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Postby theaudrey » 04 Oct 2012 21:20

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Hawk 200 TNI Airforce Crash in Pekanbaru City

Postby theaudrey » 16 Oct 2012 16:57

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PEKANBARU: Thousands of people from all walks of life flock to see the wreckage Air Force Hawk 200, which falls around residential RT 03, RW 03, Village 03, Village Pandau Jaya, District Siak Hulu, Kampar district on Tuesday.

A Hawk 200 aircraft owned by the Air Force made ​​in the UK fell unexpectedly and scandalize the neighborhood that are not far from the location of the wreckage.

The plane was piloted by Reza Yuli Pradibyo doing regular exercise and had preached wobble before falling. The pilot himself survived because out using ejection seat before the plane crashed.

Information from the site mentions that the area is guarded by military personnel and closed to the public.

"We were only allowed to see the wreckage. Allowed only from a distance," he said.

The plane is believed to belong to the Air 12 Black Panther Squadron based in Pekanbaru air base.
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source:http://www.bisnis.com/articles/pesawat-tni-au-jatuh-ribuan-orang-melihat-bangkai-hawk-200

R.I.P our hawk, nevermind..at least the pilot safe.
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TNI Airforce Will Place some of F-16 in Pekanbaru City

Postby theaudrey » 16 Oct 2012 17:23

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BANDUNG, (AFP).-Related grant F 16 fighter planes from the United States, amounting to 24 units, eventually some of it will be placed in Pekanbaru, Riau. The plane was later Indonesia will keep the defense in the Armed Forces Operations Command Air Force I (Koopsau I).

"In the future, the plan of 24 F 16 fighter aircraft will be in Pekanbaru, too," said the Commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces Operations Command Air Force I (Koopsau I) Young Marshal TNI Good Puruhito, met after the lead position handover ceremony Base Commander Air Bandung, Saturday (13/10).

Nice Explained, for placement on the Squadron 12 will not Pekanbaru. Rather built a new place.

"Maybe at the beginning of 2014 is ready. And, later on the plane gradually, "he explained.

According to him, the squadron for the F 16 fighter that stands alone. And, do not join a squadron of 12 Pekanbaru.

He explained, the placement of the F 16 in there to guard the border and Indonesia's defense from the threat of a foreign country. As is known, the western region of Indonesia borders the nearest Singapore, and Malaysia.

Furthermore, Good said, adding fighter F 16, because of developments in technology, equipment main weapons systems (defense equipment). In addition, the anticipated threat from a foreign country.

Good said, there has been no violation and the threat of a foreign country. However, it will continue to maintain the territorial integrity of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia.

source:http://www.pikiran-rakyat.com/node/207168
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 23 Oct 2012 16:48

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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 04 Nov 2012 15:57

Indonesia to Buy Weapons from England

england agreed to sell defense equipment to the Indonesian Armed Forces. It is contained in a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the Minister of Defence Phillip Hammond MP and Minister of Defense Purnomo Yusgiantoro at White Room, 10 Downing Street, on Thursday afternoon, November 1, 2012.

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British military equipment that will be sold to Indonesia, including starstreak missiles, sniper rifles, small warships multipurpose (Multi Roles Light Frigate-MLRF), as well as spare parts for fighter Hawk 109/209.

Britain will also help increase the capacity of the Indonesian National Army at the Center for Peace and Security Studies. Assistance is in the form of audio visual equipment for language training, also provides courses and seminars for members of the peacekeeping force.

The MoU was signed after a bilateral meeting between President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Prime Minister David Cameron's official residence at Cameron's office at the same time.

There are three that yesterday a memorandum of understanding signed by both parties. Two other MoU is cooperation in the creative economy and education. Signing of MoU creative economy by the Minister of Culture and Tourism of Indonesia Marie Pangestu, Minister of Culture and Communications and Creative Industries Ed Vaizey England.

"This agreement is very important because the UK is one of the references for the development of creative industries in Indonesia. Moreover, the level of political commitment to the development of creative industries, equally, are managed on the ministerial level, "said Marie Pangestu.

Education MoU was signed by the Minister of Education and Culture of Indonesia Muhammad Nuh and the Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willets UK. "Through this partnership, we want to develop the study of Indonesia in universities in the UK, as in Exeter, SOAS, and Oxford, so that Indonesia British experts will be many more," said Mohammad Nuh told Tempo.

