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Philippine Navy ships
« on: January 25, 2009, 01:43:53 AM »
The following Philippine Navy ships have their own threads on Timawa.

See also the following inventory threads:

http://timawa.net/pn.htm
http://www.hueybravo.net/Philippine%20Navy%20Main.htm
Names of unknown ships
PN ships on Navsource.org

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Frigate

ex-USCGC Hamilton class

BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PF-15)

                                 

ex-US Cannon class

BRP Rajah Humabon (PF-11)
                                  
Corvettes

Jacinto class

BRP Artemio Ricarte (PS-37)
BRP Apolinario Mabini (PS-36)
BRP Emilio Jacinto (PS-35)

ex-US Cyclone class

BRP General Mariano Alvarez (PS-38)

ex-US Auk class

BRP Rizal (PS-74)
BRP Quezon (PS-70)
ex-US PCE

BRP Iloilo (PS-32)
BRP Pangasinan (PS-31)
BRP Cebu (PS-28)
BRP Sultan Kudarat (PS-22)
BRP Magat Salamat (PS-20)
BRP Miguel Malvar (PS-19)


Patrol craft


Aguinaldo class

BRP Antonio Luna (PG-141)
BRP Emilio Aguinaldo (PG-140)

Kagitingan class

BRP Bagong Silang (PG-104)
BRP Bagong Lakas (PG-102)

Tomas Batillo Class - ex South Korean PKM-200 Chamsuri class

BRP Emilio Liwanag (PG-118)
BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117)
BRP Nicolas Mahusay (PG-116)
BRP Ramon Aguirre (PG-115)
BRP Salvador Abcede (PG-114)
BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
BRP Bonny Serrano (PG-111)

Conrado Yap class

BRP Sulpicio Fernandez (PG-853)
BRP Apollo Tiano (PG-851)
BRP Leopoldo Regis (PG-847)
BRP Conrado Yap (PG-841)

ex-USCG Point class

BRP Abraham Campo (PG-396)
BRP Alberto Navarette (PG-394)


Multi-Purpose Assault Craft (MPAC)

BA-484
BA-483
BA-482


Jose Andrada class

BRP Felix Apolinario (PG-395)
BRP Florencio Inigo (PG-393)
BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
BRP Jose Loor (PG-390)
BRP Teotimo Figuracion (PG-389)
BRP Manuel Gomez (PG-388)
BRP Anastacio Cacayorin (PG-387)
BRP Filipino Flojo (PG-386)
BRP Federico Martir (PG-385)
BRP Leovigildo Gantioque (PG-384)
BRP Ismael Lomibao (PG-383)
BRP Dioscoro Papa (PG-381)
BRP Eistor Reinoso (PG-380)
BRP Rafael Pargas (PG-379)
BRP Hilario Ruiz (PG-378)
BRP Liberato Picar (PG-377)
BRP Heracleo Alano (PG-376)
BRP Carlos Albert (PG-375)
BRP Simeon Castro (PG-374)
BRP Alfredo Peckson (PG-372)
BRP Enrique Jurado (PG-371)
BRP Jose Andrada (PG-370)


Australian, fiberglass

DF-323

Swift Mk.III class

DF-354
DF-353
DF-352
DF-351
DF-349
DF-348
DF-339
DF-336
DF-338
DF-322
DF-321
DF-320
DF-317

Swift Mk.II class


Swift Mk.I class

DF-303
DF-301
DF-300

Unidentified DF

DF-333
DF-323




Transports

Frank Besson class

BRP Dagupan City (LC-551)
BRP Bacolod City (LC-550)

ex-US LST 542 class

BRP Benguet (LT-507)
BRP Zamboanga del Sur (LT-86)

ex-US LST 1 class

BRP Laguna (LST-501)


LCU

BRP Manobo (BU-297)


ex-US LCU Mk.6

BRP Tausug (AT-295)
BRP Bagobo (AT-293)
BRP Subanon (AT-291)


Presidential yacht

BRP Pag-asa (AT-25) - ex Ang Pangulo

                                  Service craft

BRP Mangyan (AS-71)

BRP Fort Abad (AM-701)
BRP Fort San Antonio (AM-700)

Tanker

BRP Lake Buhi (AF-78)
BRP Lake Taal (AF-72)


Water Tanker

Lake Buluan (AW-33)


Cranes

YU-207 - ex-US 60-ton capacity floating crane


Floating dry-dock

YD-204

Riverine Utility Craft

VU-471
VU-469
VT-105
VT-103
VT-102

Scrapped, sunk, sold, etc.

