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BRP Gregorio del Pilar being inspected for grounding damage
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 11, 2018, 1:49 pm

MANILA -- Extensive examination is still being conducted on the Philippine Navy (PN) flagship, BRP Gregorio del Pilar (FF-15), that ran aground off Hasa-Hasa (international name Half-Moon) Shoal in Palawan province last August 29.

"FF-15 is still undergoing extensive inspection prior (to) its dry-docking to determine the extent of repairs to be done," Navy spokesperson Commander Jonathan Zata said when asked about the status of the frigate Tuesday.

He added that the US will help the PN in repairing the damaged ship.

"The logistics support agreement provides us the means to source critical and highly specialized spare parts needed by our ships together with the technical expertise required," Zata said.

The BRP Gregorio del Pilar was towed clear of Hasa-Hasa Shoal midnight of Sept. 3 and arrived in Subic Bay for inspection and repair on September 7. Initial reports said the grounding caused the ship's right propeller to detach but no major damage on the hull was reported.

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Navy, looking into cause of flagship's grounding
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 8, 2018, 9:55 am

MANILA -- With Philippine Navy (PN) flagship BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) safely docked in Subic Bay, Zambales, the focus is now on determining the actual cause of its Aug. 29 grounding off Hasa-Hasa Shoal in Palawan province.

"The priority of the Navy is to determine the actual cause/s of the incident and ensure that appropriate actions are undertaken in order to avoid similar incidents to occur in the future. Likewise, the ship's expeditious restoration to operational status is the intended outcome of the dry-docking and repair of (the) FF-15," PN spokesperson Commander Jonathan Zata said Friday.

The Navy has created an investigation committee to look into the grounding of BRP Gregorio Del Pilar and determine the facts behind the incident.

Zata said Commodore Toribio Adaci Jr., Fleet-Marine Ready Force head, will chair the committee, which will consist of key officers of the Navy and will be backed by technical staff and experts to enable a more thorough and in-depth inquiry.

The results of the investigation will be submitted to PN flag-officer-in-command Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad as soon as it is completed, without prejudice to thoroughness and due diligence.

"Concurrently, FF-15 will be inspected to determine the extent of repairs to be conducted. FF-15 was last dry-docked in 2015 and is scheduled to undergo repair and maintenance in 2018. The incident has somewhat advanced its schedule of repair and maintenance. The extent and cost of repairs will be determined as soon as inspection has been completed," Zata added.

BRP Gregorio Del Pilar was towed clear of Hasa-Hasa Shoal at about 11:54 p.m. on Monday and arrived in Subic Bay at about 11:50 a.m. Friday.

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DND thanks Jordan for chopper donation
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 7, 2018, 3:25 pm

MANILA -- The Department of National Defense (DND) thanked the Jordanian government for the two Bell AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters it gave to the Philippines, noting these will be a big help in the military's ongoing campaign against internal security threats.

"The DND thanks the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for supporting the ongoing capability upgrade of the Armed Forces of the Philippines," Defense spokesperson Arsenio Andolong said in message to the Philippine News Agency (PNA) Friday.

"The Cobra helicopters, in particular, will help in the AFP's ongoing campaign against terrorism and violent extremism," Andolong said.

The Bell AH-1 Cobra is a two-blade, single-engine attack helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter.

It was developed using the engine, transmission and rotor system of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois.

A member of the prolific Huey family, the AH-1 is also referred to as the Huey Cobra or Snake.

Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher "Bong" Go said Thursday the Philippines will get two Cobra helicopters from Jordan.

The helicopters will be delivered in July next year after the training of Filipino pilots.

Go made the confirmation as the DND and the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on defense cooperation.

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, Lt. Gen. Mahmoud Freihat, signed the MOU on Thursday during the three-day official visit of President Rodrigo Duterte to Jordan. (PNA)

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PH to get 2 Cobra helicopters from Jordan
By Jelly Musico  September 6, 2018, 10:33 pm

MANILA – Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher "Bong" Go on Thursday said the Philippines will get two Cobra helicopters from Jordan.

Go relayed this information to Palace reporters through text message, saying the second-hand helicopters will be delivered in July next year after the training of the Filipino pilots.

Go made the confirmation as the Philippines’s Department of National Defense (DND) and the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on defense cooperation.

DND Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, Lt. Gen. Mahmoud Freihat, signed the MOU on Thursday during the three-day official visit of President Rodrigo Duterte in Jordan.

