Indonesia submarine: Last video reveals team members sing bye-bye tune

    Indonesian navy submarine: Crew singing weeks before crash

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    A heartbreaking video reveals the team of the doomed Indonesian military submarine singing on board simply weeks prior to the craft sank.

    The clip reveals a few of the 53 sailors on the vessel smiling as they gather around a guy playing the popular Indonesian hit ‘Sampai Jumpa’ on his guitar.

    The tune title equates as ‘goodbye’ or ‘until we meet again’.

    Just weeks after the scenes of friendship were recorded, the KRI Nanggala-402 sank to the seabed, eliminating everybody board.

    The video was launched by Indonesian military chiefs as more parts from the submarine were recovered, consisting of an anchor and fluorescent orange security fits for emergency situations.

    The discovery came a day after the navy initially validated it discovered parts of the vessel and stated that it had actually sunk, efficiently ending any possibility of discovering survivors.

    Indonesian navy submarine crew singing

    The team were recorded singing popular Indonesian hit ‘Sampai Jumpa’ which suggests ‘goodbye’ or ‘until we meet again’

    An worldwide search and rescue effort including airplane and specialised marine vessels had actually raced versus the clock to discover the submarine in case it was still undamaged and prior to oxygen went out.

    But on Sunday – 4 days after the submarine was stated missing out on – military chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto validated the Nanggala had actually sunk and all of it team had actually passed away.

    He stated: ‘With deep unhappiness, I can state that all 53 workers onboard have actually passed.

    ‘We got undersea photos that are validated as the parts of the submarine, including its rear vertical rudder, anchors, external pressure body, embossed dive rudder and other ship parts.

    ‘With this authentic evidence, we can declare that KRI Nanggala 402 has sunk and all the crew members are dead.’

    A video of the sunk Indonesian Navy submarine KRI Nanggala-402

    Parts of the sunken Indonesian Navy submarine KRI Nanggala-402 (Picture: Rex)

    THe Indonesian Cakra submarine KRI Nanggala 402

    The Indonesian Cakra class submarine KRI Nanggala 402 docking at the marine base in Surabaya (Picture: AFP)

    Authorities have actually not offered a description for the mishap, however stated that the submarine might have suffered a blackout that left its team not able to resurface.

    The navy formerly stated it thinks the submarine sank to a depth of 2,000-2,300feet, much deeper than its collapse depth of 1640feet, at which point water pressure would be higher than the hull might stand up to.

    A finder scan spotted a minimum of 3 parts of the submarine at a depth of 850 metres (2,789 feet).

    Officials are now attempting to exercise how it might restore the remains of a submarine from the bottom of the Bali Sea.

    Grieving family members collected on the seaside in Bali on Monday to pay their aspects to the sailors who died, and prompted the authorities to raise their bodies from the depths.

    Experts state it will be an overwhelming job to raise the submarine to the surface area from the deep water, needing specialised salvage devices.

    A spokesperson for Indonesia’s navy stated a retrieval operation was still being talked about with specialists and worldwide bodies.

    ‘We will analyse the under water pictures and video, the current etc to decide the technology that will be used,’ First Admiral Julius Widjojono stated.

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