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•  FENOMENA GLOBAL•  ISU TERORISME•  ISU SENJATA PEMUSNAH MASSAL•  ISU KELANGKAAN ENERGI•  DAMPAK PEMANASAN GLOBAL•  BENCA...
MEXICOUSACANADASoutheAfricePPHILIPPINESMALAYSIASINGAPOREINDONESIAUSAPOP : 298.444.134GDI : US$ 13.500 BDEF BDGT : US$ 582 ...
POWER MAP OF SOUTHEAST ASIAMEKSIKOASKANADA	  	  	  ASAFSELPHILIPPINESINDONESIABRUNEIPOP : 0,38 millionGDI : US$ 6 BDEF BDG...
Y BORDER AND OUTER ISLANDS ISSUEY SEPARATISM ISSUEY TERORISM ISSUEY COMMUNAL CONFLICT ISSUEY ANARCHISTS RADICALISM ISSUEY ...
•  MILITARY AGGRESION•  BORDER VIOLATION•  SEPARATISM MOVEMENT•  ARMED REBELLION•  SECURING VITAL NATIONAL OBJECTS OF STRA...
NATIONALDEFENSEDOCTRINENATIONALDEFENSESTRATEGYGUIDING ENDSWHAT TO DEFEND?(NATION SOVEREIGNTY, REGIONINTEGRITY & NATION SAF...
D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO AVERT ALL THREAT &DISTURBANCE WHICH ENDANGER NATION SOVEREIGNTY, REGIONINTEGRITY OF IND...
TOTAL DEFENCE(national defense system)NON MILITARY DEFENSE( national resources )MILITARY DEFENSE(Indonesian Army)NonMilita...
3 2 15 4NATURAL/ARTIFICIAL RESOURCES& Facilities/InfrastructureIndustryOther citizensExpert/Professional :• Doctor• Parame...
LAYERED DEFENSEDETERRENCEHANDLING MILITARY THREATHANDLING NON MILITARYTHREATGENERAL	  CONCEPT	  OF	  NATIONAL	  DEFENSE	  ...
ThreatGlobalRegionalNasionalProvinsialLokalLATAR BELAKANGLAND IDIILLAND YURIDISLAND HISTORISLAND VISIONALDeterrence	  Laye...
NATIONAL DEFENSE DOCTRINEDoctrinal base ofNational Defense Planwhich must beunderstood & becomeguide in accordancewith eac...
A TEACHING ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF NATIONALDEFENSE BELIEVED AS TRUE, DUG OUT OF THE NATION’S STRUGGLE &LESSON LEAR...
NATURENATIONALDEFENSEDOCTRINENATIONAL STRUGGLE- NATION IDENTITY- STRUGGLING NATURE- NATION’S IDEALISM- NATIONAL PURPOSE- N...
Perceptive(Conceptual)* Concept & Principlesof Peace & War* Doctrine* Concept of thoughtImplementationComplete(Physic)* Po...
MAIN CONDITION OF NATIONAL DEFENSE•  WHILE ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT STILL EMPHASIZE ONPROSPERITY ASPE...
MAIN LAYOUT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE•  STATE’S DEFENSE POSTURE WHICH ISDEVELOPED TO ACTUALIZE UNIVERSALDEFENSE SYSTEM, ...
BLUEPRINT OF FUTURE NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURELAYOUT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE•  STATE’S DEFENSE POSTURE WHICH IS DEVELOPE...
DEFENSE POWERDEPLYMENT 2007BLUEPRINT OF FUTUREDEFENSE POSTUREMILITARY DEFENSENON MILITARYDEFENSEPOSTURE DEVELOPMENT PHASIN...
BUDGET IS THE LIMIT FACTORNATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE DESIGN	  YEAR 2010 1,90% GDI INCREASE 3,90%NATIONAL DEFENSE BUDGET IN 2...
TARGET OF 40% SHIFT 35%, 30%, 25% AND 20% MAJORRANKED SOLDIER SALARY 4 TIMES MONTHLY INCOMEPER CAPITA. EARNINGS & WEALTH R...
INCREASE NATIONALDEFENSE CAPABILITY TOMINIMIZE RISK & THREAT	  	  	  	  INCREASE QUALITY OF BIN*CAPABILITY & BAIS TNI* &OT...
