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General Discussion => AFP Organization, Services, and Units => : adroth September 23, 2016, 10:29:04 AM

: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth September 23, 2016, 10:29:04 AM
The two largest warships in Philippine Navy history are currently under construction at the PT PAL shipyard in Indonesia. The first vessel, tentatively named "Strategic Sealift Vessel (SSV) No.1", is due for delivery in May 2016. Progress of construction for that vessel is chronicled in the following article: Strategic Sealift Vessel No. 1 taking shape (http://adroth.ph/strategic-sealift-vessel-no-1-taking-shape/"). This article, on the other hand, chronicles the progress of SSV No.2, whose construction lags behind SSV No.1 by six months.

Both vessels are based on the Indonesian Navy's Makassar class Landing Ship Dock (LPD), particularly the last two members of the class referred to as the "improved Makassar", which were both built at PT PAL, based on a design by Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering of South Korea. The resulting vessel should appear similar to the KRI Banda Aceh shown below.


The Strategic Sealift Vessel project is the Aquino administration's implementation of two older Arroyo administration projects:

Strategic Sealift Vessel - this was reportedly crafted by the Center for Naval Leadership and Excellence (CNLE) and originally envisioned to acquire a 2nd-hand civilian Roll-On Roll-Off (RORO) vessel from Japan. Delays in the execution of the project resulted in an aborted attempt as the Japanese vendor choose to sell the prospective vessel to another buyer.

Multi-Role Vessel (MRV) - this project sought to acquire a brand-new Makasaar class Landing Ship Dock directly from South Korea complete with an amphibious assault package and a sophisticated mobile hospital. The following image of a Philippine Navy poster displayed on Navy Day shows what this project sought to acquire as a single project.

(http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/mrv-300x225.jpg)
The original project that was broken up onto different components

The Aquino administration opted to break up the MRV project into multiple components, award the contract to South Korea's partner in Indonesia -- which had the license rights to the Makassar class LPD -- and then renamed the project to the current SSV title. The latter decision initially created confusion among long-time defense enthusiasts who had been aware of both projects, but were not privy to project decisions.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth September 23, 2016, 10:39:13 AM
(http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Kri-banda-aceh-300x200.jpg)
KRI Banda Aceh c/o Wikimedia

The data assembled below largely comes from open-sources and is thanks in no small part to Indonesian members of the Timawa.net forum who monitor Indonesian news reports and share them with the Timawa community. Supplemental data was gleaned from the international press.

Event / Date photo was sharedImagery
January 8, 2016. TR4 block of SSV-2 being moved into position.(http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/tr4block-300x295.jpg)
December 22, 2015. Blocks prepared for keel laying(http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/12377770_227958797536054_4626429217158248112_o-300x243.jpg)
October 25, 2015. Hull block completed. Shared on the Timawa FB extension (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=206785486320052&set=p.206785486320052&type=3&permPage=1")(http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/12189873_206785486320052_785769008714247769_n-300x225.jpg)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer September 27, 2016, 05:18:57 AM
External paint job done. Soon.

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer September 29, 2016, 07:24:36 AM
Launched, 29 Sep 2016.

http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/106961/indonesian-shipyard-company-launches-two-war-ships

...He said the building of the SSV-2 was completed faster than the expected deadline of May 2017, and will be handed over to the Philippine ministry in March 2017...
: LD-602: Countdown to delivery
: adroth September 29, 2016, 09:27:01 PM
Will eventually merge this with the main SSV-2 thread. But for now . . . enjoy

Shared on the FB extension

https://www.facebook.com/groups/rpdefense/permalink/1082131708539342/

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: Re: LD-602: Countdown to delivery
: Ayoshi September 30, 2016, 02:57:37 AM
YouTube videos posted by sir raider1011 from PDFF

Warship Recently Launched PT PAL Indonesia
PT PAL Indonesia launched two warships made in the country. Both ships are ships kind of 'strategic sealift vessel' or SSV orders Philippines ,. The second warship was booking the Ministry of Defence of Indonesia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFjdg-H9wNM

Launching Two Warship Sophisticated Artificial PT PAL
PT PAL Indonesia launched two warships that kind of "Strategic Sealift Vessel (SSV)" Davao Del Sur-602 second export to the Philippines and warships off Fregate types Destroyer Escort Missiles (PKR) named KRI I Gusti Ngurah Rai-332 orders Kemhan RI, on Thursday (29/9).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGBZyHBM3LM

: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: dr demented October 01, 2016, 01:30:30 AM
http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=&nid=1&rid=927531


Additional SSV to boost PN's HADR, command-and-control capabilities

MANILA, Sept. 30 (PNA) --- The Philippine Navy (PN)'s humanitarian assistance and disaster relief and command-and-control capabilities will be greatly boosted with the looming arrival of its second strategic sealift vessel (SSV), the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), which was launched and christened in Surabaya, Indonesia Thursday.

"(Having another SSV in commission) will greatly enhance our capabilities in command-and-control and the conduct of HADR as she (BRP Davao Del Sur) can move large amounts of cargoes and and perform sealift and transport missions," PN spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna, in a message to the PNA Friday, said.

BRP Davao Del Sur is a Makassar-class landing platform dock like her sister ship BRP Tarlac.

The delivery of BRP Davao Del Sur tentatively scheduled on the mid-part of 2017, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PHP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters, breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters and carry a payload of 2,800 tons.

She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles.

BRP Davao Del Sur can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters.

Her sister ship, the BRP Tarlac , was commissioned during short ceremonies at Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 1.

