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KRI Tanjung

The Tanjung [Cape] class ships are a collection [not really a "class"] of ex-civilian cruise ships operated by the Indonesian Navys as troop transports. These ships are military ships and colored in navy grey. KRI Tanjung Kambani has a length of 114.5 meters, a beam of 19.8 meters and a depth of 6.00 meters. This personnel carrier ship displaces 7,139 tons, has a maximum speed of 13 knots, an endurance of 15 days, and a crew of 119. The KRI Tanjung Kambani has a bed capacity for 460 people, can accomodate a helicopter of up to 6.8 tons, and a cargo 20.83 tons. Under certain conditions, Tanjung Kambani can carry up to 1,500 people. KRI Tanjung Kambani can haul 45 light trucks, or 60 sedans.

KRI Tanjung Kambani was previously named Dong Yang No.6, built ??in Japan and launched in March 1982 as a civilian transport ship passengers. In 2000 the ship was modified into a ship for carrying aid personnel, and entered the ranks of the Navy of the Republic of Indonesia. Modifications were implemented in Dockyard Dae Sun Shipbuilding & Engineering Ci. Ltd. Pusan ??South Korea for about six months from May 1 until 9 November 2000. These modifications added a helipad without hangars, some small arms of 20 mm caliber and 35 mm caliber, as well as some changes in the function room to accommodate more troops. KRI Tanjung Kambani officially entered into the ranks of the Republic of Indonesia Warship starting on November 10, 2000.

On 19 December 2012), KRI Tanjung Kambani-971 commanded by Marine Lt. Col. (P) Dada Sumatri docked at Pier Container Hatta Makassar. Kedatangan Kambani KRI Makassar-971 in order to carry as many as 650 soldiers of Battalion Task Force 431 for Border Security Operations (Opspamtas) RI - PNG. Before embanking 431Infantry Battalion Task Force, 650 Soldiers of the Army Strategic Reserve Command area of operations held a ceremony at Pier Port Container Boxed - Hatta Makassar. In this ceremony ceremony acted as Inspector General of Police Chief Inspector Sulselbar Jhony Wainal Usman. Present at the release ceremony Lantamal VI Commander Brigadier General Tahir M.Suwandi Marines, Asrena Danlantamal VI, Aslog Danlantamal VI, VI Danlantamal Asops, Kafasharkan Lantamal VI Makassar and other officials.

KRI Tanjung Kambani-971, one of the ships from the ranks of the Military Sealift Command (Kolinlamil), carryied personnel and material debarcation Army troops belonging to the Regional Security Task Force Border (Pamtas) RI- Papua New Guinea (PNG), in public pier Merauke, Papua, on 14 February 2013. KRI Tanjung Kambani-971 commanded by Marine Lt. Col. (P) Imam Teguh Wibowo, on Wednesday (12/2) to arrive at the pier General Merauke, Papua. After docking at the pier, KRI Tanjung Kambani-971 further lowers Battalion personnel 310/Kidang Kencana Military Command III / Siliwangi, Sukabumi, and materials to be used in the assignment for six months keeping the border area between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.

According to the commander of KRI Marine Lt. Col. (P) Imam Teguh Wibowo, besides Battalion 310/Kidang Kencana, helped implement debarkation 726/Tamalatea Infantry Battalion Military Command VII / Wirabuana and some Army personnel of unity in Jakarta. Kencana 310/Kidang Infantry Battalion Task Force Military Command III / Siliwangi, Sukabumi, and will replace the 726/Tamalatea Battalion Task Force Battalion 121/Macan Beetles (Battalion 121/MK). A Battalion Infantry under the Command of Military District Command I / Bukit Barisan, which is based in Galang, Deli Serdang regency.

Tanjung Oisina was built by NV Scheepswerfen Machinfabrik de Merwede, Hardinxveld, Netherlands. It was launched in 1959 and taken over by the Indonesian navy in 1978. Dimensions are 139.92 x 18.67 x 8.61 meters/459 x 61.3 x 28.2 feet Propulsion: Diesels, 1 shaft. The Tanjung Oisina has a diesel engine connected to an axle that continuously produces 8,600 bhp and produces a speed of 16.5 knots.

KRI Tanjung Nusanive hull number 973 is one of the transport ships owned by the navy. This ship was previously owned civilian passenger ship company PELNI named KM Kambuna , after being handed over to the Navy the ship was named KRI Tanjung Nusanive. The ship has a length of around 144 m , width 23 m, draft 5.9 m, 3,400 tons DWT, GRT 3947.80 tons, and NRT 8583.82 tons, with a passenger capacity (as a civilian ship) Class 1: 100 people , Class 2: 200, Class 3: 300, Grade 4: 472 people, and Economy Class: 500 people. KRI Tanjung Nusanive was built in 1984 and started operation March 25, 1984.

KRI Tanjung Fatagar hull number 974, a sister ship to KRI Tanjung Nusanive, is one of the transport ships owned by the navy. This ship was previously owned civilian passenger of the Indonesian Shipping Company, PT. Pelni, named KM Rinjani, after being handed over to the Navy the ship was named KRI Tanjung Fatagar. The ship has a length of around 144 m , width 23 m, draft 5.9 m, 3,400 tons DWT, GRT 3947.80 tons, and NRT 8583.82 tons, with a passenger capacity (as a civilian ship) Class 1: 100 people , Class 2: 200, Class 3: 300, Grade 4: 472 people, and Economy Class: 500 people.

Name Hull Descriptionbuiltbought Status
KRI Tanjung Kambani 971 ex-Dong That no. 619822000reported not in service by 2013, but local reports contradict this
KRI Tanjung Oisina 972 ex-MV Princess Irene19591978three in service as of 2013, probably this elderly unit withdrawn
KRI Tanjung Nusanive 973 ex-KM Kambuna1984in service
KRI Tanjung Fatagar 974 ex-KM Rinjaniin service

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