In addition, he said, there are scholarships given to about 150 students per year as a complement to Indonesia from the Directorate General of Higher Education scholarship to study in England.

source: Tempo
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 04 Nov 2012 16:24

Unmanned Aircraft Hangar Facility Ready for Use

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2 November 2012, Jakarta: The Air Force has prepared a squadron hangar for unmanned aircraft. The plan squadron will be stationed in Pontianak. Procurement squadron had been planned long ago by the Ministry of Defence (Kemhan). "The hangar is finished. Just waiting for the arrival of the aircraft," said Air Force Chief Information Office, First Marshal Azman Yunus, when contacted newspaper Jakarta, Thursday (1/11).

Azman said the drone squadron will be focused on monitoring the border. That is the reason why the aircraft will be stationed at the Pontianak as close to a border. Later, the aircraft will also be fitted in the form of surveillance equipment to monitor weather radar.

The aircraft is being awaited his arrival was certainly not the aircraft made in Indonesia. "Yes, the plane from the outside (the country). Aircraft in the country do not meet the needs of our proposed operations," said Azman. He added another reason to choose foreign products because of its high cruising.

"We need unmanned aircraft has a cruising range of up to 400 kilometers. Industry in the country and no one can make it," he added. He also said not count how many planes will be brought in to meet the squadron, including the Air Force has not specify who later commanded the squadron's unbelievable.

Earlier, Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro, said the existence of the drone squadron need for effective border security. "Meanwhile, the squadron that we are building it for reconnaissance and observation areas," the minister said.

Air Force Chief of Staff Marshal Imam Sufaat, said the Air Force wants drones which has a cruising and durability. And the choice fell on unmanned aircraft from the Philippines whose technology from Israel. Deputy Secretary of Defense, Sjafrie, at a meeting with the Commission I, said it would buy four unmanned reconnaissance aircraft with a budget of 16 million U.S. dollars.

Source: Koran Jakarta.
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 11 Nov 2012 18:06

Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers

Indonesia has finally implemented its $400 million deal to buy 16 units of T-50 Golden Eagle advanced jet trainers from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) by paying part of the contract, Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) said Wednesday.

The deal marks the type’s first export sale to overseas but the payment had been delayed, said the Korean aerospace company.
Indonesia paid an upfront cost of $60 million, 15 percent of the total contract for the jet trainers.

The Indonesian Defense Ministry signed the deal with KAI one year and six months ago. KAI will deliver the trainers to the country’s air force as the contract stipulates that the aircraft must be delivered 18 months after the contract went in effect.

The aircraft will be delivered more than four months ahead of schedule. KAI already began production of T-50i, the Indonesian variance of T-50, a KAI official said.



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Source:http://news.mk.co.kr/newsRead.php?year=2012&no=693827

T-50i ? :P
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 11 Nov 2012 19:15

RTAF Prajin Juntong Visit TNI Air Force Headquarters

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Sindonews.com - Chief of Staff of the Air Force (Rafters) or the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) Thailand Marshal Prajin Juntong a visit to the Air Force (Air Force), Indonesia, at Air Force headquarters.

During the visit, praising Marshal Prajin Juntong air fleet owned by Indonesia, in particular transport aircraft were C-295.

"The first day was a visit at Air Force headquarters, received Rafters Marshal Imam Sufaat, as well as touring acceptable TNI TNI Commander Admiral Agus Suhartono," according to a press statement received from the Company Sindonews Halim air base on Tuesday (6/11 / 2012).

On day two Prajin Juntong accompanied Marshal Imam Sufaat Marsma Halim air base and military commander Adang Supriyadi, visits at Halim Perdanakusuma air base.

Before flying back to Thailand, Marshal Prajin took looking straight C-295 aircraft from Air Squadron Wing 1 2 Halim air base.

On that occasion, he and Imam Sufaat up the C-295 in the cockpit, as well as receiving an explanation of the C-295 aircraft from Air Squadron Commander 2 Lieutnant Elistar Silaen.

Finish the visit at Halim, the Rafters Thailand entourage returned to Thailand using Aircraft Air Bus A 310-300 HS-TYQ Royal Thai Air Force.

As reported earlier, transport aircraft C-295 was an Airbus Military aircraft production, made in Spain.


