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Quote:Original Posted By hidewhenwebleed


VL Mica Alhamdulillah, Seawolf VL Na'udzubillah


pilih seawolf atau tidak dipasang apa2 ??

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Om, ini Adunok yg dari Belarus ya?
Gimana kabarnya ya...apa sdh mulai dipasang di Anoa?

Nakhoda Ragam Segera Dikirm Ke Indonesia

Quote:BAE Systems ships at centre of dispute set to leave Barrow docks after years in limbo

Last updated at 16:34, Monday, 22 July 2013

THREE ships which have graced Barrow’s docks for more than five years after a dispute between BAE and the Sultan of Brunei are finally set to leave.

The three Nakhoda Ragam class vessels were built by BAE in Scotstoun, Glasgow, for the Royal Brunei Navy.

But after they were completed in 2002, Brunei refused to accept them, despite the ships being declared fit by the Royal Navy.

It is understood Brunei attempted to pull out of the deal because of operating costs and a lack of sufficiently trained personnel to operate the ships.

The legal battle was finally resolved by international arbitration in 2007 – in favour of BAE – and the ships were handed over to Brunei.

They were then moved to Barrow in 2007 to be stored at the docks while the German Lürssen shipyard, which had been contracted by Brunei, tried to find a buyer.

Now, after more than 10 years in limbo, a deal has been struck and the vessels are set to move to the warmer climate of Indonesia – in the weather the ships were designed to operate in.

Indonesia has reportedly paid just a fifth of the original £600m price tag for the three vessels. The ships are expected to enter service with the Indonesian navy within the next year.


The three corvettes are being maintained by Barrow shipping company James Fisher Marine Services.

As part of the deal to sell the ships, James Fisher sought to erect temporary living accommodation on nearby council land to house some of their own technical staff who have been providing safety cover on the corvettes.

The application was turned down by Barrow Borough Council but following an intervention by Barrow MP, John Woodcock, and undertakings by James Fisher to address the council’s concerns, Barrow Town Hall officers will now be supporting the planning application.

Mr Woodcock said: “There is real economic value in keeping the corvettes in Buccleuch Dock, with Barrow-based employees working on board them and income for local businesses from the visiting sailors.”



Source: http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/bae-sy...imbo-1.1072221

Quote:Original Posted By princeville

pilih seawolf atau tidak dipasang apa2 ??


kalo gitu seawolf gapapa dah, ....daripada tetral.....
Quote:Original Posted By hidewhenwebleed


VL Mica Alhamdulillah, Seawolf VL Na'udzubillah


Oh gitu alhamdulillah, Emgnya mica bisa di taro di gws 26 gan?
Quote:Original Posted By nyemotz

Oh gitu alhamdulillah, Emgnya mica bisa di taro di gws 26 gan?


gak bisa gan, gws-26 khusus seawolf, VL Mica launchernya tersendiri.
gws-26 NR berarti discrap atau jadi spare part type 23
Quote:Original Posted By nyemotz


Oh gitu alhamdulillah, Emgnya mica bisa di taro di gws 26 gan?


Ukuran gws 26 brp ya? Klo mau ganti vl mica brarti kemungkinan hrs pake sylver a35 yg ukurannya 5,7 meter. Itu repot ga klo ntar taunya launcher ketinggian ato kebongsoran
Quote:Original Posted By clay.keys


Ukuran gws 26 brp ya? Klo mau ganti vl mica brarti kemungkinan hrs pake sylver a35 yg ukurannya 5,7 meter. Itu repot ga klo ntar taunya launcher ketinggian ato kebongsoran


Iya brati itu nanti ganti A35 ya?
NR klo di masukin A43 muat ga ya? Lumayan bisa klo punya duit bisa dimasukin aster15
Quote:Original Posted By clay.keys

Ukuran gws 26 brp ya? Klo mau ganti vl mica brarti kemungkinan hrs pake sylver a35 yg ukurannya 5,7 meter. Itu repot ga klo ntar taunya launcher ketinggian ato kebongsoran


IMO kenapa AL dah milih Mica buat NR berarti tu rudal + launchernya dah diperhitungkan will fit perfectly di lambung NR, palagi kalo liat fisik NR yg agak gendut gitu..

Quote:Original Posted By nyemotz

Iya brati itu nanti ganti A35 ya?
NR klo di masukin A43 muat ga ya? Lumayan bisa klo punya duit bisa dimasukin aster15


IMO bisa aja sih, ukuran A43 cmiiw hampir sama A35. kalo ada duit sih aster memang pilihan terbaik
Apa bener TNI AL akan mengakuisisi UAV, menambah Korvet ?
a. Kapal Perusak Kawal Rudal Lanjutan 1
b. Kapal Perusak Kawal Rudal 2
c. MLM KRI Kelas Korvet Lanjutan 1
d. MLM KRI Kelas Korvet Kapal II 2

dan menambah arsenal baru spt
a. Tank Amfibi BMP-3F 35
b. Panser Amfibi BTR 80A 14
d. Roket Multi Laras 6
Test Bench Rudal C-705
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LAMP H KE RENJA HANNEG (28-4-2011)
THREE ships which have graced Barrow’s docks for more than five years after a dispute between BAE and the Sultan of Brunei are finally set to leave.

