Pembekalan Di Laut
Pembekalan Di Laut [literally Marine Supply or Provisioning at Sea], also called Underway Replenishment or Replenishment at Sea, is a way of delivery/logistics and personnel either charging from ship to ship, which was carried out while sailing in the shortest time - simply and safely. UNREP / RASEX (Underway Replenishment / Replenisment At Sea Exercise) is a method for an element in a marine force to enable an element or task force to remain at sea for long periods of time to support the implementation of an operation. RAS practice among Navies around the world is one of serial exercise interesting and quite challenging given the nature of the briefing held at sea by the ship's condition grantor (delivering ship) and receiver (receiving ship) in a running state (underway) and thus require a skill level of seamanship and teamwork, both the ship and the ship's internal counterpart.
In a combat mission and long-range patrols are common when there are tankers in the convoy accompaniment. The existence of the tanker is absolutely necessary as a supporting element for the fuel logistics and other warships, like corvettes, frigates, LST (landing ship tank) and submarines. With the tanker, which makes the element warships were conducting operations do not need to go back to the base to meet the needs of logistics and fuel.
The situation at the time of supply (weather, wind, sea state, as well as the possibility of attack, determine the direction, speed and distance as well as the time of supply must be taken into account. The equipment supply, especially for the giver (Delivering Ship) should be equipped with equipment supply (Replenishment Gears) sepraktis possible, so that can be removed quickly and easily at any time when necessary. The Safe Approach: manovra approaching should be exactly right/well so as not to cause danger of impingement. Station Keeping must be able to maintain most positions at the time of execution of the supply. Navop officer and Interpreter on the boat must have a good cooperation, in order not to shift directions and frequent changes of distance.
122 Meter BCM Bantu Cair Minyak / Liquid Petroleum Auxiliary
Ministry of defence (Kemhan) ordered one warship type of Auxiliary Liquid Petroleum (BCM) from PT Kodja Bahari Shipping and Dok (DKB) worth Rp 205 billion from a budget allocation in the State Bdget for 2011. Ceremonial "First Steel Cutting" held February 24, 2012, witnessed by a Minister of State-Owned Enterprises Dahlan, Indonesian Police Officer AL, Director of BRI, Director of PT Krakatau Steel and PT's Board of Directors. chairmanship of the company accompanied by DKB. BRI help working capital ship construction facility BCM. The development process was planned for 24 months using material 100% local content and carried out entirely by domestic experts.
By March 2013 Jakarta's Navy was building two warship types in the docks and shipyard PT Bahari Kodja Shipping. Deputy Chief of Naval Staff (Wakasal) Vice Admiral TNI Day Bowo, SE, M.Sc., reviewed the shipyard PT Dok and Shipping Kodja nautical, North Jakarta on 27 March 2013. In this review, the Wakasal was accompanied by the President Director of PT Dock and Maritime Shipping Kodja Riry Syeried Jetta. besides reviewing progress in the shipyard the first ship Liquid Oil Auxiliary Ship (BCM), also reviewed the workmanship of the Transport Tank Ships (Landing Ship Tank) built in shipyard II. "Currently, BCM Ship construction is already running 60.27%, and the Transport Ship Tank has been running 37.47% and 38.31%. All three ships are ordered by the Navy and is scheduled to be completed in 2014," President Director of PT Dock and Maritime Shipping Kodja Riry Syeried Jetta said.
The second type of ship that was constructed has the following specifications: Auxiliary Ship Oil Liquid (BCM) has a total length of 122.40 m, 113.90 m long vertical line, width 16.50 m, height 9.00 m, maximum speed 18 knots, cruising range 7,680 nm, 5,500 m3 of liquid cargo capacity which can be offloaded to ships at sea. The ship is powered a pair of high-powered engines, with a main propulsion power amount to two 6,114 HP, 2,400 tons of heavy steel, with twin screw propulsion system and a fixed pitch propeller. The Ship is not equipped helicopter hangar deck, just an aft pad for the heli. The ship is manned by 81 people.
95 Meter BCM Bantu Cair Minyak / Liquid Petroleum Auxiliary
The Navy has ordered one ship BCM from PT. Anugrah Buana Marine (ABM) of Bojonegara, Cilegon, Banten worth more Rp 160 billion. The size and weight of the ship is smaller than the production of PT DKB and only able to transport 5,000 m3 liquid oil.
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