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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Lun 27 Mar 2017 - 17:21

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PN Accepts 2 Japanese TC-90 Aircraft


27 Maret 2017


Arrival of two units of Beechcraft TC-90 training aircraft from Japan Ministry of Defense (JMOD) at at Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point
in Cavite City on Monday, March 27, 2017 (photo : PNA)


PN formally accepts 2 Japanese TC-90s in Sangley Point ceremony

SANGLEY POINT CAVITE (PNA) -- The Philippine Navy (PN)'s humanitarian and patrol capability got a big boost the Japan Ministry of Defense (JMOD) formally transferred two units of the Beechcraft TC-90 training aircraft Monday morning.

Transfer ceremonies took place at the Naval Air Group headquarters, Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point, Cavite City.

The two aircraft landed at the said facility around 10 a.m.

Present during the transfer ceremony was Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and his JSMOD counterpart Kenji Wakamiya.

PN spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna said these aircraft were leased from the JMOD as part of the Navy's efforts to enhance its capability in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations, limited transport, and maritime domain awareness including maritime air surveillance and intelligence surveillance reconnaissance.

The whole project involves five units of TC-90s. The remaining three units are expected to arrive by mid-2018.

Last November, two PN pilots and six air crews left for Japan to start their TC-90 flight training.

The Department of National Defense (DND) earlier announced that the Philippines will be re-equipping the TC-90s as Japan have stripped of some its equipment, including its surveillance systems.

The country will pay Japan USD7,000 each for the first four aircraft yearly and only USD200 for the fifth, or total of USD28,200 as stipulated in its lease agreement.

The DND added it is also looking at the possibility of using the TC-90 for 20 years while the military is upgrading its equipment.

The TC-90, which is part of the Beechcraft King Air aircraft family, was offered by Japan shortly after the Agreement Concerning the Transfer of Defense Equipment and Technology was finalized last Feb. 29, 2016.

The TC-90's patrol range is double those of small Philippine aircraft which only has a maximum range of 300 kilometers. (PNA)



The two TC-90A aircraft, with tail nos. JN6822 and JN6824 (photo : Maxdefense)

Japanese TC-90s likely to be donated to PN soon

SANGLEY POINT, Cavite (PNA) -- There is a strong possibility that all five Japanese Beech King Air TC-90s will be donated to the Philippine Navy (PN) at a later day.

This was stressed by PN spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna during the sidelights of the turn over ceremonies of the two TC-90 aircraft in Sangley Point, Cavite Monday.

"The whole project, which involves five units of TC-90s, is pursuant to the agreement between the Philippines and Japan signed in Manila on Feb. 29, 2016. The remaining three units are expected to arrive by the end of March 2018. The PN will temporarily lease the said aircraft amounting to USD 28,000 per year while awaiting for the legal framework that would allow Japan to donate defense equipment to foreign countries," he added.

The TC-90s were leased by the Philippines from the Japan Minister of Defense as part of the efforts to boost the PN's capability in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations, limited transport, and maritime domain awareness including maritime air surveillance and intelligence surveillance reconnaissance.

In line with this, two Naval Air Group instructor pilots are currently undergoing TC-90 transition for pilot in command, test pilot and instructor pilot training in Tokushima, Japan, while six more PN personnel composing the aircraft maintenance crew are also undergoing maintenance training in Sendai and Tokushima.

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http://defense-studies.blogspot.fr/2017/03/pn-accepts-2-japanese-tc-90-aircraft.html  
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Mar 11 Avr 2017 - 21:35

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Philippine Air Force takes delivery of two more KAI FA-50PH fighters

Gabriel Dominguez, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

11 April 2017


The Philippine Air Force (PAF) has taken formal delivery of two more Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) FA-50PH advanced jet trainer/light attack aircraft, the PAF said in a statement.