She arrived in the Philippines last May 14 after a five-day journey from PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya. (PNA)
FPV/PFN
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer October 01, 2016, 11:51:37 PM
The second unit of the Amphibious Landing Dock (LD) formerly known as Strategic Sealift Vessel (SSV) of the Philippine Navy (PN), contracted with the PT Pal Indonesia, was transferred to the water for the first time during its Launching and Christening Ceremony in Surabaya, Indonesia on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Prior to the launching, the vessel was christened as Davao Del Sur (LD602). The Philippine Ambassador for Republic of Indonesia, Maria Lumen Isleta, served as the lady sponsor who led the opening of the curtain to unveil the vessel’s name and the traditional smashing of a sacrificial bottle of champagne over its bow. Naming the vessel after Davao Del Sur is consistent with its predecessor, BRP Tarlac (LD601), which was also named after a province. It further gives recognition to the province as sanctuary of natural wonders and rarities like the country’s highest peak Mt. Apo, the most prized Philippine orchid Vanda Sanderiana, and the endangered Philippine Eagle.
Witnessing the event for the Philippines were National Defense Undersecretaries Ricardo David Jr. and Raymundo Elefante; AFP Vice Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gregorio Miranda; and Philippine Navy Vice Commander Rear Adm. Rafael Mariano.On the other hand, distinguished members of Indonesian delegation included the Ministry of Defense General Secretary, Vice Adm. Widodo; Deputy of Ministry of State Own Enterprises, Fajar Harry Sampurno; and PT Pal’s Director of Shipbuilding, Mr. Turitan Indaryo.
Also present in the ceremony were Commander of Philippine Fleet, Rear Adm. Bayani Gaerlan; Commander of Naval Sea Systems Command, Commo. Virme Torralba; incoming Commander of Sealift Amphibious Force, Capt. Adeluis Bordado; Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (AC of NS) for Logistics, Col. Antonio Mangoroban; and AC of NS for Naval Systems Engineering, Capt. Mac Raul Racacho.
The second LD is exactly the same type of vessel as the BRP Tarlac (LD601), a Makassar-class Landing Platform Dock of the Indonesian Navy. Its delivery to the Philippines, tentatively scheduled on the midpart of 2017, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PhP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.
Just like the BRP Tarlac, the forthcoming LD602 will serve as a floating Command and Control especially in the conduct of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response (HADR) and will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: gemini1 October 02, 2016, 05:40:19 PM
https://youtu.be/vCwVbPuXVYE
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer October 03, 2016, 08:19:55 PM
https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/imps-news/adas-2016-philippine-navy-charts-modern-course/

Claims that the contract includes options. We will see. Options have expiry dates as it is a risk to the supplier to hold prices fixed for long periods.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth October 26, 2016, 08:25:08 PM
From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1782918695289637&set=gm.699629966855383&type=3&theater

Sea trials

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Invictus November 25, 2016, 11:17:05 PM
Critical equipment being installed on BRP Davao Del Sur, says Navy spokesman

MANILA, Nov. 26 (PNA) -- Navigational, deck and engineering equipment are being installed on the Philippine Navy's second strategic sealift vessel (SSV), the BRP Davao Del Sur, which is being constructed at the PT PAL (Persero) shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia, Navy spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna said Saturday.

"I don't know the exact percentage of completion but for sure she will be (home in the Philippines) by May 2017," Lincuna said in an interview with the Philippine News Agency (PNA).

The BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), launched last Sept. 29, is the sister ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601), currently the largest Filipino warship in commission.

BRP Tarlac was commissioned during short ceremonies at Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 1.

She arrived in the Philippines last May 14 after a five-day journey from PT PAL's shipyard in Surabaya.

Like her sister ship BRP Tarlac, BRP Davao Del Sur is a Makassar-class landing platform dock.

Its delivery to the Philippines, tentatively scheduled middle of next year, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget of PHP4 billion sourced from the military's Modernization Act Trust Fund.

Just like the BRP Tarlac, the Navy's latest SSV will serve as a floating command-and-control ship, especially in the conduct of humanitarian assistance and disaster response. It will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters, breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters, and can carry a payload of 2,800 tons.

She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles.

BRP Davao Del Sur can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters. (PNA)
CVL/PFN

Source: http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=1&sid=&nid=1&rid=943471
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Invictus November 26, 2016, 08:19:43 PM
Navy's second SSV, BRP Davao Del Sur now 91% completed (http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=1&sid=&nid=1&rid=943631)

The Philippine Navy (PN)'s second strategic sealift vessel, the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), is now 91 percent complete and well in line to meet her May 2017 delivery date.

This was disclosed by PN spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna in an interview with the Philippine News Agency in an interview Sunday.

At the moment, PT PAL (Persero) shipbuilders in Surabaya, Indonesia are now installing navigational, deck and engineering equipment on the PN's second SSV.
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: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth February 08, 2017, 11:37:57 PM
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: SG99n1 February 10, 2017, 09:01:09 PM
Quick Question with the recent attack on a Saudi Frigate and based on this picture, what are the armanents needed to be fitted to this class considering looking at this angle the blind spot is very huge?
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: Juramentado February 10, 2017, 10:21:56 PM
Sponsons port and starboard on future models could have a pair of 25mm Mk38 if desired. But for now, pintle mounted .50s at the most.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: mamiyapis February 10, 2017, 10:54:52 PM
Sponsons port and starboard on future models could have a pair of 25mm Mk38 if desired. But for now, pintle mounted .50s at the most.

She'll also most likely have escorts in the least, considering she isn't armed at the moment. Would be good if we could get the 76mm procurement rolling at the very least.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth February 11, 2017, 08:37:55 AM
Sponsons port and starboard on future models could have a pair of 25mm Mk38 if desired. But for now, pintle mounted .50s at the most.

She'll also most likely have escorts in the least, considering she isn't armed at the moment. Would be good if we could get the 76mm procurement rolling at the very least.

Indeed. Timawans-in-service were always keen to point out that she'd never operate alone being a command asset.

(Then again, she also isn't supposed to be a in a position to be rammed by another ship . . . then that happened . . .)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: mamiyapis February 11, 2017, 09:35:59 AM
I can only imagine the final moments before the civilian ship "kissed" BRP Tarlac.

It only highlights the need for the 2 sisters to be armed appropriately. Their escorts might not be able to stop a dedicated swarm attack.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth February 14, 2017, 12:27:43 PM
More from Gombaljaya & Co. at the FB extension

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: Herbie February 14, 2017, 08:25:40 PM
The LD602 Davao del Sur stern was redesigned. Maybe due to operational lessons learned from LD601 Tarlac?

Credits to the image owners.

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: firstknight February 15, 2017, 09:11:14 PM
The LD602 Davao del Sur stern was redesigned. Maybe due to operational lessons learned from LD601 Tarlac?

Credits to the image owners.

(http://i68.tinypic.com/2hcib7m.jpg)

comparing it to BRP Tarlac (photo taken from http://asian-defence-news.blogspot.com/2016/01/philippine-navys-ld-601-tarlac.html)

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SPOT THE DIFFERENCE?
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: El_Filibusterismo1978 February 16, 2017, 05:35:36 PM
pareho lang naman... o need ko na magpa check up ng mata... maybe sir you can cite the difference for us... thanks!..
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: 40niner February 17, 2017, 12:17:35 AM
@AttyRCB -- the stern section of the BRP Davao del Sur has square 'port holes' 'punched'.  I'm not sure what is the reason for such modification, but speculatively for added manned watch or as a possible weapons' port.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: SG99n1 February 18, 2017, 08:26:07 PM
@AttyRCB -- the stern section of the BRP Davao del Sur has square 'port holes' 'punched'.  I'm not sure what is the reason for such modification, but speculatively for added manned watch or as a possible weapons' port.
;)
minimized the "blind spot" i was talking about in her first pic.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth February 19, 2017, 09:47:20 AM
Finishing touches

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Sea trials for one of the LCUs

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: dr demented February 25, 2017, 10:44:25 PM
http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=&nid=1&rid=967298


PN's second SSV nears completion

MANILA, Feb. 26 (PNA News Feature) -- The country's second strategic sealift vessel (SSV), tentatively known as the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), is almost completed and will start dock and sea trials by March.

