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BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« on: January 25, 2009, 11:55:59 PM »
Bienvenido Salting taking part in Pagsisikap 2008

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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2009, 05:08:34 AM »
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http://www.mb.com.ph/issues/2007/04/11/MTNN2007041191534.html
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RP, Malaysian navies start joint exercises
By YUL MALICSE

The Philippine Navy (PN) and Royal Malaysian Navy started yesterday their 10-day joint naval exercises in Philippine waters.

It officially started with the opening ceremonies at the PN headquarters in Manila.

The exercises, dubbed "Malphi Laut 10/2007", have three phases aimed at enhancing their "interoperability, mutual cooperation, and understating’’ through series of cross-training and defense dialogues.

They will hold the exercises in the waters off Luzon and Sulu.

Philippine Navy flag-officer-in-command Vice Admiral Rogelio Calunsag said drills and executions for the three-phased exercises include operations and communications planning, amphibious training special operations training, cross-deck training, and other in-port training activities for the harbor phase; maritime interdiction operations, minefield transit operations, and other tactical maneuvers for the sea phase; and an exercise evaluation for the post-exercise phase.

The opening ceremonies were led by PN Capt. Orwen Cortes and Malaysian Navy Capt. HJ Russi Bin HJ Idrus, the commander and deputy commander of Task Force Group 80.2, the newly established directorate for the exercise.

Participating PN assets are three ships — the BRP Artemio Ricarte (PS 37), BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG 112), and BRP Quezon (PS 70) — two aircrafts, PN Islander PNI 310 and BO -105 Helicopter PNH41, and two Naval Special Operations Group (Navsog) teams.

On the other side are three ships, the KD Kedah (171), KD Laksamana Tan Psu Pus Pusmah (137), and KD Yu (3505), and two Paskal.

Malphi Laut 10/2007 is the10th since its inception in 1997 and is expected to boost the efforts and relations of the two navies in combatting security threats in Philippines-Malaysia common maritime borders.
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2009, 05:18:20 PM »
PG112 is some times parked in front of the PN HQ in Roxas Blvd... To bad I dont have my camera when I see it.
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2009, 09:10:37 PM »
Photograph c/o the 2007 AFP Modernization Report

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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #4 on: February 28, 2009, 11:20:44 PM »
Please see the trailer. It's an international movie which has Jaymee Ong and Bebe Pham as the lead. Shot in Palawan and Cebu. (Ganda nung bridge).

http://www.deepgoldthemovie.com/trailer.html

Screen capture from the trailer. Time index 00:32.

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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2009, 04:54:03 PM »
NOTICE TO MARINERS
NUMBER 238-2008
04 November 2008

https://sites.google.com/a/coastguard.gov.ph/notam/november-2008

Notice is hereby given to all mariners and other parties concerned that:

1.         The Philippine Navy Vessel PG112 will conduct Test Firing of her armaments on 12 November 2008 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Location at Bohol sea, Bohol or within the areas bounded by the following coordinates:

2.         All ships/watercrafts transiting the above mentioned area are advised to take necessary precautionary measures.

3.         The cooperation of all concerned in effecting widest dissemination of this information is requested.
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2009, 12:04:50 AM »
Note the 40mm Bofors guns facing aft.

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Cebu, PHILIPPINES: A Philippine Navy boat patrols the channel between Cebu city and Mactan island, seen in the background 08 December 2006 as part of the security measures for the scheduled ASEAN summit in this central Philippines city. Ambassador Marciano Paynor head of the national organizing committee announced the postponement of the next week's ASEAN summit here in the resort island of Cebu. Paynor, blamed a brewing storm in the Pacific and not reports of a planned terrorist attack. The gathering of the 10 leaders from ASEAN and the wider East Asia Summit were put off until January, with the announcement coming a day after Britain, the United States and other nations warned of a possible attack in Cebu. AFP PHOTO/JAY DIRECTO (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #7 on: April 16, 2009, 07:26:44 AM »
BORACAY GETTING NAVY 'WATCHDOGS'


Navy sends two ships to ensure safety of tourists at Boracay

MANILA, April 16

Two Navy ships have been deployed in world famous Boracay to ensure the safety of local and foreign tourists expected to go during summer season, a Navy spokesman reported Thursday.