The defense cooperation MOU was just one of the five agreements signed between the Philippines and Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

The four others include:

* MOU on political consultations signed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Jordan Mr. Ayman Safadi and the Philippines’ Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano;

* Agreement between the Jordan Maritime Commission and the Maritime Industry Authority of the Philippines concerning the Recognition of Certifies under the Terms of the 1978 STCW (Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers) Convention. Salah Ali Abu Afifeh, director general of the Jordan Maritime Commission and Ambassador of the Philippines to Jordan Akhmad Atlah Sakkam signed the deal;

* Cooperation Framework for Employment of Domestic Workers and MOU on Labor Cooperation signed by Minister of Labour Samir Murad and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III; and

* MOU between the Jordan Investment Commission and the Board of Investments-Philippines signed by Minister of State for Investment Affairs Mr. Muhannad Shehadeh and Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez. (PNA)

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Jordan to donate 2 Cobra helicopters to PH
Published September 6, 2018, 7:32 PM, By Argyll Cyrus Geducos

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The confirmation about the donation came after the Philippines and Jordan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Defense Cooperation between the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army and the Department of National Defense of the Philippines.

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the Jordanian government will also donate to the Philippines mortars, rifles, rocket-propelled grenades.

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Probe on BRP Gregorio Del Pilar grounding to take place in Subic
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 6, 2018, 10:10 am

MANILA -- A comprehensive investigation will be conducted on the grounding of Navy flagship BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) in Hasa-Hasa (international name Half-Moon) Shoal, Palawan once the ship arrives at the Subic repair facility.

"'Yung (The) ship is on (its) way to Subic, once it arrives in Subic, a comprehensive investigation will be undertaken," Philippine Navy (PN) flag-officer-in-command Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad told reporters Wednesday.

BRP Gregorio Del Pilar ran aground off Hasa-Hasa Shoal last August 29.

"I have directed the CO (commanding officer of the ship) to ensure na safe yung barko," he added.

Earlier, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato said BRP Gregorio Del Pilar will be in Subic within "two days and 15 hours".

The ship is now being towed to Subic by the tugboats earlier dispatched to the scene. Initial damage assessment indicated that the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is limited to the ship's starboard (right) propeller, which was earlier reported to have been detached due to the grounding, but repairable.

Detoyato added that the hull has no punctures while the rudder is largely intact. BRP Gregorio Del Pilar was towed cleared from Hasa-Hasa Shoal around 11:54 p.m. Monday.

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BRP Gregorio Del Pilar to be in Subic repair facility within 2-3 days
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 5, 2018, 2:15 pm

MANILA --- Philippine Navy (PN) flagship BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) is expected to be in Subic Bay, Zambales to repair damages caused by her Aug. 29 grounding in Hasa-Hasa (international Half-Moon) Shoal, Palawan within two to three days.

This was bared by Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato in an interview with the Philippine News Agency Tuesday.

Steaming time for Subic Bay is estimated to be "two days and 15 hours," he added.

The ship is now being towed to Subic by the tugboats earlier dispatched to the scene. Initial damage assessment indicated that the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is limited to the ship's starboard (right) propeller which was earlier reported detached due to the grounding but repairable.

Detoyato added that the hull has no punctures and while the rudder is largely intact. BRP Gregorio Del Pilar was towed cleared from Hasa-Hasa Shoal around 11:54 p.m. Monday.

Meanwhile, PN flag-officer-in-command Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad lauded the officers and crew of the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar for "their for their composure in ensuring that no further damage was incurred while the ship was aground and while being retrieved."

"The estimated dockyard time will still have to be determined as soon as BRP Gregorio Del Pilar reaches the repair facility in Subic. Although, both of its propellers were damaged no punctures or holes were noted throughout its underwater hull and freeboard," Navy spokesperson Commodore Jonathan Zata said.

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General Discussion / Re: Duterte to visit Israel on Sept. 2
« on: September 04, 2018, 01:44:10 PM »
Duterte hopes for 'stronger' PH-Israel ties
By Azer Parrocha  September 4, 2018, 1:19 pm

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MANILA -- Hopeful that ties between the Philippines and Israel flourish over the years, President Rodrigo R. Duterte told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Filipinos will continue to extend their help as they did when they received Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.

“We received the Israelis there and their families and I am sure that many of them have spread all throughout the country,” Duterte said in his speech during his meeting with Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday.

“Thank you and may we continue to be blessed with a strong relationship. I do not think that there will ever be a time when there is an irritation between our two countries,” he added.

