Indonesia is deploying several aircraft to West Papua in an expanded search for a dozen military personnel who went missing on a helicopter flight.
Rescue efforts are focused on the mountainous Pegunungan Bintang regency on the Papua New Guinea border, where the chopper was last seen on Friday.
A military spokesperson, Muhammad Aidi, said four helicopters and a surveillance aircraft are being sent out today.
The deployment will build on more than two dozen people who are assisting in a ground search near the regional capital Oksibil.
Last year, eight people died in a private aircraft when it crashed near Oksibil, leaving a 12-year-old boy as the disaster's sole survivor. New Zealand's Transport Accident Investigation Commission later assisted with investigations into the crash.