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    A bunch of Photos from the various Branches of the AFP:

    Philippine Army:
    AIFV:





    AIFV based Recovery Vehicle:


    Simba AFVs:






    M113:


    Troopers from the Light Reaction Company:



    Philippine Marines:
    V-150:



    Philippine Airforce:
    OV-10 and C130:

    SF 260:

    OV-10:

    OV10s and MD-520s

    MD 520:

    S211

    UH-1H:



    Philippine Navy:
    BO-105

    BRP Rajah Humabon

    BRP Apolinario Mabini

    BRP Bacolod City

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaya597 View Post
    another photo of a couple of PAF S211's
    ganda ng kulay nito sabaya, air superiority gray, parang F-15 ang dating. ganda din ng pix na send mo Sgt Rock. salamat sa inyo.

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    "Air superiority gray"? Aren't ALL fighter planes gray?

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    Great pics, specially the new digicam for our Marines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta Niner View Post
    Why buy a hardware from the italians that they themselves don't use. that's my point. why go for an untested equipment?
    The Singaporeans used it and at that time I believe they were the only ones that went for a barter trade agreement. Plus a small budget blah blah blah. Of and this was bought pre modernization law... now it is listed the equipment bought must be used by at least two Armed Forces.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Avenger View Post
    Maybe because they have only the baseline Scorpion model and not the upgunned one...
    Yup, never upgunned like what the malaysians did. for the 90mm please look at the V-300 Commandos

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    what i know 76mm is more suitable for scorpion. 90mm give lots of recoil during firing

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    090421-N-9950J-062 SOUTH CHINA SEA (April 21, 2009) The Armed Forces of the Philippines Navy destroyer escort BRP Rajah Humabon (PF 11) steams ahead during an exercise with the forward-deployed amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) and the amphibious dock landing ship USS Tortuga (LSD 46), as part of exercise Balikatan 2009 (BK09). Essex and Tortuga are participating in Balikatan 2009, an annual combined, joint-bilateral exercise involving U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines personnel, as well as subject matter experts from Philippine civil defense agencies. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Greg Johnson/Released)


    090421-N-0120A-009 SOUTH CHINA SEA (April 21, 2009) The Armed Forces of the Philippines Navy patrol boat BRP Artemio Ricarte (PS 37) maneuvers into position in a formation exercise with the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) during exercise Balikatan 2009. Artemio Ricarte is participating in Balikatan 2009, an annual combined, joint-bilateral exercise involving U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines personnel, as well as subject matter experts from Philippine civil defense agencies. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark R. Alvarez/Released)


    090421-N-0120A-005 SOUTH CHINA SEA (April 21, 2009) The Armed Forces of the Philippines Navy patrol boat BRP Leopoldo Regis (PG-847) maneuvers into position at the head of a formation exercise with the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) during exercise Balikatan 2009. Leopoldo Regis is participating in Balikatan 2009, an annual combined, joint-bilateral exercise involving U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines personnel, as well as subject matter experts from Philippine civil defense agencies. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark R. Alvarez/Released)


    090421-N-0120A-035 SOUTH CHINA SEA (April 21, 2009) The Armed Forces of the Philippines Navy logistics support vessel BRP Dagupan City (LC 551) maneuvers into position in a formation exercise with the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) during exercise Balikatan 2009. Artemio Ricarte is participating in Balikatan 2009, an annual combined, joint-bilateral exercise involving U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines personnel, as well as subject matter experts from Philippine civil defense agencies. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark R. Alvarez/Released)


    090526-M-7912A-179 TANON STRAIT, Philippines (May 26, 2009) The Armed Forces of the Philippins Navy landing ship LC 551 crosses in front of the amphibious dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) during a combined amphibious assault as part of exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2009. CARAT is a series of bilateral exercises held annually in Southeast Asia to strengthen relationships and enhance the operational readiness of the participating forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo/Released)

    Just liked Philippines Navy so much, needed hi-res pict badly .
    Sorry if repost, or violating forum rules.. .

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    Last edited by kalabaw; 07-10-2009 at 09:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaya597 View Post
    AIFV based Recovery Vehicle:



    Airsofters???

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragoneyes View Post
    Airsofters???
    yep, from what I heard is that the Light Armored Division sometimes "trains" with one of the popular airsoft groups here.....

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    i swear i saw some filipino military personnel using M1 carbine....in action(not in shooting competition,definitely not for ceremonial purpose)

    why still using it instead of M-16/M-4?philippines army sure got loads of them

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