Duterte said both the Philippines and Israel shares the passion for peace, for human beings, and the desire not to allow their countries to be destroyed by corrupt ideologies.

“In this sense, Israel can expect any help that the Philippines can extend to your country,” he said.

Netanyahu, meanwhile, said he was “deeply moved” by the Philippines’ show of humanity since former president Manuel Quezon allowed the entry of some 1,300 Jewish refugees to the country.

“We remember the exceptional role of the Philippines that received Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. We remember that the Philippines was the only Asian country that voted for the establishment of the State of Israel in the UN resolution in 1947,” Netanyahu said.

“I, like many, many Israeli families, have (been) deeply moved by this show of humanity,” he added.

Duterte and Netanyahu witnessed the signing of three agreements -- the Memorandum of Agreement on the Employment of Filipino Caregivers, Memorandum of Understanding on Scientific Cooperation, and Memorandum of Understanding between the Board of Investments and Invest in Israel.

Netanyahu described how Filipino caregivers have taken care of the Israeli elderly as a “remarkable phenomenon” as someone who has experienced it first-hand.

“I am one of those families, Mr. President. My late father died at the age of 102. In his later years, (he) received incredible care by a caregiver from the Philippines, a woman who has exceptional compassion and intelligence. She took care of my father’s every need. And when he passed away, she took care of his brother’s niece until he passed away,” the Israeli Prime Minister said.

“This is an exceptional agreement and I think heralds the kind of friendship that we are developing,” he added.

After their meeting, Duterte visited the the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center as part of his four-day official visit in Israel.

The President expressed hope that a “horrific and benighted period of human history” would not happen again.

“I hope that this will not happen again. But we are a world whose — now... We have learned so much along the years during the two wars,” he said.

“There is always a lesson to be learned and that despots and leaders who show insanity should be — well they should be disposed of at the first instance,” he added. (PNA)

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Politics and Government / Re: Sen. Trillanes' amnesty declared void
« on: September 04, 2018, 01:41:37 PM »
Trillanes can't invoke legislative immunity: DOJ chief
By Jelly Musico

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MANILA – Department of Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Tuesday said opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes cannot invoke legislative immunity after President Rodrigo Duterte moved to revoke the grant of amnesty given to him.

In an interview over CNN Philippines, Guevarra said "immunity from suit while Congress is in session pertains only to offenses where the imposable penalty does not exceed six years."

Guevarra earlier told Palace reporters that the amnesty revocation does not need concurrence of Congress because it was void ab initio.

The opposition solon, Guevarra added, also cannot appeal or file a motion for reconsideration to reverse the Chief Executive's order.

"No, because this is not a court matter. This is something that pertains to the President's power of executive clemency. As far as formal pleadings like motion for reconsideration are in court, that does not apply," he said. "Because this is not a judicial matter, this is an executive matter because it pertains to executive clemency."

He added that the revocation is final and executory for now.

Guevarra said the basis for revocation was due to Trillanes’ failure to apply for the amnesty in line with the Oakwood mutiny in 2003 and Manila Peninsula siege in 2007 that he and his fellow soldiers from Magdalo spearheaded against former President and now House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

“No. 2, you have to admit what you have done and to be sorry for it. In other words, you have make to confession and admit that you are wrong, something to that effect. Everything is in there in the proclamation,” the DOJ chief said in a separate interview.

Based on the Proclamation No. 572 signed by Duterte on August 31, Trillanes has no pending application for amnesty granted to all active and former personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and supporters who joined the July 27, 2003 Oakwood Mutiny, the February 2006 Marines stand-off and the November 29, 2007 Manila Peninsula incident.

When asked if arrest is forthcoming against Trillanes, Guevarra replied: “I guess since he has a pending criminal case at the Regional Trial Court”.

“I think there was an ongoing military tribunal or court martial proceedings at that time. then, I think all these will have to proceed and if taking him into custody is an automatic effect of that then so be it,” he added. (PNA)

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Navy frigate pulled clear from Hasa-Hasa Shoal
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 4, 2018, 8:08 am

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MANILA -- Philippine Navy (PN) flagship BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) was successfully towed from Hasa-Hasa (international name Half-Moon) Shoal late Monday evening, an official of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) said.

"FF-15 (was) successfully retrieved at around 2354h (11:54 p.m.) 03 September. Undergoing final inspection before towing to Subic," AFP Public Affairs Office Chief Col. Noel Detoyato told the Philippine News Agency (PNA).

