Indonesia Develops New Generation of Warships

Indonesia has started producing a new generation of warships for its naval forces.

Indonesia began the manufacturing process for two new warships, which are part of a new generation for the Indonesian Navy. These ships will be modified versions of the Arrowhead-140 ships developed by the British company Babcock.

The production of these new ships is being carried out under contracts signed between the British company Babcock and Indonesian institutions.

Each of these new ships has a length of 140 metres, a displacement of 5,600 tons, and can travel at a speed of 26 knots, covering 9,000 nautical miles on each mission.

Furthermore, these ships are equipped with anti-aircraft missiles, 57mm guns, and helicopter platforms.

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