AS SOLE EXECUTER ON AEROSPACEDEFENSE GIVEN FULL AUTHORITY	  	  	  	  	  AS ANTICIPATION FORGLOBALIZATION WHICH IS LOADEDWI...
•  KOSTRAD•  KOPASSUS•  SUPPORTING POWER•  REGIONAL POWER•  MEWS DEVELOPMENT•  MILITARY BASEORGANIZATION MARINE ;SSAT :•  ...
POWER•  RESERVE COMPONENT•  SUPPORTING COMPONENTCAPABILITY•  DIPLOMACY•  ECONOMY•  SOCIAL•  MORALETITLE•  RESERVE COMPONEN...
INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITY	  DEFENSE CAPABILITYSECURITY CAPABILITY	  SUPPORT CAPABILITYREGION EMPOWERMENT CAPABILITYCAPABILITY
POWERDEPLOYMENT	  BASED ON INTEGRATED TRI-SERVICE FORCETITLES OF GROUND FORCES•  KOPASSSUS DEPLOYMENT•  KOSTRAD DEPLOYMENT...
COMPARING PERCENTAGE OFGDI SINCE YEAR2001 TO 2008 DECREASE YEAR 2001 1,05%,WHILE ON YEAR 2008 0,78%NOMINALLY NATIONAL DEFE...
PHASE I: 2010-2014.REALIZING SECURE AND PEACEFUL CONTITION ON SEVERAL AREAS WHICH GET BETTER BYINCREASING BASIC CAPABILITY...
NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE CAN ONLY BE ACTUALIZED BYSUFFICIENT BUDGET GDI 1,95% TO 3,95% OF GDINATIONAL DEFENSE POWER WILL H...
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Raw translation for “Strategi, Doktrin, Postur Pertahanan Negara” (or “Strategy, Doctrine, of National Defense Posture”) written by National Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) Brigadier General Budiman in 2008.

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  1. 1. Strategy,  Doctrine  of  National  Defense  Posture  English Translation of “Strategy, Doctrine of National Defense Posture” byIndonesian Armed Forces Brigadier General Budiman.“Strategi, Doktrin, Postur Pertahanan Negara” (Brigjen TNI Budiman)terjemahan ke dalam Bahasa Inggris07 June 2013Raw Translation for Educational & Non-Commercial Purposes Only
  2. 2. Parivartin  &  Indonesia  As part of Parvartin’s ongoing research project, we regularly review andtranslate numerous military and defense documents pertaining to theRepublic of Indonesia. Our sources are all strictly publically available andpublished documents from the likes of RAND to the IndonesianGovernment.Indonesia is the third largest democracy and largest country amongASEAN. To help bring more scholarship and better promote Indonesia, weare freely provide raw translation of the documents we use for ourresearch.We believe this will help promote scholarship and thinking of what will bean ever increasingly important country in the South-East Asian region.
  3. 3. Translation  of  “Strategi,  Doktrin  Postur  Pertahanan  Negara”  The English translated presentation here provided is for “Strategi, Doktrin,Postur Pertahanan Negara” (or “Strategy, Doctrine, of National DefensePosture”) written by National Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) BrigadierGeneral Budiman in 2008.This is only a raw translation and is to be distributed free of charge foreducational and non-commercial purposes only. All copyrighted contenttranslated belong to that of their respective copyright holders and notParivartin.Please contact Mail@Parivartin.com for any questions or inquiries.