This was confirmed by Philippine Navy (PN) spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna in a interview with the Philippine News Agency.

"LD-602 is more than 95 percent complete. By March (she) will have a series of dock and sea trials to test her systems, machineries and equipment," he added.

At the moment, PT PAL (Persero) shipbuilders in Surabaya, Indonesia are now installing navigational, deck and engineering equipment on the PN's second SSV.

The BRP Davao Del Sur was launched last Sept. 29. She is the sister ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601), currently the largest Filipino warship in commissioned.

BRP Tarlac was commissioned during short ceremonies at Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 1.

She arrived in the Philippines last May 14 after a five-day journey from PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya which started on May 9.

BRP Davao Del Sur is also a Makassar-class landing platform dock like her sister ship BRP Tarlac.

Its delivery to the Philippines, is tentatively scheduled this coming May, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PHP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.

Just like the BRP Tarlac, the PN's latest SSV will serve as a floating command-and-control ship especially in the conduct of humanitarian assistance and disaster response and will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters,breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters and can carry a payload of 2,800 tons.

She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles.

BRP Davao Del Sur can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters. (PNA)
BNB/PFN
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Invictus February 26, 2017, 03:06:05 AM
PN's second SSV nears completion (http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=1&sid=&nid=1&rid=967298)


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This was confirmed by Philippine Navy (PN) spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna in a interview with the Philippine News Agency.

"LD-602 is more than 95 percent complete. By March (she) will have a series of dock and sea trials to test her systems, machineries and equipment," he added.

At the moment, PT PAL (Persero) shipbuilders in Surabaya, Indonesia are now installing navigational, deck and engineering equipment on the PN's second SSV.

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Its delivery to the Philippines, is tentatively scheduled this coming May, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PHP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: mamiyapis February 26, 2017, 07:01:41 AM
So with the first 2 ships being named after the sitting President's home province. Does this mean the follow-up ships will follow the same practice?
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth February 26, 2017, 06:23:23 PM
So with the first 2 ships being named after the sitting President's home province. Does this mean the follow-up ships will follow the same practice?

This practice didn't actually start with the SSVs.

During Estrada's time, one of the Tenix ships was named the BRP San Juan.

When he was overthrown by Edsa 2, another Tenix ship was named BRP Edsa Dos

To BRP Tarlac and BRP Davao del Sur are merely a continuation of a practice that's been going on since the turn of the century.
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: 40niner February 26, 2017, 09:49:29 PM
Recent memory goes far back as the BRP Dagupan City (LC-551) in 1994, the second Bacolod Class.  Originally christen as 'Cagayan de Oro', but was renamed such.  FVR was from Pangasinan.

Also another related note is that of Gen Mariano Alvarez (PS-38) in 2004 when GMA was the sitting President.

This is not unique to PN, as USN and other navies, name their ships with related political connotations and and sometimes 'correctness'.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: mamiyapis February 27, 2017, 12:50:35 AM
It is actually a stroke of genius, as much as it feels like sucking up to the current boss. Ensures somewhat that the Navy remains in the good graces of the current President.

If the Navy could start a ship program with names of Congressmen/women, I have no doubt we would be on a ship-building drive to rival some of our neighbors right now. :)
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: spoon February 28, 2017, 01:20:01 AM
Possibly home provinces of past presidents if additional orders will be delivered during President Dutertes term (Thats if they will still do the naming convention to the PH President's home province ).
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth March 10, 2017, 08:42:37 PM
From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=418221555190726&set=gm.1245939262158585&type=3&theater

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth March 10, 2017, 08:57:42 PM
From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=418234821856066&set=pcb.1245961222156389&type=3&theater

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From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=418233261856222&set=pcb.1245961222156389&type=3&theater

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: aris_glock40 March 10, 2017, 09:09:13 PM
From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=418221555190726&set=gm.1245939262158585&type=3&theater

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I'm curious if her well deck can accommodate an LCAC for a possible interoperability exercise with our Allies. Though as per info from Agus their own version can accommodate up to four Combat Boat.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: AeroOne March 10, 2017, 11:29:39 PM
thats really massive its almost you can put another ship inside.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth March 11, 2017, 09:37:35 PM
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth March 14, 2017, 10:21:00 AM
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: Sinagtala March 18, 2017, 10:55:32 PM
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From: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=423112321368316&set=gm.1256614474424397&type=3&theater
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: dr demented March 20, 2017, 01:42:58 PM
http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=&nid=1&rid=973112

100 crew members of PN's 2nd SSV now undergoing training

MANILA, March 20 (PNA) -- Around 100 enlisted personnel and officers are now undergoing training on the various systems of the country's second strategic sealift vessel (SSV), the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), which is now nearing completion at the shipyard of contractor PT PAL (Persero) in Surabaya, Indonesia.

These naval military personnel are now being trained shipboard training to ensure that they are capable of sailing the ship home by second week of May, Philippine Navy spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna said in an interview with the PNA Monday.

"About 100 of the ship's crew are now undergoing their shipboard and depot level maintenance training," he added.

After these exercises, Lincuna said the Filipino crew will then subject BRP Davao Del Sur to a series of machinery and equipment to ensure she is capable of putting out to sea.

"After all those checks, she will be subjected to a series of dock trials, sea trials and endurance run (to determine her seaworthiness)," he added.

As of this posting, the BRP Davao Del Sur is 98 percent completed.

The BRP Davao Del Sur was launched last Sept. 29. She is the sister ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601), currently the largest Filipino warship in commissioned.

BRP Tarlac was commissioned during short ceremonies at Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 1.

She arrived in the Philippines last May 14 after a five-day journey from PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya which started on May 9.

BRP Davao Del Sur is also a Makassar-class landing platform dock like her sister ship BRP Tarlac.

Its delivery to the Philippines, is tentatively scheduled this coming May, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PHP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.

Just like the BRP Tarlac, the PN's latest SSV will serve as a floating command-and-control ship especially in the conduct of humanitarian assistance and disaster response and will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters,breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters and can carry a payload of 2,800 tons.

She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles.