The PAF has taken formal delivery of two more KAI FA-50PH light
attack aircraft, bringing to eight the number of such aircraft in
service with the PAF. (PAF)


The aircraft will add to the existing six FA-50PHs that are currently in the PAF's inventory, with delivery of the four remaining aircraft expected to be completed by the end of 2017.

The two newly acquired FA-50PHs arrived at Clark Air Base in north of Manila on 29 March and were formally accepted in a ceremony presided by PAF Chief of Air Staff Major General Rozzano D Briguez on 6 April.

Maj Gen Briguez thanked the South Korean government for its support in the procurement.

"Bringing back the prestige of the PAF has been a challenge to the organisation,' said the major general, according to the statement.

Nevertheless, he added, "with the arrival of these jets, the PAF will continue to grow and progress with high hopes of providing peace and security in the entire nation".
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Jeu 27 Avr 2017 - 19:55

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PAF Gets 2 More FA-50PH Jet Fighters

27 April 2017


PAF FA-50PH number 009 (photo : efrainnoelmorota)


MANILA -- The Philippine Air Force (PAF)'s fleet of FA-50PH "Fighting Eagle" jet fighters has climbed to 10 with the arrival of two more aircaft at Clark Air Base, Angeles City, Pampanga Wednesday morning.

This was confirmed by PAF spokesperson Col. Antonio Francisco in a message to the PNA.

"FA-50 with tail number 009 touched down at 11:20 a.m. while FA-50 with tail number 010 (landed) at 11:21 a.m.," he said.

Francisco said the two aircraft took off from Saechon, South Korea on 7:59 a.m. of April 25 and landed on Jeju on 8:50 a.m. on the same day.

After refueling in Jeju, it took off around 12:39 p.m. and landed in Taiwan around 2:47 p.m. also on April 25.

Francisco said the FA-50PHs departed deparated from Taiwan around 10:08 a.m. April 26 with FA-50PH with tail number 009 landing at 11:20 a.m. and tail number 010 arriving at 11:21 a.m.



PAF FA-50PH number 010 (photo : efrainnoelmorota)

FA-50PHs with tail numbers 007 and 008 arrived in the country last March 29 and were commissioned into service last April 6.

Francisco said the FA-50PHs are very useful for the PAF as it can be used for territorial defense and pilot training which is important as they are now focusing on the "generation" of pilots capable of manning sophisticated jet fighters which the country is planning to acquire for its military modernization program.

The first two FA-50PH units were delivered last Nov. 28, 2015 while the second batch was handed over last Dec. 8.

The third batch was turned over to the PAF last Feb. 22.

With the arrival of the two jet aircraft, only two more FA-50PHs are scheduled to be delivered by May, completing the PAF's 12-plane order from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) worth PHP18.9 billion.

The FA-50PHs has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or one and a half times the speed of sound and is capable of being fitted air-to-air missiles, including the AIM-9 "Sidewinder" air-to-air and heat-seeking missiles aside from light automatic cannons.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Mer 31 Mai 2017 - 20:25

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DND to Acquire Precision-Guided Munitions for FA-50PHs in Russia

30 Mei 2017


Russian precision guided bomb (photos : Australia Air Power)


MANILA --- The Department of National Defense (DND) is looking at the possibility of acquiring precision-guided munitions (PGMs) from Russia to further develop the FA-50PHs' ground-attack capability which can be used against a variety of threat groups.

DND Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said PGMs are quite useful as they can be delivered with "pinpoint accuracy" against ground targets by the South Korean-made FA-50PHs "Fighting Eagle" jet aircraft.

"(PGMs) are more expensive than conventional ammo but are economical in the long run as we will use less ammo (target is hit within five meter radius) and collateral damage is minimized if not completely eliminated," Lorenzana told the PNA Monday.

The DND chief did not give specifics on what types of PGMs it is planning to evaluate for possible Philippine acquisition and use.



The Philippine Air Force, by May 31, will complete its 12 FA-50PH order from Korea Aerospace Industries worth PHP18.9 billion.