  4. 4. Parivartin explores the impact of major global trends on organizationsfrom nation-states and political parties to multi-national corporations andcommunities.Global trends that we explore include Demographic Transition, Energy,Raise of the Rest, Climate Change, Science and Technology Studies (STS),and more.Learn more at http://Parivartin.comThe principal of Parivartin, Daniel Riveong, is the lead analyst forParivartin. He is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  5. 5. •  FENOMENA GLOBAL•  ISU TERORISME•  ISU SENJATA PEMUSNAH MASSAL•  ISU KELANGKAAN ENERGI•  DAMPAK PEMANASAN GLOBAL•  BENCANA ALAM•  GLOBAL PHENOMENON•  TERRORISM ISSUE•  WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION ISSUE•  ENERGY SCARCITY ISSUE•  GLOBAL WARMING EFFECT•  NATURAL DISASTER•  INTER RELASI PERKEMBANGAN GLOBAL DAN REGIONAL•  KONFLIK EKSTERNAL DAN INTERNAL DI KAWASAN•  KEAMANAN MARITIM•  KEAMANAN DIRGANTARA•  GLOBAL AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERRELATION•  EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL CONFLICT IN REGION•  MARITIME SECURITY•  AEROSPACE SECURITY
  6. 6. MEXICOUSACANADASoutheAfricePPHILIPPINESMALAYSIASINGAPOREINDONESIAUSAPOP : 298.444.134GDI : US$ 13.500 BDEF BDGT : US$ 582 B(3,7 % GDI)Soldier: 2,17 millionpersonelRUSSIAPOP : 142.069.309GDI : US$ 1,8 TDEF BDGT : US$ 30 B(1,6 % GDI)Soldier :JAPANPOP : 127.463.244GDI : US$ 4.560 BDEF BDGT : US$ 41,1 B(0,9 % GDI)Soldier: 148.000 PersonilUSABRAZILRUSSIAChinaJapanAUSTRALIANEW ZEALANDPOP : 4.076,461GDI : US $ 105 BDEF BDGT : US$ 1,31 B (%GDI)Soldier : 9.041 thousandpersonelCHINAPOP : 1.313.313.812GDI : US$ 2.620 BDEF BDGT : US$ 35,3 B(1,6 % GDI)Soldier : 1,6 millionpersonelEUROPEAN UNION (NATOexcludingUSA & Canada)POP : 356.330.000GDI US$ 10.200 BDEF BDGT : US$ 188,5 B(1,4 % GDI)Soldier : 354 thousand personelINDIAPOP : 1.111.713.388 GDI: US$ 839 BDEF BDGT : US$ 22.3 B (2,6 %GDI)Soldier : 1,1 million personelINDIAAUSTRALIAPOP : 20.264.437GDI : US$ 749 BDEF BDGT : US$ 15,1 B (2 % GDI)Soldier : 26.035 personelNEW ZEALAND
  7. 7. POWER MAP OF SOUTHEAST ASIAMEKSIKOASKANADA      ASAFSELPHILIPPINESINDONESIABRUNEIPOP : 0,38 millionGDI : US$ 6 BDEF BDGT : US$ 0,35B (5,8 % GDI)MALAYSIAPOP : 25 millionGDI : US$ 143 BDEF BDGT : US$ 3,08B (2,2 % GDI)INDONESIAPOP : 231 millionGDI : US$ 420BDEF BDGT : US$3,5B (0,9 % GDI)PHILIPPINESPOP : 89,5 millionGDI : US$ 118 BDEF BDGT : US$0,9B (0,7% GDI)SINGAPOREPOP : 4,5 millionGDI : US$ 132 BDEF BDGT : US$ 10B (7,6%GDI)LAOS VIETNAMPOP : 6,368 million POP : 84,5 million: US$ 2,9 B GDI : US$ 61,1BDEF BDGT : US$ 3,4B (5,5 % GDI)CAMBODIAPOP : 13,8 millionGDI : US$ 6,6BDEF BDGT : US$ 0,123B (1,9 %GDI)GDIDEF BDGT : US$ 0,014B (0,4 % GDI)THAILANDPOP : 65 millionGDI : US$ 207BDEF BDGT : US$2,1B (1,01% GDI)MYANMARPOP : 47 millionGDI : US$ 75 BDEF BDGT : US$ 6,2B (8,2 %GDI)B : BILLION
  8. 8. Y BORDER AND OUTER ISLANDS ISSUEY SEPARATISM ISSUEY TERORISM ISSUEY COMMUNAL CONFLICT ISSUEY ANARCHISTS RADICALISM ISSUEY POLITIC ISSUE      Y REGIONAL AUTONOMYY NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTY REGION LAYOUTY GLOBALIZATION EFFECT REACHING REMOTE POPULATIONY AFFIRMATION OF IDENTITY  Y PROBLEMS OF POVERTY, IGNORANCE, BACKWARDNESS &INJUSTICEY NATURAL DISASTER
