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**Kalayaan Island (Spratly) / West Philippine Sea - AFP

  • 21 new air assets for the PAF

    mukhang kuha sa HAB ito sir. nakita ko yung a109 kaso mukhang hindi pang ASW kundi pang SAR yung mga helo since nung sinilip ko yung loob medikit, stretcher and laman at walang provision for sonar launcher.
  • hahaha, mapabago, mapaluma, bumabagsak


    Kahit sa ibang bansa madaming bubabaksak na mas modelong helicopters at eroplano. Ang kaibahan lang siguro ay walang nagko-kommento na porket used or second hand ay kaya bumagsak. At dahil mas malawak ang kaisipan nila at alam nilang madaming factors ang pagbagsak ng isang helicopter or eroplano
    mukhang kuha sa HAB ito sir. nakita ko yung a109 kaso mukhang hindi pang ASW kundi pang SAR yung mga helo since nung sinilip ko yung loob medikit, stretcher and laman at walang provision for sonar launcher.

    Tama ka ulit.

    Pang SAR naman talaga ang mga ito at hindi pang ASW. Wala pa naman yatang bansa ang gumamit ng Huey na pang-ASW.
  • SAR naman talaga ang mga UH-1 natin eh di ba. Tapos yung AW109 kasi merong "capability" for ASW pero naka set-up rin as SAR for now. Ang talagang built for ASW na gustong makuha ng AFP ay yung AW159 Wildcat Lynx.
  • Gawa na lang din ng Manila Basic Law, tapos susunod Cebu Basic Law.

    Instead of funding the priorities - like National Defense (assuming no corruption) - the government is busy killing itself.

    aprove mag aarm narin kaming taga barangy at isisigaw ang aming hina ing na baranggy basi law
  • ah. since sabi kasi para sa dalawang hamilton yung A109 i was expecting ASW config so medyo dismayado ako nung SAR config yung nakita ko ng malapitan. or hindi dinisplay yung ASW version (kung meron tayo).

    OT: RE: BBL. why not create a Bangsamoro Basic Law and Christian Basic Law for Mindanao na lang. heheheh.
    PEACE Treaty ba talaga gusto ng Malakanyang or PIECE Treaty?
  • pa sintabi po sa ot

    eto na


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  • I was just hoping na magkaroon na talaga ng magandang armas yung ating mga new refurbished ships para magamit sa pagbabantay sa West Philippine Sea..

    Regarding sa mga chopper, magagaling mga piloto natin kaso kulang lang talaga sa actual training sa pag gamit ng mga latest technology. Iba parin talaga yung actual experience kesa sa simulation. Mahaba-habang panahon pa talaga para ma familiarize mga AFP personnel natin and para maka adapt talaga sila and sana it is not too late. China only wanted to obtain and secure all of south china sea because of its vast resources.. They will set their military resources and invest in that area for their future security ika nga return of investment idea.

    medyo OT: Para sa BBL, di peace treaty gusto ni Noynoy, kundi Peace Prize. Let's face the truth, BBL is for MILF only and will only strengthen their capability which is really alarming. They want to rule majority of Mindanao even Palawan. In One State, dapat yung Armed Forces and Law Enforcement lang ang may armas. Ang nagpapagulo lang naman talaga sa Mindanao eh yang mga rebelde na yan in which their leaders only wanted control of power. Harap harapan na tayo niloloko ng mga yan eh nag papaka tanga naman gobyerno natin. Para lang yan sa ginawa ng Amerika sa ISIS na pinalakas nila tapos ngayon pinoproblema naman na nila.
  • U.S. flies most advanced surveillance plane from Philippines
    By Manuel Mogato

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    MANILA (Reuters) - The United States has begun flying its most advanced surveillance aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon, out of the Philippines for patrols over the South China Sea, the U.S. Navy said on Thursday, acknowledging the flights for the first time.

    The United States, the Philippines' oldest and closest ally, has promised to share "real time" information on what is happening in Philippine waters as China steps up its activities in the South China Sea.

    China claims most of the potentially energy-rich South China Sea, through which $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan also have overlapping claims.

    The U.S. Navy said in a statement it demonstrated the capabilities of P-8A in both littoral and open ocean environments, explaining the aircraft's multi-mission sensors to Philippine forces.

    "It was a remarkable opportunity to work alongside the members of the Filipino armed forces," said U.S. Navy Lieutenant Matthew Pool, Combat Air Crew 4 patrol plane commander.

    "Sharing this aircraft's capabilities with our allies only strengthens our bonds."

    The United States says it does not take sides in disputes between China and other South China Sea claimants and it calls on them to negotiate a formal maritime Code of Conduct.

    The Unites States has also called for a freeze on provocative acts in the sea but China rejects U.S. involvement in the dispute.

    China accuses the United States of emboldening claimants such as the Philippines and Vietnam with its military "pivot" back to Asia.

    The P-8A was deployed in the Philippines for three weeks until Feb. 21, making more than 180 flight hours over the South China Sea, the U.S. Navy said.

    Colonel Restituto Padilla, a spokesman for the Philippine armed forces, said the U.S. Navy has been operating P-3C Orions since 2012 from Philippine bases under a bilateral security agreement that sees U.S. forces rotate through the Philippines.

    He said P-8A aircraft replaced the Orions on the rotations last year but the allies had made no announcement of its flights.

    "We expect more surveillance planes to be deployed in the Philippines, increasing the frequency of rotation," Padilla said.

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