24 Mei 2017

2 Strategic Sealift Vessels Enough for Navy, for Now

24 Mei 2017


BRP Davao del Sur (photo : Rappler)

Acquisition of additional strategic sealift vessels (SSVs) for the Philippine Navy (PN) will depend on the prevailing security environment in the future.

This was stressed by Department of National Defense (DND) public affairs office chief Arsenio Andolong when asked by the PNA on whether there plans to acquire additional SSVs for the Navy.

“At the moment, there are no plans to acquire a third SSV. Our modernization plan, which is based on the PN’s doctrine, only provides for two,” he added.

“Perhaps we will consider it in the future when our security environment will require it,” Andolong emphasized to the PNA.

As of this posting, the PN has two SSVs in its inventory, the BRP Tarlac (LD-601) and the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602) which is scheduled to be commissioned this coming May 31.

(Update)

39 komentar:

  1. Congratz pinoy, semoga kedepan nambah lg, dgn design yg lbh sesuai dgn kebutuhan tentunya...

    BalasHapus
  2. Kalau kurang nanti nambah lagi ya om duterte...good for PN...semoga makin jaya di laut...

    BalasHapus
  3. pinoy kaya...kapal baru lpd...battle proven sudah buat tabrak tabrakan

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Battle proven? Ianya kemalangan. Sama seperti kecelakaan yg menimpa KRI Pati Unus

      Hapus
    2. Suwandaru cakap LPD bro bukan pati unus

      Hapus
    3. biarkan lah dia.....selepas datang kat tok bomoh kelapa super....diorang tak dapat fikir fokus....cakap apa.....jawab apa???kih kih

      Hapus
    4. Mat rempit

      Kemalangan tidak mengenal jenis kapal.

      Suwanduru

      Sekurang kurangnya bomoh kelapa Malaysia tidak membunuh 42 org perempuan.

      Hapus
    5. Bro shed maafkan kedangkalan wawasanku,namun... kelapa mana yg membunuh 42 org!?

      Hapus
    6. Bro ridha

      I was talking about the late ahmad suradji.

      Ya. Bg aku bomoh kelapa Malaysia hanya mencemarkan nama baik Malaysia dan agama islam khususnya. But every country got characters like that. Malaysia, Indonesia and yes Lem1, Philipine got one too.

      Hapus
  4. No money just say so... first choice is singapore st kinetics ENDURANCE CLASS LPD... but too expensive, thats why there choose indonesia lpd cos its cheaper. And thats the fact.

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. And whats wrong with the SSV??

      Hapus
    2. Nthing wrong he just says the fact.i dont see any reason 2 bcome shame for indonesian product its cheap but have high qualty

      Hapus
    3. They are cheap 4 a reason.. but not in a bad way.

      Hapus
    4. cheap pon....pinoy mampu beli 2 bijik lpd...nanti ade wang tambah lagi....kesian yg tak de wang....hanya tengok pict jer kih kih

      Hapus
    5. Suwanduru

      We bought 4 Lms for rm 1.7 bil and 3 MMEA OPV for rm 700 mil. For that amount of money we could buy nearly 11 Indonesian made SSV. Grow up man.

      Hapus
    6. iye ke????nape tak beli kalau ade wang????

      Hapus
    7. ...cikai @ low quality!

      Hapus
    8. Suwanduru

      Coz we need patrol vessels more than we nee MRSS. Maybe after the LCS and LMS ok bro. Patience.

      Hapus
    9. Suwandru
      We buy our asset according to our priority. Buying asset is not like going shopping at groceries store. But again maybe retarded like you dont know a thing about military procument right??
      All you know is talk s**t about others

      Hapus
    10. alasan jer...jom songlap 1mdb

      Hapus
  5. This era make our shipyard growth. Many military ship produce in local shipyard. And then try to produce armament, radar, navigation equipment etc. It's still a long journey..

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Really hope that your shipyard will grow forward for a long period bro. It will benefit SEA region

      Hapus
  6. Kasihan malay no maney haha...

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. minggir..minggir..ini om antiembalgo @ orang kaya baru mau bicara....

      udah bosen di ketawain karna pidato tong kosong..bro muarif bertukar jabatan sebagai tukang provok...

      abis la..mau kerja apa aku lepas ni...wakakaa

      Hapus
    2. Xi... Xi... Xi...
      Bisa bercanda juga Bro AP..

      Hapus
  7. For our Indonesian friends, we are happy and satisfied with the 2 SSVs delivered by PT PAL.

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Thnks bro. Hope those two ships help your country on.

      Hapus
    2. if u guys happy, we happy too..
      be good boy 601 and 602.

      Hapus
    3. Ph navy will order next batch SSV4 and SSV5

      Hapus
  8. low quality Indons made ship. Cannot be use in Western Seas. It seems that they used outdated technology.

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Ur country bought the ssv. Yes i mean the Philipines.

      Hapus
    2. lem1 ni pinoy ke singaporean??

      Hapus
    3. And they bought it, satisfied... Problem? :D

      Hapus
    4. We thanks Pn for choosing our ships,hope that the two vessel could help you on difence your country and on the same time could help you in giving stability and "save filling" for your own mens.

      Hapus
    5. Lem 1,
      IMHO you and suwandru will make a perfect companion
      You both got a very peculiar mindset

      Hapus
    6. Lem 1. As if you have seen the new SSVs up close. If you visit my country perhaps i can tour you on the new ship.

      Hapus
    7. Lem 1 is not Filipino, his English is too broken. English is the second language of Filipinos.

      Hapus
    8. Aymokay

      Lem1 speaks tagalog in Maxdefense. U can read a few of his comments there that false flagging bastard. Geram pulak aku.

      Hapus