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Philippines (Cloud Strife) - November 22, 2010 06:52 PM (GMT)
Military of the Philippines

Armed Forces of the Philippines
Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas


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Commander-in-Chief: Benigno Aquino III
Secretary of National Defense: Voltaire T. Gazmin
Chief of Staff: General Ricardo David
Military Age: 19-56 years old
Active Personnel: 114,500
Reserve Personnel: 131,000

Military Budget/Expenditures Post
Government Budget: $60 Billion
Military Budget: $3.84 Billion- 6.4% of the Government Budget

Philippines (Cloud Strife) - November 22, 2010 06:54 PM (GMT)
Philippine Army
Hukbong Katihan ng Pilipinas


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Motto: At your service, across the land


Commander of the Philippine Army: Lieutenant General Victor Ibrado
Garrison/HQ: Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila
Active Troops: 113,500
Reserve Troops: 120,000

Equipments
Light Infantry Weapons

M16 Assault Rifle
M4 Assault Carbine
M14 Assault Rifle
CAR15 Assault Rifle
Steyr AUG Assault Rifle
Heckler & Koch MP5 Submachine Gun
Heckler & Koch G36 - Assault Rifle
M60 General Purpose Machine Gun
Daewoo K3 Light Machine Gun
Ultimax 100 Light Machine Gun
M249 SAW Light Machine Gun
M21 Sniper Weapon System
M203 Rifle-Mounted Grenade Launcher
M79 Standalone Grenade Launcher
Barrett M82A1 & M107 Anti-Material Rifle
Beretta 92 Semi-Automatic Pistol
Benelli M1 Super 90 Shotgun
Benelli M3 Shotgun
M1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol
Remington 11-87 Shotgun
Remington 1100 - Shotgun


Anti-Tank Weapons

M40 Recoilless Rifle
M67 Recoilless Rifle
M20 Recoilless Rifle
M72 LAW
Armbrust


Armored Vehicles

FV101 Scorpion CVR
AIFV IFV
M113 APC
FV104 Samaritan
FV106 Samson
GKN Simba APC
V-100/V-150 Commando APC


Artillery

Soltam M-68 155 mm Medium Gun
M114 155 mm Howitzer
M101 Howitzer
M29 Mortar
M2 Mortar
M30 107 mm Mortar
OTO Melara Mod 56


Anti-Aircraft Artillery

Oerlikon 35 mm Twin Cannon


Organization
Infantry

1st Infantry 'Tabak' Division
  • 101st Infantry Brigade
  • 102nd Infantry Brigade
  • 103rd Infantry (Haribon) Brigade
  • 104th Infantry (Sultan) Brigade
  • 5th Infantry (Swift Justice) Battalion (CAFGU)
  • 10th Infantry (Steady…On) Battalion
  • 18th Infantry Battalion
  • 32nd Infantry (Daredevil) Battalion
  • 33rd Infantry Battalion
  • 35th Infantry (Makamandag) Battalion
  • 44th Infantry Battalion
  • 51st Infantry (Fuerte Uno) Battalion
  • 53rd Infantry Battalion
  • 55th Infantry (Vigilant) Battalion
2nd Infantry 'Jungle Fighter' Division
  • 201st Infantry (Kabalikat)Brigade
  • 202nd Infantry (Unifier) Brigade
  • 204th Infantry (Bantay Kapayapaan) Brigade
  • 1st Infantry Battalion
  • 4th Infantry (Get 'Em) Battalion
  • 16th Infantry (Maglilingkod) Battalion
  • 59th Infantry (Protector) Battalion
  • 68th Infantry Battalion
  • 74th Infantry (Matatag) Battalion
  • 76th Infantry (Victrix) Battalion
  • 80th Infantry (Raging Tamarraw) Battalion
3rd Infantry Division
4th Infantry 'Diamond' Division
5th Infantry 'Star' Division
6th Infantry 'Kampilan' Division
7th Infantry 'Kaugnay' Division
  • 703rd Infantry Brigade
  • 702nd Infantry Brigade
  • 24th Infantry Battalion
  • 48th Infantry Battalion
  • 3rd Infantry Battalion
  • 56th Infantry Battalion
  • 70th Infantry Battalion (Cadre)
  • 71st Infantry Battalion
  • 3rd Mechanized Infantry Battalion
  • 71st Division Reconnaissance Company
  • 72nd Division Reconnaissance Company
  • 73rd Division Reconnaissance Company
8th Infantry 'Storm Troopers' Division
9th Infantry 'Spear' Division
  • 901st Infantry (Fight 'Em) Brigade
  • 902nd Infantry (Fight and Serve) Brigade
  • 2nd Infantry (Second to None) Battalion
  • 22nd Infantry (Valor) Battalion
  • 42nd Infantry (Tagapagtanggol) Battalion
  • 31st Infantry (Charge) Battalion
  • 65th Infantry (Stalwart) Battalion
  • 9th Infantry (Sandigan) Battalion
10th Infantry 'Agila' Division