Lorenzana earlier said the Philippines is planning to acquire weapons, including advanced diesel-electric submarines from Russia.

"Yes, we have plans to purchase weapons from them. They have also very sophisticated and advanced weaponry. We will look into them, we have not decided what equipment but off the bat, we are looking, we would like to develop our submarine force so we will look into their submarines one of these days," he added.

>Lorenzana was with President Rodrigo Duterte on his official trip to Russia last week. The trip was cut short because of the ongoing clash between security forces and the Maute terror Group in Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur last week.

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Last Batch of F/A-50PH have Arrived in Clark AFB

31 Mei 2017


F/A-50PH with tail number 011 and 012 (photo : Peter Ho)


Last batch of Korean fighter jets arrives in PH

Two more FA-50 fighter jets from South Korea arrived on Wednesday morning at the Philippine Air Force Harribon Hangar in Clark Airbase, Pampanga.

The latest batch completes the PAF acquisition of 12 FA-50 fighter jets.

The jets with tail numbers 011 and 012 are capable of carrying short range air to air missiles, air to surface missiles with 2-seat capacity and a length of 43 feet.

The PAF said that the fighter jets are on standby in case these are needed for operations in Marawi, where terrorist group Maute besieged key areas.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Mar 6 Juin 2017 - 18:14

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PMC to Get new Anti-Terror Equipment from US Gov't

06 Juni 2017


M-134D gatling gun (photo : AP)


MANILA -- The Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) will get additional anti-terror equipment from the United States government on Monday.

A turnover ceremony will take place at the Marine Barracks Rudiardo Brown in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City at 10 a.m. on June 5, PMC spokesperson Capt. Ryan Lacuesta said Friday.

"The United States Government will formally hand over various equipment to the PMC. These equipment will further enhance the capabilities of the PMC counter-terrorism units in addressing different threats posed by different terrorists and other groups," he added.

Equipment to be turned over to the PMC include 300 M-4 carbines, 200 Glock 21 pistols, 25 units of combat rubber raiding craft, 100 M-203 rail mounted grenade launchers, 30 outboard motors, and four M-134D Gatling-style machine guns.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Jeu 8 Juin 2017 - 19:10

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PH Army and Marines Get 3 new 155mm Towed Howitzers from Israel


08 Juni 2017


Soltam M-71 15mm/39 towed howitzers for the Philippine Marine Corps and Philippine Army (photos : maxdefense)


PHL military gets 3 brand-new 155-mm howitzers, 9 more en route

MANILA -- Three of the 12 155-mm towed howitzers acquired by the Department of National Defense for the Army and Marines, have arrived and the other nine are in transit, the department’s public affairs office chief, Arsenio Andolong, has said.

The three Elbit-Soltam M-71 155mm/Towed 39CAL howitzers were delivered late April and were formally accepted by the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC), whose gunners are currently familiarizing themselves with the weaponry, Andolong said in an interview with the Philippine News Agency (PNA) Wednesday.



The nine howitzers will undergo technical inspection once they arrive, he said, adding that three of these will be given to the PMC and six to the Army Artillery Regiment.

The new howitzers were supplied by the Israeli defense company, Elbit Systems Land and C41.

The contract was originally for PHP438.62 million and includes 240 155-mm. high explosive shells and integrated logistic support. Elbit won by submitting a bid of PHP410.84 million.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Jeu 27 Juil 2017 - 21:58

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Les États-Unis donnent deux avions de renseignement aux Philippines pour combattre l’EI


Posté dans Asie-Pacifique, Forces aériennes, Renseignement par Laurent Lagneau Le 27-07-2017




Depuis la fin mai, et peu habituée au combat urbain, les forces armées philippines peinent à chasser les jihadistes du groupe Maute et d’Abu Sayyaf, deux formations ayant prêté allégeance à l’État islamique, de Marawi, ville située sur l’île méridionale de Mindanao.

