- Indonesia has taken delivery of its fourth KCR-60M fast attack craft
- The vessel will be in service with the Indonesian Navy’s Armada I, which oversees waters in western Indonesia and the South China Sea
The Indonesian Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia – Angkatan Laut: TNI-AL) took delivery of its fourth KCR-60M missile attack craft on 25 July.
The vessel, which has been named KRI Kerambit (627), was inducted into the service’s Armada I in a commissioning ceremony held on the same day in Surabaya. First steel for the vessel was cut by state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL in February 2017, and the vessel was launched in February 2018.
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