Armor & Cavalry

Light Armor Division
  • 1st Light Armor (Tagapanguna) Battalion
  • 2nd Light Armor (Magiting) Battalion
  • 3rd Light Armor (Kaagapay) Battalion
  • 4th Light Armor (Masigasig) Battalion
  • 5th Light Armor (Kalasag) Battalion
  • 1st Mechanized Infantry (Lakan) Battalion
  • 2nd Mechanized Infantry (Makasag) Battalion
  • 3rd Mechanized Infantry (Makatarungan) Battalion
  • 6th Light Armor (Paghiliugyon) Company (Separate)
  • 8th Light Armor (Masarigan) Company (Separate)
  • 1st Armored Cavalry (Rapido) Troop
Combat Support Units

51st Engineering Brigade, PA
52nd Engineering Brigade, PA
53rd Engineering Brigade, PA
54th Engineering Brigade, PA
55th Engineering Brigade, PA
Signal Group, PA
Intelligence Security Group, PA

Service Support Units

Philippine Army Reserve Command
Philippine Army Training and Doctrines Command
Philippine Army Support Command
Philippine Army Finance Center

Special Units

1st Scout Ranger Regiment
1st Special Forces Regiment (Airborne)
Light Reaction Battalion

Philippines (Cloud Strife) - November 22, 2010 06:56 PM (GMT)
Philippine Navy
Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas


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Flag Officer in Command of the Philippine Navy: Vice Admiral Ferdinand Golez
Garrison/HQ: Philippine Navy Headquarters, Roxas Boulevard, Manila
Size: 24,000

Fleet Organization

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Ships in Service
Amphibious Ships

Tomas Claudio Class (Whidbey Island-class Dock Landing Ships)
  • BRP Tomas Claudio (PS-411)
  • BRP Kalayaan Islands (PS-412)
Murphy Class (Austin-class Amphibious Transport Dock)
  • BRP Frank Murphy (PS-401)
Destroyer

Jose Rizal Class (USN Arleigh Burke-class)
  • BRP Jose Rizal(PS-1)
Frigate

Ciudad Class (USN Oliver Hazard Perry-class)
  • BRP Ciudad de Manila (PS-11)
  • BRP Ciudad de Baguio (PS-12)
  • BRP Ciudad de Cebu (PS-14)
Isla Class (RAN Adelaide-class)
  • BRP Luzon (PS-15)
  • BRP Visayas (PS-16)
  • BRP Mindanao (PS-17)
  • BRP Palawan (PS-18)
Submarines

Commonwealth Class (Russian Kilo-class)
  • BRP Manuel Quezon (PB-11)
Independence Class (German Type 209-class)
  • BRP Claro M. Recto (PB-1)
  • BRP Jose Abad Santos (PB-2)
Corvettes

Jacinto Class (RN Peacock Class)
  • BRP Emilio Jacinto (PS-35)
  • BRP Apolinario Mabini (PS-36)
  • BRP Artemio Ricarte (PS-37)
Patrol Craft

