Indonesian Fatahillah-class corvette KRI Malahayati successfully destroyed target

According to information published by Defense Studies on October 18, 2021, the Indonesian Navy's Fatahillah-class corvette KRI Malahayati has successfully destroyed its target during exercise at Bali Strait.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Fatahillah class corvette KRI Malahayati (Picture source: Twitter account of Jatosint)

KRI Malahayati is an Indonesian Navy ship named after Malahayati, a national war hero from Aceh. The ship is a missile-equipped corvette, the second ship of the Fatahillah class.

The Fatahillah class is a class of corvette that is in service in the Indonesian Navy. The vessels of the class were built by Wilton-Fijenoord, Schiedam, Netherlands. There are three ships in the class and are still active.

The vessels have a length of approximately 84 m, a beam of 11.10 m, a draught of 3.30 m, and a full load displacement of 1,450 tons. The Fatahillah class is able to accommodate up to 89 crew members.

The class is armed with one Bofors 120 mm naval gun, one Bofors 40 mm anti-aircraft gun, four Exocet MM 38 anti-ship missiles, one Bofors 375 mm twin anti-submarine rocket launcher and two Mk 32 launchers for 324 mm torpedoes.