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The Indonesian Navy (Indonesian: Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Laut, TNI–AL) was founded on September 10th, 1945. Its role is to patrol Indonesia's lengthy coastline, to enforce and patrol the territorial waters and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of Indonesia, to protect Indonesia's maritime strategic interests, to protect the islands surrounding Indonesia, and to defend against seaborne threats.

The Indonesian Navy is the largest navy in South East Asia based on the number of active personnel and ships. As of 2009, the Indonesian Navy had about 75,000 active personnel and more than 150 vessels in active service. The Indonesian Navy is one of a few navies in the region backed by a substantial domestic defence industry, marine corps, and armed with supersonic missiles and attack submarines.

The Indonesian Navy is headed by a Navy Chief of Staff (Kepala Staf Angkatan Laut - Kasal). The Indonesian Navy is strengthen by two major fleets known as "Armada" which are Komando Armada Barat (Western Fleet Command) located in Tanjung Priok and Komando Armada Timur (Eastern Fleet Command) located in Surabaya with one Military Sealift Command (Komando Lintas Laut Militer). The Navy also heads the Marine Corps.

All commissioned ships of the TNI-AL have the prefix KRI, standing for Kapal Republik Indonesia (Republic of Indonesia Ship).

List of ships[edit]

  • Tanjung Dalpele-class Landing Platform Dock (1) - 2003
    • KRI Tanjung Dalpele (972)
  • Makassar-class Landing Platform Dock (4) - 2006
    • KRI Makassar (590)
    • KRI Surabaya (591)
    • KRI Banjarmasin (592)
    • KRI Banda Aceh (593)
  • Ahmad Yani-class (Van Speijk class) Frigate (6) - 1986
    • KRI Ahmad Yani (351) - former HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes (F804)
    • KRI Slamet Riyadi (352) - former HNLMS Van Speijk (F802)
    • KRI Yos Sudarso (353) - former HNLMS Van Galen (F803)
    • KRI Oswald Siahaan (354) - former HNLMS Van Nes (F805)
    • KRI Abdul Halim Perdanakusuma (355) - former HNLMS Evertsen (F815)
    • KRI Karel Satsuit Tubun (356) - former HNLMS Isaac Sweers (F814)
  • Martadinata-class (Sigma 10514) Frigate (2 UC, 4 planned) - 2017
    • KRI Raden Eddy Martadinata (331) - fitting out
    • KRI I Gusti Ngurah Rai (332) - fitting out
    • KRI Unnamed (333) - planned for construction
    • KRI Unnamed (334) - planned for construction
    • KRI Unnamed (335) - planned for construction
    • KRI Unnamed (336) - planned for construction
  • Fatahillah-class Corvette (3) - 1979
    • KRI Fatahillah (361)
    • KRI Malahayati (362)
    • KRI Nala (363)
  • Kapitan Patimura-class (Parchim class) Corvette (16) - 1992
    • KRI Kapitan Patimura (371)
    • KRI Untung Suropati (372)
    • KRI Nuku (373)
    • KRI Lambung Mangkurat (374)
    • KRI Cut Nyak Din (375)
    • KRI Sultan Thala Syafuddin (376)
    • KRI Sutanto (377)
    • KRI Sutedi Senoputra (378)
    • KRI Wiratno (379)
    • KRI Memet Sastrawiria (380)
    • KRI Tjiptadi (381)
    • KRI Hasan Basri (382)
    • KRI Imam Bonjol (383)
    • KRI Pati Unus (384)
    • KRI Teuku Umar (385)
    • KRI Silas Papare (386)
  • Diponegoro-class (Sigma 9113) Corvette (4) - 2008
    • KRI Diponegoro (365)
    • KRI Sultan Hasanuddin (366)
    • KRI Sultan Iskandar Muda (367)
    • KRI Frans Kaisiepo (368)
  • Bung Tomo-class (Nakhoda Ragam class) Corvette (3) - 2014
    • KRI Bung Tomo (357) - former KDB Jerambak (30)
    • KRI John Lie (358) - former KDB Nakhoda Ragam (28)
    • KRI Usman-Harun (359) - former KDB Bendahara Sakam (29)
  • Cakra-class (Type 209/1300) Submarine (2) - 1981
    • KRI Cakra (401)
    • KRI Nanggala (402)
  • Nagabanda-class (Chang Bogo class) Submarine (3 UC, 3 planned) - 2017
    • KRI Nagabanda (403) - fitting out
    • KRI Trisula (404) - under construction
    • KRI Nagaransang (405) - under construction
    • KRI Bramastra (406) - planned for construction
    • KRI Alugoro (407) - planned for construction
    • KRI Cundamanik (408) - planned for construction
  • Dr. Soeharso-class (Modified Tanjung Dalpele class) Hospital Ship (1) - 2007
    • KRI Dr. Soeharso (990)
  • Dewaruci-class Barquentine (1) - 1953
    • KRI Dewaruci
  • Ki Hajar Dewantara-class Training Frigate (1) - 1981
    • KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara (364)
  • Adventurer-class Schooner (1) - 1991
    • KRI Arung Samudera
  • Mandau-class Fast Missile Boat (4) -
    • KRI Mandau (PG-621)
    • KRI Rencong (PG-622)
    • KRI Badik (PG-623)
    • KRI Keris (PG-624)
  • Sampari-class Fast Attack Craft (3, 1 UC) -
    • KRI Sampari (PG-628)
    • KRI Tombak (PG-629)
    • KRI Halasan (PG-630)
    • KRI Unnamed (PG-631)
  • Clurit-class Fast Attack Craft (8, 8 UC) - 2011
    • KRI Clurit (PG-641)
    • KRI Kujang (PG-642)
    • KRI Beladau (PG-643)
    • KRI Alamang (PG-644)
    • KRI Surik (PG-645)
    • KRI Siwar (PG-646)
    • KRI Parang (PG-647)
    • KRI Terapang (PG-648)
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