The frigate, which ran aground off Hasa-Hasa Shoal on August 29, will be dry docked for repairs in Subic.

AFP Spokesperson Col. Edgard Arevalo said the retrieval operations for the frigate started 2 p.m. Monday. He also called the retrieval operations a "success".

"BRP Gregorio del Pilar (FF-15) that ran aground in the shoal was successfully pulled out shortly before midnight of the same day," Arevalo said in a text message.

"Inspection was ongoing as of this time in preparation for the towing of the vessel to Subic," he added.

Assessment by Coast Guard and Navy divers over the weekend indicated that there were no hull punctures. However, the starboard propeller was detached from the shaft due to the grounding.

This was later recovered and found to be repairable. Tugs M/T Vigilant and M/T Trabajador, both owned by the Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation, went to the area, along with the Coast Guard's BRP Sindangan and Navy's BRP Nestor Reinoso (PG-380) and landing ship BRP Benguet (LT-507).

The BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is one of three Hamilton-class cutters acquired from the United States Coard Guard and converted into frigates. (PNA)

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General Discussion / Re: Duterte to visit Israel on Sept. 2
« on: September 04, 2018, 08:07:45 AM »
From The Prime Minister of Israel social media page:

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met today at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.

Three bilateral agreements were signed in the presence of Prime Minister Netanyahu and Philippines President Duterte:

1) The Bilateral Agreement for the Temporary Employment of Filipino Home-Based Caregivers in Israel, which will completely cancel all fees paid to agents and will save thousands of shekels. The agreement will assist the elderly and those in need of caregiving in Israel and ill have positive repercussions on similar agreements with other countries in the future.

Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and Secretary of Labor and Employment Silvestre Hernando Bello signed for Israel and the Philippines, respectively.

2) A Memorandum of Understanding on Scientific Cooperation which will encourage and establish scientific cooperation programs between the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology and the Philippines Department of Science and Technology.

Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis and Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano signed for Israel and the Philippines, respectively.

3) A Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in Encouraging Bilateral Investments between Invest in Israel of the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry Foreign Investment and Industrial Cooperation Authority and Philippines Department of Trade and Industry Board of Investments.

Economy and Industry Minister Eli Cohen and Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez signed for Israel and the Philippines, respectively.

Photos: Amos Ben Gershom, GPO
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Video link here: https://www.facebook.com/IsraeliPM/videos/1894201490886951/?t=0


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General Discussion / Re: Duterte to visit Israel on Sept. 2
« on: September 04, 2018, 07:44:57 AM »
Duterte, Netanyahu hold bilateral talks
By Azer Parrocha  September 3, 2018, 9:12 pm

MANILA -- Philippine President Rodrigo R. Duterte and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in bilateral meeting on Monday as part of efforts have a broader cooperation between the two countries.

The meeting, held at Netanyahu’s office, was “restricted” and not open to media coverage.

Duterte and Netanyahu also witnessed the signing of three agreements--the Memorandum of Agreement on the Employment of Filipino Caregivers, Memorandum of Understanding on Scientific Cooperation, and Memorandum of Understanding between the Board of Investments and Invest in Israel.

After the meeting, Duterte is expected to attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Israel Holocaust memorial center, Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

On Tuesday, September 4, Duterte will be meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.

Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Undersecretary Ernesto Abella earlier acknowledged that Israel is a “very liberal and outspoken country” just like the Philippines and their people were free to voice their opinions.

Abella emphasized that Israelis “deeply appreciate” Duterte’s tough stance on illegal drugs and criminality.

“The Israelis deeply appreciate his stand and his position and his administration,” Abella said.

Duterte, the first Philippine president to visit the Israel, will be in the country from September 2 to 5.

From Israel, Duterte will fly to Jordan for another official visit from September 5 to 8 upon the invitation of His Majesty King Abdullah II. Duterte is also the first Philippine president who will visit the country. (PNA)



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Major dockyard repair awaits BRP Gregorio Del Pilar
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 3, 2018, 12:58 pm

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MANILA -- A major dockyard repair awaits Philippine Navy (PN) flagship BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) once she is pulled clear from Hasa-Hasa (international name Half-Moon) Shoal after grounding that resulted in the detachment of her starboard (right) propeller from the shaft.

This was disclosed by Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato in an interview with reporters Monday.

The detachment of the starboard propeller was discovered by Coast Guard divers aboard BRP Sindangan (MRRV-4407) and Naval Special Operations Group aboard the grounded frigate during initial assessment dives conducted over the weekend.