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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby godarmy » 19 Feb 2013 20:24

กองทัพอากาศอินโดนีเซียได้รับเครื่องบิน F-16C block25 จากอเมริกาจำนวน 4 ลำครับ ส่งมอบในปี 2013-2014 ครับ

อ้างอิงจาก http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-database/F ... rce/TNIAU/
Master degree of Engineering (science and Polymer Engineer) , Silpakorn university
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby Cloundy078 » 28 Feb 2013 23:50

Indonesian Air Force gets two Sukhoi jet fighters, waits for four more

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Two out of the six Sukhoi Su-30 MK2 jet fighters ordered by the Indonesian Air Force (TNI AU) arrived at Sultan Hasanuddin Air Force Base in Makassar late on Friday evening.

A spokesman from the base, Maj. Muliadi, said on Saturday the two jet fighters were part of an order of six Su-30 MK2s arriving in batches.

“The remaining four jet fighters will arrive in June and July,” he said.

ที่มา : http://globaldefenceanalysis.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/indonesian-air-force-gets-two-sukhoi-jet-fighters-waits-for-four-more/
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby Cloundy078 » 01 Mar 2013 20:27

Indonesia, South Korea to Build Fighter Aircraft

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Indonesia and South Korea are cooperating in building a joint fighter but politics are delaying progress. The project will produce the KFX/IFX fighter, which is called a "4.5-generation" combatant aircraft, as opposed to the U.S. Lockheed Martin fifth-generation stealth Lightning-II F-35 fighter.

The KFX/IFX' s fighter's abilities are designed to be more advanced than the U.S.-built Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon jet aircraft. The KFX/IFX fighter jets will eventually be designated the F-33, with a capability slightly below the F-35.

However, the entire project will be slow off the mark, Indonesian Defense Ministry official Pos Hutabarat said. "It will be postponed in 1 1/2 years because the recent transition of power in South Korea," he said at a defense industry seminar in Jakarta. "The new president has just been inaugurated in that country. The new government needs more data to convince the Parliament."

South Korea on Monday marked the inauguration of President Park Geun-hye. Pos said the delay will push back collaboration on the project to June 2014. He said the Indonesian government was contributing 20 percent of the aircraft development costs, with the rest coming from Seoul, China's Xinhua news agency reported Thursday.

Pos added that Indonesia has sent 30 engineers involved in the work to design the KFX/IFX fighter at South Korea's Korea Aerospace Industries defense facility.

Indonesia currently deploys 10 F-16As and South Korea about 135 of F-16 fighters, many of which were built in South Korea under a $5.5 billion technology transfer licensing agreement with General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin), from 1994-2004.

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Seoul and Jakarta project that the joint fighter program will construct 250 KFX/IFX jets, with Indonesia to receive 50 aircraft by 2020.

The price of a KFX/IFX fighter is estimated at roughly $50 million-$60 million per aircraft. In contrast, Lockheed Martin's F-35 Lightning II, is estimated substantially more and the price tag is constantly rising with cost overruns. In 2010 South Korea and Indonesia agreed to cooperate in the production of KFX/IFX warplanes.

The countries agreed that the initial KFX/IFX operational requirements were to develop a single-seat, twin-engine jet with stealth capabilities beyond either the Dassault Rafale or Eurofighter Typhoon, both of which British and French defense firms were promoting in Asia. They also planned for the KFX/IFX would have capabilities marginally less advanced than the F-35.

Compared to the U.S.-built Fighting Falcon F-16s, the KFX/IFX has been designed to have a 50 percent greater combat radius, a 34 percent longer airframe lifespan, better avionics and better electronic warfare and data uplink capabilities.

Although South Korea is underwriting the majority of the KFX/IFX and has substantial technology to produce the fighter, it is seeking partnership cooperation beyond its initial collaboration with from Indonesian Aerospace, possibly to include Turkish Aerospace Industries, Sweden's SAAB and U.S. firms Boeing and Lockheed Martin to implement the project.

ที่มา : http://stardefense.blogspot.com/2013/03/indonesia-south-korea-to-build-fighter.html
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 23 Mar 2013 17:13

news from few month ago, Indonesia send pilot to south korea for T-50i trainer aircraft
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

Postby theaudrey » 23 Mar 2013 17:16

KFX/IFX cannard version, the last news about this programm is postponed for 18month. :cry:
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Re: MERGED: กองทัพอากาศอินโดนิเซีย

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