Asia & Pacific

Oxygen Supply on Missing Submarine of Indonesian Navy Will Reportedly Last Until Saturday

Communication was lost with an Indonesian navy submarine as it was conducting a torpedo drill in waters north of the island of Bali on Wednesday.

The oxygen supply on an Indonesian navy submarine that went missing earlier this week is enough for three more days, the Jakarta Post newspaper reported on Thursday, citing the military.

“The submarine’s oxygen reserve capacity in a blackout is 72 hours,” Military commander Yudo Margono said, as quoted by the paper.

According to Margono, the submarine was in a good condition at the time of its disappearance.

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