Detoyato said the detached propeller was recovered by the divers and is repairable.

Also, the assessment dives indicated that the hull of BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is intact.

"The hull is intact, there is no leaking," Detoyato added.

Possible methods on how to extract the ship from Hasa-Hasa Shoal will be determined once the two tugs contracted from the Batangas-based Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation arrived in the area.

M/T Vigilant and M/T Trabajador are expected in the area Monday. They were initially expected Sunday but were slowed down by the need to refuel.

Batangas to Hasa-Hasa Shoal is over 800 kilometers, Detoyato added.

Aside from the Coast Guard's BRP Sindangan and Navy's BRP Nestor Reinoso (PG-380), the BRP Benguet (LT-507), a landing ship, is now on-scene to help in the possible off-loading of non-essential equipment and personnel to lighten the ship in preparation for extrication.

Tide and wind conditions will be factored in during the retrieval operations.

The BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is one of three Hamilton-class cutters acquired by the PN from the United States Coast Guard and converted into frigates.

These ships have a gross tonnage of 3,250 tons, a length of 378 feet, beam of 43 feet, and draft of 15 feet while its propulsion systems consist of two diesel engines and two gas turbine engines, giving it a top speed of 29 knots.

These vessels have a cruising range of 14,000 miles and have a sea and loiter time of 45 days and armed with a 76mm Oto Melara automatic cannon, 25mm and 20mm light cannons and .50 caliber machine guns. (PNA)

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Divers assessing BRP Gregorio Del Pilar for retrieval ops
By Priam Nepomuceno  September 2, 2018, 10:09 am

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MANILA -- Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) divers are now assessing the condition of the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar (FF-15) which ran aground off Hasa-Hasa (international name Half-Moon) Shoal) on Wednesday.

This, according to Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato in a message to the Philippine News Agency Saturday.

"May divers ang PCG from MRRV 4407 (BRP Sindangan) na tumutulong sa assessment ng condition ng pagkasadsad para maplano nang mabuti ang approach sa pag-retrieve (There are divers from PCG from MRRV 4407 who are now helping in the assessing the condition of the ship in order to properly plan the retrieval approach). So, while waiting for the tugboats and other PCG and Navy platforms to arrive, surface and underwater assessments are being done to come up with the right plan of retrieval," he added.

Also, an inter-agency task force, named Joint Task Force "Goyong", under the leadership of Commodore Rommel Galang, was activated.

The task force includes the PCG, Navy, and Air Force. Galang is the current commander of Naval Forces West, Detoyato said.

"Commodore Rommel Galang is the on-site commander. He was flown in by the PN's AugustaWestland AW-109 naval helicopter. He will manage, supervise and direct the retrieval operations. He was formerly assigned with the Naval Sea Systems Command," he said.

"He was flown in so that the captain of FF-15 (BRP Gregorio Del Pilar) can concentrate on the day-to-day operations of FF-15 and the safety and security of his ship," he added.

Initial reports indicated that the grounded frigate is recoverable, Detoyato said.

BRP Sindangan (MRRV 4407) arrived in the area 11 a.m. Friday and will be joined by the BRP Cabra (MRRV 4409) anytime soon to render any assistance needed that might be needed by the grounded BRP Gregorio Del Pilar especially should there be a need to remove non-essential personnel to lighten the ship.

BRP Nestor Reinoso (PG-380) is also on hand to provide help, he said.

Detoyato earlier said two tugboats left Batangas, one on Thursday and one on Friday, to help in the recovery operations.

The BRP Gregorio Del Pilar is one of three Hamilton-class cutters acquired by the PN from the United States Coard Guard and converted into frigates. These ships have a gross tonnage of 3,250 tons, a length of 378 feet, beam of 43 feet, and draft of 15 feet while its propulsion systems consist of two diesel engines and two gas turbine engines, giving it a top speed of 29 knots.

They have a cruising range of 14,000 miles and has a sea and loiter time of 45 days and armed with a 76mm Oto Melara automatic cannon, 25mm and 20mm light cannons and .50 caliber machineguns. (PNA)

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PH won’t accept China aid to retrieve grounded warship

The tricky thing about accepting this offer is with the "standard" response we've been giving China about why we are keeping the BRP Sierra Madre in place in Ayungin. We always said we couldn't pay for its removal.

If we accept this offer . . . that story has to change . . . and we have to be more overt about our intentions in Ayungin.

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NO, we can do it,” Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana told Inquirer.net when asked if the Philippines would accept China’s assistance to extricate the warship.


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