAB-VTT APC 2006 2007 (32) EUR24 m deal; possibly modernized Second-hand; incl 6 ambulance and 2 CP version; for use with Indonesian UN troops in Lebanon
    (2) EC-120 Colibri Light helicopter (2008) 2009 (2) For training
    (3) Ocean Master MP aircraft radar 2009 2013 1 For 3 CN-235MPA MP aircraft produced in Indonesia
    12 MIDR Diesel engine (2010) 2013 (12) For Anao (APS-3 or Panser 6×6) APC produced in Indonesia
    37 CAESAR 155mm Self-propelled gun 2012 2013 (2) EUR108 m deal
    6 EC-225/EC-725 Helicopter 2012 EC-725 version; for combat SAR; delivery 2014
    (40) MICA BVRAAM (2012) VL-MICA SAM version; for SIGMA-10514 frigates
    (100) Mistral Portable SAM (2012) 2013 (50) For use with ATLAS launchers on Komodo APC produced in Indonesia
    30 MM-40 Exocet Anti-ship missile (2012) For SIGMA-10514 frigates
    2 TSM-2633 Spherion-B ASW sonar 2013 For 2 SIGMA-105 frigates from Netherlands

    Germany (FRG)
    L: Indonesia (57) Bo-105C Light helicopter 1976 1977-2011 (57) Indonesian designation NBO-105CB/CBS; incl for police
    4 PB-57 Patrol craft 1993 2000-2004 4 $260 m deal; PB-57 NAV-5 version; Indonesian designation Todak

    R: Indonesia 12 TBD-620 Diesel engine (1999) 2000-2005 (12) For modernization of 6 Parchim (Patimura) corvettes
    12 MTU-4000 Diesel engine (2000) 2000-2005 (12) For modernization of 6 Parchim (Patimura) corvettes
    (72) MAN V12 Diesel engine (2009) 2011-2013 (12) For 24 KCR-40 FAC produced in Indonesia
    18 G-120TP Trainer aircraft 2011 2013 (10) $72 m deal; delivery 2013-2014
    (11) Buffel ARV 2012 Second-hand; possibly including ABL and/or AEV
    61 Leopard-2A4 Tank 2012 Second-hand but modernized to Leopard-2RI before delivery; delivery 2014
    42 Leopard-2A4 Tank 2012 2013 (2) Second-hand; delivery 2013-2014
    42 Marder-1A3 IFV (2012) 2013 (2) Second-hand; delivery 2013-2014

    Israel
    R: Indonesia 4 Searcher UAV 2006 2012 (4) Searcher-2 version; ordered via Philippine company

    Italy
    R: Indonesia (40) A244 324mm ASW torpedo (2004) 2007 (40) For SIGMA-90 frigates
    2 Super Rapid 76mm Naval gun 2004 2007 2 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands
    2 Super Rapid 76mm Naval gun 2005 2008-2009 2 For 2 SIGMA-90 frigates from Netherlands
    (12) A244 324mm ASW torpedo 2006 2008-2009 (12) For SIGMA-90 frigates
    2 Super Rapid 76mm Naval gun (2012) For 2 SIGMA-105 frigates from Netherlands

    Netherlands
    L: Indonesia 1 SIGMA-105 Frigate 2012 $220 m deal (incl production of components and assembly in Indonesia); part of ‘PKR’ programme; SIGMA-10514 version; delivery 2017
    1 SIGMA-105 Frigate 2013 Incl production of components and assembly in Indonesia; part of ‘PKR’ programme; SIGMA-10514 version; delivery 2017

    R: Indonesia 4 LIROD Fire control radar (1994) 2000-2004 4 Part of $42 m deal; for 4 PB-57 (Todak) patrol craft from FRG
    4 Variant Air/sea search radar (1999) 2000-2004 4 Part of $42 m deal; for 4 PB-57 Type (Todak) patrol craft from FRG
    2 SIGMA-90 Frigate 2004 2007 2 $340 m deal (payment spread over 3 years)
    2 SIGMA-90 Frigate 2005 2008-2009 2

    Poland
    R: Indonesia (74) Grom-2 Portable SAM 2005 2007 74 Part of $35 m deal (incl 15% paid direct + $30 m with Polish loan); for Kobra SAM system
    1 Kobra MMSR AD system 2005 2007 1 Part of $35 m deal (incl 15% paid direct + $30 m with Polish loan)
    (81) Grom-2 Portable SAM 2006 2009 81 Part of $40 m deal; for Kobra SAM system
    1 Kobra MMSR AD system 2006 2009 1 Part of $40 m deal