BRP Davao Del Sur can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters. (PNA)
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth April 02, 2017, 12:58:27 PM
Export of SSV warship to Philippines to continue: PT PAL
1st April 2017 | 1.708 Views

http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/110254/export-of-ssv-warship-to-philippines-to-continue-pt-pal

Surabanya, East Java (ANTARA News) - The export of the "Strategic Sealift Vessel" (SSV) warship to the Philippines will continue, Public Relations Chief of PT PAL shipbuilding company Bayu Wicaksono remarked here on Saturday.

He said the second phase of delivery of the SSV warship to the Philippines will be made in mid-April of 2017, although PT PAL President Director Muhammad Firmansyah Arifin had earlier been named as a suspect in a corruption case by the Corruption Eradication Commission.

Wicaksono explained that the delivery will be done, as the company is committed to meeting the deadline set in accordance with the preliminary agreement.

According to Wicaksono, timely construction and delivery will become an added value offered by PT PAL Indonesia to the country, which has ordered the warships.

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth May 01, 2017, 09:13:42 PM
C/o Agus Utomo at the forum's FB extension: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rpdefense/permalink/1300572960028548/

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: LionFlyer May 02, 2017, 07:12:45 AM
http://foto.bisnis.com/view/20170502/649957/filipina-bawa-pulang-kapal-perang-buatan-pt-pal-indonesia

other photos of the ceremony.

video of the event

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6zKFdYufao
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth May 10, 2017, 11:01:05 AM
BRP Davao Del Sur, PH Navy's latest ship, arrives in Manila

(UPDATED) The BRP Davao Del Sur is the second Strategic Sealift Vessel of the Philippine Navy. It is a versatile ship that can serve as a one-stop operations center at sea.
Rappler.com
Published 10:14 AM, May 07, 2017
Updated 10:42 PM, May 08, 2017

http://www.rappler.com/nation/169111-preview-brp-davao-del-sur-philippine-navy

BIGGEST SHIP. File photo of former President Benigno Aquino III christening the landing dock vessel BRP Tarlac during the Philippine Navy 118th Anniversary Celebration on June 1, 2016. Malacańang Photo

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – The Philippine Navy's second brand new landing dock vessel, the BRP Davao Del Sur, arrived at the South Harbor on Monday, May 8.

"After almost 4 days of voyage, Davao Del Sur has anchored at [the South Harbor in Manila]," said Navy spokesperson Lued Lincuna.

"She will undergo customs, immigration, quarantine and security (CIQS) procedures,"

The welcome ceremony for BRP Davao Del Sur is scheduled on Wednesday, May 10. Separate commissioning rites is expected to immediately follow.

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: adroth May 10, 2017, 09:41:28 PM
Navy’s newest sealift vessel spotted in southern Philippines
May 7, 2017 Ace dela Cruz Nation 0

Photo from Modernize the Philippines, courtesy of reader

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur: Countdown to delivery
: LionFlyer May 11, 2017, 06:29:22 AM
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Kylyne May 17, 2017, 07:50:13 PM
BRP Davao del Sur Arives in Manila (http://"http://www.rappler.com/nation/169111-preview-brp-davao-del-sur-philippine-navy"), May 7. 2017.

"The BRP Davao Del Sur is the second Strategic Sealift Vessel of the Philippine Navy. It is a versatile ship that can serve as a one-stop operations center at sea."

"After almost 4 days of voyage, Davao Del Sur has anchored at [the South Harbor in Manila]," said Navy spokesperson Lued Lincuna.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer May 22, 2017, 07:00:52 AM
http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/989562

PN's second SSV, BRP Davao Del Sur, to be commissioned May 31

MANILA, May 21 — The Philippine Navy's second strategic sealift vessel, the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), will be formally commissioned on May 31 at Davao City's Sasa Wharf in line with the celebration of PN's 119th founding anniversary.

This was revealed by PN spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna in an interview with the PNA Saturday.

He added that President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to attend the ceremony as guest-of-honor and speaker along with other ranking defense and military officials.

The BRP Davao Del Sur arrived off South Harbor, Manila last May 8 after departing from the PT PAL (Persero) shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia last May 4.

She was named after the province of Davao Del Sur, the home of the country's highest peak Mount Apo and other rare species of flora and fauna.

"It gives due recognition to the province as sanctuary of natural wonders and rarities like the country’s highest peak Mt. Apo, the most prized Philippine orchid Vanda Sanderiana, and the endangered Philippine Eagle," Lincuna said,

Also, the namesake takes inspiration from a former PN vessel of the same name notable for its accomplishments during during the 1980s.

"Naming the vessel after Davao Del Sur is consistent with its predecessor, BRP Tarlac (LD-601), which was also named after a province," Lincuna added.

The ship was launched last Sept. 29. She is the sister ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601), currently the largest Filipino warship in commissioned.

BRP Tarlac was commissioned during short ceremonies at Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 1.

She arrived in the Philippines last May 14 after a five-day journey from PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya which started on May 9.

BRP Davao Del Sur is also a Makassar-class landing platform dock like her sister ship BRP Tarlac.

Its delivery completed the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget contract of PHP4 billion sourced from the AFP Modernization Act Trust Fund.

Just like the BRP Tarlac, the PN's latest SSV will serve as a floating command-and-control ship especially in the conduct of humanitarian assistance and disaster response and will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters,breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters and can carry a payload of 2,800 tons.

She has a cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles.

BRP Davao Del Sur can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters. (Priam F. Nepomuceno/PNA)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth May 25, 2017, 10:55:03 AM
https://youtu.be/VPp8_vMxDmY
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth May 25, 2017, 11:01:37 AM
At Sasa Wharf in Davao City

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1428634980513177&set=a.615498531826830.1073741835.100001000673877&type=3&theater

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth May 25, 2017, 11:25:52 AM
LD-602 and FF-15 at Sasa Wharf

https://www.facebook.com/jeric.miel/posts/1377469095652587

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: LionFlyer May 31, 2017, 07:07:16 AM
President Rodrigo Duterte today led the 119th founding anniversary of the Philippine Navy with the theme: ‘Protecting the Seas, Securing Our Future,’ at the Sasa Wharf in Davao City on May 31, 2017.

In his message, the President refused to read the part of his prepared speech mentioning the recent acquisitions of military assets which were accomplished by the Aquino administration. He said he does not want to take credit.

However, the President said he will strengthen the Armed Forces and will end his term with the military “a little bit stronger”.

Among the highlights of the occasion was the commissioning to Navy service of the second Tarlac-class landing platform dock Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas (BRP) Davao Del Sur (LD-602).

