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Naval Warfare

PREMIUM: Indonesia and neighbours scramble to find missing submarine

22nd April 2021 - 08:45 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Christchurch

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KRI Nanggala is the second of two Cakra-class diesel-electric submarines of the Indonesian Navy. (USN)

Indonesia has lost 20% of its submarine capability after a diesel-electric boat went missing off the coast of Bali.

KRI Nanggala, the second of two Cakra-class (Type 209) diesel-electric submarines of the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL), went missing on 21 April in waters approximately 100km north of Bali.

ACM Hadi Tjahjanto, Chief of the Indonesian Armed Forces, told media later that day that contact with the submarine was lost ...

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