  9. 9. •  MILITARY AGGRESION•  BORDER VIOLATION•  SEPARATISM MOVEMENT•  ARMED REBELLION•  SECURING VITAL NATIONAL OBJECTS OF STRATEGICVALUE•  TERORISM THREAT•  MARITIME & AEROSPACE SECURITY PROBLEM•  COMMUNAL CONFLICTDIMENSIONS•  IDEOLOGY•  POLITIC•  ECONOMY•  SOCIAL CULTURAL•  INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY•  PUBLIC SAFETY
  10. 10. NATIONALDEFENSEDOCTRINENATIONALDEFENSESTRATEGYGUIDING ENDSWHAT TO DEFEND?(NATION SOVEREIGNTY, REGIONINTEGRITY & NATION SAFETY AS STATEDIN 5 SAS-STRUCTURAL, ANALYTIC,SYNTHETIC STRATEGIES)MEANSDEFEND BY WHAT?(INTEGRATED MILITARY AND NONMILITARY DEFENSE WHICH IS EMBODIEDIN NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE)WAYSHOW TO DEFEND?(LAYERED DEFENSE STRATEGY)
  11. 11. D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO AVERT ALL THREAT &DISTURBANCE WHICH ENDANGER NATION SOVEREIGNTY, REGIONINTEGRITY OF INDONESIAN REPUBLIC & SAFETY OF ALLINDONESIAN PEOPLE  D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO DEAL WITH WAR ANDMILITARY AGGRESION FROM FOREIGN NATION  D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO HANDLE MILITARYTHREATS WHICH INTERRUPT THE EXISTENCE & INTERESTS OFINDONESIAN REPUBLIC  D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO HANDLE NON MILITARYTHREATS WHICH AFFECT NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY, REGIONINTEGRITY OF INDONESIAN REPUBLIC & SAFETY OF ALLINDONESIAN PEOPLE  D ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEFENSE TO ACTUALIZE GLOBALPEACE& REGIONAL STABILITY
  12. 12. TOTAL DEFENCE(national defense system)NON MILITARY DEFENSE( national resources )MILITARY DEFENSE(Indonesian Army)NonMilitary Defense ForceCivil DefenseOther Than WarWAR. public security. disaster management. humanitarianoperations. social. economic. psychological defense. Technology.. Reserve component. Support component1.  Handle separatist2.  Handle rebel3.  Handle terrorism4.  Secure borders5.  Secure vital strategic objects6.  Secure flight/sailing7.  Secure president/ vicepresident8.  Help government in nationaldevelopment9.  Help local government10. Help police11. Help securing state guest12. Disaster relief13. Search And Rescueoperations14. Peace keeping
  13. 13. 3 2 15 4NATURAL/ARTIFICIAL RESOURCES& Facilities/InfrastructureIndustryOther citizensExpert/Professional :• Doctor• Paramedic• Mechanic• Chemist• .etcNational Guard:• Police (Mobile Brigade)• Civil Service Police• Public protection• Security officer• Regiment Student• Youth organizations• Martial Arts organizations• Political Party Security Officer• etcRESERVE COMPONENT          SUPPORT COMPONENTMAINCOMPONENTSTRONG  DEFENSE  ORGANIZING  
  14. 14. LAYERED DEFENSEDETERRENCEHANDLING MILITARY THREATHANDLING NON MILITARYTHREATGENERAL  CONCEPT  OF  NATIONAL  DEFENSE  STRATEGY  
