KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesia has ordered four BAE Systems’ Bofors 57mm Mk. 3 naval gun systems for its navy fast missile boat program, the company says. The 57mm guns will be fitted on four missile boats—designated by the Indonesian Navy as KCR-60—two of which are already in service and the other two being built by state-owned PT PAL shipyard in Bandung. The boats already in service are equipped with four AVIC C-705 anti-ship cruise missiles, with a range of up to 170 km ...


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