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Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« on: September 09, 2007, 03:18:54 PM »
On February 23, 1995, the Philippine Congress enacted into law Republic Act 7898. This Act was known as the “Armed Forces of the Philippines Modernization Act.” And in compliance with this Act, the President submitted to Congress the AFP Modernization Program, which the latter approved in Joint Resolution Number 28 on December 19, 1996.

Included in the AFP Modernization Program is the Philippine Navy Modernization Program. It specifies the projects and activities that the Navy will undertake to develop into a respectable armed force that will be able to reasonably provide a credible measure of deterrence. Thus, ensure effective sea control over the country’s maritime areas. The program, in essence, is concentrated on developing certain capabilities, particularly its materiel and technology, in the furtherance of the primary objective of modernizing the Navy both in form and function.

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To implement the Philippine Navy Modernization Program, the Naval Modernization Office was created. Its task is to undertake and manage all the Navy’s modernization projects. The NMO, as it is called, belongs to the personal staff arm of the Flag Officer In Command, PN. The Director of the NMO reports directly to the FOIC, PN for matters relating to the implementation of the modernization projects.

While being primarily responsible for the implementation of the Philippine Navy Modernization Program at the Philippine Navy level, the NMO performs the following specific objectives:

a) formulate plans, policies and procedures for the implementation of the program;
b) coordinate with the AFP headquarters for the successful implementation of the program;
c) oversee the project management teams (PMTs) that were created to identify, define and implement their cognizant modernization projects; and
d) conduct market research and maintain an appropriate library of new products, processes, technology and trends to enhance the navy’s capability.

Towards these objectives, the NMO endeavors to facilitate the processes involved equipment procurement through skillful management using the best commercial practices and standards and employing the latest in project monitoring software.

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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2007, 03:25:27 PM »
The Philippine Navy recieved a U.S-made Cyclone ship in 2004; which is already part of the modernizational program to upgrade the capability of the navy to enforce its territorial jurisdictionary right in its seas. There are plans to aquire more of these ships for the Philippine navy:

The Armaments of the Cyclone ship:

Length 170 feet

Beam 25 feet

Draft 5.8 feet

Displacement 328.5 tons

Engines 4 Paxman Diesels (3350 HP each)
4 Fixed Pitch Propellers
2 Caterpillar Generators (155 KW)

Speed 35 knots

Endurance 2,000 nautical miles

Complement 4 Officers, 24 Enlisted,
plus 9 SPECWAR/LAW Detach

Armament 2* Mk.38 25mm cannons
a Stinger missel station and
4 pintles that can hold either
machine guns or grenade launchers.
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The newly refitted BRP General Mariano Alvarez (PS38), the Cyclone Class patrol ship

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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2007, 08:20:36 PM »
HaaYyy! Dugay na kaayo ning ilang hisgot nga modernization  ;D
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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2007, 09:53:45 AM »
The Philippine Navy has refitted and re-armed the three missile corvettes in its naval fleet.

Philippine Naval Ships, of the Jacinto Class.





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BRP Mabini and Licarpe



I love it!!


Check out the fire power in this baby..


Precise ground-to-air battery systems.








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Philippine Air Force New Aquisitions
« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2007, 10:07:12 AM »
Some of the new acquisitions for the Philippine Air Force and its continuing modernization program.










Philippine Bombers on way towards Mindanao..







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Philippine Air Force Broncos deployed to Palawan and the Kalayaan groups in Western Philippines. A show of force against looming Chinese presence.






Philippine Air force Bronco Bombers flying over the Spratleys---ready to defend Philippine Sovereignty against Chinese intrusion..


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Philippine Air Force New Aquisitions
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Philippine Marines and Philippine Army get new 'toys'
« Reply #5 on: November 03, 2007, 10:17:59 AM »
Just some of the 'toys' they were given to augment their noble profession in defending the Republic against enemies of the state. Within and without.













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New body armour







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Marines...


To the sea..

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The Philippine Army.

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« Reply #6 on: November 03, 2007, 10:39:21 AM »




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Philippine Air Force doing fancy tricks.








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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #7 on: November 03, 2007, 11:32:00 AM »
Kuyawa giligo man champagne ;D

Mahadlok manko magtan-aw anang mga hulagwaya oi kay ma picture man gud sa akong huna-huna ang gubat.
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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #8 on: November 04, 2007, 05:51:45 PM »
Hahaha!

I am so impressed with the fighting men and women of the Philippines, we are so effective in what we do, despite our current limitations in modern equipment. We make do with what we have, and still are able to fight off rebels and flex our muscles from time to time against our neighbors.

The Philippines needs newer fighter and tactical offensive planes. The long-feared F-5 Tiger IIs of the Philippine Air Force are already outdated, and needs to be degraded as a secondary air fighter. The Philippines needs to acquire F-16 Fighting Falcons or FA-18 Super Hornets to augment our air force.

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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #9 on: November 12, 2010, 02:54:33 PM »
Hala makadumdum ko ani tsa ako brother-in law na thread. Nice, thanks for posting.
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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines: Modernization
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2010, 02:51:02 AM »
Hahaha!

I am so impressed with the fighting men and women of the Philippines, we are so effective in what we do, despite our current limitations in modern equipment. We make do with what we have, and still are able to fight off rebels and flex our muscles from time to time against our neighbors.

The Philippines needs newer fighter and tactical offensive planes. The long-feared F-5 Tiger IIs of the Philippine Air Force are already outdated, and needs to be degraded as a secondary air fighter. The Philippines needs to acquire F-16 Fighting Falcons or FA-18 Super Hornets to augment our air force.
Food production kaha ang atong unahon kay daghan gigutom sa Pilipinas..unsaon ma nang daghang bala sangagon unya mao ang ipakaon sa mga bata ?..Peace..

 


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