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PH Navy to develop existing northern naval bases

To further strengthen its capability to secure the country’s maritime domain, the Philippine Navy (PN) will be putting up more littoral observatory stations (LOS) as it continue to develop existing naval bases in the north.

Philippine Navy: We’ll get the rest of the Balikpapan fleets too!

The Philippine government has begun preparations to acquire three more decommissioned Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Balikpapan-class heavy landing craft (LCH) vessels.

What is the truth behind PHL BI Officer Sidney Roy Dimandal?

A Facebook post demonizing a Philippine Bureau of Immigration officer for unprofessional behavior has been making rounds and being circulated.

Proof that the Philippine Commission of Human Rights have one boss – COMMUNISTS!

We’ve heard how the commission makes itself heard when criminals get their just desserts, often of the mortal kind, and when soldiers decisively defeats rebels, often complaining of overkill. Also when rallyists step over the line and the police do their job, they often complain. But now that there’s policemen injured by rallyists, why are they SILENT?

PNP eyes database of erring cops

The Philippine National Police is planning to set up a database of police officers involved in illegal activities as a reference for future appointments and promotions in the police force, PNP chief Director General Ricardo Marquez said yesterday.

WHAT’S GOING ON? – Floating booms with Chinese writings on markings seen off Zambales

Orange floating booms with foreign character markings, later determined to be of Chinese origins, were seen off Zambales province Saturday morning.

PHL telco organizes Philippine Clash of Clans tournament, kicks off August 2

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company’s cellular arm, Smart Communications, Inc will hold a Clash of Clans tournament this year with over P2 million in prizes up for grabs.

USA security officer criticizes China anew, proposes direct aid to BRP Sierra Madre if China impedes resupplying

If China tries to prevent the re-supply of the grounded Philippine naval vessel BRP Sierra Madre at Ayungin Shoal, then the United States might not only offer to re-supply it, but may consider deploying a few Marines on rotation as part of training, said Patrick Cronin, senior director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program Center for a New American Security.

BRP Ivatan and BRP Batak now ready for action, sailing to PHL

The ships BRP Ivatan and BRP Batak, two ships donated by Australia, are now formally commissioned into Philippine Navy service July 23, aimed to boost the Philippines’s disaster response capabilities.

Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway now open

President Benigno Aquino III on July 24 led the opening of the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX) also known as the Daang Hari-South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) Link Road, the first public-private partnership project awarded by the administration.