    Russia
    R: Indonesia (2) Mi-2/Hoplite Light helicopter 2002 2003 2 Second-hand
    (2) Mi-8MT/Mi-17/Hip-H Helicopter 2002 2003 (2) Mi-17 version
    4 Mi-8MT/Mi-17/Hip-H Helicopter (2002) 2004 (4) $18-22 m deal (loaned from Malaysian company; probably incl $3 m lost in corruption); Mi-17 version
    (25) 9M114/AT-6 Spiral Anti-tank missile 2003 2003 (25) For Mi-35P combat helicopters; designation uncertain
    (16) Igla-1/SA-16 Gimlet Portable SAM 2003 2003 (16) For Mi-35P combat helicopters; designation uncertain
    2 Mi-24P/Hind-F Combat helicopter 2003 2003 2 Possibly ex-Russian; part of $193-197 m deal (incl barter), Mi-35P version
    2 Su-27S/Flanker-B FGA aircraft 2003 2003 2 Part of $193-197 m deal (incl barter); possibly ex-Russian Su-27 modernized to Su-27SMK
    2 Su-30MK/Flanker FGA aircraft 2003 2003 2 Part of $193-197 m deal (incl barter); orginally 20 ordered 1997 but cancelled after 1997 financial crisis and renewed 2003; option on 8-18 more
    6 Mi-8MT/Mi-17/Hip-H Helicopter (2005) 2008 6 Mi-17V-5 armed version
    17 BMP-3 IFV 2008 2010 17 IDR455 m ($40-50m) deal; BMP-3F version
    (3) Mi-24P/Hind-F Combat helicopter (2008) 2010 3 Mi-35P version
    (75) R-73/AA-11 Archer SRAAM (2008) 2010 (75) For Su-27 and Su-30 combat aircraft
    (50) RVV-AE/AA-12 Adder BVRAAM (2008) 2012-2013 (35) For Su-27 and Su-30 combat aircraft
    3 Su-27S/Flanker-B FGA aircraft 2008 2010 3 Part of $300-353 m deal; Su-27SKM-2 version
    3 Su-30MK/Flanker FGA aircraft 2008 2009 3 Part of $300-353 m deal; Su-30MK2 version
    (10) Kh-29/AS-14 Kedge ASM (2009) 2012 (10)
    (10) Kh-31A1/AS-17 Anti-ship missile/ARM (2009) 2011-2012 (10) Kh-31P anti-radar version
    (10) Kh-59M/AS-18 Kazoo ASM (2009) 2012 (10)
    (10) Yakhont/SS-N-26 Anti-ship missile (2009) 2011 (10) For modernized Yani (Van Speyk) frigate
    6 Mi-8MT/Mi-17/Hip-H Helicopter 2010 2011 6 $56 m deal; Mi-17-V5 armed version
    6 Su-30MK/Flanker FGA aircraft 2012 2013 6 $470 m deal; Su-30MK2 version
    37 BMP-3 IFV 2013 $114 m deal; BMP-3F version; delivery 2014

    South Africa
    R: Indonesia 2 Casspir APC (2003) 2004 2 Second-hand

    South Korea (ROK)
    L: Indonesia 4 LPD-122m AALS 2004 2007-2011 4 $150 m deal; incl 2 produced in Indonesia; incl 1 for use as command ship; Indonesian designation Soeharso
    22 Black Fox IFV (2009) $70 m deal; Tarantula version; including 11 produced in Indonesia; delivery probably 2013
    (50) KFX FGA aircraft (2010) Possibly $1.6 b deal (Indonesia financing 20% of development cost; including limited Indonesian involvement in development); Indonesian designation IFX; selected but not yet ordered; delivery possibly by 2020
    3 Type-209/1200 Submarine 2012 $1.4 b deal; incl 1 produced in Indonesia; delivery 2015-2017/2020

    R: Indonesia 1 LPD-122m AALS (2000) 2003 1 Part of $50 m deal; Indonesian designation Soeharso
    7 KT-1 Woong Bee Trainer aircraft 2001 2003-2005 7 $60 m deal (offsets for South Korean order for CN-235 transport aircraft); KT-1B version
    20 Barracuda APC (2003) 2004 (20) For police
    8 KT-1 Woong Bee Trainer aircraft (2005) 2011-2012 (8) KT-1B version
    5 KT-1 Woong Bee Trainer aircraft 2005 2007-2008 5 Kt-1B version
    10 LVTP-7 APC 2009 2009 10 Second-hand; LVTP-7A1 version; aid
    (54) KH-178 105mm Towed gun (2010) 2011 (54) Probably ex-South Korea M-101A1 rebuilt to KH-178 or possibly Second-hand KH-178
    (18) KH-179 155mm Towed gun (2011) 2012 18 Probably Second-hand
    16 T-50 Golden Eagle Trainer/combat ac 2011 2013 (12) $400 m deal

