Dutch Submarine-builder RDM Markets Morays to Indonesia

December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p42
Reports on the offer of Moray submarines by RDM Corp. to Indonesia. Fulfillment of the submarine requirement of the country; Modernization plan of the Navy; Alternative plan of the country.


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