Face à cette offensive de l’EI, les militaires philippins se retrouvent seuls en première ligne, même s’ils sont conseillés par les forces spéciales américaines, présentes dans le sud du pays depuis 2002, déjà pour combattre Abu Sayyaf. Toutefois, l’US Navy et la Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) mènent ponctuellement des missions de renseignement au-dessus de Mindanao avec des avions de patrouille maritime P-3C Orion.

Il faut dire que l’attitude du président philippin, Rodrigo Duterte, a de quoi doucher les bonnes volontés. Ses relations avec Washington sont loin d’être au beau fixe et il s’est tourné résolument vers la Russie et la Chine. Cette dernière a d’ailleurs récemment livré, à l’armée philippine, des armes d’une valeur totale de 6,3 millions d’euros.

Cela étant, les États-Unis viennent de donner aux Philippines deux avions légers ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) de type Cessna C208B Grand Caravan, d’une valeur de 25,5 millions d’euros (équipements électroniques évidemment compris). Quatre pourraient suivre par la suite.

Ces deux avions ont été achetés par le Pentagone, via un fonds mis en place pour financer le renforcement des capacités militaires des pays partenaires au titre de la lutte contre le terrorisme. Ils sont notamment équipés de radios haute fréquence et d’une caméra gyrostabilisée Wescam MX-15 qui, développée par L3 Communications, dispose de deux objectifs haute définition et d’un capteur infrarouge.

« Ces avions représentent la dernière (…) manifestation de tout ce que notre alliance est censée être, un partenariat entre deux vieux amis, deux solides alliés qui travaillent ensemble, combattent ensemble et triomphent ensemble de leurs ennemis », a commenté Sung Kim, l’ambassadeur américain en poste à Manille.

http://www.opex360.com/2017/07/27/les-etats-unis-donnent-deux-avions-de-renseignement-aux-philippines-pour-combattre-lei/
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Mar 1 Aoû 2017 - 22:19

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Elbit Systems to Bag Contract for Upgrade of 40 PH M113A2


01 Agustus 2017


PA's M113A2 APC (photo : thephdefense)


Israeli firm to bag contract for upgrade of 40 PH armored carriers – MaxDefense

Israeli Elbit Systems Land and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) is expected to get a contract from the Philippine government to upgrade 40 Philippine Army M113A2 armored personnel carriers (APC) through direct negotiation, MaxDefense Philippines said today.

MaxDefense Philippines is a known Philippines defense and security observer and analyst.

40 M113A2s to be upgraded are part of 114 APCs donated by United States through its Excess Defense Article (EDA) program. These APCs were delivered in 2015.

Elbit, according to MaxDefense, will be contracted to convert the 40 APCs into platforms armed with a 12.7mm machine guns in Remote Controlled Weapons Stations (RCWS) and Armored Mortar Carriers armed with a Soltam Cardom 120mm mortar.

According to MaxDefense, budget for the mentioned upgrades will be sourced from Revised Armed Force of the Philippines Modernization Program (RA 1034), First Horizon-second list.

First Horizon-second list was derived from the cancelled Shore Based Missile System (SBMS) program.

Elbit already delivered 28 refurbished and upgraded APCs to Philippine military with contract price of PHP882 million, signed in 2014. Upgrades included installation of 25 mm unmanned turrets, 12.7 mm remote controlled weapon stations (RCWS), fire control systems (FCS) for 90 mm turrets, and conversion to recovery units.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Jeu 3 Aoû 2017 - 20:36

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03/08/2017

Manille va moderniser ses C-130 « Hercules » !




Les Philippines vont mettre à niveau l'avionique de trois avions de transport Lockheed-Martin C-130 « Hercules ». Les appareils concernés sont Deux C-130H et un C-130T. L'âge moyen de ces avions est de 40,2 ans. La mise à jour est basée sur celle des C-130 de l’US Air Force.

