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BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« on: May 12, 2017, 09:05:47 AM »
From Combat Fleets of the World, 15th Edition

First four were ordered in 9-89 for $9.4M; the fifth was ordered in 4-90 and three more in 8-90. In 3-93 Halter received a $36.2M contract to build four more in the U.S., provide four kits to a yard in the Philippines, and assist in the construction three more in a Philippine yard; in 6-94 another 12 more ordered for $27.5M, with seven to be built by AG&P Shipyard in the Philippines. DF-379 and 380 were launched 29-4-95 by AG&P. The original goal was 35 total, but that curtailed for lack of funds. Were originally intended to operate in flotillas of seven, each attached to a larger patrol boat acting as leader.

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About Juan Magluyan

Q-Boats: Heroes of the Off-Shore Patrol
Alcaraz, Ramon, Sea Classics

https://www.questia.com/read/1P3-340682641/q-boats-heroes-of-the-off-shore-patrol

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The Philippine Army with the Constabulary as a nucleus was formed, with different branches of services like infantry, artillery, etc., of the US Army, a sea-going branch called Off-Shore Patrol (OSP) and an Air Corps as branches of service.

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The OSP was a part of National Defense Act approved on 21 December 1935 and, on 11 January 1936, the guidelines were denned by Executive Order No. 11 as follows:

"The Off-Shore Patrol shall comprise all marine equipment and personnel acquired by the Philippine Government and assigned either in peace or war to the control of the Chief of Staff (PA). It shall have such duties and powers as may be described by the Chief of Staff, PA."

On 15 April 1938, when construction of two MTBs for the OSP was started by Thornycroft, Maj. Rafael Ramos, a Philippine Nautical School (PNS) graduate known to Quezon, was appointed as first OSP Chief to start recruiting OSP personnel. Brigadier General Vicente Lim, G-1, HPA furnished him a list of Annapolis and PNS PA officers to select from but he was unable to do anything because Rep. Manuel Roxas recommended to Pres. Quezon that his province mate, Capt. Jose V. Andrada, USNA 1930, was better qualified. And so Capt. Andrada relieved Maj. Ramos as OSP Chief who was sent to the US QM School to study.

Captain Andrada announced his volunteer recruiting program and began interviewing interested individuals personally. By the end of 1938, Lt. Alfredo Peckson, USNA 1933, Lt. Marcelo Castillo, USNA 1938, PCA graduates Lieutenants Nestor Reinoso 1934, Alberto Navarette 1935, Simeon Castro 1935, Juan Magluyan 1937, Alfonso Palencia 1938, Santiago Nuval 1938, Emilio Liwanag 1938 and nine officers and 25 enlisted men had joined the OSP. Training on seamanship, navigation and gunnery were conducted with the USNA graduates as instructors at OSP Hq., Muelle del Codo, Port Area, Manila. The first class graduated on 9 February 1939, and Capt. Andrada marked it as the birthday of the OSP and since then, as far as I know, our anniversary is celebrated every 9 February, until somebody during the Martial Law years of Marcos tampered with the event.

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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2017, 01:12:11 PM »


SOUTH CHINA SEA (Feb. 24, 2008) The Republic of the Philippine Jose Andrada-class patrol craft BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392), steams in the South China Sea for bilateral training with the Essex Expeditionary Strike Group as part of the annual bilateral exercise Balikatan 2008, between the Republic of the Philippines and the United States. During the Balikatan 2008 humanitarian assistance and training activities, military service members from the United States and the government of the Republic of the Philippines work together to improve maritime security and ensure humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts are efficient and effective.
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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2017, 03:02:56 PM »

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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2017, 05:38:57 AM »
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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2019, 02:36:49 PM »
Sailors and Marines Receive Recognition and Awards
https://www.facebook.com/josephine.codilla/posts/10218381719203694


Calarian, Zamboanga City – Sailors and Marines received awards and recognition during the conduct of Flag Raising Ceremony on January 7, 2019 at Headquarters Naval Forces Western Mindanao.

As a year starter, Naval Forces Western Mindanao gave recognition to the Fleet-Marine Team for their exceptional deeds in the performance of their duty, their shared sacrifices and persistent efforts made in the previous year.