    Spain
    L: Indonesia (6) C-212MP MP aircraft 1996 2005-2007 (6) Part of $50 m ‘On Top-2’ programme; NC-212-200MP version
    (6) C-212 Transport aircraft 2009 NC-212 version
    9 C-295 Transport aircraft 2012 2012-2013 5 $325 m deal; Indonesian designation CN-295; delivery 2012-2014

    Sweden
    R: Indonesia 4 SAK-70 Mk-2 57mm Naval gun 1994 2000-2004 4 For 4 PB-57 (Todak) patrol craft from FRG

    Switzerland
    R: Indonesia (7) Skyshield Fire control radar 2012 $202 m deal; delivery 2015
    2 GDM-008 35mm CIWS (2013) For 2 SIGMA-10514 frigates from Netherlands

    Ukraine
    R: Indonesia 5 BTR-4 IFV (2013)

    United Kingdom
    R: Indonesia (100) Starstreak Portable SAM (2012)

    United States
    R: Indonesia (76) CT-7 Turboprop (1990) 1993-2013 (48) For 38 CN-235 transport and CN-235MPA MP aircraft produced in Indonesia; CT-7-9C3 version
    16 AN/APG-66 Combat ac radar 1996 1999-2007 (16) For 16 Hawk-200 combat aircraft from UK; status of last 6 uncertain after US arms embargo during 1999-2006 against Indonesia
    1 F-5E Tiger-2 FGA aircraft (1996) 2006 1 Second-hand but modernized in USA; delivery embargoed by USA 1999-2006
    8 Caterpillar-3516 Diesel engine (2000) 2002-2005 (8) For modernization of 4 Parchim (Patimura) corvettes
    2 Caterpillar-3612 Diesel engine (2002) 2003 2 For modernization of 1 Yani (Van Speijk) frigate
    8 Caterpillar-3616 Diesel engine (2006) 2007-2008 8 For modernization of 4 Yani (Van Speijk) frigates
    (25) Bell-412 Helicopter 2010 2012-2013 (9) Bell-412EP version; delivery 2012-2014
    (2) Cessna-180 Skywagon Light aircraft (2010) 2011 2 Cessna-182 version
    4 F100 Turbofan (2011) Second-hand; spares for F-16 combat aircraft
    24 F-16C FGA aircraft (2011) Second-hand F-16C Block-25 delivered as aid but modernized in $750 m deal before delivery to Block-32 (6 more delivered for spares only); delivery 2014-2015
    (16) F404 Turbofan 2011 2013 (16) For 16 T-50 trainer/combat aircraft from South Korea
    8 AH-64D Apache Combat helicopter (2012) $500 m deal; AH-64E version; selected 2012 but not yet ordered
    2 Hughes-300/TH-55 Light helicopter 2012 2012 (2) S-300C version; for training; option on 4 more
    4 Bonanza Light aircraft 2013 Bonanza G-36 version
    (100) FGM-148 Javelin Anti-tank missile 2013 Javelin Block-1 version

  7. RDM hopes to make a sale to the Indonesians. However, the Indonesian navy has already publicly announced their desire to procure the South Korean Type 209 submarines, “when they are replaced by the Type 214s in 2007 and 2008”.
    Please read carefully ya bro he..he..
    Akibatnya :
    The Royal Netherlands Navy has announced that it is to decommission the HrMs Zwaardvissubmarine after negotiations with Indonesia to transfer the vessel stalled
    artinya krg lebih: AL Kerajaan Belanda telah mengumumkan penon aktifan Hrms zwaadvissubmarine setelah negosisiasi dgn indonesia utk mentransfer KS terhenti (nyaris punya mooray class)

    Jd kita akhirnya pilih KS ruskie sepertinya Ohoex ohoexxx…maaf batuk…. :))

  8. Tidak hanya indonesia,setiap negara juga merahasiakan alutsista strategisnya spy tdk ada perlombaan senjata di kawasan dan menjadi alat yg ampuh utk pertahanan negaranya. Salah satunya singapura yg baru ketahuan dari analis jane tlh menyembunyikan pembelian F15 dari amerika. Negara spt amerika saja bisa membuat perjanjian kerahasiaan dgn singapura apalagi bila dgn rusia dan cina dll.