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    Her Name will be KRI.Klewang
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    (her Last Condition source from Lundin Fan Page)

    her armament will consist of (well this is the original plan)
    1 76 mm Canon/1 30 mm CIWS
    4 705 Missile stored internally

    with 4X marine engines MAN nominal 1.800 PK (approx 40 knot)
    capable to carry 23 crew + 7 spec ops and a X2K RIB special force for infiltration mission.

    for more pic and her variant sisters

    http://beritahankam.blogspot.com/201...ian-kapal.html
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    Some background of North Sea Boats (PT. Lundin Industry Invest):

    North Sea Boats is an international boat building company specialized in building craft for military, law enforcement, SAR, commercial, and high performance applications. The company has presence in Sweden, Singapore and Indonesia, with headquarter located at Banyuwangi East Java Indonesia. North Sea Boats was founded in 2003 by John and Lizza Lundin as a trading name for PT. Lundin Industry Invest.

    John Lundin grew up with boats, since his father Allan Lundin founded the Swedeship company which operated among others Gotland shipyard and Djupvik Shipyard in Sweden. After the Swedish shipyard crisis the Swedeship company was the largest privately owned boat building company in Sweden. and it was through Swedship that John first came to Indonesia in the mid 90's to investigate the company's expansion opportunities. Tragically, John's father passed away from cancer in 1996 and Swedeship was sold after some years, but the family dream of a shipyard in Indonesia still remained. After some years of small-scale furniture manufacturing, to gain experience of the Indonesian culture, John together with his wife Lizza felt ready to fulfill the family dream by founding the boat building company North Sea Boats in 2003.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt-Col A. Tack View Post
    It incorporates a radical wave piercing hull form for improved seaworthiness and stability...

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    Isn't that just an Axe Bow? What is the radical part?

    Still...looks nice!

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    to give some perspective

    she's Huge.
    and we'll see her other three sisters until 2014.





    (source Lundin Fan Page).

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    you can see the original file @ http://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.p...#post743815715

    courtesy of kenyot10

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    China Claims C-705 Missiles Production in Indonesia

    http://www.theindonesiatoday.com/new...indonesia.html

    Just days after reports about US Maverick-missile supply to Indonesia, China claims Indonesian government is in talks with the country to produce C-705 anti-ship missiles in Java.

    Chinese media The Chosunilbo reported China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi visited Jakarta last week and confirmed that a contract for the missile production will be signed between both countries at least in March 2013.

    Late last week, The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), part of US Department of Defense, confirms that Indonesian Government has requested a possible purchase of 18 AGM-65K2 MAVERICK All-Up-Round Missiles. Indonesian government also plans to purchase 36 TGM-65K2 Captive Air Training Missiles, 3 TGM-65D Maintenance Training Missiles, spare and repair parts, support equipment, tool and test equipment, personnel training and training equipment, publications and technical data, U.S.

    Government and contractor technical and logistics personnel services and other related elements of program and logistics support for approximately US$25 million.
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C-704

    C-705

    At the 7th Zhuhai Airshow, another member of the C-70X series is shown to the public. Designated as the C-705, the missile is a direct development of the C-704, yet externally, the new C-705 missile resembles a miniaturized C-602. Major improvements concentrated in three areas: engine, warhead and guidance. The original rocket engine of the C-704 was replaced with a larger one, increasing the range to 75 km. Developers claimed that the modular design of the new engine had the option to provide a second stage to further increase the range to 170 km, but the second stage was not shown at the airshow.

    The warhead is reduced to 110 kg, but the adaption of HVTD-H high explosive directional warhead enabled the missile to effectively neutralize targets size up to 1,500 tons. Several seekers has already been developed for the C-705, including radar, TV and IR. For mid-course guidance, GPS or GLONASS are used, though the sample shown at the 2008 airshow is only compatible with GPS due to export purpose. Developer claimed that domestic Chinese satellite navigational can also be used. currently Indonesia is planning on licensed/joint manufacturing the c-705 and installed them on Indonesian design and built KCR type corvettes.

    Specifications:
    • Warhead: 110 kg
    • Range: 75 km, 170 km with 2nd stage added
    • Engine: solid rocket
    • Seeker: radar, TV, or IR
    • Cruise altitude: 12.15 meter (lowest)
    • Target size: ships up to 1,500 tons
    • Launching platform: aircraft, surface vessels, and land vehicles
    • Kill probability: > 95.7%

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    18 mavericks isn't a lot of missiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BogT View Post
    Isn't that just an Axe Bow? What is the radical part?

    Still...looks nice!
    I haven't seen is used on many warships.

    @Panjaitan

    Thanks for the pics, sir. Much appreciated.


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    So you believe C-705 anti-ship missiles will be used to arm this ship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt-Col A. Tack View Post
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    So you believe C-705 anti-ship missiles will be used to arm this ship?
    Check the weapons list in post #16. I went looking for info on that missile, and found the article about the Indonesians producing it. It all seems to fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ought Six View Post
    Check the weapons list in post #16. I went looking for info on that missile, and found the article about the Indonesians producing it. It all seems to fit.
    I blew right past that! Blast. Thank you, sir.

    I'll bet you can hear that 76 mm canon on the bridge fairly well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt-Col A. Tack View Post
    I blew right past that! Blast. Thank you, sir.

    I'll bet you can hear that 76 mm canon on the bridge fairly well.
    I find the main gun placement to be odd. A 76mm compact gun is a deck-penetrating mount with the rotary magazine below. That would mean the gun magazine is intruding somewhat into the bridge space, judging by the windows. I hope there is a heavily armored bulkhead between the gun magazine and the bridge.

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    There isn't really another place to stick the 76 in. Kind of the same problem as the GD version of LCS which can't mount anything bigger than the Bofors 57mm on a bow that narrow.

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    There is plenty of room on the GD LCS for a 76mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpudmanWP View Post
    There is plenty of room on the GD LCS for a 76mm
    No, there is not according to GD. The magazine is too big to fit in the hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elbs View Post
    There isn't really another place to stick the 76 in. Kind of the same problem as the GD version of LCS which can't mount anything bigger than the Bofors 57mm on a bow that narrow.
    It could be mounted as a rear-facing weapon. I just see an AP light cannon round passing through the bridge window, penetrating the bulkhead in the back of the bridge, hitting the 76mm magazine and detonating the ammo. That would be really ugly.

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