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Indonesian submarine found: what might have happened to the KRI Nanggala in its final moments?

By James Goldrick, Adjunct Professor in Naval and Maritime Strategy and Policy, Australian National University
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After a five-day search, wreckage from Indonesia’s missing submarine KRI Nanggala has been discovered at a depth of more than 800 metres in the Bali Sea.

With no survivors from the 53-person crew — and no certainty the cause of disaster will ever be confirmed — the Indonesian Navy will need to decide how much effort it devotes to examining and salvaging the wreckage.

Footage from a deep catastrophe

Initial examination of the sunken…

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