Mariano Alvarez Class (USN Cyclone Class)
  • BRP Mariano Alvarez (PS-38)
Katipunan Class (RAN Armidale-class)
  • BRP Emilio Aguinaldo (PG-140)
  • BRP Antonio Luna (PG-141)
  • BRP Andres Bonifacio (PG-142)
  • BRP Teodoro Plata (PG-143)
  • BRP Ladislao Diwa (PG-144)
  • BRP Deodato Arellano (PG-145)
  • BRP Ramon Basa (PG-146)
  • BRP Marcelo H. del Pilar (PG-147)
  • BRP Mariano Ponce (PG-148)
  • BRP Valentian Diaz (PG-149)
  • BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PG-150)
  • BRP Macario Sakay (PG-151)
  • BRP Licerio Geronimo (PG-152)
  • BRP Pedro Paterno (PG-153)
  • BRP Mariano Trias (PG-154)
  • BRP Baldomero Aguinaldo (PG-155)
  • BRP Leon Maria Guerrero (PG-156)
  • BRP 12 de Junio (PG-157)
  • BRP Constitucion (PG-158)
  • BRP Malolos (PG-159)
Auxiliary Ships

Ex-WW2 LST 512-1152 Class
  • BRP Zamboanga del Sur (LT-86)
  • BRP South Cotabato (LT-87)
  • BRP Laguna (LT-501)
  • BRP Lanao del Norte (LT-504)
  • BRP Benguet (LT-507)
  • BRP Kalinga Apayao (LT-516)
Bacolod City Class (Modified Frank Besson Class LSV)
  • BRP Bacolod City (LC-550)
  • BRP Dagupan City (LC-551)
Fleet Support/VIP Ships
  • 3 Coverted-Tanker Fleet Replishment Ships
  • 4 Fleet Tugboats
  • 2 Salvage & Rescue Vessels
  • 2 Minesweepers Vessels
  • BRP Pag-asa (AT-25)
  • BRP Subanon (AT-291)
  • BRP Bagobo (AT-293)
  • BRP Mangyan (AS-71)
  • BRP Lake Buluan (AW-33)
  • BRP Lake Paoay (AW-34)
  • BRP Lake Taal (AF-72)
  • BRP Lake Buhi (AF-78)
Equipments
Minor Naval Assets
  • 29 US Swift Class Patrol Boats
  • Unknown number of Boghammar-type patrol boats
  • Unknown number of RHIB boats
Aircrafts
  • UK Britten-Norman Islander
  • German MBB Bo 105
  • US Cessna 172
  • US Robinson R-22
Ships Mothballed

Frigate

Datu Class (USN Cannon-class)
  • BRP Rajah Humabon (PF-301)
Corvettes

Rizal Class (USN Auk Class)
  • BRP Quezon (PS-70)
  • BRP Rizal (PS-74)
Miguel Malvar Class (USN Admirable / PCE Class)
  • BRP Miguel Malvar (PS-19)
  • BRP Magat Salamat (PS-20)
  • BRP Sultan Kudarat (PS-22)
  • BRP Datu Marikudo (PS-23)
  • BRP Cebu (PS-28)
  • BRP Negros Occidental (PS-29)
  • BRP Pangasinan (PS-31)
  • BRP Iloilo (PS-32)
Patrol Craft

