Indonesian Navy – Frigates

Frigates

Martadinata class LOA 345′ TDISP 2,360 tons (2 active)

KRI Raden Eddy Martadinata 331 (2017)

Military Sealift Command’s USNS Rappahannock Delivers Fuel to Indonesian Frigate, Helps Increase Capacity
KRI Raden Eddy Martadinata (FFG-331) prepares to receive fuel from Military Sealift Command’s fleet replenishment oiler USNS Rappahannock, May 2018. Credit: US Navy Official 4409432 Grady Fontana

KRI Raden Eddy Martadinata 331 Surabaya 2019KRI I Gusti Ngurah 332 (2018)KRI I Gusti Ngurah Rai 332 Surabaya 2019

Ahmad Yani class (originally the Dutch Van Speijk class) LOA 372′ TDISP 3,800 tons (all transferred from the Netherlands: 6 built, 1 retired)

KRI Slamet Riyadi 352 (1986-2019) formerly HNLMS Van Speijk F-80 (1967-1986)

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KRI Slamet Riyadi 352 Dec. 2014. Credit: Marwan Mohamad / CC BY-SA

KRI Slamet Riyadi 352 Surabaya 2018KRI Abdul Halim Perdanakusuma 355 (1989) formerly HNLMS Evertsen F-803 (1967-1989)KRI Abdul Halim Perdanakusuma Surabaya 2018KRI Karel Satsuit Tubun 356 (1990)  formerly HNLMS Isaac Sweers F-814 (1968-1990)KRI Karel Satsuit Tubun 356 Surabaya 2020

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NATO frigates Hr.Ms. Van Nes F-805, USS Edward McDonnell FF-1043, and the West German Lübeck F-224 entering Lisbon, 1975. Van Nes was transferred to Indonesia, named KRI Oswald Siahaan 354 in 1988. Note the original 4.5 inch twin guns forward. Credit: Isaac Newton (webmaster) / CC BY-SA

KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara 364 (1981-2019) LOA 317′ TDISP 2,000 tons multipurpose frigate and training vessel. Built in Yugoslavia.

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KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara ca. 2008. Credit:Indonesian Navy.

KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara Surabaya 2019

KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara Surabaya 2013Samadikun Class (USN Claud Jones Class) LOA 312′ TDISP 1,900 tons (4, all former USN, all retired, service USN 1959-1973/74) Indonesia (1974-2003)

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USS John R. Perry DE-1034, Key West displaying Christmas lighting, 1961. John R. Perry became the KRI Samadikun 341 in 1971. Credit: Official USN official K-26491 from the U.S. Navy Naval History and Heritage Command.

Claud Jones frigate Surabaya 2004

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