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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #105 on: May 21, 2009, 02:10:56 PM »
Instead of a ring mount, maybe they could put these in: 



Gun tubs aft of the pilot house.  Twice the firepower with the benefit of better protection for the gunner instead of an exposed ring mount.
Which by the way will make it look even more like the MK1 Swiftboats.


Me no like, kasi it might make it all a bit top-heavy, and it'll have to be
pretty elevated to clear the height of the wheelhouse.
Better to use an RCWS'ed pair of .50's, ringmounted  atop an open-web steel tower.
The weight its control console pa below would help negate any upward shift of center of gravity.

Whatever my comments, I do not have all the facts.
Neither does the military.

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #106 on: May 21, 2009, 02:24:07 PM »

Me no like, kasi it might make it all a bit top-heavy, and it'll have to be
pretty elevated to clear the height of the wheelhouse.
Better to use an RCWS'ed pair of .50's, ringmounted  atop an open-web steel tower.
The weight its control console pa below would help negate any upward shift of center of gravity.


That's true..could be top heavy.  We'll have to wait and see.  Any idea where it was built?  Would als be nice to know how close to the bid specifications it comes to.
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #107 on: May 22, 2009, 12:03:56 AM »
More details: http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2009/may/22/yehey/top_stories/20090522top8.html

New vessels

Golez said Philippine Navy recently bought three brand-new units of Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC), each costing P70 million.

The crafts were delivered in the second week of May and have completed free delivery tests. The three new vessels will be formally presented to the Philippine Navy today during the celebration of its 111th anniversary.

The vessel is around 15 meters and equipped water jet system that could reach a maximum speed of 40 knots and could reach around 300 nautical miles while traveling on a transit speed of 30 knots.

The new vessel is made of welded aluminum hull and could carry 16 fully equipped soldiers and four crewmembers or around two tons payload.

Apart from its speed, the attack craft is also armed with one caliber 50 machine gun with a maximum load of 2,000 rounds and two units M60 or 7.62 MM Lightweight Machine Guns with 4,000 rounds.

Because of the its size and speed, the vessel can provide the Philippine Navy a platform for fast interdiction of hostile targets and rapid deployment and insertion of troops for special operations.

It would also make the troops capable to operate even in shallow waters using the vessel to launch surprise amphibious assault and even landing of troops on sandy or rocky beaches without problem.

Navy spokesman Edgard Arevalo said two of the vessels would be deployed in Mindanao, probably in Sulu, while the other one would be in Palawan, around Malampaya.

But Arevalo said that the purchase of the three new crafts was only the beginning and that Golez plans to procure a multi-role vessel capable of carrying huge number of troops, small boats, tanks and even a helicopter and could serve as a mother ship.
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #108 on: May 22, 2009, 11:30:11 AM »

ARMAMENTS -

One (1) unit Cal 50 MG/40 MM AGL
Two (2) units M60/7.62 mm LMG

One of the gun foundation shall be fitted at the deck aft of the wheelhouse with ring mount having a pintle that can accommodate Cal 50 MG with soft recoil arrangement or a 40 MM automatic grenade launcher (AGL). The pintle shall be provided with suitable adaptor that can be fitted with 7.62 MM LMG.

Pedestal mounting for twin 7.62 MM LMG shall be fitted on deck starboard side forward of the wheelhouse. The mount shall be arranged allowing the guns to be fired at least within 90-degree radius.

The arrangement looks to be sufficient in its basic form. The TTPs for the assault portion can pretty much be derived from the mounting configuration described above.

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #109 on: May 22, 2009, 04:31:55 PM »
Would be nice if they could mount a combo of 0.50 cal HMG and 40mm GL like the Singaporeans with their M-113s and Fast Attack Vehicle.

