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Title: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: Lorenzo on June 20, 2008, 10:35:58 AM
Glorious! May the Philippine Eagle Soar!

Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: Lorenzo on June 20, 2008, 10:47:46 AM
It is the DESTINY of the Republic of the Philippines, a nation of almost 100,000,000 citizens to be a regional military and economic power. It is our RIGHT! As the first republic of Asia, and as a large maritime force, a global partner in tourism, the merchant marine fleet, in global human services, a growing player in the IT industry, in the global medical industry.

May the Philippine Air Force modernize soon. God willing, the Philippine Air Force SHALL have an impressive inventory in its military arsenal. Squadrons of F-18s, F-16s, and C-17 bomber transports shall protect Philippine Skies.

The Philippine Eagle SHALL stare at her would-be enemies in the face. And mock them, "Attack if you Dare."

Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!!
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: a1body2 on October 24, 2009, 01:25:05 PM
hello iwas wondering when they are going to get f-18s as i have some 20 years experinence working them in the us at depot level   and i am now living here in the philippines and i feel i could be a big help to them whenthey get them u can contact me at my email    rlh2005ln@yahoo.com 
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: MIKELIGALIG.com on October 24, 2009, 01:29:48 PM
the philippines, for now, can't afford to buy one f-18. modernization of the philippine air force is not about to happen in this generation.
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: PR0CESS0R on October 25, 2009, 06:50:42 PM
ultimo relief goods dili gani ihatag sa mga victima, kwarta pa kaha dili isulod sa bulsa?
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: hubag bohol on October 25, 2009, 07:09:14 PM
In all likelihood, ang allotment pa lang para sa feasibility studies dugay rang nabulsa. Dili ikatingala kon ugaling namutos ug namiya na ang mga kabit nga gibuhi adtong kwartaha.
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: Chongki on October 25, 2009, 07:22:49 PM
planned modernization of PAF....i'll try to talk to vicky morales of gma-7. this is a good segment for her program WISH KO LANG!.......hehehehehehhe
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: hubag bohol on October 25, 2009, 07:38:00 PM
WISH KO LANG![/b].......hehehehehehhe

It would appear that the plan was put forward not to actually modernize PAF but to find a convincing way to steal from government coffers. Pag-abot sa bidding, wa na, nagkabuang na ang mga kolokoy kay nag-ilog sa kickbacks. Mao nga dihay planned purchase nga wa madayon (dili gani to unsa ka-state-of-the art ang paliton). Hahay, mga kenkoy ray mopaak aning damgoha.
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: hofelina on October 26, 2009, 05:41:47 AM
it is still in the planning, so they are making a scheme how to make money out of this plan? Kwarta na naman.
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: hubag bohol on October 26, 2009, 08:49:30 AM
Kining atong armed forces, gidaginot man gani ang combats boots, unsa pa kaha ang combat planes!  >:(

21 June 2004
Vol. XXXV, No. 12
Regular issue

New AFP anomaly exposed

Another case concerning widespread corruption within the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) has been exposed. This time, the scandal involves the supply of 97,257 pairs of combat boots for the Philippine Army.
The anomaly came to light when Jodaar Cottage Industries complained on May 31 that instead of being award the contract (being the lowest bidder at P993.50 a pair), the Procurement Service of the Department of Budget and Management (PSDBM) awarded it to the highest bidder Filboot Manufacturing Corp. (P1,047 a pair). The AFP thus spent P101.8 million on the boots while it would have spent P5,203,249.50 less had the contract been awarded to Jodaar.

PSDBM Inter-Agency Bids and Awards Committee chair Eduardo Opida claimed that the contract was awarded to Filboot because its combat boots were more durable than Jodaar's. But Jodaar questioned the testing procedure used on the combat boots since no company representative was present at the time it was conducted. It was also held only after the company with the lowest bid had already been determined.

Irregularities in supply contracts for military equipment were among the complaints of soldiers who launched the Oakwood mutiny in July 2003. Compelled to order new military equipment, Malacañang directed the PSDBM to oversee the bidding process instead of the DND or the AFP so the latter two could avoid finding themselves in hot water again.

