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Re: BRP Pampanga (SAR 003)
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2009, 05:52:18 PM »
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SAR 003)
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2009, 12:17:51 PM »
PCG & Indian Coast Guard holds joint sea exercises
December 2, 2008 8:44 pm by pna

http://balita.ph/2008/12/02/pcg-indian-coast-guard-holds-joint-sea-exercises/

MANILA, Dec. 2 –To intensify their capabilities combat piracy in high seas, oil spill response, maritime law enforcement, among others , the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) will hold a two-day joint exercises starting Wednesday, December 3 at the Manila Bay and its adjoining waters.

Vice Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo, PCG commandant, said the joint exercise will also open the possibility of more cross training programs and other forms of cooperation such as information and technology sharing between the two countries.

The Indian Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Vessel ICGS VARAD and Fast Patrol Vessel ICGS BHIKHAIJI KAMA are on goodwill visit to the Philippines, according to Tamayo.

The PCG commandant said the Philippine Coast Guard Search and Rescue Vessels BRP San Juan (SAR 001) and BRP Pampanga (SARV 003) with PCG Helo 636 and the Indian Coast Guard vessels would conduct a two-day joint sea exercises starting December 3.

The head of Indian Coast Guard delegation Inspection General SP Sharma, commander of Coast Guard Region (A and N) joined by his staff paid courtesy call Tuesday to Tamayo.

The joint exercise will also be participated by Maritime Search and Rescue (SAR), Marine Pollution Response, Anti-Piracy and Maritime Law Enforcement, Special Operations Group Divers, Anti-Terrorism Team, Oil Response Team and Medical Team.

The Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary personnel was also asked to participate and observe the training exercise.

Next year, the PCG will send two ships- BRP Corregidor (AE-891) and MT Habagat (TB-271) to Balikpapan, Indonesia to conduct joint MARPOL Exercise with the Indonesian Coast Guard. (PNA):
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SAR 003)
« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2009, 10:34:02 PM »
From: http://www.clwp.navy.mil/CARAT_2008/Photo%20Gallery.html



080531-N-2296G-003 OFF THE ISLAND OF PALAWAN, Philippines (May 31) – Philippines coast guard and navy patrol craft steam area waters in formation with U.S. naval ships supporting maritime exercises with Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2008. Both countries partner on a variety of military exercises, along with shore-based civil relations and humanitarian assistance projects during the Philippines phase of CARAT. CARAT is an annual series of bilateral maritime training exercises between the United States and six Southeast Asia nations to build relationships and enhance the operational readiness of the participating forces. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Dave Gordon (Released)
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SAR 003)
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2009, 08:47:17 AM »
HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD
"Indonesia, Philippines and Japan to hold Marine Pollution Exercise"

3 0800H July 2009

The Philippine Coast Guard together with Marine Environment Experts from Japan Coast Guard and Directorate General of the Sea Communications of Indonesia are gearing up to conduct a Marine Oil Spill Prevention and Containment in Balikpapan, Indonesia on July 14 – 16, 2009.

Dubbed as (Marine Pollution Exercise) MARPOLEX Balikpapan 2009, the three countries will be sending contingent, which include vessels, air assets and marine environmental protection personnel to participate in the week long exercise in combating oil pollution. PCG organized a Task Group (TG 90.1) composed of two vessels, BRP Pampanga (SARV-003) under the Command of CDR Rolando Lizor N Punzalan Jr PCG and M/T Habagat (TB 271) under the Command of CAPT Romeo R Rivero PCG, as the PCG Contingent to the joint Republic of Indonesia - Republic of the Philippines – Japan MARPOLEX BALIKPAPAN 09. The PCG Contingent will be composed of some 100 Coast Guard officers and enlisted personnel.

PCG Commandant ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO PCG said that the exercise will test and evaluate the level of interoperability of the participating countries in case of a major transboundary oil spill, and will also update current procedures of the oil spill recovery and response capability of the participating countries. Admiral Tamayo further said that the event will also aim to provide a firm basis for the effective working relationship among the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Directorate General of the Sea Communications of Indonesia (DGSI), and the Japan Coast Guard (JCG).

The exercise is conducted every two years between the PCG and Indonesia with the PCG and DGSI alternately hosting the exercise. This activity dubbed as MARPOLEX BALIKPAPAN 2009 is the 14th bilateral exercise between the two countries. The last exercise code named MARPOLEX Guimaras 2007 was held in the waters of Guimaras, Iloilo, Philippines. The organization of the Oil Spill and Response Cooperation Convention paved for the Japan Maritime Safety Agency (JMSA) now the Japan Coast Guard (JCG) to join the MARPOLEX which was held in the Philippines in 1985. The integration of JCG has greatly enhanced the exercise and has transformed this into a multi-lateral regional cooperation.

The MARPOL Exercise which in accordance with the provisions of the Oil Pollution Prevention Response and Cooperation (OPPRC) of 1990 is a tiered Response Procedure to enhance cooperation and capability of the two countries to respond to oil spill incidents particularly along common navigable waters where tankers carrying heavy volume oil pass through.