The Commander Naval Forces Western Mindanao, Rear Admiral Rene V Medina AFP with the Deputy Commander for Fleet Operations, CAPT Richard N Gonzaga PN(GSC) led the awarding of Bronze Cross Medal to the gallant sailors and marines of Naval task Group Sulu/Philippine Marine Ready Force Sulu (PMRF-S) and BRP Waray (LC 288) for the successful conduct of Amphibious Operations/Focused Military Operations at Minis Island, Patikul, Sulu on Dec 13, 2018; Military Merit Medal with Spearhead Device to the Officers and men of BRP Agta (LC 290), BRP Juan Magluyan (PC392), Naval Special Operations Unit 6 (NAVSOU6), 82nd Inshore Boat Company and Multipurpose Attack Craft (BA 484) for carrying out naval operations with other Fleet-Marine units in Minis Island, Patikul, Sulu and a Military Commendation Medal is also given to the members of support elements of NTG Sulu and PMRF Sulu. The operation at Minis Island resulted to the neutralization of seven ASG members, apprehension of 10 individuals and recovery of several firearms and military items.

Further, the award of Military Merit Medals with Spearhead Device were also received by the members of the Naval Task Group Sulu/Philippine Marine Ready Force Sulu, 83 Inshore Boat Company, IBBN for the conduct of Focused Military Operations in Brgy Libog Kabaw, Panglima Estino, Sulu and Brgy Timpook, Patikul, Sulu held on Oct 26-30, 2018, which resulted in the neutralization of three ASG members and recovery of various war materials.

Military Merit Medals were also given to the officers and men of NFWM, Civil Military Operations Unit-WM, Naval Reserve Center-WM, NAVSOU6, NISG-WM, Marine Battalion Landing Team 11 and BRP Waray for the successful conduct of Community Outreach Program and Propaganda and Counter Violent Extremism (PCVE) at Brgy Doρa Consuelo, Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental on Nov 18, 2018. The said activity benefitted a total of 2,137 individuals.

In his message, Rear Adm. Medina commend the troops, “It is just fitting for us to start this year with awards and honors for all the hardwork and sacrifices you had done for the past year to continue our mission as a team, to become strong and credible for our nation as the defenders of the Western Mindanao Frontier.”

“These series of military operations and outreach program wouldn't be successful without the help of everyone, with that, I thank and congratulate all of you”, the Commander NFWM added.

With this accomplishment, NFWM with the Sailors and Marines in Western Mindanao will continue its commitment and dedication in the performance of its mandated task to promote a peaceful, safe and secured Western Mindanao.

PAO, NFWM

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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2019, 02:53:12 PM »
NOTICE TO ALL MARINERS NUMBER 203-2019

    Parent Category: NOTAM   
    Published: 07 August 2019

http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/index.php/notice-to-mariners/notam2019a/august-2019/3526-notice-to-all-mariners-number-203-2019

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

1. Reference: Philippine Navy Cite NOCB-0719-126 dated 18 July 2019.

2. Per above reference, the Philippine Navy vessels BRP GEN MARIANO ALVAREZ (PS38), BRP JUAN MAGLUYAN (PC392) and PB336 will conduct 3rd quarter test firing of naval guns on dates and maritime areas bounded by the following coordinates:

BRP JUAN MAGLUYAN (PC392)
29-30 August 2019
19.8 NM W off Dulunguin point, Siocon, Zamboanga Del Norte
   

PT A – LAT     07°47.900’ N

            LONG 121°45.000’E

PT B – LAT     07°41.700’ N

            LONG 121°45.000’E

PT C – LAT     07°41.700’ N

            LONG 121°38.900’E

PT D – LAT     07°47.900’ N

            LONG 121°38.900’E

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Re: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
« Reply #6 on: September 26, 2019, 10:20:27 AM »
Looks like the previously announced test firing didn't happen

http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/index.php/notice-to-mariners/notam2019a/september-2019/3562-notice-to-all-mariners-number-270-2019


NOTICE TO ALL MARINERS NUMBER 270-2019
Parent Category: NOTAM Published: 25 September 2019

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

1.            Reference: Philippine Navy Radio Message Cite NOCB-0819-091 dated 11 September 2019.

2.            Per above reference, Philippine Navy vessel BRP JUAN MAGLUYAN (PC392) will conduct 3rd quarter test firing of her naval guns on the date and maritime areas bounded by the following coordinates:


BRP JUAN MAGLUYAN (PC392)
03-04 October 2019

10.28 NM NW off Languyan point, Laungayan Island, Tawi-Tawi

PT A- Lat    05°25.60’ N

          Long 119°52.90’ E

PT B- Lat    05°31.75’ N

          Long 119°52.90’ E

PT C- Lat    05°31.75’ N

          Long 119°59.17’ E

PT D- Lat    05°25.60’ N

          Long 119°59.17’ E