Equipment of the Indonesian Air Force

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Aircraft[edit]

A F-16C during a functional check at Hill Air Force Base
Airtech CN-235
T-50i Indonesian Air force
A Boeing 737 on take off
A Su-30 on take off

Current inventory[edit]

Aircraft Origin Type Variant In service Notes
Combat Aircraft
Hawk 200 United Kingdom light attack 209 24[1]
Northrop F-5 United States fighter F-5E 6[1]
Sukhoi Su-27 Russia multirole 27SK/SKM[2] 5[1]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia multirole 30MKK/MK2 11[2]
Sukhoi Su-35 Russia multirole 11 on order[3]
Embraer EMB 314 Brazil light attack / COIN 15[1]
F-16 Fighting Falcon United States multirole F-16 A/C/D 32[1][4][5]
Maritime Patrol
Boeing 737 United States maritime patrol 3[1]
CASA CN-235 Spain / Indonesia maritime patrol 2[1]
Transport
Boeing 737 United States VIP 1[1]
CASA C-212 Spain transport / medevac 9[1]
C-130 Hercules United States transport C-130B/H 20[1] four of which are Lockheed L-100’s [6]
EADS CASA C-295 Spain transport 15[1]
Helicopters
MBB Bo 105 Germany light utility 4[1]
Eurocopter EC 725 Germany / France CSAR H225M 6[1]
Eurocopter AS332 France transport / utility 9[1]
Aérospatiale SA330 France transport / utility 10[1]
AgustaWestland AW101 United Kingdom / Italy VIP 1[1]
AgustaWestland AW139 Italy utility 1[1]
Trainer Aircraft
KAI T-50 Republic of Korea jet trainer 15[1]
BAE Hawk United Kingdom primary trainer Hawk 109 7[1]
T-34 Mentor United States trainer 15[1]
Northrop F-5 United States conversion trainer F-5F 3[1]
Grob G 120TP Germany basic trainer 17[1]
KAI KT-1 Woongbi Republic of Korea primary trainer 14 2 on order[1]
Eurocopter EC120 Germany / France trainer 10[1]
F-16 Fighting Falcon United States conversion trainer F-16B 7[1]
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 Italy trainer 18[1]

Former[edit]

An OV-10 Bronco on display at an Air force Museum in Yogyakarta
A MiG-21 of the Indonesian Air Force
A B-25 Mitchell on display
Aircraft Origin Type Variant In service Notes
Combat Aircraft
MiG-15 Soviet Union fighter 15[7] retired from service
MiG-17 Soviet Union fighter 40[8] retired from service
MiG-19 Soviet Union fighter 35[8] retired from service
MiG-21 Soviet Union fighter 15[8] retired from service
OV-10 Bronco United States COIN / surveillance OV-10F 13[9] replaced by the EMB 314 Super Tucano[10]
CAC Sabre Australia fighter 16[7] variant of the F-86 Sabre
A-4 Skyhawk United States attack A-4E 33[7] obtained from Israel
P-51 Mustang United States fighter P-51D/K 46[11] retired from service
de Havilland Vampire United Kingdom fighter 8[7] retired from service
B-26 Invader United States light bomber 6[7] retired from service
North American B-25 United States medium bomber C/D/J 42[11] obtained from the Netherlands
Tupolev Tu-16 Soviet Union strategic bomber 24[7] retired from service
Transport
Cessna 402 United States light utility 2[8] retired from service
Cessna 206 United States light utility T207 5[8] retired from service
Douglas C-47 United States transport 21[7] retired from service
HU-16 Albatross United States SAR / utility UF-1 10[7] amphibious aircraft - retired from service
PBY-5A Catalina United States SAR / utility 8[11] amphibious aircraft - retired from service
Ilyushin Il-14 Soviet Union transport 28[7] retired from service
Antonov An-12 Soviet Union transport 3[7] retired from service
de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Canada utility / transport 5[7] STOL capable aircraft - retired from service
Helicopters
Bell 47 [8] United States utility retired from service
Bell 206 United States liaison 2[9] retired from service
Bell 204 United States utility 2[9] retired from service
Mil Mi-1 Soviet Union light utility 8[7] retired from service
Mil Mi-2 Russia light utility 2[7] retired from service
Mil Mi-4 Soviet Union utility 26[7] retired from service
Mil Mi-6 Soviet Union heavy transport 8[7] retired from service
Hiller 12 United States utility 10[7] retired from service
Hughes 300 United States training 300C 9[7] retired from service
Sikorsky H-34 United States transport S-58T 12[9] retired from service
Trainer Aircraft
A-4 Skyhawk United States conversion trainer TA-4J 2[7] retired from service
Lockheed T-33 United States trainer 12[7] retired from service
L-29 Delfin Czechoslovakia trainer 18[7] retired from service
Beechcraft T-34 United States trainer T-34C 65[7] retired from service

Munitions[edit]

Mark 82 gereral purpose bomb
Illustration of an AGM -65 Maverick
Name Origin Type Notes
Air-to-air missile
R-73 Russia short-range IR guided
R-77[12][13][14] Russia active radar homing
AA-2 Atoll Russia short-range IR guided
AA-10 Alamo Russia medium-range IR guided
AIM-120 C-7 [15] United States beyond-visual-range missile
AIM-9J/P/9X-2[16] United States short-range IR guided initial 175 missiles obtained[7]
MAA-1 Piranha Brazil short-range IR guided
Air-to-surface missile
Kh-29 Russia imaging infrared seeker initial 10 missiles obtained[7]
Kh-59 Russia TV-guided cruise missile initial 10 missiles obtained[7]
AGM-65 Maverick[7] United States imaging infrared seeker
General-purpose bomb
Mark 82[17] United States
BT-250[18] Indonesia
Anti-ship missile
Kh-31 Russia imaging infrared seeker initial 10 missiles obtained[7]

Weapons[edit]

Air Defense[edit]

Name Origin Type In service Notes
SAM
Rapier United Kingdom SAM system 51[7] includes technology transfer to Indonesia
NASAMS 2 Norway mobile SAM system 1 launcher[7]
TD-2000B China MANPADS 8 units[7]
Air Defence Artillery
Oerlikon GDF Switzerland towed anti-aircraft 4[7] obtained from China
Skyshield Switzerland towed anti-aircraft 8[7]

Small arms[edit]

An MP5 submachine gun
Name Origin Type Variant Notes
Glock[19][20] Austria Semi-auto pistol
SIG Sauer P226[21] Germany Semi-auto pistol
Pindad G2[20] Indonesia Semi-auto pistol
MP5[19] Germany Submachine gun personal defense weapon
Pindad SS1[20] Indonesia Assault rifle
Heckler & Koch G3[22] Germany Assault rifle
SAR 21[23] Singapore Assault rifle
PGM Hécate II[24] France Anti-materiel rifle
M60 machine gun[25] United States Heavy machine gun

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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