WHEC

Francisco Dagohoy (PF-10)
BRP Diego Silang (PF-9)
RPS Gregorio del Pilar (PF-8)

Edsall class

RPS Rajah Lakandula (PF-4)

ex-US Barnegat class

BRP Andres Bonifacio (PF-7)


ex-US Cannon class

RPS Datu Kalantiaw (PS-76)
BRP Datu Sikatuna (PF-5)
ex-USS Muir (DE-770) - used for spares only
ex-USS Sutton (DE-771) - used for spares only


ex-US Buckley class

RPS Rajah Soliman

ex-US Admirable class

RPS Samar (PS-33)

ex-US Aggressive class

RPS Davao del Norte
RPS Davao del Sur


Ex-US SC-497 Submarine Chaser

P 14   Cagayan
P 15   Mountain Province
P 16   Ilocos Sur
P 17   Surigao
P 18   Isabella
P 19   Cavite
P 20   Ilocos Norte/Malampay Sound


Ex-US PC-461 Patrol Craft
               
C 21   Camarines Sur
PG 22   Bohol
PG 23   Zamboanga del Sur
PG 24   Batangas
PG 25   Nueva Ecija
PG 26   Negros Oriental
PG 26   Negros Oriental
PG 27   Capiz


ex-US LST 542 class

BRP Agusan del Sur (LT-54)

ex-US LSM-1 class

BRP Mindoro Oriental (LP-68)
BRP Batanes (LP-65)

                                  Decommissioned,
strategic reserve, grounded


In lieu of confirmed information about loss, scrapping, etc., ships that are not
on the active list are placed here


ex-US PCE

BRP Negros Occidental (PS-29)
BRP Datu Marikudo (PS-23)


Tomas Batillo Class - ex South Korean PKM-200 Chamsuri class

BRP Tomas Batillo (PG-110)


Kagitingan class

BRP Kagitingan (PG-101)

Conrado Yap class

BRP Leon Tadina (PG-848)
BRP Nicanor Jimenez (PG-846)
BRP Jose Artiago Jr (PG-844)
BRP Cosme Acosta (PG-843)
BRP Tedorico Dominado Jr (PG-842)
BRP Loreto Danipog (PG-849)


ex-US Achelous class (Repair ship)

BRP Yakal (AD-617)


ex-US Alamosa class

BRP Mactan (AC-90)


Water tanker

BRP Paoay (AW-34)


ex-US Admirable class

RPS Mount Samat (PS-21)


ex-US LST 542 class

BRP Kalinga Apayao (LT-516)
BRP Cotabato del Norte (LT-511)
BRP Lanao del Norte (LT-504)
BRP Ilocos Norte (LT-98)
BRP Sierra Madre (LT-57)

ex-US LST 491 class

BRP Lanao del Sur (LT-503)
BRP Cotabato del Sur (LT-87)

ex-US LST 1 class

BRP Samar Oriental (LT-502)

ex-US LCU Mk.6

BRP Tausug (AT-297)
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2009, 08:36:05 AM »
Is PG-110 Tomas Batillo still operational?
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2009, 12:24:45 PM »
Is PG-110 Tomas Batillo still operational?

Good question.

Both PG-110 and PG-115 (Ramon Aguirre) are missing from the Philippine Fleet list. No photos of these two . . . yet.
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2009, 03:25:37 AM »
Yah plus Emilio Jacinto seems to be not active lately.... :smoke:

How about the 2 Boston Whalers boat donated by the US----are they commissioned already and have names????
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2009, 01:51:49 PM »
Yah plus Emilio Jacinto seems to be not active lately.... :smoke:

How about the 2 Boston Whalers boat donated by the US----are they commissioned already and have names????
Too small to have names. The PCF, DF class do not have names either and they are a bit larger though not as large as the Andrada class.
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #5 on: February 05, 2009, 12:26:08 PM »
Sir A,

Did you got my email? I sent you pictures of decommissioned PN ships.
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #6 on: February 05, 2009, 04:00:46 PM »
Yup, I received the mail, but somehow the encoding got screwed up so the mail came out as gibberish. Can you resend?

Thanks for the pics.  :beer:
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #7 on: February 05, 2009, 10:16:17 PM »
Sir resend done.
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2009, 12:31:00 AM »
sir A - how about PCG ships too? i believe we have plenty of pictures that need consolidation...

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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2009, 02:00:55 PM »
sir A - how about PCG ships too? i believe we have plenty of pictures that need consolidation...

 :thumbsup:

Done.  :thumbsup:

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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #11 on: March 21, 2009, 01:46:24 PM »
BRP Florenca Nuno (PG-393) or BRP Florencio Inigo (PG-393)?

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« Reply #12 on: March 21, 2009, 04:58:51 PM »
BRP Florenca Nuno (PG-393) or BRP Florencio Inigo (PG-393)?

Thanks for the heads up Proyas.  :beer:

According to the Philippine Fleet Website, its the latter.

http://www.philfleet.mil.ph/ships.htm
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Re: Philippine Navy ships
« Reply #13 on: March 26, 2009, 06:48:47 PM »
as what Sir A listed

we're rich in patrol craft!



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« Reply #14 on: March 26, 2009, 07:00:27 PM »
as what Sir A listed

we're rich in patrol craft!

With over 7,100 islands to look after . . . that probably isn't enough. At any rate, not all these boats are actually operational at the same time.

Only the President, Secretary of Defense, CSAFP, FOIC, J-staff, and the folks on the boats know which ones are ready for action . . . and which ones aren't . . . at any given time.
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