Hopefully we see more units purchased...
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #110 on: May 22, 2009, 05:04:28 PM »
Teodoro tells Philippine Navy on its 111th anniversary: "Exceed your achievements"

May 22, 2009 12:30 pm

http://balita.ph/2009/05/22/teodoro-tells-philippine-navy-on-its-111th-anniversary-exceed-your-achievements/

MANILA, May 22 –- Defense Secretary Gilberto Teodoro Jr. congratulated on Thursday the Philippine Navy on its 111th founding anniversary as he challenged its leadership to continue with its achievements towards peace and development.

”I congratulate you… and at the same time challenge you once again not merely to rise up, because you have risen up to the occasion, but to exceed your achievements,” said Teodoro, who was the guest of honor and speaker during the ceremonies held at the Navy Headquarters along Roxas Blvd.

”From her Excellency, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, our commander-in-chief, we bring to you our sincerest greetings, our thanks from a grateful Filipino people, for all that you have done for the country in this 111th anniversary,” Teodoro said.

Navy Flag-Officer-in-Command Vice Admiral Ferdinand Golez, for his part, vowed to continue the unwavering services of the Navy to the Filipino nation.

”We take this day as an opportunity to remember the long line of dedicated sailors, the gallant Marines and the committed civilian employees –- all of us shall continue to pledge our services to keep the flames burning as we transform to our future Navy, your Navy,” said Golez.

Also present during the occasion were Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief Gen. Victor Ibrado, Army chief Lt. Gen. Delfin Bangit, Air Force chief Lt. Gen. Oscar Rabena, other top-ranking AFP officers, Paranaque City Rep. Roilo Golez, a brother of the Navy chief; and Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim.

With the theme, “Team Navy: A Vital Partner for Lasting Peace, Progress and Development of a Maritime Nation," the Navy anniversary celebration was highlighted by the blessing of five vessels –- the newly-repaired BRP Apolinario Mabini, three newly-acquired multipurpose attack crafts (MPACs), and a Landing Craft Utility AT-295 –- and capability showcase.

The three newly-acquired MPACs were also launched into active service and demonstration of the vessels' unique features was held.

The MPACs are light, water-jet propelled craft performing low-profile stealth amphibious assault and raids, and maneuvering or landing of troops on sandy and rocky beaches without worry of getting damaged hull. It is also capable of executing a 360-degree turn in an almost stationary position, reaching top speed in only a few seconds and achieving an immediate stop from high speed.

”These MPACs will be deployed in the southern Philippines and the Malampaya Natural Gas Power Project area in Palawan to increase security against hostilities and ensure safety of priority government projects with high economic value,” said Navy spokesman Marine Lt. Col. Edgard Arevalo. (PNA) scs/MM


Anybody got a video of the demonstration?
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #111 on: May 22, 2009, 05:27:43 PM »


http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=157689

Members of Naval Special Operation Group (NAVSOG) aboad a newly acquired Multi-pupose Attack Crafts (MPACs) during the Philippine Navy's 111th Anniversary in Manila, Philippines on 22 May 2009. The Philippine Navy (PN) is the naval arm of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). By the 1960s, the Philippine Navy was one of the best-equipped navies in Southeast Asia. Many of the countries in the region that had gained independence between World War II and the 1960s, such as Indonesia, sought assistance from the Philippine Navy in organizing their own navies. In 1967, the maritime law enforcement functions of the Navy were transferred to the Philippine Coast Guard. For most of the succeeding decades, the government had to shift its attention towards the Communist insurgency. This focus forced the government to strengthen the Philippine Army and the Philippine Air Force. Naval operations were confined to troop transport, naval gunfire support, and blockade




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Mounting for the .50? I see two sets of SF guys, Navsog on the first photo and another set on the second.
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"Taking into account the disadvantages they have to fight against in terms of arms, equipment and military discipline, without artillery, short of ammunition, powder inferior, shells reloaded until they are defective, they are the bravest men I have ever seen...

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #112 on: May 22, 2009, 05:45:35 PM »
Looks like we've found the guy responsible for designing the MPACs?

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #113 on: May 22, 2009, 05:52:17 PM »
Looks like we've found the guy responsible for designing the MPACs?