  15. 15. ThreatGlobalRegionalNasionalProvinsialLokalLATAR BELAKANGLAND IDIILLAND YURIDISLAND HISTORISLAND VISIONALDeterrence  Layered  defense  Facing  non  military  threat  Facing  military  threat  General conceptPolitical InstrumentEconomic InstrumentPsychological InstrumentTechnology InstrumentMilitary InstrumentDenialReprisalDeterrenceDeterrence basic principlesStrategy choiceDeterrence Strategy FormFacing  military  threat  Facing  non  military  threat  Deterrence Strategy ApproachScope & Essence of National Defense CooperationGlobal Peace & Regional StabilityDefense Cooridantion ParadigmNon Military defensecapability targetMilitary defense capability TargetMain development of National DefenseCapabilityGlobal Peace & Defense CoordinationFacing non military threatMilitary defenseNon Military defenseDiplomatic LayerSpontaneous civil resistanceMilitary defense layerDrawn out war defense layer•  Area garrison•  Separatism•  Armed rebel•  Sabotage•  Espionage•  TerrorismIntelligence CapabilityDefense capabilitySecurity capabilitySupport capabilityLocal government capabilityNatural resources developmentArtificial resources developmentFacility & Infrastructure developmentPhysical factor developmentDeterrence instrumentFacing military threatNational DefenseCapability DevelopmentIdeology  base  Cons8tu8onal  base  Juridical  base  Historical  base  Visional  base  Conceptual  base  Doctrinal  base  Global  Regional  Na8onal  Provincial  local  
  16. 16. NATIONAL DEFENSE DOCTRINEDoctrinal base ofNational Defense Planwhich must beunderstood & becomeguide in accordancewith each task &functions
  17. 17. A TEACHING ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF NATIONALDEFENSE BELIEVED AS TRUE, DUG OUT OF THE NATION’S STRUGGLE &LESSON LEARNED FROM PAST EXPERIENCE TO BE DEVELOPED TO MATCHDEFENSE TASK REQUIREMENTS IN DYNAMICS OF STRATEGIC SCOPEAND PACKED WITHIN NATIONAL INTEREST LAYOUT.NATIONAL  DEFENSE  DOCTRINE  FUNCTION  TO  ACTUALIZE  UNIVERSAL  DEFENSE  SYSTEM  BOTH  IN  PEACE  AND  AT  WAR  AS BASIC INSTRUMENT IN DEVELOPING ALLDOCTRINES RELATED TO NATIONAL DEFENSE  BASIC DOCTRINE, MAIN DOCTRINE, IMPLEMENTATION DOCTRINE    AS FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE BELIEVED AS TRUE AND A GUIDE INIMPLEMENTING NATIONAL DEFENSE THUS DEVELOPED FROMINDONESIAN VALUES AND NORMS WHICH ARE BINDING,BECOMING : IDEOLOGY, CONSTITUTIONAL, JURIDICAL, HISTORIC,VISIONAL & CONCEPTUAL BASENATURE,  POSITION  &  BASE  
  18. 18. NATURENATIONALDEFENSEDOCTRINENATIONAL STRUGGLE- NATION IDENTITY- STRUGGLING NATURE- NATION’S IDEALISM- NATIONAL PURPOSE- NATIONAL INTERESTSBACKGROUND OFRATIONALE :- IDEOLOGY BASE- JURIDICAL BASE- HISTORICAL BASE- CONCEP TUALBASENational DefenseConceptionPEACE WAYWAR WAYPOWER CENTRALPEACE PRINCIPLESNATIONALDEFENSESYSTEMMilitary DefenseNon military defenseDETERRENCEFace Military threatTTEAM OF NATIONAL DEFENSECAPABILITY DEVELOPMENTPOSTURETHREAT-  MILITARY-  NONMILITARYInstrumen PolitikInstrumen EkonomiInstrumen PsikologiInstrumen TeknologiInstrumen MiliterMilitary defense postureNon military defense postureNational defense intelligenceDefense logisticNATIONALDEFENSESTRATEGYPEOPLE’S WAR•  Aggression•  Non aggression•  Face non military threat•  Actualize global peace& regional stabilityDEVELOPMENTAUTHORITYPresidentMinister of DefenseNon department government bodiesMilitary commanderDEFENSE MANAGEMENTPURPOSEFUNCTIONPEACE & WARVIEWCONFLICT SPECTRUMDOKTRIN HANNEGUNIVERSALPROTECT INDONESIADEFEND SOVEREIGNTYWAR PRINCIPLESWEAPONRY SYSTEMNATIONALDEFENSEPOWER &CAPABILITYDEVELOPMENTNATIONALGUIDANCE