La mise à niveau de l’avionique des appareils C-130 «Hercules» s’articule autour d’un cockpit numérique "verre" doté de six écrans multifonctions. Les pilotes disposent d’un affichages tête haute, d’un nouveau système de communication numérique sécurisé. Les panneaux de commande de navigation sont compatible avec la vision nocturne. Cette modernisation permettra à moyen terme d’uniformisé les configurations cockpit des C-130 philippins qui sont aujourd’hui particulièrement disparates. Ce nouveau cockpit permettra également de rendre les C-130 en conformité avec les exigences moderne de gestion du trafic et permettra à la flotte de continuer de servir durant 30 années supplémentaires.



Photos : 1 C-130H philippins@ PAF 2 futur cockpit@ Lockheed Martin

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Lun 7 Aoû 2017 - 20:52

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Les Philippines vont recruter 20.000 soldats supplémentaires pour faire face à la menace jihadiste


Posté dans Asie-Pacifique, Terrorisme par Laurent Lagneau Le 07-08-2017




Les forces armées philippines sont toujours à la peine face aux jihadistes d’Abu Sayyaf et du groupe Maute qui, liés à l’État islamique, occupent une partie de la ville de Marawi, située dans l’île méridionale de Mindanao, depuis le 23 mai dernier.

Début juillet, 1.500 bâtiments échappaient toujours aux forces gouvernementales. Et, selon un dernier bilan officiel publié le 5 août, les combat ont fait plus de 700 tués (dont 119 civils et 523 jihadistes). Quant aux troupes philippines, elles ont perdu 122 hommes et compte plus de 900 blessés et 60 disparus dans leurs rangs.

La difficulté qu’éprouvent les forces armées du pays à reprendre le contrôle de Marawi s’explique en grande partie par le fait qu’elles sont peu rompues au combat urbain. En outre, elles manquent de moyens, tant au niveau des matériels que des effectifs.

Le problème est que l’état-major philippin a dû dégarnir plusieurs régions où la situation sécuritaire est tendue à cause de la présence des rebelles communistes de la Nouvelle Armée du Peuple (NPA), pour renforcer ses troupes à Marawi. Et, avec 165.000 militaires, les effectifs des forces philippines, déjà notoirement sous-équipées, sont clairement insuffisants.

D’où l’annonce faite le 6 août par Rodrigo Duterte, le président philippin. Ainsi, il a demandé au Congrès d’approuver le recrutement de 20.000 soldats supplémentaires.

« La demande présidentielle de 20.000 soldats supplémentaires entre dans le cadre de notre politique de sécurité pour protéger les parties du pays où les menaces pour la sécurité sont persistantes », a précisé Ernesto Abella, le porte-parole du président philippin. « Le déploiement de troupes à Marawi et d’autres sites de Mindanao doit être rééquilibré pour assurer une efficacité maximale », a-t-il ajouté.

Cet effort en matière de recrutement s’accompagnera, pour l’an prochain, d’une hausse de 5,5% des dépenses militaires, lesquelles seront portées à 145 milliards de pesos philippins (soit un peu plus de 2,4 milliards d’euros). Le budget de la Défense avait déjà annoncé en hausse de 18% cette année par rapport à 2016.

La question de Marawi est essentielle dans la mesure où l’EI peut se servir de cette ville (et plus largement, de l’île de Mindanao) comme d’un point d’appui pour élargir son recrutement à l’ensemble de la région.

Or, pour le moment, les forces philippines se trouvent relativement seules, même si elles sont conseillées par les forces spéciales américaines et que les États-Unis ainsi que l’Australie leur fournissent des capacités ISR (Intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance). Á noter que Manille et Jarkarta ont mené des patrouilles maritimes conjointes le long de la mer de Célèbes afin d’empêcher l’infiltration de jihadistes.

http://www.opex360.com/2017/08/07/les-philippines-vont-recruter-20-000-soldats-supplementaires-pour-faire-face-la-menace-jihadiste/
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Sam 12 Aoû 2017 - 19:59

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Japan Transferring Thousands of Helicopter Spare Parts to Philippines


12 Agustus 2017


JGSDF UH-1H helicopter (photo : J-HangarSpace)


The Japanese military will be providing the Philippine Air Force (PAF) with thousands of helicopter spare parts. “This is a demonstration of the robust strategic partnership and cooperation of the two allies,” a PAF senior officer as, as quoted by Reuters in an exclusive report dated August 10.

