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BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF-16); ex USCGC Dallas (WHEC-716)
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kelan ba darating ang PF16 natin...walang definite schedule kasi based sa mga articles released.. January of 2013 ba or bago matapos ang 2012...
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Not till April or May dahil March pa alis ng PF-16 mula sa S.Carolina sabi ng PHI Embassy sa US ...

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The BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF16) continues to undergo refurbishment and refitting at the United States Coast Guard station in Charleston, South Carolina. The vessel, the second high-endurance cutter the Philippines acquired from the United States, is expected to set sail for Manila in March. (Photo by the Office of the Naval Attache, Philippine Embassy)


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Nov 18 2012, 08:05 AM
Not till April or May dahil March pa alis ng PF-16 mula sa S.Carolina sabi ng PHI Embassy sa US ...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/87095229@N03/8130105444/in/photostream


PHILIPPINE WARSHIP.

The BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF16) continues to undergo refurbishment and refitting at the United States Coast Guard station in Charleston, South Carolina. The vessel, the second high-endurance cutter the Philippines acquired from the United States, is expected to set sail for Manila in March. (Photo by the Office of the Naval Attache, Philippine Embassy)


I wish our embassy could give updates, even pictures, every week.
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Nov 18 2012, 04:15 PM
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Not till April or May dahil March pa alis ng PF-16 mula sa S.Carolina sabi ng PHI Embassy sa US ...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/87095229@N03/8130105444/in/photostream


PHILIPPINE WARSHIP.

The BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF16) continues to undergo refurbishment and refitting at the United States Coast Guard station in Charleston, South Carolina. The vessel, the second high-endurance cutter the Philippines acquired from the United States, is expected to set sail for Manila in March. (Photo by the Office of the Naval Attache, Philippine Embassy)


I wish our embassy could give updates, even pictures, every week.
I do hope too, but so it seems that they are either busy with the environmental crisis that hit America and helping our brothers there or they are restricted by bureaucratic processes and limitations.
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was at subic last Saturday and saw a Hamilton ship at the dock.....i was not able to verify though if it was Goyo coz i did not see any Philippine Flag... from a distance i saw what i think was a number 16....i thought is it the Alcaraz?......there were a few american navy ships there with their flags save that grey hamilton ship...hmmmm....esep esep....is it opsec? nde naman siguro....
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PF-16 will arrive when it arrives. I don't its that much helpful to our security if the embassy updates with pictures every week.
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PF-16 will arrive when it arrives. I don't its that much helpful to our security if the embassy updates with pictures every week.
@seWer, in my opinion there are certain pics that are for OPSEC but there are also pics for the Gen. Public... this MAY help in boosting the moral of our Navy Men and MAY help in getting the support that our Navy is asking from our nation... " We are a maritime nation... Support the Navy"
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I don't think the morale of navy men will improve further just by looking at pictures. They already know the ship is coming and some of their colleagues are already stateside and on board the ship undergoing training and familiarization.
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Nov 19 2012, 03:10 PM
PF-16 will arrive when it arrives. I don't its that much helpful to our security if the embassy updates with pictures every week.
@seWer, in my opinion there are certain pics that are for OPSEC but there are also pics for the Gen. Public... this MAY help in boosting the moral of our Navy Men and MAY help in getting the support that our Navy is asking from our nation... " We are a maritime nation... Support the Navy"
I Agree with sarry15 opinion but the problem is the PHI Embassy does not have a consulate office in S.Carolina which means someone has to travel down south from Washington perhaps 1X month which is hours away by land ...
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