Tarlac-class vessels can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units, and three helicopters. They can also house and launch Amphibious Assault Vehicles (AAVs), truck-based mobile hospital, and different types of military trucks.

Also part of the highlights of the celebration was the capability demonstration of the newly acquired three Multi-Purpose Attack Crafts (MPACs) with missile armament provision.

These MPACs will be fitted with with Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd’s Spike ER (extended range) in anti-ship mode capable of penetrating 1,000 mm (39 inches) of rolled homogeneous armor and has a maximum range of five miles.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: adroth May 31, 2017, 08:57:30 AM
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight June 02, 2017, 08:51:33 PM
LCU of BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) as seen in Davao during the Navy's anniversary

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: dr demented June 13, 2017, 12:12:53 PM
http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/995048

BRP Davao Del Sur completes first mission in Benham Rise

June 13, 2017, 1:22 pm

MANILA, June 13 -- Barely a month after her commissioning, the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), the country's second strategic sealift vessel (SSV), has successfully conducted her first major mission by transporting the military and civilian divers who successfully planted at a shallow portion of the Benham Rise (now known as the Philippine Rise) Monday morning.

This was confirmed by Navy spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna in a message to the PNA Tuesday.

"Yes, (the Benham/Philippine Rise) mission was her first," he said.

BRP Davao Del Sur left the PT PAL (Persero) shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia in May 4 and arrived in the Philippines last May 8.

She was commissioned at Sasa Wharf, Davao City during the Navy's 119th founding anniversary with President Rodrigo Duterte as the guest-of-honor and speaker.

BRP Davao Del Sur is the sister-ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601) which commissioned in May of last year.

The ship and her crew departed Pier 13, Manila South Harbor last June 8 with around 100 divers headed by Army Scout Ranger Major Christoper Constantino.

The military officer and his team strapped a fiber-glass laminated Philippine flag 57 meters below the surface.

Prior to this, a ship of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) lowered on Sunday a cement base where the flag and its pole were supposed to be hoisted. (Priam F. Nepomuceno/PNA)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Mr. Pitz June 16, 2017, 12:33:07 AM
Hello sirs;

Isn't it the right time now to transfer this thread to "AFP Organization, Services, and Units" portion since it was commissioned recently?
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Ayoshi June 16, 2017, 01:17:05 PM
National colors ‘fly’ beneath the waves at Philippine Rise | Interaksyon (http://www.interaksyon.com/watch-national-colors-fly-beneath-the-waves-at-philippine-rise/)

Nine divers commissioned by the military’s North Luzon Command laid the laminated fiberglass flag on the bottom of the ocean 57 meters below the Philippine Navy’s newest warship, BRP Davao del Sur.

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Independence Day ceremony onboard the BRO Davao del Sur. (News5)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight June 22, 2017, 11:47:32 PM
LD-602 during her visit to Cagayan de Oro few days ago

from afar
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back view
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hangar/flight deck area
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with her twin LCU (LCU-602-1 & LCU-602-2)
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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight June 28, 2017, 10:46:01 PM
additional photo from her CDO visit

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: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight July 06, 2017, 06:30:34 PM
the bridge

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/xxzN4Oomo7nwX-EXDmlVHSAFn3QlZeap5c5YiHRfYtRk9bUOu50KF7j-K-TPimjpsoInenNYp7y7EXRh4H2LAu2ol4v-AMBlkdMDM1UJ41aIaDvqkVAcj77rAeA0SlZWW_yGaWX4Y2niKUu_C7JcI4wR7nTUBNvivKcNFxdson98IvXqoyxz94qt4Tt2Q_TgTL3bGyeeHRYFiq3JWtFIsr9ErFKPSyrOzH3TSM6dPgqp3Lrpa4eFIs28eeBwPCyd_8ZZ8Qqd0WPdlK9jsAfGwL193nZsAchV2u2pM7JV0Wp6vfkK0lSUiEdMWCp3CX4375fQcTOb_uv2XExjinCB3iAPmDbHsKmE7-X5hF2jJdLHLHN7Mv7O9qyuthrZcfaUzZ4DRCG1d-9fv9sQ8qDEKOtR1gERwcDHxepsP2W7m2AEHMtufIQBsARIXhQ4UUK50bTRRToPlwwBhsF9n15-joR_0XWL7QgJmVzFDeFgDdXscDvn38qetrZllqzYi4i_1ApJrhEe9ociLk22dGg5a6qz6DFqMZB5PMMXzhBLPJ9LPKrGb-TIzYiGtvnW-B85UWGHxy48DAIEFjO9YYc4QUPIOcNVggS0bK_tHwqhzz-aTzRGxoxcIWlJ=w818-h613-no)

the MG
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/q12P1sj1G1g0IZSEydrpjhD7U1mNfUVR6KCG8i2wDlWsoSvel01g5bm_k2wt-VcdGLw8RwazOAqnm9Ge0X9qoZLx1qNPefD6t0bV_3ObSi4x0VfmZ9ax4cimbuZ9szARS2MWBdCpSuz1dqFy1QbdKaz7wREBLkotiQ0thna5h6fJbQxB9MjZ9mARmTclPxjyH0Psl1CTkjpq6EWCcwCGw9dCHXUC1X2eM64oorpF-HGUAziY_nuUpJ7DFRmygW1F2IR9EDATvnDasuDBMdj2WqYo2UBxTdqbXl_hcIlWrrnCUCQLdKlVbYmTeHJYuZ5eX4fodeWr6bCIo4Z0eFKwzV-uUBYXL0kLvfyyVKna-xOdadlOVGct_DnTcWazzGoIN7YAfMQpnkm0yRVoHHZ3Xyb4-Alhx-VnXioU0A0tZSdX349bcOwnp6LAkUYZMUdZjQg5f4VLGKTHmYnUYoM9uU5DRxgz8VTciBvQlwSBTzp72-QDANJu1oc9J2iwWPBkHXaAvCYzo59A5h9X5xNKk8I567OX7FyGqBRY8qL9MZGU9FcLGb5KL68xeBUspIbdvtfrQkkwu224cdZWWfd2xJO4fC99Deotocf3jaP0ZAM2hRWqoGW8O7Z2=w818-h613-no)

