KCR-40 Starting Fitted AK-630 and C-705 missiles – Quick Ship with Missile made in indonesia
KRI Kujang 642 and KRI 641 has been fitted with sickle cannon AK–630
DS–(IDB): Two Quick Ship Missile Type KCR–40 appeared in photographs in a military forum Kaskus. This time the two KCR–40, respectively 641 and KRI KRI Kujang sickles 642 is equipped with rotary cannon / gatling cannon AK–630 as the main shift vector Denel 20 mm cannon mounted on the bow while.
AK–630 is a close-in weapon system weapon system (CIWS) Russian-made fully automatic. This system consists of six barrel 30mm rotary cannon that is mounted in an enclosed automatic turret, the gun was directed by radar and tracking systems as well as equipped with a television for a particular variant detection. Code number “630″ means 6 barrels caliber 30 mm.
Vessel with a fixed propeller propulsion system 5 This leaves the full armament consisted of 1 unit of cannon AK–630 6 barrel caliber 30 mm in the bow, 2 units of Denel Vector cannon caliber 20 mm in the bridge and 2 units of SSM missile C–705 at the stern.
It appears also that the two C–705 missile launchers on the stern has been installed, by shifting the vector Denel 20 mm cannon in the direction of the bridge, the entire installation was completed KCR–40 weapon system. The weapon system will be integrated with the Combat Management System SEWACO.
Quick Ship KCR–40 missile has a length of 44 meters, 8 meters wide, 3.4 meters high and weighs 238 tons. With a fixed propeller propulsion system 5 leaves, then KCR 40 capable of sailing at speeds of 30 knots.
KCR – 40 made of special steel High Tensile Steel hull (hull) and Aluminum Alloy for uppers. Steel High Tensile Steel is a product of PT. Krakatau Steel. The two alloy material makes this boat has high stability and speed when sailing.
Until now it has made 4 KCR–40 for Satkat (Quick Ship Navy unit), respectively sickle–641 KRI, KRI Kujang–642, KRI dirk–642, and KRI Alamang–644.
In compliance with the Minimum Essential Force, the Navy plans to have 38 Quick Ship which consists of 26 missiles and 12 Quick Ship Quick Ship Torpedo.
Before the development of KCR and KCR–40–60, the Navy has had 14 Quick Ship Missile (4 FPB–57 Snapper class, 6 FPB–57 Pandrong Tacoma Saber class and class 4) and 2 Fast Torpedo Boats (FPB–57 Lion class) .
With the development of KCR and KCR–40–60 the Navy requires 22 fast ship missiles / torpedoes more satisfied of both types. Thus, the overall fast ship missile / torpedo Navy platforms will consist of 4 ships: KCR–40, Tacoma–Saber class, FPB–57 and KCR–60.