Navy acting spokesman Lt. Salvador Sambalilo named the two ships as BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG 112), and BRP Abraham Campo (PG 396) under Lt. Cdr. Lemuel Espartinez and Lt. Alfredo Cayabyab, respectively.

“They are supported by a team of Naval Special Operations Unit 5 belonging to the Navy’s elite Unit equivalent to the SEAL Team of the US Navy which caught the attention of the public in a recent rescue operation of a hostage drama in pirate infested sea lanes of Somalia,” said Sambalilo.

Sambalilo said the Navy, Naval Forces Central under the Command of Capt. Honiro Belanon Jr. based in Cebu, sent the two naval ships to Boracay Island, Aklan “to ensure the security and safety of tourists during the vacation season.”

The naval ships are now stationed at the Caticlan Jetty Port and Passenger Terminal in Malay, Aklan, said Sambalilo.

“They are guarding the waters of Boracay since March and are constantly on alert, especially during the Lenten season,” he said.

“This is to show to our local and foreign tourists that the government is determined in safeguarding and securing the peace and prosperity not only in the Island of Boracay but in the entire maritime resource of the country,” said Sambalilo.

This move is a manifestation to the Navy’s anniversary theme: “Team Navy: A vital partner for lasting peace, progress and development of a maritime nation,” he added. (PNA)
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #8 on: October 30, 2009, 11:27:24 PM »
From: http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/marinersOct.htm#162

NOTICE TO MARINERS
NUMBER 162-2009
28 October 2009

Notice is hereby given to all mariners and other parties concerned that:

1. The Philippine Navy Vessel PG112 will conduct Naval Gun Test Firing on 02 November 2009 from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. in the following locations or coordinates:

. . .

2. In this connection, all ships/watercrafts transiting the above mentioned area are advised to take necessary precautionary measures.

3. The cooperation of all concerned in effecting widest dissemination of this information is requested.
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #9 on: May 01, 2010, 01:12:38 AM »
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #10 on: May 06, 2010, 02:36:23 AM »
Navy gunship catches fire in Basilan
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Posted at 05/06/2010 2:39 PM | Updated as of 05/06/2010 2:40 PM

ZAMBOANGA, Philippines - A Navy ship caught fire while docked at the Naval Forces Western Mindanao headquarters in Basilan province, a military official reported Thursday.

Rear Admiral Alexander Pama, Western Mindanao naval regional chief, said Patrol Gunboat 112 caught fire Wednesday afternoon while docked at the naval headquarters at Majini Pier.

Pama said the fire was caused by an electrical short circuit, based on initial investigations. He said the blaze gutted "important" equipment in the patrol boat.

The regional naval chief said the gutted patrol gunboat was supposed to be used in the delivery of election paraphernalia, including Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines.

"What happened to Patrol Gunboat 112 means 1 less ship [for the delivery of election paraphernalia and equipment]," he said.

The military has pledged to help the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in the delivery of new programmed compact flashcards for the PCOS machines, especially in far-flung areas.

Col. Ricardo Nepomuceno, spokesman of the AFP’s Task Force HOPE (Honest Orderly and Peaceful Elections), said the Comelec can tap the military’s assets to deliver the compact flashcards.

"We could do that if requested by the Comelec so we can meet the schedule. We are willing to help," Nepomuceno told reporters at Camp Aguinaldo.

The Comelec has admitted that because of the limited time left for the configuration of new flashcards, they may not be able provide cards for all 76,000 PCOS machines.

The Comelec started delivering new flashcards in Metro Manila.

Old flashcards were replaced by the Smartmatic-TIM after PCOS machines failed to read votes for local candidates during Monday's field testing in several parts of Luzon. -- Report from Leila Vicente, ABS-CBN Zamboanga

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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #11 on: May 06, 2010, 03:38:52 AM »
What a tragic thing to happen...Is there a way to salvage that PKM sir A?
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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
« Reply #13 on: May 06, 2010, 11:29:09 AM »
Alin po ba talaga ang nasunog na Patrol Gun Boat natin? Is it PG-112 or PG-116? Kung hindi ako nagkakamali bago pa ang mga gunboats na ito na na-acquire natin sa South Korea. Sayang kokonti na lang ang mga barko ng Philippine Navy masisira at mababawasan pa dahil lang sa faulty electrical wiring.

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Re: BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
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