the mast
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/mlwEn4ehnsQdIH7_qwwrd37A_1_DFgSpCjcpPpUxkEcZQtjGUBc40m5nvfBk0g1Foe64WQKtDRqmEM69Xwo33lUAGOLSF5KVHpaaOdf1wsQNTIO-S4FGMtoHcvimLeXIRdBNWy7ko1qOBX2QfvSkHn2vaRf836b_JtqacuQnp1EHWzlcIaSUAszk9fcIIUINERTT4fZmBs4F4ihCLKwduMG5dzzLUWN5XnZ3ibbFeyh7OsVJFnA_wwwpV1UYxIWVBJ--EzPYvZ1MiIZ3kEUcepbnMBqT6S8Y9-4Bi5XcbRJ43iickA-8OWACWcrR_ixiyE0TCymvwyK3hS_RKkl9MAhEaoMDqslYwobyB0tYrxSKfRKnnhAotpfwd54xLhe7QZUUoJDR3IlICq0rxJy0I45fTvxZjab5jy_SkFRx77Hyo8RGrWTkDHIQ5JMatqvkEGuot_eJO6PWhZNbVYIOkcNpuaYRet4Vsx9SucW35b6V4ZPMLGN4syvQLmuOCja-iuxa0WGXQYwU4V0MXRDj-vqRsa8xmEfPjKAOSMhiamb_JZrDFQnjOtU6kHP4HcwVidXxrwc3Utr54ho3ieZL-rTG1GlhhIBUzcJWxCT7XnMwlmEg6I-zy7du=w818-h613-no)

top view
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Q5Fb1TIqVr8ZVEWbeYcmzQXaRecS4b6FL8eSzc3r5XBm-j1VuEYoUhH3gq6vQuI6WfOHFna-jNezvkuWkN9EL5kBZScEa11mJIZJWc35iWJGwyZx1MSIFFA1IC7yksFKMvHCLmNvKfRyq-cxTwVW2RUjVbA1P-MrGlq8hqaT-ZPpqAausUvTtoW2v8p_a80SsNNjuuGVjsr6Sqp0G3C6D0RCagsG7eNp9r6uwqwDEZvlUI0YKjD4GFJf4FDHzvAMft-Ybw2Lc2n_1DwRYhtTLKCmLO8jY6oU_f9oBRFR3Z9_4vGcIQxPhAaIFCn5rd64GJioX2w4VpEb_cvhCPi-hDA7NxfqbEGCza-eTAikb3K0uUbISEcWVj0DeMPuKHs9JjhXAUyTa-S6bK-HNKHyrjGPr9O_iebl2qAnVaZ6LP7J57V-50ahqprvFCkcUGuK_UbhWnCAv9lIEIdAbo0pJs70XN8ol7lrnxM-NTO-ugUhynvkrBuOi1EOsukO29pqO6suly_WCZu_E7bqxh8nySl15Hz7TmKCCMF6RF5aN3Dbq8mfwvc-eFm7ahGoOsoRK0rd6UF48ENHlEAMxSFrEBSDcrD5s6RKXAAIaEfzHPitzViMnb7tLaBU=w818-h613-no)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight July 06, 2017, 06:35:33 PM
the RHIB

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/i3j1F98MY986YlUej_KePxXoRcaCGtUWl12E0_C61gImooGofUzKi4DY-n5sJfjfbhf-QGiHnn-ohLUbbwRhX-AIm_OtqgmuMzTk6vtvLeixUW3_z0uJGnwQQy9adaZ12AjXLuTaC4WvBCeLtQ2DCy9kP5RKlTQoWgrgt-P2AwxqcPofSUaCiKGuhd8PnHBK2Z71evCTh4euDEWotecQPm5RpkRxO7XURw_EHRFwSiWIooqOAjoyL3YN3vCwKOVIJdOCatgTYcTLf8Veev15LuY-17OBtdanbFoCc4mhCmPupSqQKdDqMLuQsE_THRN4gDC2JiigVd7OiMhg8Tr1bHKDmePfF0gmhI5XtTNNtls3OG5zyt27A9r-E-DlHO_ZG6eQBrW8WIEVD_j2K6pIBOjKfX3I7OgngPJZgwbj3h86pLjShnXsZ3l575mP2i33aGD_QrjgzCpy0pJulYPxemruVkTTzeuMN_5e18CplRf4z9ajxgH58azUEH_KmrDgqbIF_TCcVSK6y8b8LV1aN9MOxRfqSFwsCE7MasMWS1k-tXYo5DESYrBuc2C7ViPHBTPqpaiT3DB8GrHevVNnJbl1veZ8tuPMD7V4WMpCcqsXOzoZ7gGnP6CJ=w818-h613-no)

the life boat

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/j3i85oO7S2QpKSzF0zrWHpfcu4IWsF44VMibwWxhDAa6poIGePCvKySUnzgTYoH-YEDuQIKzEjwVXMLzI3dG55SrSkFCCZYwBjAvK0n1-CCyBE0FYvZy1fFWOBVtl9HeHTOQo69sVw-tOo_trVcA0-MsmjxsXcKwChtL2rtYOmw8Ix83MCoT4YdZCDj-VkMdcgU89KrDnvlmRwDLXeFmzI0oQ4Azf9VFnkNIDA8H-zHEEz585mqrj_JPvOxmG5gku1BIKqT_TTP4gvjtNxEFwxrbijNfDADkm2XHlOVjUz5c2wJbd7XZXgX0IHJSBlhPe-2XLyE0Skl9cXgg_TfMcyd-IpvP6tMzqE4QOYZiTtvx00GCif6gvGH8rS4qnltWJOVNJgWOkNZ0PPFWZNP8eu3DuTLGob9Qnp94qMytwMjxVapGeap_BUCLzYbVz3o6b2kO9ZypTlRG8Mbm_U-jt5hcK2siCemBqB7Y5lT07Fl2DxsABaC2TRn0RNXTk22xDXMhVW47X47tFp9TAadmjvUTAP5xuQgQ6s27Wk4aLMdMCBZulIZONCBR1cEN378zsB1tOM4WccysJfd5oYc55GwJC5lspHyxY9hT5S-bkuMc0QyeRkQ0Ir3r=w460-h613-no)

interesting insight.. because of this boat, the helicopter cannot approach from the side of LD-602
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight July 10, 2017, 01:46:36 AM
the flight deck