Aguinaldo Class
  • BRP Emilio Aguinaldo (PG-140)
  • BRP Antonio Luna (PG-141)
Kagitingan Class
  • BRP Bagong Lakas (PG-102)
  • BRP Bagong Silang (PG-104)
Tomas Batillo Class (ROKN Chamsuri PKM Class)
  • BRP Tomas Batillo (PG-110)
  • BRP Boni Serrano (PG-111)
  • BRP Bienvenido Salting (PG-112)
  • BRP Salvador Abcede (PG-114)
  • BRP Ramon Aguirre (PG-115)
  • BRP Nicolas Mahusay (PG-116)
  • BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117)
Conrado Yap Class
  • BRP Jose Artiaga (PG-844)
  • BRP Leopoldo Regis (PG-847)
  • BRP Apollo Tiano (PG-851)
  • BRP Sulpicio Fernandez (PG-853)
Jose Andrada Class
  • BRP Jose Andrada (PG-370)
  • BRP Enrique Jurado (PG-371)
  • BRP Alfredo Peckson (PG-372)
  • BRP Simeon Castro (PG-374)
  • BRP Carlos Albert (PG-375)
  • BRP Heracleo Alano (PG-376)
  • BRP Liberato Picar (PG-377)
  • BRP Hilario Ruiz (PG-378)
  • BRP Rafael Pargas (PG-379)
  • BRP Estor Reinoso (PG-380)
  • BRP Dioscoro Papa (PG-381)
  • BRP Ismael Lomibao (PG-383)
  • BRP Leovigildo Gantioqui (PG-384)
  • BRP Federico Martir (PG-385)
  • BRP Filipino Flojo (PG-386)
  • BRP Anastacio Cacayorin (PG-387)
  • BRP Manuel Gomez (PG-388)
  • BRP Teotimo Figoracion (PG-389)
  • BRP Jose Loor Sr. (PG-390)
  • BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392)
  • BRP Florencio Inigo (PG-393)
  • BRP Felix Apolinario (PG-395)
Ex-Point Class Cutters (USCG)
  • BRP Alberto Navarette (PG-394)
  • BRP Abraham Campo (PG-396)

Philippines (Cloud Strife) - November 22, 2010 06:57 PM (GMT)
Philippine Marine Corps
Hukbong Kawal Pandagat ng Pilipinas


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Motto: Honor, Duty, Valor
Commander of the Philippine Marine Corps: Major General Ben Dolorfino
Garrison/HQ: Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila
Size: 12,000

Equipment
Small Arms
  • M16 rifle
  • M60
  • FN Minimi
  • M14 Rifle
  • M21
  • Remington 870
  • Floro MK-9
  • MSSR rifle
  • Beretta 92
  • Beretta 8000
  • Anti-Tank Weapons
    • M67 Recoilless Rifle
    • Armbrust
    Artilleries
    • 40 mm Gun - Anti-Aircraft Gun
    • OTO Melara Mod 56 - Pack Howitzer
    • M101 Howitzer
    • Oerlikon 35 mm Twin Cannon - Anti-Aircraft Gun
    Vehicles
    • V-100
    • LAV-300
    • Humvee
    • LVTH-6
    • GKN Aquatrack
    • LARC (Lighter, Amphibious, Resupply, Cargo)
    • A number of locally modified up-armoured trucks (Talisman Gun Truck)
    • Marine Multi-Purpose Vehicle
    Organization
    Marine Battalions

    The Philippine Marine Corps has eleven active Marine Battalions designated 1st to 11th. Two to four battalions are assigned to each of the three maneuver brigades and a single battalion is rotated back to the Marine headquarters for refit and retraining for at least eight months up to one year before redeployment to operational areas throughout the Philippines. These units, when supported with assets from the CSSB and the Philippine Navy form the core of a Marine Battalion Landing Team (MBLT).

    Field Artillery Battalion

    The Field Artillery Battalion (FABN) is currently organized into a Headquarters and Service Company and several howitzer batteries which are attached to the maneuver brigades to support their operations. It is equipped with both the M101A1 howitzer and the OTO Melara Model 56/14 pack howitzer. The unit also provides an air-defense capability through a number of Bofors 40 mm L/60 guns.

    Assault Armor Battalion

    The Assault Armor Battalion (AABN) contains a Headquarters and Service Company, an Armor Maintenance Company (Armor Mnt Co), an Assault Amphibian Company (AAV Co), and a Light Armor Vehicle Company (LAV Co). It is tasked with providing the maneuver brigades with armored assets to support their operations. The unit's inventory consists of LAV-150s, LAV-300s, LVTP-5s and LVTH-6s.

    Marine Force Reconnaissance Battalion

    The Force Recon Battalion (FRBn) is organized into a Headquarters, Service and Training Company and four Recon Companies, numbered 61st, 62nd, 63rd,and 64th. Each of these companies is attached to a Marine Brigade to serve as quick maneuvering force. The FRBn is the main special operations unit of the Philippine Marine Corps.