  19. 19. Perceptive(Conceptual)* Concept & Principlesof Peace & War* Doctrine* Concept of thoughtImplementationComplete(Physic)* Power number & quality* Weaponry system* Collective work* Readiness* Support of resourcesReliable(Morale)* Leadership* Management* Motivation
  20. 20. MAIN CONDITION OF NATIONAL DEFENSE•  WHILE ESTABLISHING NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT STILL EMPHASIZE ONPROSPERITY ASPECT AS PRIORITY.•  TECHNOLOGY IN BOTH AMOUNT AND CONTENT OF MAIN EQUIPMENT AND WEAPON SYSTEMIS STILL A CONCERN, EVEN UNDER DETERRENCE STANDARD, HUMAN RESOURCE QUALITYAND THEIR PROSPERITY IS ALSO INADEQUATE.•  THE NEED TO FULFILL, MAINTAIN, OPERATE, AND SPAREPART OF MAIN EQUIPMENT ANDWEAPONRY SYSTEM FOR SOLDIER STILL DEPENDS ON OTHER COUNTRIES.  CHALLENGES    •  BUILD DEFENSE POWER HIGHER THAN MINIMUM DEFENSE STANDARD, TOGAIN DETTERENCE EFFECT•  POTENSTIAL THREAT: TERORISM, COMUNNAL CONFLICT, TRANS-NATIONAL CRIME, AND CRIME AGAINST STATE’S WEALTH ESPECIALLY ONMARITIME JURIDICAL TERRITORY OF INDONESIA & BORDER AREAS.  LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT DIRECTION OF NATIONAL DEFENSE    •  DEFENSE BUILD WHICH INCLUDE DEFENSE SYSTEM AND STRATEGY, POSTUREAND STRUCTURE, SOLIDER PROFESSIONALISM, TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT•  DIRECTED FOR CONTUNIOUS EFFORT TO ACTUALIZE DEFENSE CAPABILITYHIGHER THAN MINIMUM DEFENSE STANDARD
  21. 21. MAIN LAYOUT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE•  STATE’S DEFENSE POSTURE WHICH ISDEVELOPED TO ACTUALIZE UNIVERSALDEFENSE SYSTEM, INTEGRATED MILITARYDEFENSE POSTURE AND NON MILITARYDEFENSE.•  BUILD CAPABILITY BASED DEFENCE WHICHINTEGRATES HARD-POWER AND SOFT-POWERMILITARY DEFENSE•  NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE REFLECTSINDONESIA DEFENSE CAPABILITY WITHSTANDARD DETERENCE WHICH IS HIGHERTHAN MINIMUM ESSENTIAL FORCE.•  STATE’S CAPABILITY TOALLOCATE DEFENSEBUDGET WITHOUT DISTURBING THE BALANCEOF DEVELOPED SECTORS AS A WHOLE.BLUEPRINTOFFUTURENATIONALDEFENSEPOSTURE
  22. 22. BLUEPRINT OF FUTURE NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURELAYOUT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE•  STATE’S DEFENSE POSTURE WHICH IS DEVELOPED TO ACTUALIZEUNIVERSAL DEFENSE SYSTEM, INTEGRATED MILITARY DEFENSEPOSTURE AND NON MILITARY DEFENSE.•  BUILD CAPABILITY BASED DEFENCE WHICH INTEGRATES HARD-POWERAND SOFT-POWER MILITARY DEFENSE•  NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE REFLECTS INDONESIA DEFENSECAPABILITY WITH STANDARD DETERENCE WHICH IS HIGHER THANMINIMUM ESSENTIAL FORCE.•  STARE’S CAPABILITY TOALLOCATE DEFENSE BUDGET WITHOUTDISTURBING THE BALANCE OF DEVELOPED SECTORS AS A WHOLE.