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/ScmCOhFQrODivWe5dJxeLTDjZsryysWzeb9stT0KPBUCtIQf4J-GgobK0TeW6OLwGWDtMzXbSqTLP5EEUDBq9UXgyrYsi8L2eHBctl8FjEgWfJleNm4Ju1R9Uym-X63HFBRZ8yBt9QzP8Z7DTOHV_Z3lICFKeC5_S6nwDDWpyWCSfUiP8TOHtIsHSxybnfEsQZIFXSCXx5vULaE2UWPk7nq7fdxEm1VRvq_ZEwDA3B6mNyfgF8t8f3B56rbQcuPoy_NjwJkmquet_JnArhj7cat7YeTAXONlNeYmINhtt5VXRSzKYYdFeOzwala7Kff7ccSOWdHAAVBgVie6jwSXno8S4XVC7B2_ejBP6M2DKamo32LoDt-IYEOCPTtGn7zpe5P-OwTVuqJTkJlj9cAekZdN_SpmOSFO-tG10lAev0MoKMbDtHy5NCyakfynCK0Nfd_mZ-89DS3-LASJI6CVdDr98re37oCQAv0iwTiMy74Vh2g2XtT2Xl1D2iq88gO3fp0xdbZoCnvxM6J2KRjOQ_nndW3kHojNwhCJ-2Kdp0UuFuJyHJ0TECOufAr7qQKPOcwVB3xMbtZtebls4JzXMNe_zXgUckeihz7A7nuoV6oAsq8QEy9D=w883-h662-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/YNKKpnbmSAckrNXHJZCEcBnXNfrVLiI0GdFQRE_m5-DwX9ItX99pPTy6YdlVaIMvGgyA-N3dU1r5_hmL2rDR6nwJ_xARpvq_g1H7kcDIopcf-RO2SUOxZfhiWCBO-6liKFgDndE8kd_qqj1w-kQuXtUshGvVfCB6brN_asPGNDOtuuQq7WNj2fWU65lEzaFAxgfuJXl4xCcRXzKmvmy-TXaLNU9L8cA6n-dBCumgWmRgcP_qAwJAR--VYzM9MeT1XIZIMEoHkdAF7nL9yRM7wiZyamIWVCN9-u2IYXfO3uSqnCK-RJp3DoIgKgDZsTjN5I1c4_TTsuJ98ilEFE3psvp-JxdfzPQ9_SHFVfiU_6moZGfInYpnELstaLVaOD9UpFKXVffyx8rPbXg7wVpxuZ55d4QQzYq3GSWNl69pFbxTEgvQRK1aAStRVbDksUeCS6DvfnL9M51VUmlv3Sh1Ky6fPmNbtlQuoASgV0jjf4jthRipRkBC1w7x7jlTx4Ws6iwDww8tN4pab2wQtSj57j_wfIbJ-kEUV_slNo4CUS3RgeuRHjthMZPhCyjwM8aja1ELnylCzx8rZ-o5c8enIeDLhJnLCJu1-YwzIfPdPJ3vo8iv5XMJH4iE=w497-h662-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pg4pCQAVUYebGhDACNIUtueyYGCJJjqbe7oK6yF7Dj5U1I4Ey4y_l-SKuPkqJWSMkKoC3CUcLfPgqnY7jCi-rCWlgrxuLC65mnPlXxnKTSqzFrIYAh3NBK54a2vYpbPcfd9ZLMH6afapDdQIDpdn8y_osleL2c2EYnDNrTuwRtD4CuZdwAyhyQofPLXpI7uZM_p8kZjK25qmutwl4jwoUxo2mBHxEa-lgr26LspvD7Etj9FT04xdatBzzlmGXgdDCTSTidV8mXifXadfa1_lMeKI5Bs5ocMZuXk1EhLqPzDMlz6AjQG6QJIaOOeElNtsalEhhcLWsGQVmKJG3SoqCxCh2G5HEbXV8KwE8kLISbX4I66gBhAdrERQhJC0COV-Wj5J01L_JpQZ6ZLFKpm3wgMdiI9Na_zMbOYJ-rAXAgsTATuPiTTY8AlhhawX6onsDMhrcfxoQDyli5QfdxIf45zk19vEmVjDWMBhknpSf1irn8ISg7nhHOKVWdYBYM1yM4BwmTs34oE7QDWYPpNk1vT-JyGcq_mtYLoGB8tE_cNIlv3VmUolCVQDvmZLtDGtIM4Fd1aaxSBqyNi-wReyBCHitcI12ZS0nv04HUZItfHXK-ryM1We=w497-h662-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/4VOPCSp8YBMpRzxUF0sOaUyCxphlcHIQz5xLiOswFyK60EPpvV5Xz_qT9BebRduph45x2J8G0FJv8lfxVTbgw9wHtKqgcK7JzTCpWl8mUbPYY_AkPuDX0HGl5V1Hpk_nGGPFCfMVEFe-wsrnO8MXL30gvnxraB_ltpcuR1bPdxt2Y6IQqIiwuMUsdZ5x04Nrb9N01_Jinrc3aJ6FEPx_l2O20luWS_YLmd7CFPu1vRcVrOSjFsoJpSFwyZ2nAg7D7GpeEXqLPscMvqmJ3DE-Mit6OW5ewVI7b_H2D_beRN6mPmgMy6hJElUPUOjzMEoq8qsPSU-V15QC6s7v6yicRuXxsGHTPYMJiqRhwejZfM_GA86bIYbIfLnDLliR8e5tQ7vb1-ZpS5DC_jpicVdfB9qsoZ3rZRfyHs8CBA877l3cmN0uOoHkF7RNIOnOltMQ5QuEm8YjwKVpU3uqdjDcjidJlqWbYi33gukwe2lTlN3Rs9Uy4p2_wfve78a_CTVMr2r7FcoFIbyu3fJwakAYFqKA8iiAZh0Iqg_I1RFBG2qKJOFyurp4_6D-5j5Xtb06WP_T_G8hdi2Kmpf4eVCDh-HY-Uy2cQUA-VjPYygBoCNL8OXQ-zqV=w497-h662-no)

: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: firstknight July 20, 2017, 07:43:52 PM
the galley

