South East Asia Military News, Reports, Data, etc.

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    Singapore Army armour National Day parade
    NDP 2019's Mobile Column practice on 8 June 2019, the last practice at Tuas before heading to the Padang. This is part two of a three part video series from the day.
    Except for Leopard I guess most of the armor are domestically designed and built including Bionix and compact self propelled howitzer
     
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    Ah, comes the time when Singaporeans glued to the TV and goes "hey there's my boy in the mobile column!"
     
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    BAE Systems 57mm Gun Systems Selected for Indonesia’s New KCR-60M
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    https://www.navalnews.com/naval-new...-systems-selected-for-indonesias-new-kcr-60m/
     
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    Philippine Navy is looking into buying Maesteale-class frigate from Italy



    According to MaxDefense, Philippine Navy is waiting for its request to inspect the ship in Italy.

    The Maestrale-class frigates were primarily designed for anti-submarine warfare (ASW), however the ships are highly flexible so they are also capable of anti-air and anti-surface operations.
     
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    China’s CSIC Lays Keel for Royal Thai Navy’s First S26T Submarine
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    https://www.navalnews.com/naval-new...el-for-royal-thai-navys-first-s26t-submarine/
     
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    PACIFIC 2019: Austal Unveils Philippine Navy OPV Design
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    https://www.navalnews.com/event-new...19-austal-unveils-philippine-navy-opv-design/

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    Successful first sea trials for Philippine Coast Guard OCEA OPV 270
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    https://www.navalnews.com/naval-new...ials-for-philippine-coast-guard-ocea-opv-270/
     
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    Myanmar Navy’s new LPD ‘Moattama’ in Vladivostok
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    Myanmar’s LPD was built in South Korea by DAE SUN Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd. A contract for the Moattama was likely signed in early 2018, but the construction of the vessel for Myanmar became publicly known only after it was launched in Busan in July 2019. It was delivered in September of this year. It is making this port-of-call in Russia on its maiden voyage from South Korea, before reaching Myamar. Its design is based on the South Korean-built Makassar-class of the Indonesian Navy but is visually closer to the Tarlak-class of the Philippine Navy. A total 10 ships of this type have been built so far for the navies of Indonesia, Peru, the Philippines, and now Myanmar. The design is said to be very affordable.

    https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2019/11/myanmar-navys-new-lpd-moattama-in-vladivostok/
     
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