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Indonesian National Armed Forces ( TNI )

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Published on Jan 7, 2010

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This video does not show the entire main equipment weapon system of TNI ( Tentara Nasional Indonesia ), but I put a few Indonesian-made defense equipment such as SS2 series, NDL-40, ME-105, SUT Torpedo, PAL AFV, UAV-530, APS-3 Anoa, LPD, LHD, Casa Nusantara CN-235

PINDAD : http://www.pindad.com
PTDI : http://www.indonesian-aerospace.com/
PAL : http://www.pal.co.id/v5/index.php
LAPAN : http://www.lapan.go.id/


Sources:
- TNI in brief (from official website)
- TNI AU Su 30MK2 air to air refuelling
- armada timur republik indonesia
- Indonesia Amphibious Assault
- Dirgahayu TNI AU

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We have successfully maintained independence of our motherland from Dutch & British invasion

- Battle of Surabaya 1945
British forces brought in a Dutch military contingent which it termed the
Netherlands Indies Civil Administration (NICA). They wanted to restore the Dutch
rule over Indonesia, but People of Surabaya against them!


- Dutch MIlitary Agression 1 & 2 (1947-1949)
July 15, 1947, Van Mook issued an ultimatum in order to withdraw troops RI 10 km
from the demarcation line. Certainly the leadership of Indonesia rejected this request.
The main objective of Dutch aggression was seized plantation areas and areas rich with
natural resources, especially oil. But as a front for the international world,
the Dutch called this military aggression as a police action, and declared this
action as a domestic affair. Lieutenant Governor-General of the Netherlands,
Dr. H.J. van Mook said, that the Dutch no longer bound by Linggajati Agreement.
This aggression is a violation of the Agreement Linggajati


And we still maintain the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia from external threats


- Liberation of Irian Barat
When Indonesia proclaimed its independence on August 17, 1945, Indonesia claimed the
former Dutch East Indies, including the western region of Papua Island. However, the Dutch
believed that the region remains one of the Dutch province. In 1969, a referendum was
held and witnessed by two UN envoy.The result, most of the people of Papua has
approved the Integration of West Papua into the Republic of Indonesia


- Indonesia Malaysia (Included New Zealand, UK, Australia) Confrontation
In 1961, the British tried to combine its colonies on Borneo with Penisula Malaya
to form Malaysia. President Sukarno argued that Malaysia was a British puppet,
and the consolidation of Malaysia would increase British control in the region,
thus threatening the independence of Indonesia. May 3, 1963 President Sukarno declared
Two Command of the people (Dwikora) the contents: * Enhance the resilience of the Indonesian revolution * Help the revolutionary struggle of the people of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and Sabah, to destroy Malaysia
In 1965, Indonesia desire for war with Malaysia has been reduced, because of internal
conflicts (G30s/PKI).


- Prevention of communist and integration East Timor into the Republic of Indonesia
Indonesia invaded East Timor because of the insistence of the United States and Australia
who wanted to prevent Comunist FRETILIN take control over East Timor. In addition, the
integration of East Timor into Republic of Indonesia because of the will of the majority
of East Timorese who want to unite with Indonesia based on the ethnic and historical
reasons.


- Counter Separatist in Aceh
The rebellion in Aceh fueled by the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) to gain independence from
Indonesia between 1976 to 2005. Military operations conducted TNI and Police (2003-2004),
along with the devastation caused by the Indian Ocean earthquake in 2004 led to the holding
of peace agreement and end the rebellion.

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