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Indonesia plans to acquire Ukrainian Neptune anti-ship missiles


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Ukraine reported plans to sign an agreement with Indonesia for anti-ship cruise missiles.

As indicated by a Defense Express report, military heads of Indonesia and Ukraine are cooperating to maximize their military collaboration, including an agreement to supply the most up to date Ukrainian anti-ship missile, named Neptune.

According to open sources, the Neptune batteries incorporate six USPU-360 launchers with 24 R-360 anti-ship missiles.

The R-360 rocket weighs 870 kg the weight of its warhead is 150 kg; its dispatch extend is up to 280 km and its speed is around 900 km/h.

The system can be positioned at a distance of up to 25 km from the coastline, and its deployment lasts up to 15 minutes.

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