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    matay, choya sa mga pic ue. . .aastig mayta magkadaghan pa atong mga navy ships nya mayta mas nindot ug capability to defend our country . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by thadzonline View Post
    here's a video of the CROC amphibious vehicle:
    C.R.O.C - OPCENTEC - YouTube

    start at the 1:33 mark of the video, its all crap before that
    nice kaau ang video bro

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    pero murag pare-pareha ang design sa CROC to Indonesia's Humdingas

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    wow nindota sa mga navy boats natoh oie.. bahalag pang WWII...

    Pero akoy nasayangan mga sir... ngano wala tah ka kuha ug Yamato & Musashi:Battleship during WWII sa Japanese time.. Yamato & Musashi is my favorite battleship ever...Kung exists ni ang Yamato & Musashi then naa sa Philppines mag navy siguro ko... bisag isa or duha lang..




    On April 7, 1945 she was sunk by American carrier based bombers and torpedo bombers with the loss of most of her crew. The Yamato was hit by at least eleven torpedoes and eight bombs, in the attack one of the two bow magazines detonated in a tremendous explosion. Ingon ana ka lig-on ang Yamato battleship during the war Between US and Japanese in the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
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    bati mana dako nga barko bro. dali ra kaau na maigo sa torpedo. mao na disadvantage. angay ra na cya sa mga raid bro.
    pero kong atubangay. maglisod na. mao na geka hadlokan sa mga japanese. mao ang oras nya ga tambay ra sa mga base sa asia.
    hadlok sa mga submarine og aircraft carrier. aircraft carrier ang pnaka d best jd nga barko para sa akoa..

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    the bigger the boat.. the bigger the target. the smaller the boat... the faster and the more deadly.

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    a history of worth remembering..
    Gunfight on the High Seas

    MANILA, Feb 12, 1996 – Philippine President Fidel Ramos on Sunday commended the Philippine Navy(PN) for capturing a HuangFeng Fast Attack Craft of the Chinese Navy in Philippine territorial waters after
    a brief exchange of gunfire last Saturday morning.

    The President issued the commendation after he was briefed on the incident by Philippine Navy(PN) Capt. Ernesto H. de Leon inside Fort Bonifacio in Makati City.

    Captain de Leon was the skipper of the corvette, BRP Pangasinan, one of the Philippine Navy vessels which intercepted the Chinese vessel
    between Tabones Island and Los Frailes, north of the entrance of Subic Bay, some 100 kilometers northwest of Manila.

    The incident followed the sinking of a "pirate" Chinese naval vessel 120km off the Philippine capital in a gun battle last month between 2
    chinese boats and a Philippine Navy Halter Marine 78-footer patrol boat .
    Another Chinese boat was able to escape to international waters because the PN
    Halter Marine patrol boat run out of ammo.

    Military officials said the three boats, HuangFeng fast attack crafts(FAC), flying the Chinese flag, were operating from naval bases in
    southern China, including Shantou, Kityung and Senwei.

    Capt. De Leon said the Chinese vessel tried to ram a Philippine Navy patrol boat, the PG 110,a Philippine Navy Patrol Killer Medium(PKM) patrol
    boat which intercepted and warned the intruding seacraft that it was sailing in Philippine territorial waters.

    "When the chinese vessel attempted to ram PG 110 head-on, the PG110 gave warning shots using M-16 rifle at a distance of about 700 yards. Instead of stopping, the foreign vessel returned fire using an AK-47
    assault rifle," De Leon narrated.

    Two other Philippine Navy patrol craft responded to the emergency encounter, intercepting the speeding chinese FAC patrol boat near the north entrance to Subic Bay and was forced into anchorage after the BRP
    Pangasinan fired 20mm cannon warning fire.

    "We forced them into the anchorage and we boarded the boat, and arrested 20 Chinese pirates " de Leon said.

    "The vessel does not fly any flag of registry," PN
    Vice-Admiral Carranza told reporters, adding that among those found inside
    the foreign vessel were several seamen's books bearing the Chinese "Red Star" insignia,
    identification cards that do not match the bearers,and log books filled with characters similar to Chinese.

    The boat and the crew, suspected to be pirates, are temporarily detained at the Navy Headquarters on Roxas Boulevard.

    The Chinese government denied knowledge of the incident, but Philippine officials think, these are "rogue" Chinese naval gunboats either
    moonlighting as pirates or on spying missions. Officials say the clash, which took place 35km from the Subic Bay Freeport, the former US
    naval base now the Philippines' fastest growing special economic zone, was the latest
    in a series of run-ins with clearly identified Chinese naval
    boats.
    source: An old article about the Philippine Navy

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    nindota oi, pero idad-idaran napud ni atong mga navy-ships.. kailangan nang e upgrade napud taga year aron dili ma biyaan sa ubang nasod.
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    Dallas was already released... Acquisition of 1 ship per year... Go TEAM NAVY..

    Manila gets second U.S. Coast Guard ship - UPI.com

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    Hope this one also push through a true Missile frigate...

    Deep Water Patrol Vessel (DWPV)

    This requirement came out during the recent visit to Italy of a Philippine delegation led by Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin. The Philippine DND delegation signed an agreement with their Italian counterparts for possible purchase of Italian weapons systems. This visit include inspections of combat ready ships of the the Maestrale and Soldati classes of the Italian Navy, which are scheduled for retirement, with the earliest possibly by 2013. No indication of sales was made yet

    Maestrale


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