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i dont think sooo....twas from elsewhere afaik... :shock:

HOLD IT! MY BAD!  they guy may have been involved in the design - with some company that produced this craft...

my mistake on the initial comment... :jeez:
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #114 on: May 22, 2009, 05:53:49 PM »


I think that,s a 50cal mounted aft

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
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Looks like we've found the guy responsible for designing the MPACs?

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Keppel Batangas Shipyard Inc.
Barrio San Miguel, Bauan, Batangas

In-charge for block erection of two Pontoons (P/S) made of high tensile materials for ENSCO 8500 an Ultra Deep Semi-Submersible Oil Rig. It has a particular of 310 ft (94.5 meters) in length, 56 feet (17 meters) in breadth and 24 feet (7.3 meters) in depth and a column height of 56 feet (17 meters). The ENSCO 8500 operates at depths of 8,500 feet and a drilling depth of 35,000 feet. Its Dynamic Positioning System can maintain its course target accurately. The two Pontoons (P/S) are ABS MODU Class approved.

Supervising the steel work in block erection area. To ensure safe working environment. Ensuring high quality craftsmanship. Coordinating with various trades such as welding, electrical, piping, scaffolding and painting section and of QA department to ensure safety and smooth the flow of work.

Supervising the construction of two units 45 Tons Bollard Pull Tug Boat with fire fighting capability. Each tug boat has two 1,800 hp marine engines (NIIGATA) coupled in two Azimuth type (NIIGATA) propulsion system with the latest engine management and navigation systems. The two tug boats are Lloyds Register with Maltese Cross approved.


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HY Marine Works & Construction, Inc.
3010 F. Manalo St., Punta, Sta. Ana, Manila


Designed 27 feet (8.2 meters) Patrol Boats for Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) for distribution to local governments that are located near fishing grounds; it is used in patrolling for the prevention of illegal and dynamite fishing. The Patrol Boats are made of Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) hull with sandwich marine plywood for Bulkheads (BHD). It has 2 Crew and 6 person capacity. A single 150 HP marine diesel engine propels the boat to a maximum speed of 25 Knots (46.3 km/hr). Meets the standard of Class NK.
Designed Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC Project) for Philippine Navy. An all weather fast assault craft using all Aluminum and Kevlar materials and the latest navigation system, low profile stealth like design. It can disembark 16 fully equipped military personnel at bow ramp, heavily reinforced for forceful landing on any unprepared beaches. Fitted with Level 4 Armor Protections (protection against 7.62 mm fire) covering the wheel house, the transport room and the engine room. It carries twin 30 Caliber (Cal.) machine guns at forward and one 50 Cal. machine gun at afterward. Powered by two 1050 HP each marine diesel engine driving two Waterjets at calculated cruising speed of 30 Knots (55.56 km/hr) and a top speed of 40 Knots (74.08 km/hr). Meets the standard of ABS Rules and Classification for High Speed Naval Craft. [/b]
Designed a Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 150 feet (45.7 meter) in length for the modernization of Philippine Navy.

Researching and designing a 49 feet (15 meter) Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) using Kevlar / Eglass Hybrid Fabric materials for hull construction with foam core structure and powered by one Water jet for Philippine Navy.


Sept 2002 to Feb 2003 Freelance AutoCAD Encoder
1982 J. Patino St. Sta. Ana, Manila

Encode manually drafted drawings of shipping companies to be submitted for approval of Philippine Register of Shipping (PRS) or other related purposes.


June 2000 to July 2002 FIELD ENGINEER
Western Shipyard Services, Inc.
21 E. Naval St. San Jose, Navotas, Metro Manila


To maintain for the company a service organization whose productivity is commercially viable, support technically the sales effort of the company and maintain rapport with and make customer satisfied through professionalized service and repair of their vessel.