    Marine Security and Escort Group

    The Marine Security and Escort Group (MSEG) is responsible for security on naval facilities, vital government installations and protection of VIPs. The unit also fills most of the PMC's ceremonial duties.

    Marine Drum and Bugle Team

    The Marine Drum and Bugle Team (MDBT) is the prime musical unit of the Philippine Marine Corps and the only Drum and Bugle Corps in the entire Armed Forces of the Philippines that provides band and musical services in support of the ceremonial and morale activities of the Corps.

    Philippines (Cloud Strife) - November 22, 2010 06:59 PM (GMT)
    Philippine Air Force
    Hukbong Himpapawid ng Pilipinas


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    Commander of the Philippine Air Force: Lt. Gen. Oscar H. Rabena
    Garrison/HQ: Villamor Air Base, Pasay City
    Size: 7,000

    Aircraft Inventory
    • 54 F/A-18 Hornet - Air Superiority Fighter
    • 37 F-5A/B Freedom Fighter - Point Defense Interceptor/Trainer
    • 15 A-10 Thunderbolt II - Close Air Support
    • 4 AC-130H Spectre - Close Air Support
    • 13 Aermacchi S-211 - Ground Support and Jet Training
    • 11 North American OV-10 Bronco - Attack Aircraft
    • 43 Aermacchi SF-260TP/MP/WP - Attack Aircraft and Trainer Aircraft (MP/WP)
    • 2 McDonnell Douglas KDC-10 Extender - Tanker
    • 8 Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules - Medium Transport Aircraft
    • 2 Fokker F27 Friendship - Infantry Lift
    • 12 GAF Nomad - Light Transport Aircraft
    • 1 Fokker F28 Fellowship - Light Transport Aircraft
    • 44 Cessna T-41 Mescalero - Training Aircraft
    • 15 UH-60M Black Hawk - Transport Helicopters
    • 5 CH-47F Chinook - Transport Helicopters
    • 30 OH-58 Kiowa - Reconnaissance and Observation Helicopters
    • 30 AH-1W SuperCobra- Attack Helicopter
    • 10 AH-64D Apache Longbow- Attack Helicopter
    • 8 PZL W-3 Sokol - Attack Helicopter
    • 25 McDonnell Douglas Defender - Attack Helicopter
    • 2 Sikorsky S-70 Blackhawk - Multirole Helicopter
    • 11 Sikorsky S-76 Spirit - Multirole Helicopter
    • 100 Bell UH-1 Iroquois - Transport Helicopter
    • 8 Bell 205 - Light Transport Helicopter
    • 3 Bell 412 - Transport Helicopter
    Organization
    15th Strike Wing
    • 16th Attack Squadron (Eagles)
    • 17th Attack Squadron (Jaguars)
    • 18th Attack Squadron (Falcons)
    • 20th Attack Squadron (Firebirds)
    • 25th Attack Squadron (Lobos)
    Air Defense Wing
    • 7th Tactical Fighter Squadron (Bulldogs)
    205th Tactical Helicopter Wing
    • 206th Tactical Helicopter Squadron (Hornets)
    • 207th Tactical Helicopter Squadron (Stingers)
    • 208th Tactical Helicopter Squadron (Daggers)
    220th Airlift Wing
    • 221st Tactical Airlift Squadron (Fokkers)
    • 222nd Tactical Airlift Squadron (Hercules)
    • 223rd Tactical Airlift Squadron (Nomads)
    Air Education and Training Command
    • 101st Primary Flying Training Squadron (Wildcat)
    • 102nd Basic Flying Training Squadron (Cougar)
    505th Search and Rescue Group (Angels)
    • 5051st Search and Rescue Squadron
    • 5052nd Search and Rescue Squadron
    • 5053rd Search and Rescue Squadron
    • 5056th Search and Rescue Squadron
    250th Presidential Airlift Wing (Code One)
    • 251st Presidential Airlift Squadron
    • 252nd Presidential Helicopter Squadron
    900th Weather Support Group
    • 901st Weather Squadron




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