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Indonesian army presents its shopping list

5th December 2019 - 14:27 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Christchurch

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The Indonesian military operates on five-year procurement cycles, and Phase 3 of its modernisation programme will occur from 2020-24. As the Indonesian Army (TNI-AD) looks forward to the next phase of the country’s Minimum Essential Force policy, it has publicised a shopping list of what it hopes to obtain.

The TNI-AD’s list is extensive, so much so that it is difficult to conceive that it will receive everything it wants. It encompasses armoured vehicles, air defence systems, artillery pieces and aircraft.

PT Pindad will be producing Harimau medium tanks for the Indonesian Army, with 18 to be built in 2021,

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Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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