Alongside the Philippine Coast Guard’s 116th anniversary today, three Multi-role Response Vessels were commissioned namely MRRV-4404 Capones, MRRV-4406 Suluan and MRRV-4407 Sindangan…

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  1. if ok lang sana na lagyan ng Japanese flag katabi ng atin pambansang watawat ang barko na binigay ng Japan, para magpatunay na magkaibigan na ang Japan at Pilipinas, wala na tayo ibang pwedeng mapagkatiwalaan na malapit na bansa eh, ung china binababoy na tayo, hindi naman tau pinapansin ng ibang bansa na kalapit natin, laking tulong ng Japan, ung patrol car na binigay nila pulido ang pagkakagawa nakasakay na ako, niloko ko mga police, sir wg nyo po papaambush ito sa mga npa hahaha

  2. Mag research muma bago magcomment kung kanino project ito nasimulan para hindi naman mahalata na ngayon lang nakikialam sa mga nangyayari sa bayan..

  3. Reuters

    FRI NOV 20, 2015 / 12:18 AM EST
    Manila asks Japan for large ships to patrol South China Sea
    Reuters Staff

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    Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) is greeted by Filipino President Benigno Aquino III as he arrives for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders meeting in Manila, Philippines, November 19, 2015.
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    (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may consider a request from the Philippines for large coastguard ships to patrol the disputed South China Sea, after the two allies reached a deal on defense equipment and technology.

    China has overlapping claims with Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam in the South China Sea, through which $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year.

    The Philippines is the Southeast Asian nation most at odds with China over the South China Sea. Tokyo has no claims in the waterway, but worries about China's growing military reach into sea lanes through which much of Japan's ship-borne trade passes.

    The deal will mark the first time Japan has agreed to directly donate military equipment to another country, and is the latest example of Abe's more muscular security agenda.

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    "There was a request from President Benigno Aquino regarding the provision of large patrol vessels to the Philippine Coast Guard and Japan would like to consider the specifics," Abe said in a statement.

    The two leaders met on Thursday night at the close of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Manila.

    Abe said he welcomed the deal and "agreed to work together for the early signing of the agreement and the realization of cooperation in defense equipment".

    There have been media reports that Tokyo would supply Manila with three used Beechcraft TC-90 King Air aircraft suitable for maritime surveillance in the South China Sea. Manila had also sought Lockheed Martin submarine-hunting P3-C patrol planes.

    Rather than challenge Beijing directly by sending warships or planes to patrol the South China Sea, Japan is helping to build the military capacity of friendly nations with claims to parts of the waterway.

    "These negotiations take some time," a senior Japanese official told Reuters, saying it could take one or two years before the two sides sign a deal on defense equipment and technology.

    "Japan wants an assurance that any equipment it will give will not be transferred to a third country."

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    To allow the donation, Japanese lawmakers will either have to tweak curbs on sales of government-owned equipment, or set up a separate financing mechanism.

    Japan is also building 10 40-metre (131-ft) -long vessels for the Philippine coastguard. Manila needs 100-metre (328-ft) -long patrol ships.

    Japan changed defense policy this year in a shift that could let troops fight overseas for the first time since 1945. The move was welcomed by ally the United States, but fed concern in China, where memories of Japan's wartime aggression run deep.

    (Reporting by Manuel Mogato; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)

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  4. Busted: New vessels from Japan, France are part of Aquino’s Coast Guard modernization program
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    Duterte fan pages on Facebook was all praises for President Rodrigo Duterte for the arrival of three vessels from Japan and four from France. They thanked Duterte and said that the whole world loves Duterte despite the criticisms he got. The President even received a “good job” from his fan pages.

    Mga bobo kayo.mag reseach muna kayo bago kayo mag comment.binili yan nong panahon ni pnoy.wala pang binibiling barko si digong

  5. donated by theJapanese govt, this is the proceed of President Duterte excellent foreign policy, more help coming from generous govt of Japan.  the Filipinos are very gratefully blissed to have a true honest allied. THANK YOU JAPAN…

  6. Parola-class patrol ships is a good addition for the PCG. However, In my opinion medyo sayang lang with 11 meters in length longer may helipad na sana similar with San Juan-class for faster response law enforcement, quick search and rescue, and emergency Maritime Disaster Response using Airbus H145M Helicopters.

    Parola-class patrol ship – http://www.update.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/18485554_1262732287172766_4320285336639146990_n.jpg

    San Juan class patrol ship – https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6S8FoQ_g3Ss/V6gHbVpYvgI/AAAAAAAAGxo/qZoV_D6ShZAuHOzyak-ceHiaURAnzpj7QCLcB/s1600/BRP%2BPampanga%2B2.jpg

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