Designing 67 feet and 48 feet ABS Class Tug Boats with detailed Scantling Calculation, Powering Calculation, General Arrangement, Lines Drawing with Table of Offset, Hydrostatic Curve, Construction Plan, Shell Expansion, Engine Room Arrangement with Engine Bed Layout, Welding Schedule, Rudder Stock and Tail Shaft Assembly Detail; also designed two 1200 Deadweight Tons (DWT) and two 2000 DWT non-propelled Hatch Loading Barge and one 1200 DWT non-propelled Deck Loading Barge conducted supervision in the construction of the vessel.

Supervising dry-docked and afloat repair; Overseeing things done with the crew of trained welders and fitters to meet good quality of work and committed schedules; Making cost estimates, bill of materials and billing statement of repairs; And also responsible for plotting vessels plan to AutoCAD.


Sept 1999 to April 2000 DRAFTSMAN
CARGOLIFT BASECO Shipyard Corp.
Engineer Island Compound, 2nd St., Port Area, Manila


Drawing and drafting of vessels plan.

Education
April 2000 - May 2000 AutoCAD 2000
MICROCADD TECHNOLOGIES
Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

1994 - 2002 BS NAVAL ARCHITECTURE and (3rd Placer 2003 Board Examination) MARINE ENGINEERING

NAMEI Polytechnic Institute
Mandaluyong City, Philippines

1993 - 1994 SECONDARY EDUCATION
ST. LOUIS ANN ACADEMY
San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines

1989 - 1993 SECONDARY EDUCATION
ARELLANO UNIVERSITY
Sta. Ana, Manila, Philippines

1983 - 1989 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
F. Amorsolo Elementary School
Sta. Ana, Manila, Philippines

Certification
Nov. 21, 2005 to Feb. 12, 2006
Keppel FELS Limited
50, Gul Road, Singapore

Training for supervising of construction of Offshore Units. (Panel line area, panel assembly area, block erection area and quality control procedures for high tensile and special materials)



Dec. 4 to 8, 2000
NMSSTF Office
21 E. Naval St. San Jose Navotas, Metro Manila

Arc Welding Inspection and Quality Control



Nov. 9 to 11, 2000
NMSSTF Office
21 E. Naval St. San Jose Navotas, Metro Manila

In-House Training on Shipyard Safety and Emergency First Aid


Oct. 23 to 27, 2000
NMSSTF Office
21 E. Naval St. San Jose Navotas, Metro Manila

In-House Training on Shipyard Pollution Control


Oct. 16 to 20, 2000
NMSSTF Office
21 E. Naval St. San Jose Navotas, Metro Manila

In-House Training on Navigational Rules at Sea



Sept. 5 to 8, 2000
NMSSTF Office
21 E. Naval St. San Jose Navotas, Metro Manila

Dynamics of Supervision


Dec. 11, 1999
BELZONA & Wise and Company, Inc.
Cargolift-BASECO Shipyard Corporation,
Port Area, Manila

Molecular Engineering Technology
Cold Maintenance & Repair System

Skills
Designing through Auto CAD Software 2D and 3D, Rendering.

Knowledge in using American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Rules and Classification for Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU); American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Rules and Classification for Steel Vessel and for High Speed Naval Craft (Aluminum and FRP); Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class NK), Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Rules and Regulation.

Knowledge in design in Hull Geometry or Hull Design, Hull Construction and Construction Plan.

Scantling Calculation, Powering Calculation, Hydrostatic Curves and Stability Calculation
Knowledge in designing Engine Room Machineries Layout to maximize space in proper location for easy access for preventive maintenance of equipment such as Main Engine, Auxiliary Engine, Bilge Pumps, etc...

Ability to calculate Propeller Blade Dimensional Design and Rudder Blade.

Ability to design Piping Layout.

Ability to conceptualize project design.

Layout simple and cost effective but functional design.

Ability to make Bill of Materials and or Material Costing.

Estimate of repair cost and materials to be use for repairs and Final Billing Statement.

