Indonesian Navy – Frigates

Frigates

Martadinata class LOA 345′ / 105.2 m 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′ / 113.4 m 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′ / 96.6 m 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′ / 95.1 m 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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