Japan giving the Philippines helicopter spare parts was first reported in March this year.

Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana on the sidelines of the transfer ceremony for the two Beechcraft King Air TC-90 aircraft from Japan to Philippine Navy said DND has already started discussions with Japan Ministry of Defense’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA) regarding the possible transfer of UH-1H helicopter spare parts to the PAF.

These spare parts, if transferred, will extend the service life of UH-1Hs currently in PAF service. PAF is known to operate 40 to 60 units Huey helicopters.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Sam 26 Aoû 2017 - 20:49

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Philippines Re-launches Acquisition of 2 Long-Range Patrol Aircraft

26 Agustus 2017


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The Department of National Defense-Armed Forces of the Philippines (DND-AFP) released the bidding documents for the acquisition of Philippine Air Force’s 2 long-range patrol (LRP) aircraft. Pre-bid conference will be on September 8, while bid opening will be on September 22.

This is after two failed attempts with first in August 2014, and the second was last month.

The Approved Budget for Contract (ABC) is PHP5.976 billion, with funds being sourced from AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund (Republic Act No. 10349 “Revised AFP Modernization”, singed December 2012)

The acquisition includes integrated logistics support (ILS) package, sensors, sensors integration, and mission support facilities.

Delivery of goods must be withing 1,035 calendar days after the issuance of Notice to Proceed.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée des Philippines / Armed Forces of the Philippines / Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas   Ven 8 Sep 2017 - 18:59

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PCG Acquires French Sea Vessels for Maritime Security


08 September 2017


OCEA OPV-270 (image : Navy Recognition)


MANILA -- The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has inked a deal Wednesday afternoon with a French shipbuilding firm for the acquisition of five shipping vessels for maritime security.

The contract effectiveness agreement was signed by Department of Transportation (DOTr) Undersecretary for Maritime Felipe Judan and OCEA director of maritime safety and security Fabrice Weinbach and witnessed by Secretary Arthur Tugade and French Embassy representative Laurent Estrade.

The signing paved the way for the implementation of the Philippine Ports and Coast Guard Capability Development Project. It also marks the first major vessel acquisition for the PCG under the Duterte administration.

The project involves the supply, delivery and maintenance of four brand new 24 meter fast patrol boats (FPB) and one 84 meter offshore patrol vessels (OPV) to be purchased by the DOTr for the use of the Coast Guard.

“The acquisition of the vessels will enhance the capability of the PCG in performing its functions on maritime security, safety, maritime search and rescue, marine environmental protection as well as offshore patrol of the country’s exclusive economic zone,” DOTr Assistant Secretary for Maritime Lino Dabi said in an interview with the Philippine News Agency.

He said the sea vessels may be deployed to deter piracy incidents in southern Mindanao and defend the country’s territorial claims over the West Philippine Sea.

The French government has provided a loan worth 97.03 million euros through Official Development Assistance (ODA) using the remaining balance of the Greater Maritime Access (GMA) RoRo Port Projects of the Arroyo administration.

Under the agreement, supply of goods shall be made within 23 consecutive months with its first delivery to be made on the first quarter of 2018. This will involve the provision of four FPB 72 and 1 OPV 270.

The contract for the purchase of the sea vessels was signed on September 9, 2014 with OCEA and the then DOTC.

With the signing of the contract effectiveness agreement, this means that certain conditions precedent for the coming into full force and effect of the contract has already been completed.

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