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Cnck2XudEmCwNInhAs3_TqPnxCzYOYExU0cJxLqC5SYk1r_He8cx0SIMrlbcxzoRvU6lRfSY5KnmubS98gfPLmY8gfHwtl4KRtq50G_PTNvTEjFQ5fXTxMXD6jmIcUaz701zlT_ASoDT96D42skv3jQFVb4WGDAI1IxpapogjFhA4yMygiKlWQJUYFtCERfMqoN2prgxg63HY4Mk_jfe6Oa1u98EpjZEX-MQgU0CP1_BBaIsrMO790_o7Mxq9AxjL_ptJXGWpFQgqqMd4x7mzBXtRZJulGpL3r5L2-TW7t_s4ozGKh7oOz7jBPbvJfhGZ4jZqDTZntPTYu6h_dDBFPdDCNcIHgvnWo1D7_O1zw49J9W0eFlIPR8zrscG8kbHA0cbFQPFDl5PFyuclHe6--AToY84vpBghIifqdXCabJGdv3qvSfZC3AWA-Bj8YjZrYYJa-TO9yYyDCnARC8l4PeOCl6G3m6hR9ZoPwvynUQT3ZOyVSZS9w_pztW55WoKNLCGOmUE0rsjETEAmVRFzqmFkbZPmesouB82Fx8i91X6qK-RsWODytjkxDa3otyrUg41JRBOvxr5zR3nhqm5D_hkmhzH8hsm19M6ZHwQS5-HyaIDEV_H4Dvg=w497-h662-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/90fxD7l4Z0hdnkGLVrMgRmrhNKmzdOI4DfgEgE9iQefFXyncks9Ppjk3-bjeHd2aSvW6DlGf3yZ--CzBYqI3b46Pcns7eXQs5H-GV5f_8deCQvdXUdZhjTeb0V7vgaIKkL_gj7eJq2xLQQJjRX1AzObaIlCK_gltBBtrPEzTBwc_ksKZwJMUQdkt8FOm2KRl-ETyO3j-NRh-UmSoNkdnqx5kBKsIqNkis_p48SC9cVOebrJLDZ1vWcQ73ZyCnDpM2xsDCgPNN1Jyuuhg54LFda8l-IBi0WeEzw8kFC9K3HdaQkuZ1KUuVtmIBl9mhHYKV_hTZvXmMlLFw93OiYGNGFUyUpkUHIhEZlFwEmtoEwox4NRkbrYViTqkLHo4M55xV9khALYRoP07MGmckqiNyj0R8qCAH9pJbbu8jtQz5qSWYhX0SsEAFWbdN8AL-6paAn0s9SzPgd_8iZ3oueZI3LXwgKJRuXgBZQdPRYGNO6fif8ag7531EF_mTV-nwce3MdT6b3cV7GKc1oKx0Ib2uYt_K7g-pjZjZ9ikhQQSpGeBqWOTfq5AakCb6JGhATI0dDNdbE_HAYr3GK4EdC1yBJsUk-R_c_qzLJfiW2Y7oWGptETBbScZ=w883-h662-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/gQEIQ6yAQ7ect5LKZwEJMV01FNqLzig6P31jQmmr5NCTWX_kr3GpGgh4eW4wW6dXQrzQYfj03yv9L2dJGDweznsF7zqN9bU9XvGY3YH3aBxoihjzwdOboox2hA5Ei5RAb0jFiLlIExK2c0Y25eNUjzE7kvmviv8dmbF7K8xGFvIwWCn2JlPKF5KA80DLETwtw1NFgKgNPlbOfdeGjVqoz-zHNKl_z4h0eNBrCUqKiEr1-L1iLRgoovtRpYIgb03NLD46v4i2f2FJpuVEcqq46-O_cVG9ITQLSTm7tPwuQaMkVdommrkdfDag68Xz22OMilWsjDvQpDK9epYwYeE2hM34pGGbM832KYI_tsne-YwReyHXPsr3rKzLZ7CSVbgcjwuiiZvYGm7C1dj8ie8L7cC1IcMHqH7WBDEPWsHEwlzun3Nn00duxEO-V6kaUBzoOADksNMSp0tKA2mP6_7ey1u8bbV7uFunQSKTh-oQYOAaZtUCrJPAlm-pJIcVyYxILI9PU-oVaQFafSwrLRUY-XB9alJ-OUT5f_ahNCvG544Wu5Ng5-u0oMWub4uKx05LrhE51MltOrsOibKN-3GyqECbHtVxHBd2Ve65UYXTVW3kNltPyGDK=w883-h662-no)
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Herbie July 21, 2017, 02:43:28 AM
hi firstknight, the flight deck and galley are not appearing. Thanks.
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Ayoshi August 03, 2017, 10:43:03 PM
June 01, 2017

Duterte welcomes BRP Davao del Sur | Rappler (http://www.rappler.com/nation/171622-brp-davao-del-sur-duterte-military-modernization)

(https://assets.rappler.com/2823588810C74FCF85073A720BCCB32D/img/32A8F2B2876442FCBBC779076C299CF5/Duterte-Phil-Navy-119th-anniversary-may-31-2017-001.jpeg)
Navy Anniversary. President Rodrigo Duterte troops the line at the Philippine Navy anniversary in Sasa Wharf, Davao City, on May 31, 2017.
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(https://assets.rappler.com/2823588810C74FCF85073A720BCCB32D/img/F43CB33630ED4017AC34E8617A2BF5A5/Duterte-Phil-Navy-119th-anniversary-may-31-2017-002.jpeg)
BRP Davao Del Sur. One of the biggest ships of the Philippine Navy, the BRP Davao del Sur is commissioned on May 31, 2017. Photo by Manman Dejeto/Rappler
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(https://assets.rappler.com/FBA07C66FEC84879A842F4E06CAD7D62/img/F03A96D70F6547FBBD1095604766EC78/Navy_Anniversary_in_Davao-June-01-2017-0012_F03A96D70F6547FBBD1095604766EC78.jpg)
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(https://assets.rappler.com/FBA07C66FEC84879A842F4E06CAD7D62/img/BDAC53212A4448BF8D8062ABB4A3462A/Navy_Anniversary_in_Davao-June-01-2017-0013_BDAC53212A4448BF8D8062ABB4A3462A.jpg)
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(https://assets.rappler.com/FBA07C66FEC84879A842F4E06CAD7D62/img/EDFB064845154E459F49997790AC6006/Navy_Anniversary_in_Davao-June-01-2017-005_EDFB064845154E459F49997790AC6006.jpg)
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(https://assets.rappler.com/FBA07C66FEC84879A842F4E06CAD7D62/img/C72F6BF4376C4D77A14012B470BC89A8/Navy_Anniversary_in_Davao-June-01-2017-008_C72F6BF4376C4D77A14012B470BC89A8.jpg)
Photos by Manman Dejeto/Rappler

: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Ayoshi August 03, 2017, 10:45:29 PM
Marawi Rehabilitation (http://defenseph.net/drp/index.php?topic=1953.msg6690#new)
PH Navy delivers fresh military hardware, relief goods for Marawi | Rappler (http://www.rappler.com/nation/177653-navy-delivers-military-hardware-relief-goods-marawi) - August 04, 2017

(https://assets.rappler.com/612F469A6EA84F6BAE882D2B94A4B421/img/841F759E0F4F4D9EA46EAD7563110463/relief-goods-lagsa-20170803_841F759E0F4F4D9EA46EAD7563110463.jpg)
Relief Goods. A volunteer carries relief goods for a waiting vehicle inside the deck of the BRP Davao del Sur. Photo by Bobby Lagsa/Rappler
: Re: BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) - former Strategic Sealift Vessel 2
: Mr. Pitz September 11, 2017, 05:22:05 PM
As seen from Zamboanga port.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/sbVKk0ljROwpMZUN2