  23. 23. DEFENSE POWERDEPLYMENT 2007BLUEPRINT OF FUTUREDEFENSE POSTUREMILITARY DEFENSENON MILITARYDEFENSEPOSTURE DEVELOPMENT PHASINGMilitary defense powerMilitary deployment in 2007• Reserve component• Supporting componentPersonnelregional forceSupporting forceNational defense general conditionExisting challengesLong term defense development directionDefense posture main layoutDefnese posture strategy planPuan Han MilPowerIntelligence capabilityDefense capabilitySecurity capabilitySupport capabilitiesOrganizationArmy forceSupport forceMEWS Dev•  Base•  Marine force•  Base•  FasharkanLONG TERM DEFENSEDEVELOPMENTDeploymentNon military defense capabilityNon military defense deploymentReserve componentSupport componentDiplomacy capabilityEconomy capabilitySocial capabilityMorale capabilityReserve componentsupport componentThe image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not haveenough memory to open the image, or the image may have beencorrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. IfPhase I : 2010 - 2014Phase II : 2015 - 2019Phase I : 2020 - 2024Phase I : 2024 - 2029SOLDIER LIFE GUARANTEE PROJECTIONIN 2029Salary • HousingHealth service • PensionRa8onale  Ideology  base  Cons8tu8onal  base  Juridical  base  Historical  base  Conceptual  base  Doctrinal  base  D  E  F  E  N  S  E    P  O  S  T  U  R  E  DefensecapabilityPowermilitary postur e dev.Nonmilitary posture dev.military postur e dev.Nonmilitary posture devmilitary postur e dev.Nonmilitary posture dev.military postur e dev.Nonmilitary posture dev.
  24. 24. BUDGET IS THE LIMIT FACTORNATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE DESIGN  YEAR 2010 1,90% GDI INCREASE 3,90%NATIONAL DEFENSE BUDGET IN 2029 STAY BELOWEDUCATION BUDGET  NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE BUDGET  ¢ ALLOCATE 30% OF DEFENSE BUDGET FORMAINTENANCE, DEVELOPMENT OPERATION ANDDEPLOYMENT OF FORCES¢ 40% OF DEFENSE BUDGET FOR SALARY & SOLDIER’SWELL BEING¢ 30% OF DEFENSE BUDGET FOR MAIN EQUIPMENT ANDWEAPONRY SYSTEM , MAIN COMPONENT, RESERVECOMPONENT & DEVELOPMENT
  25. 25. TARGET OF 40% SHIFT 35%, 30%, 25% AND 20% MAJORRANKED SOLDIER SALARY 4 TIMES MONTHLY INCOMEPER CAPITA. EARNINGS & WEALTH REDUCED FROM40% TO 35%SO THAT MAIN EQUIPMENT AND WEAPONRY(MEWI) INCREASE 30% TO 35%  MAJOR RANKED SALARY REACH 12 MILLION IDR(PRESENT VALUE) EARNINGS & WEALTH DECREASE 35%THUS 30% MEWS INCREASE 35% REACHING 40%  MAJOR RANKED SALARY REACH 18 MILLION IDR(PRESENT VALUE) EARNINGS & WEALTH DECREASE30% THUS 25% MEWS INCREASE 40%MAJOR RANKED SALARY REACH 25 MILLION IDR(PRESENT VALUE) EARNINGS & WEALTH DECREASE25% THUS 20% MEWS INCREASE 50%GRADUAL  SHIFTING  OF  DEFENSE  BUDGET  ALLOCATION  
  26. 26. INCREASE NATIONALDEFENSE CAPABILITY TOMINIMIZE RISK & THREAT        INCREASE QUALITY OF BIN*CAPABILITY & BAIS TNI* &OTHER INTELLIGENCE UNITSINERGICALLY  FACE MILITARY & NONMILITARY THREATESTABLISHMENT  OF  NATIONAL  DEFENSE  POSTURE  
  27. 27. AS SOLE EXECUTER ON AEROSPACEDEFENSE GIVEN FULL AUTHORITY          AS ANTICIPATION FORGLOBALIZATION WHICH IS LOADEDWITH TECHNOLOGY & INFORMATIONI  AS NEUTRALIZING POWERAGAINST THREAT :  LAND LANDLAND AIRLAND SEASEA SEAAIR AIR