The three Nakhoda Ragam class vessels were built by BAE in Scotstoun, Glasgow, for the Royal Brunei Navy.

But after they were completed in 2002, Brunei refused to accept them, despite the ships being declared fit by the Royal Navy.

It is understood Brunei attempted to pull out of the deal because of operating costs and a lack of sufficiently trained personnel to operate the ships.

The legal battle was finally resolved by international arbitration in 2007 – in favour of BAE – and the ships were handed over to Brunei.

They were then moved to Barrow in 2007 to be stored at the docks while the German Lürssen shipyard, which had been contracted by Brunei, tried to find a buyer.

Now, after more than 10 years in limbo, a deal has been struck and the vessels are set to move to the warmer climate of Indonesia – in the weather the ships were designed to operate in.

Indonesia has reportedly paid just a fifth of the original £600m price tag for the three vessels. The ships are expected to enter service with the Indonesian navy within the next year.


The three corvettes are being maintained by Barrow shipping company James Fisher Marine Services.

http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/bae-sy...imbo-1.1072221
Quote:Original Posted By kenyot10
THREE ships which have graced Barrow’s docks for more than five years after a dispute between BAE and the Sultan of Brunei are finally set to leave.

The three Nakhoda Ragam class vessels were built by BAE in Scotstoun, Glasgow, for the Royal Brunei Navy.

But after they were completed in 2002, Brunei refused to accept them, despite the ships being declared fit by the Royal Navy.

It is understood Brunei attempted to pull out of the deal because of operating costs and a lack of sufficiently trained personnel to operate the ships.

The legal battle was finally resolved by international arbitration in 2007 – in favour of BAE – and the ships were handed over to Brunei.

They were then moved to Barrow in 2007 to be stored at the docks while the German Lürssen shipyard, which had been contracted by Brunei, tried to find a buyer.

Now, after more than 10 years in limbo, a deal has been struck and the vessels are set to move to the warmer climate of Indonesia – in the weather the ships were designed to operate in.

Indonesia has reportedly paid just a fifth of the original £600m price tag for the three vessels. The ships are expected to enter service with the Indonesian navy within the next year.


The three corvettes are being maintained by Barrow shipping company James Fisher Marine Services.

http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/bae-sy...imbo-1.1072221


Sayang ente repost nyot, tuh ada beritanya diatas dari Supermarine
Quote:Original Posted By hidewhenwebleed


kalo gitu seawolf gapapa dah, ....daripada tetral.....


Sedih amat ya, ada sadral kok malah tetep nyari tetral
kalo boleh tau..untuk close in weaponnya apa ya untuk NR kita ini....??
Hmmm.... kira2 Kilo kita sekarang lg diumpetin dimana yach ?
Kayaknya nanti tunggu tanggal mainnya utk dipamerin....
Klo mau yg asik ambilah ini... SIGMA want to be..



mirip SIGMA canon gede pake rolling missile
Quote:Original Posted By sapoter
Klo mau yg asik ambilah ini... SIGMA want to be..



mirip SIGMA canon gede pake rolling missile

gak boleh gede2... ntar klo nembak kapalnya terguling
BTW nih kapal sampe thn ini juga atau 2014 sih paling ccepet??
Quote:Original Posted By kenyot10
THREE ships which have graced Barrow’s docks for more than five years after a dispute between BAE and the Sultan of Brunei are finally set to leave.

The three Nakhoda Ragam class vessels were built by BAE in Scotstoun, Glasgow, for the Royal Brunei Navy.

But after they were completed in 2002, Brunei refused to accept them, despite the ships being declared fit by the Royal Navy.

It is understood Brunei attempted to pull out of the deal because of operating costs and a lack of sufficiently trained personnel to operate the ships.

The legal battle was finally resolved by international arbitration in 2007 – in favour of BAE – and the ships were handed over to Brunei.

They were then moved to Barrow in 2007 to be stored at the docks while the German Lürssen shipyard, which had been contracted by Brunei, tried to find a buyer.

Now, after more than 10 years in limbo, a deal has been struck and the vessels are set to move to the warmer climate of Indonesia – in the weather the ships were designed to operate in.

Indonesia has reportedly paid just a fifth of the original £600m price tag for the three vessels. The ships are expected to enter service with the Indonesian navy within the next year.


The three corvettes[/size] are being maintained by Barrow shipping company James Fisher Marine Services.

http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/bae-sy...imbo-1.1072221


sebenernya NR iki korvet opo light fregat seh mbah????
Quote:Original Posted By princeville


pilih seawolf atau tidak dipasang apa2 ??


tidak dipasang apa-apa