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Military History / ex-US LSI-L in PN service
« on: May 29, 2019, 02:48:44 AM »
Designed to carry 200 troops. LS-53 originally transferred to France in 1951 and others in 1953 for use in Indochina; subsequently retransferred in 1956 to South VietNam. All acquired by the Philippines 17 November 1975. Ex-US LSIL 476 transferred for spares at same time.



RPS Marinduque (LS-36)
RPS Sorsogon (LS-37)
RPS Camarines Norte (LS-52)
RPS Misamis Oriental (LS-53)



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Military History / RP-made hovercraft
« on: May 04, 2019, 02:54:04 AM »
The Times Journal date: June 15, 1976

photo by Porfirio Cedre


Philippines Daily Express Jan 21, 1977







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Military History / Did the BRP Datu Kalantiaw had a helo pad?
« on: February 28, 2019, 03:00:49 AM »
good day fellow timawans,
i just want to ask if then PS-76 RPS Datu Kalantiaw had a helo pad?



on the lower right corner of the picture looks like a helo pad with nets on the side, gun tubs, 40mm bofors pointing up

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Models and Hobbies / RT-175/PRC-9
« on: January 25, 2017, 03:10:55 AM »
I am a HAM operator and being "on air" is one of my hobbies since my high school days,
I recently and impulsively got an old radio from the 50s-60s? just to have it displayed in my radio shack.
I wanted to try if it functions properly but i do not have the proper batteries for this,
from the looks of it, it was not used much in the field, doesn't have much scratches on it, but it smells old and smells like grease/oil on the inside hahaha i guess it might have been inside a vehicle most of the time



attached is the short whip antenna: AT-272.
i also came with the long whip antenna AT-271
theres also a (third) auxiliary antenna connection via BNC connector



here is the carrying bag with the short whip antenna



the handset H-333F/PT





the battery case



Freq range: 27-39Mhz on FM, it kinda falls on some CB and Amateur range, but as far as i know, Amateurs are only allowed SSB phone and RTTY, CB stations use AM and SSB (but then again, i only have a technicians class operator privileges)

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Military History / LT-510 and PF-7 @ Subic
« on: January 22, 2017, 11:56:33 PM »




picture shows the whole LT-510 (BRP Samar Del Norte), also shows PF-7's (BRP Andres Bonifacio) stern
taken at Subic Naval Station, dated September 1991

http://www.navsource.org/archives/09/19/091914513.jpg

this picture shows PF-7's bow (from navsource) most likely of the same date

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Models and Hobbies / My Philippine Fleet
« on: December 19, 2016, 04:48:46 AM »
all are in 1/350 scale

i haven't done any progress on these
nasira pa dahil napaglaruan ng mga bata

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