  28. 28. •  KOSTRAD•  KOPASSUS•  SUPPORTING POWER•  REGIONAL POWER•  MEWS DEVELOPMENT•  MILITARY BASEORGANIZATION MARINE ;SSAT :•  WARSHIP•  NAVY SHIP•  AIRCRAFT•  MARINE•  BASE•  FASHARKANPOWER•  SQUADRON•  RADAR UNIT•  GUIDED MISSILE UNIT•  SPECIAL FORCES•  AIR BASE•  DETACHEMENT•  POSTAIR FORCEARMY
  29. 29. POWER•  RESERVE COMPONENT•  SUPPORTING COMPONENTCAPABILITY•  DIPLOMACY•  ECONOMY•  SOCIAL•  MORALETITLE•  RESERVE COMPONENT•  SUPPORTING COMPONENT
  30. 30. INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITY  DEFENSE CAPABILITYSECURITY CAPABILITY  SUPPORT CAPABILITYREGION EMPOWERMENT CAPABILITYCAPABILITY
  31. 31. POWERDEPLOYMENT  BASED ON INTEGRATED TRI-SERVICE FORCETITLES OF GROUND FORCES•  KOPASSSUS DEPLOYMENT•  KOSTRAD DEPLOYMENT•  DEPLOY REGIONAL ARMY FORCE•  DEPLOY CENTRAL EXECUTIVE AGENCY  NAVAL FORCES DEPLOYMENT•  PERMANENT DEPLOY•  COMBAT DEPLOYMENTAIR FORCE POWER DEPLOYMENT•  AIR DEFENSE DEPLOYMENT•  AIR COMBAT DEPLOYMENT•  ALKI SECURITY DEPLOYMENT•  CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT•  LOGISTIC SUPPORT DEPLOYMENTSSAT
  32. 32. COMPARING PERCENTAGE OFGDI SINCE YEAR2001 TO 2008 DECREASE YEAR 2001 1,05%,WHILE ON YEAR 2008 0,78%NOMINALLY NATIONAL DEFENSE BUDGETINCREASE BUT ITS PERCENTAGE OF BOTH GDIAND STATE BUDGET KEPT DECREASING FROMYEAR 2001 TO 2008      NOMINAL INCREASE APPLIED FOR PERSONNELEXPENDITURE, WHILE CAPITAL EXPENSE WASVERY LITTLE, THUS IT MADE INSIGNIFICANTEFFECT TO MODERNIZE NATIONAL DEFENSEPOWER (MEWS)
  33. 33. PHASE I: 2010-2014.REALIZING SECURE AND PEACEFUL CONTITION ON SEVERAL AREAS WHICH GET BETTER BYINCREASING BASIC CAPABILITY OF STAE’S DEFENSE MARKED WITH INCREASING OF POSTURECAPABILITY ANDSTATE’S DEFENSE STRUCTURE  PHASE II: 2015-2019ACTUALIZED PROFESSIONALISM OF STATES DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND INCREASE OFSOLDIERS WELL BEING ALONG WITH MEWS AVAILABILITY THROUGH DOMESTIC DEFENSEINDUSTRY EMPOWERINGPHASE III: 2020-2024ACTUALIZING PROFESSIONAL ARMED FORCE WITH STRONG RESERVE AND SUPPORTCOMPONENT, ACTUALIZING WORKING SYNERGY IN ASPECT OF EFFECTIVE SECURITY,INTELLIGENCE, AND COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE EQUIPPED WITH RELIABLE DEFENSE INDUSTRYCAPABILITYPHASE IV: 2024-2029.ACTUALIZING PROFESSIONAL ARMED FORCES, HIGH PROSPERITY SOLDIERS, MODERNDEFENSE INDUSTRY CAPABILITY, COMPLETE AND ORGANIZED RESERVE COMPONENT, ANDORGANIZED SUPPORTING COMPONENT
  34. 34. NATIONAL DEFENSE POSTURE CAN ONLY BE ACTUALIZED BYSUFFICIENT BUDGET GDI 1,95% TO 3,95% OF GDINATIONAL DEFENSE POWER WILL HARDLY REACH ENOUGHREQUIREMENT TO DEFEND THE NATION ON DETERRENCE LEVEL    DECREASING OF DETERRENCE MAKES IT POSSIBLE FORINCOMINGTHREAT, AGGRESSION, INVASION, AND BORDERVIOLATION.    BARGAINING POSITION OF INDONESIA AS A NATION ININTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION WILL CONTINUE TO DROP.    ENDANGERED NATIONAL INTERESTS TO UPHOLD INDONESIANREPUBLIC BASEDON PANCASILA DAN BASIC LAW OF 1945.    UNGUARANTED CONTINUITY AND SECURITY OF CONTINUOUSNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.

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