Indonesian Army

February 7, 2014 - 11:10pm
This Mi-17-V5 was one of three operated by the TNI-AD’s (Indonesian Army Aviation) SkUAD 31 squadron at Achmad Yani, Semerang, and was sent to  South Sudan for use by the United Nations.

After years of neglect, the Indonesian Army Aviation (TNI-AD) is now set for some radical modernization in a bid to stem the country’s increasing threats. A deal for eight AH-64E Guardian helicopters worth around $500 million was announced in August 2013, but it is not clear if a contract has been signed. The original DSCA (Defense Security Cooperation Agency) notification quoted a figure of $1.42 billion to cover all the associated weapons (including 32 Hellfire missile launchers and 140 Hellfire AGM-114R3 missiles), support and other associated equipment. According to the U.S.

 
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