Philippine Navy’s upcoming vessels

The Philippine Navy’s upcoming vessels

JC Gotinga

MANILA, Philippines – Faced with two external threats involving its maritime borders, the Philippines continues to be one of the most under-equipped navies in the Asia-Pacific region.

The process of changing that – though slow – has begun. The Philippine Navy is now the priority in the second phase of the military’s modernization program, as it prepares to acquire new vessels and retire very old ones in its fleet.

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Source: rappler.com

The Philippine Navy's BRP-Tarlac arrives Sunday, June 2, in Zamboanga City ferrying the troops of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, an augmentation force provided to the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) to beef up the focused military operations against the Abu Sayyaf Group in Sulu. (Photo courtesy of Westmincom Public Information Office)

The Philippine Navy’s BRP-Tarlac arrives Sunday, June 2, in Zamboanga City ferrying the troops of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, an augmentation force provided to the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) to beef up the focused military operations against the Abu Sayyaf Group in Sulu. (Photo courtesy of Westmincom Public Information Office)

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