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BRP Mangyan (AE-71) - ex-US Army FS-524
« on: May 12, 2017, 10:17:53 AM »
Combat Fleets of the World, 15th Edition



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Re: BRP Mangyan (AS-71)
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2017, 01:30:21 AM »
« Last Edit: November 21, 2017, 09:15:10 AM by adroth »

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Re: BRP Mangyan (AE-71) - ex-US Army FS-524
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2017, 06:14:28 AM »
More relatively recent photos of BRP Mangyan shows that her old boom crane had been upgraded. 



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Re: BRP Mangyan (AE-71) - ex-US Army FS-524
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2017, 04:37:15 PM »
Additional photos of her crane

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Re: BRP Mangyan (AE-71) - ex-US Army FS-524
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2017, 11:47:03 AM »
NOTICE TO MARINERS NUMBER 158-2017
Published: 17 August 2017

http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/index.php/notice-to-mariners/notam-2017/august-2017/1739-notice-to-mariners-number-158-2017

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

1. Reference: Philippine Navy Radio Message Cite NOCB-0817-101

2. The following Philippine Navy vessel will conduct test firing of tabheir naval guns on dates and maritime areas indicated as follows:

BOW NR     DATE     VICINITY     COORDINATES
     DATE           
FF15
PS70
PS74
AS71
PC374
     03-06 Sep 17     Plan A: 11 NM E OFF COMIRAN ISLAND, BALABAC, PALAWAN
Plan B: 29 NM NW OFF LONG PT., ANEPAHAN, PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, PALAWAN
     Plan A

PT. A – LAT       08° 05.00’ N     LONG  117° 35.00’ E
PT. B – LAT        08° 05.00’ N     LONG  117° 35.00’ E
PT. C - LAT       07° 55.00’ N     LONG  117° 35.00’ E
PT. D – LAT       07° 55.00’ N     LONG  117° 25.00’ E

Plan B

PT. A – LAT       10° 10.00’ N     LONG  117° 50.00’ E
PT. B – LAT        10° 10.00’ N     LONG  118° 00.00’ E
PT. C - LAT       10° 00.00’ N     LONG  118° 00.00’ E
PT. D – LAT       10° 00.00’ N     LONG  117° 50.00’ E
                 
                 
PC375
PC389
     08-09 Sep 17     15 NM SE OFF LINAPACAN ISL. LINAPACAN, PALAWAN     PT. A – LAT       11° 05.00’ N     LONG  119° 55.00’ E
PT. B – LAT        11° 05.00’ N     LONG  120° 05.00’ E
PT. C - LAT       10° 55.00’ N     LONG  120° 05.00’ E
PT. D – LAT       10° 55.00’ N     LONG  119° 55.00’ E

3. In this connection, all ships/watercrafts transiting the vicinity of the abovementioned areas are advised to take note of the information and take necessary precautionary measures at all times.

4. The cooperation of all concerned in effecting widest dissemination of this information is requested.


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Re: BRP Mangyan (AE-71) - ex-US Army FS-524
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2021, 05:40:24 AM »
https://globalnation.inquirer.net/200218/ph-military-to-boost-arsenal-with-south-korean-hardware

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Retiring aged vessels

As the Navy pivots to more capable ships, it appears bent to go ahead with its plan to retire vintage vessels, even without immediate replacements, INQUIRER.net learned.

The BRP Miguel Malvar (PS-19), the Navy’s most decorated vessel, along with BRP Magat Salamat (PS-20) and BRP Mangyan (AS-71), will be decommissioned sometime next month as part of the Navy’s phase out plan. These ships were originally built for the US military in the 1940s and saw action during World War 2 before they were commissioned by the Philippines.

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BRP Miguel Malvar




BRP Magat Salamat




BRP Mangyan