‘S video Submarine sailor The sunken Indonesian showed them a song they sang “Goodbye” The ship inside has become Viral After the tragic death, many Internet users in Indonesia have lingered. 53 people.
The video was recorded with a mobile phone. Interior del submarino KRI-Nanggala-402 It disappeared in the waters of northern Bali, Indonesia last Wednesday and was divided into three parts on Sunday More than 800 meters deep After an international search operation.
“Although I haven’t missed you yet, I’m not ready without you, I hope the best of you”In the presence of the commander of the diver Heri Oktavian, he sang to the sailors, one of whom carried a guitar.
Schedule: “See you soon”, Endank Soekamti, Benjadi Province, Indonesia, Yogyakarta.
A few days ago, the first person to share a video on social media was Henrik PaulssonHe is a professor at the Swedish National Defense University and a friend of Heri Oktavian.
A Twitter user commented: “They sang a song called’Sampai Jumpa’, which means’goodbye’ (…), this song is about goodbye, it seems they are for all of us Goodbye.” The video.
The submarine is a Kakla-class submarine manufactured in Germany in 1978 and delivered to Indonesia three years later. The submarine disappeared about 40 minutes after being submerged in deep water during a military exercise last Wednesday.
This KRI-Nanggala-402 It was found by a submarine in Singapore on Sunday. The submarine is participating in a search in a wide range of equipment, which is also involved Australia, India and the United States.
Indonesian authorities ruled out that the accident was caused by human error and suspected that the accident began to rupture between 400 and 500 meters below the surface.
After the tragedy, the President of Indonesia Joko WidodoAffirmed that the state will award the 53 soldiers killed as a result of “sacrifice and dedication” “a higher level of honor and honor.”
The authorities are currently working to recover the bodies of seamen from KRI-Nanggala-402. Although the ship has been manufactured for more than 40 years, it was refurbished in South Korea in 2012.