Navy opens direct enlistment for aircraft mechanics, avionics technicians

The Philippine Navy’s Naval Air Wing has opened direct enlistment for interested and qualified individuals for aircraft mechanic and avionics technician positions. The Naval Air Wing said it is “looking for interested and qualified people to be the aircraft mechanics and avionics technicians of the growing number of Philippine Navy air assets.” Interested aircraft mechanics […]Read More

JTU Pag-asa recognizes engineers for 24-hour energization of WPS island

During the Monday, June 21 morning flag-raising ceremony, the Joint Task Unit (JTU) Pag-asa Commander LT Rey S. Tibay bestowed certificates of appreciation to the Project Engineers of National Power Corporation(NPC) headed by Engr Rogelio Balagtas together with Engr Melvin Alejandrino, Engr Gilbert Guarin, and Engr Jonas Fuertes for their initiatives and efforts, that led […]Read More

AFP chief assures acquisition of more modern assets like multi-role

The Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Monday assured the acquisition of modern defense assets to build up the military’s air capability and competency. “We will pursue the acquisition of more modern assets such as the Multi-Role Fighters to beef-up our air defense capability. These shall boost the morale […]Read More

US Naval Attaché to Philippines reaffirms stronger bilateral relations

The United States Naval Attaché to the Philippines, Capt. Noel Corpus paid a courtesy call on the Philippine Navy Flag Officer In Command, Rear Adm. Adeluis Bordado at the PN headquarters on June 17. Rear Admiral Bordado and Captain Corpus discussed several important issues and topics concerning the two navies’ close and long-standing relationship, as […]Read More

US Navy holds shock trial for newest, most advanced aircraft

On Friday, June 18, the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) successfully completed the first scheduled explosive event as part of Full Ship Shock Trials (FSST). The first-in-class aircraft carrier was designed using advanced computer modeling methods, testing, and analysis to ensure the ship is hardened to withstand battle conditions, and these shock trials provide […]Read More

PCG, BFAR undergo US-led combat casualty care training in Palawan

Another successful training partnership was conducted by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in a U.S. Civil Military Support Element – Philippines-led medical exercise held in El Nido, Palawan on 14 to 17 June 2021. A total of 20 participants composed of officers and crew members of […]Read More

Philippine Coast Guard conducting anti-terrorism, anti-piracy exercises

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), through the Task Force Pagsasanay, will conduct anti-terrorism and anti-piracy exercises in Southern Mindanao, particularly at the vicinity waters off Zamboanga Peninsula, Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi. The week-long maritime security and law enforcement exercises will happen on 21 to 27 June 2021. It will be participated by four capital ships […]Read More

5.1K cops fired, 18K punished for various offenses – PNP

A total of 5,151 police officers have been dismissed from the service due to various offenses since 2016 as a result of the intensified internal cleansing program of the Philippine National Police (PNP). Citing the latest data as of June 16, PNP chief Gen. Guillermo Eleazar said Monday a total of 18,664 police personnel were […]Read More

PHL, Saudi Arabia agree on heightened partnership on labor reforms,

The Philippines and Saudi Arabia renewed the shared commitment Sunday to further heighten cooperation aimed at ensuring the well-being of Filipino migrant workers in the Kingdom underscoring their significance in Saudi Arabia’s development. Presidential Assistant on Foreign Affairs Robert E. A. Borje and Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MHRSD) Minister Ahmad Sulaiman Al […]Read More