Addition Info
PERSONAL BACKGROUND
Date of Birth : August 13, 1977
Place of Birth : Manila
Civil Status : Married
Citizenship : Filipino
Height : 5 feet 7 inchesť (170.18 cm)
Weight : 140 lbs. (63.6 kgs)
Interest : Plastic Model Kit, Scuba Diving, Mountain Hiking
Name of Wife : Marieta Lyn Aquino Servanez
Occupation : Housewife
Name of Child : Nikolai Lev A. Servanez
Name of Father : Buenvinido P. Servañez, Sr. (Mechanical Engineer)
Occupation : Technical Consultant , Gendiesel Phil., Inc.
Name of Mother : Perla G. Servanez
Occupation : Housewife

Name of Siblings and their Educational Attainment

Brigido : Mechanical Engineer
Bertram : Aeronautical Engineer
Bernadette : Architect
Brenda : Dentist / Orthodontist
Buenvinido, Jr. : Graphics Designer
  

 
 
 
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   Wow....that's a good find regarding the development of the PN MPAC....some local newspaper are reporting that
the MPAC turnover is from PROMTECH CORP. for the PN.
    PROMTECH CORP???so this means a local design and manufactured naval craft and can be considered as part of SDRP?
  If it's not a CB90 that we are expecting I hope that this will be a good alternative but being a UNPROVEN DESIGN and craft we will know in the next 3-5 years if this craft is a good choice for the PN AND WILL PROVE IT'S WORTH 72.7 MILLION PESOS...
« Last Edit: May 22, 2009, 08:05:22 PM by rock »

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #116 on: May 22, 2009, 08:07:57 PM »
     Wow....that's a good find regarding the development of the PN MPAC....some local newspaper are reporting that
the MPAC turnover is from PROMTECH CORP. for the PN.
    PROMTECH CORP???so this means a local design and manufactured naval craft and can be considered as part of SDRP?
  If it's not a CB90 that we are expecting I hope that this will be a good alternative but being a UNPROVEN DESIGN and craft we will know in the next 3-5 years if this craft is a good choice for the PN AND WILL PROVE IT'S WORTH 72.7 MILLION PESOS...

Not necessarily.

The law actually forbids the AFP from BUYING (note, this is different from receiving aid) from a non-Filipino company. The law is shown below:

REPUBLIC ACT No. 5183

AN ACT REGULATING THE AWARD OF CONTRACTS FOR THE SUPPLY TO, OR PROCUREMENT BY, ANY GOVERNMENT-OWNED OR CONTROLLED CORPORATION, COMPANY, AGENCY OR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, GOODS AND COMMODITIES, AND PROVIDING PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF.

Section 1. No contract either through a public bidding or negotiated contract for the supply to, or procurement by, any government-owned or controlled corporation, company, agency or municipal corporation of materials, equipment, goods and commodities shall be awarded to any contractor or bidder who is not a citizen of the Philippines or which is not a corporation or association at least sixty percent of the capital of which is owned by Filipino citizens, except, as to a citizen, corporation or association of a country the laws or regulations of which grant similar rights or privileges to citizens of the Philippines. In the latter case the Flag Law shall continue to be applicable.

This means that there will always be a middleman involved in any acquisition. In the case of the MPAC, it is "Promptech" . . . or is this actually "Propmech"?
« Last Edit: May 22, 2009, 08:11:12 PM by Adroth »
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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #118 on: May 22, 2009, 08:28:41 PM »
  Very possible that it could be Propmech, thanks for the heads up about RA NO.5183 if their is a middleman
it means be more likely expensive he,he lol....well,if that's the law.
   I hope we can dig a little bit deeper in the next few days sometimes or mediamen are known to making errors especially regarding military matters like for example reporting m14 as armalite or 25mm oerlikon gun as a mortar he,he lol.

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Re: Retitled: Multi-Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) program
« Reply #119 on: May 22, 2009, 09:03:43 PM »
are they gonna paint it with a camo or something? or just that stocked grey paint..

congratz to the Navy for that 3 MPAC  :bravo:



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