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Re: PCG Large MRRV / OPV requirement
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Re: Retitled: BRP Teresa Magbanua (MMRV-9701)
« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2022, 11:20:16 AM »
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=971208320457570

PINAKAMALAKING BARKO NG COAST GUARD, NAKARATING NA SA BANSA!

Ligtas na nakarating sa bansa ang MRRV-9701 o ang pinakamalaking barko ng Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)!

Ngayong araw, ika-26 ng Pebrero 2022, mainit na sinalubong ng mga PCG officers at personnel, sa pangunguna ni PCG Officer-in-Charge, CG Vice Admiral Eduardo D Fabricante, ang naturang barko sa Port Area, Manila.

Ito ay matapos ang paglalayag ng MRRV-9701 mula Shimonoseki Shipyard sa Japan kung saan ito ginawa ng Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Ltd mula pa noong Disyembre 2020.

"Lubos po kaming nagagalak dahil nandito na ang pinakamalaking barko ng Philippine Coast Guard. Nagpapasalamat kami sa ating mahal na Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte at kay Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade sa kanilang patuloy na pag-agapay at pag-suporta sa modernisasyon ng PCG," ani CG Vice Admiral Fabricante.

Ang MRRV-9701 ay isa sa dalawang 97-meter multi-role response vessels (MRRV) na layong palawigin ang modernisasyon ng PCG. Bahagi ito ng Maritime Safety Capability Improvement Project (MSCIP) Phase II ng Pilipinas, sa pangunguna ng DOTr, at Japan na pormal na napagkasunduan noong Oktubre 2016.

Sa oras na ma-komisyon bilang “Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas (BRP) TERESA MAGBANUA (MRRV-9701),” gagamitin ito para makatulong sa operasyon ng PCG Task Force Pagsasanay.

Ang PCG Task Force Pagsasanay ay nangunguna sa pagtataguyod ng maritime security, maritime safety, maritime law enforcement, maritime search and rescue, at marine environmental protection sa malawak na katubigan ng Pilipinas.

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Re: Retitled: BRP Teresa Magbanua (MMRV-9701)
« Reply #33 on: February 28, 2022, 11:16:50 PM »
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=971208320457570

PINAKAMALAKING BARKO NG COAST GUARD, NAKARATING NA SA BANSA!

Ligtas na nakarating sa bansa ang MRRV-9701 o ang pinakamalaking barko ng Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)!

Ngayong araw, ika-26 ng Pebrero 2022, mainit na sinalubong ng mga PCG officers at personnel, sa pangunguna ni PCG Officer-in-Charge, CG Vice Admiral Eduardo D Fabricante, ang naturang barko sa Port Area, Manila.

Ito ay matapos ang paglalayag ng MRRV-9701 mula Shimonoseki Shipyard sa Japan kung saan ito ginawa ng Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Ltd mula pa noong Disyembre 2020.

"Lubos po kaming nagagalak dahil nandito na ang pinakamalaking barko ng Philippine Coast Guard. Nagpapasalamat kami sa ating mahal na Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte at kay Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade sa kanilang patuloy na pag-agapay at pag-suporta sa modernisasyon ng PCG," ani CG Vice Admiral Fabricante.

Ang MRRV-9701 ay isa sa dalawang 97-meter multi-role response vessels (MRRV) na layong palawigin ang modernisasyon ng PCG. Bahagi ito ng Maritime Safety Capability Improvement Project (MSCIP) Phase II ng Pilipinas, sa pangunguna ng DOTr, at Japan na pormal na napagkasunduan noong Oktubre 2016.

Sa oras na ma-komisyon bilang “Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas (BRP) TERESA MAGBANUA (MRRV-9701),” gagamitin ito para makatulong sa operasyon ng PCG Task Force Pagsasanay.

Ang PCG Task Force Pagsasanay ay nangunguna sa pagtataguyod ng maritime security, maritime safety, maritime law enforcement, maritime search and rescue, at marine environmental protection sa malawak na katubigan ng Pilipinas.


https://youtu.be/mIEVNpnb9ow

I am just curious why there is no naval gun mounted? but instead a water canon only.
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Re: Retitled: BRP Teresa Magbanua (MMRV-9701)
« Reply #34 on: February 28, 2022, 11:42:04 PM »
I am just curious why there is no naval gun mounted? but instead a water canon only.

The Japanese have a policy of not exporting weapons. If the PH chooses to arm them (and they do, see below), it will be the PH's responsibility

https://defenseph.net/drp/index.php?topic=5760.msg18725#msg18725

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Re: Retitled: BRP Teresa Magbanua (MMRV-9701)
« Reply #36 on: May 13, 2022, 01:16:50 PM »
Coast Guard commissions first Japanese-built MRRV
BY BUSINESSMIRROR
MAY 11, 2022

https://businessmirror.com.ph/2022/05/11/coast-guard-commissions-first-japanese-built-mrrv/

JAPANESE Ambassador Kazuhiko Koshikawa joined Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade and Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Artemio Abu at the commissioning ceremony on May 6 for the first of two 97m-class multirole response vessels (MRRV) of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG): the BRP Teresa Magbanua.

The first MRRV arrived in the Philippines in February, with the second due in June 2022. Said vessels, which are the largest in the PCG fleet, were built in the Shimonoseki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., where PCG crewmembers also completed the training program and sea trials before and after sailing to Manila.

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Re: Retitled: BRP Teresa Magbanua (MMRV-9701)
« Reply #37 on: May 21, 2022, 01:50:18 AM »
MANILA – If given an opportunity or chance, Philippine Coast Guard Commandant, Admiral Artemio Abu, is keen to have 15 more 97-meter long multi-role response vessels (MRRVs) like the newly-commissioned BRP Teresa Magbanua (MRRV-9701) to fully cover the country's maritime territories.

https://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1174857