The decisive role of senior AFP officers in awarding contracts for the supply of military equipment was nonetheless confirmed when its chief Gen. Narciso Abaya said that the reason Filboot was chosen was because the company was a "traditional supplier" of the military's needs. Filboot has been a longtime supplier of the high-priced but low-quality combat boots that soldiers have long complained about. Jodaar pointed out that, in fact, the PSDBM and the AFP Research and Development Center are in cahoots.

It has also been revealed that Filboot is part of a cartel of companies that supply equipment not only to the AFP but also to the police. It now appears that biddings are only for show because even before the companies were awarded contracts, officials in the AFP and PNP high command had already entered into deals and arrangements with this cartel. Corrupt senior officers of the military and police rake in huge amounts of money at the expense of junior officers and the rank and file.

Nature Care Industries Philippines also bared a similar experience in biddings for the supply of ammunition to the AFP. Nature Care filed two cases against AFP officers in relation to anomalous transactions in supplying P66 million worth of 105-mm artillery shells and P40 million worth of rocket-propelled grenades. Nature Care said that they offered products superior to the others, but at the lowest price, but that their offer was rejected because the senior officers would earn nothing from it. Instead, the contract was awarded to another firm with defective products and a higher price. There are many other similar cases of irregularities in the system of awarding supply contracts for the AFP.

To cover up the irregularities, Malacañang spread the notion that the exposé of Jodaar's complaint could be part of destabilization plans against the government. Carolina Hernandez, Presidential Adviser on the Feliciano Commission Recommendations which conducted a study of the issues surrounding the soldiers' mutiny at Oakwood Hotel, warned that those disclosing the scandal may only be testing the waters to see if the soldiers would respond to it and trigger a new uprising involving the AFP.
Title: Re: Planned Modernization of Philippine Air Force!
Post by: Brownman on October 26, 2009, 09:07:05 AM
Sa Asia in terms of armaments kita ang pika louy kaajo kay mga daan ang mga gamit tungod ni sa corruption, kung parti naman pud sa airforce mao ra ni tawun atung ikapamhambug

Aircraft inventory
At present the backbone of the PAF inventory consists of:

Aircraft Origin Type Versions Active Notes
Aermacchi S-211  Italy ground support and jet training S-211 13[18]
North American OV-10 Bronco  United States attack aircraft OV-10A/C/A SLEP 11[18] 
Aermacchi SF-260TP/MP/WP  Italy attack aircraft and trainer aircraft (MP/WP) SF-260TP/MP/WP 25 (+18)[19] all MP / WP variants was traded-in for the TP procurement during 1991-1993[20] 18 SF-260E on order[21]
McDonnell Douglas Defender  United States attack helicopter MD-520MG 25[18] 
Sikorsky S-70 Blackhawk  United States multirole helicopter S-70A 2[22][23] presidential aircraft
Sikorsky S-76 Spirit  United States multirole helicopter  11[18] The PAF originally received 17 aircraft
Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules  United States medium transport aircraft C-130B/H 2+6 stored [19][not in citation given]
Fokker F27 Friendship  Netherlands infantry lift F27-MPA 1[18][24] Tactical Transport
GAF Nomad  Australia light transport aircraft  12[18] +1 stored[18]
Fokker F28 Fellowship  Netherlands light transport aircraft  1[24] presidential aircraft
Cessna T-41 Mescalero  United States training aircraft  29[19] The most recent delivery for this type was in the last quarter of 2008, when South Korea donated 15 aircraft. These were delivered, disassembled, last December 4, 2008 to the 410th Maintenance Wing. All aircraft were reassembled last February 12, 2009 and were inaugurated on March the 5th. [14]
Bell Huey II  United States transport helicopter  2[25][26] The PAF acquired a license to perform in-house Huey II upgrades circa 2003[27]
Bell UH-1H  United States transport helicopter UH-1H 52[18] 
Bell 205  United States light transport helicopter  8[18] 
Bell 412  United States transport helicopter  3[28] These aircraft are leased, and operated by the Presidential Airlift Wing. Originally, four helicopters were leased. However one crashed due to bad weather in April 2009[29].
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