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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2009, 08:11:35 AM »
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2009, 03:25:15 AM »
http://www.fresh.co.il/vBulletin/showthread.php?t=470220Quote:

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Members of the Philippine Coast Guard jump out of a helicopter during a disaster drill at the ASEAN Regional Forum in Manila, Philippines on Monday May. 4, 2009. The drill by the ARF, Asia's largest security forum, involved a mock scene to test the capability of Asia Pacific countries to respond to a deadly supertyphoon in the Philippines
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2009, 11:07:24 PM »
From: http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/marinersNov.htm#167

NOTICE TO MARINERS
NUMBER 167-2009
10 November 2009

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

1. There will be a MARLEN Demonstration/Exercise to be held on 11 1415H November 2009 at Manila Bay as one of the activities during the ReCAAP Capacity Building Workshop. The following PCG air and floating assets will be utilize during the said exercise; SARV-002, SARV-003, F/B Interceptor, CGETC RHIB, 2 R/Bs, and Helo 1636.

2. The exercise area will be outside of South Harbor breakwater bounded by the following coordinates:

. . .

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

3. The cooperation of all concern in effecting widest dissemination of this information is requested.
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #8 on: December 24, 2009, 02:18:59 AM »
3 dead, dozens missing in Cavite boat collision
abs-cbnNEWS.com | 12/24/2009 8:10 AM

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/12/24/09/2-vessels-collide-cavite-27-missing
       
MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE 2) - A ferry collided with a fishing boat in waters off Limbones Island in Cavite on Thursday, killing at least 3 people and leaving about two dozen missing, an official said.

Rescue boats picked up nearly 50 people from the ferry as it began to sink following the collision, Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) spokesman Lt. Commander Armand Balilo said.

"Our search teams have found 3 bodies, but we continue to search for two dozen still missing," he told reporters.

The body of a woman wearing a life jacket was retrieved by rescuers. Two other bodies were seen floating near where the passenger vessel, MV Catalyn B, sank, Balilo said.

The weather was clear at the time of the accident and officials said they would investigate what caused the collision.

Balilo earlier said that MV Catalyn B, a wooden hull motorized vessel with 14 crew members and 59 passengers, left Pier 2 of North Harbor, Manila Wednesday night.

The vessel, which was bound for Tilik, Lubang Island in Mindoro, collided with the fishing vessel FV Nathalia and sank some 2.8 nautical miles northwest of Limbones Island at 2:25 a.m. Thursday.

A total of 46 people have been rescued, including 33 passengers and 13 crew members.

The PCG sent three boats -- BRP Pampanga (SSARV 003), MT Tug Habagat (TB-271) and BRP Nueva Vizcaya (SARV 3502) -- to Cavite to conduct search and rescue operations. PCG Commandant Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo also issued a notice to mariners in the area so that they can help with the rescue operations.

A PCG statement later said an air and naval search was continuing, with other private ships diverting from their course to join the rescue.

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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #9 on: December 27, 2009, 08:52:32 PM »
This photo released by the Philippine Coast Guard shows a rescue ship scours for missing passengers from the sunken MV Baleno-9 near Verde Island off Batangas province, south of Manila, on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2009. Passenger ferry MV Baleno-9 sank late Saturday Dec. 26 in the northern Philippines in a second sea disaster in three days. Six bodies, including of three children, were recovered and at least 22 people were missing Sunday.
(AP Photo/Philippine Coast Guard)
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2009, 09:12:43 PM »
This photo released by the Philippine Coast Guard shows a rescue ship scours for missing passengers from the sunken MV Baleno-9 near Verde Island off Batangas province, south of Manila, on Sunday, Dec. 27, 2009. Passenger ferry MV Baleno-9 sank late Saturday Dec. 26 in the northern Philippines in a second sea disaster in three days. Six bodies, including of three children, were recovered and at least 22 people were missing Sunday.
(AP Photo/Philippine Coast Guard)

Nice pic! But she looks dirty  (|8|
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #11 on: December 28, 2009, 07:37:24 AM »
Nice pic! But she looks dirty  (|8|

BETTER dirty and doing her job looking for the hapless survivors of the two consecutive sea tragedies... :bravo: than being moored in some nice harbor, clean and white -- and just for show and fleet review...   :beer:
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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #12 on: January 02, 2010, 10:25:46 PM »
Nice ship, I like this type considering it has a helipad and a welldeck to launch zodiacs.

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Re: BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
« Reply #13 on: January 02, 2010, 11:12:38 PM »
Nice ship, I like this type considering it has a helipad and a welldeck to launch zodiacs.

 :bravo:

Want to see the inside of the well-deck?  Watch "Lastikman" with Vic Sotto.  One of the Tenix ships doubled as an Arab guy's hijacked yacht.

edit: Oh wait, here it is on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va3VbSeG4eU

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