spratly kaya ba ng warship ta bantayan?

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  • #152082


    jayr
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    “It’s been revealed that the Chinese are building their first aircraft carrier, the Varyag. At 300 metres in length, it will be 30 metres shorter than a US Nimitz class super-carrier. The hull of the Varyag dates back to the 1980s, was initially constructed by the Russians, and sat in a dockyard in the Ukraine rusting until it was purchased by the Chinese. While the vessel is set for sea trials later this year, the Chinese still have to master its use, including learning how to launch and recover jets, which should take them several more years to accomplish.”
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jun/09/china-aircraft-carrier
    Ano daw an China kun igwang carrier-usable aircraft?

  • #151916


    BIO
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    Tama ka, Pading Rod. An Tsina naghahanap ki testing and probing grounds para sa saiyang primerong aircraft carrier:
    China aircraft carrier sets sea trials July 1

    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    4:01 am | Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011 Posted by besguerra–>

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    HONG KONG—China’s first aircraft carrier—a remodeled Soviet-era vessel—will go on sea trials next week, a Hong Kong newspaper reported.
    China’s top military official reportedly confirmed earlier this month that Beijing was building a huge aircraft carrier, the first acknowledgement of the ship’s existence from China’s secretive defense program.
    On Tuesday, the Hong Kong Commercial Daily, which broke the story of the vessel’s confirmation, quoted unnamed military sources saying the carrier will go on sea trials on July 1 but the vessel will not be officially launched until October.
    The sources said the test had been expedited in view of rising tensions in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea)—home to the two potentially oil-rich archipelagos of the Paracels and Spratlys—in recent weeks.
    China’s military “hopes it will show the strength of the Chinese maritime forces to deter other nations which are eyeing the South China Sea in order to calm tensions,” the sources said.
    They added that the sea trial date was also picked to mark the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, but noted that factors such as weather could affect the planned test run.
    Chinese officials have previously said its first aircraft carrier would not pose a threat to other nations—in accordance with Beijing’s defensive military strategy.

    My biopoint is this:
    If the Philippines were to learn from this Spratly squabble, it is the fact that China has become more powerful economically, financially and militarily when China reduced her POPULATION GROWTH RATE starting in the late 70’s. China reported to the United Nations a few years back that her POPULATION POLICY has prevented the addition of 400 million more people to the present population of the world.
    Kaya su su sabi kan amigo kong nag-adal ki puro intsik sayang (forensic science), an ngaran niya, Lin Tian, iyan ngaya anstrateheya kan Tsina para umasenso y mahali an manga Intsik sa katiusan. An isinimbag ko ki Lin Tian? Siyempre, lintian.

  • #151903


    Rod
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    Maski Diesel Fuel garo masasakitan sinda para padalaganon ang Barco @ Flank Speed. Milspecs never had fuel economy as their primary objective.Iparada na sana ninda harani sa Spratly para matakot su mga Instsik. Marhay pa hinagad na sana ninda su USS Midway (CV-41) para igwa sindang Aircraft Carrier.Madurulag man nanggad an Instsik kaan pag nahiling nindang nakaparada sa Spratly’s. Again, the cost would be prohibitive.
    Marhay pa Padi mag volunteer ka as Trainer/Instructor para humaloy an service life can mga barco sato. Tabangan taka even though it’s not my area of expertise but I know enough to be dangerous.

  • #151893


    BIO
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    Pading Rod, tibaad pirmi sanang DISEL ENGINES an pag gamiton kan Philippine Navy, ta kaidto kan piggagamit mi ang Gas Turbines, at FLANK SPEED, each gas turbine consumes a whopping 1,000+ gallons of fuel per hour. Kahirak ngani kan fuel king buda katabang niya ta kaipuhan nasa fuel manifold siya para mag-ballast kan manga fuel tanks, buda dipungal na init sa engine room, garo piglalandag na kamote an manga watchstanders. Pero magiging maogma an crew kan Gregorio del Pilar pag nahiling ninda an pig-aapod ming ROOSTER TAIL.
    SAIL ON, TEAM MATES, SAIL ON.

  • #151883


    Rod
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    Pading Bio,
    Wow! nagmo-modernize na palan an Hukbong Pandagat kan Pilipinas. He-he-he. Ano daw an bagong specifications an pigpakaag kan Philippine Navy? Nakasakat na ako sa mga barko kan Phil. Navy kaidto, arog man kaini… surplus kan America. Nahihiling pa su mga numero buda su ngaran kan barco if you look at it at an angle. Narumduman ko, igwa sindang ataman na orig na pigbabahog kan slop duman sa stern area of the ship,Siguro Cudal kan orig su saro sa mods na pigpapaguibo ninda.
    Pero puerte man ta it’s a heck of lot better than what they have in their fleet plus they are now being introduced to modern propulsion system….. Gas Turbine Engine Technology.
    Wish them “Fair Winds and Following Seas”

  • #151872


    BIO
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    Dai pa sa Pilipinas su magiging pinakabagong barkong militar kan Pinas ta nagti-training pa an crew sa California.
    Kurapdot, (ihinghing ko ini sa saimo sana), medyo kabisado ko an engineering systems kan barkong iyan, magpuon sa saiyang bow thruster sagkud sa saiyang CONTROLLABLE pitch propeller. CONTROLLABLE, iyan an sarong tataramon na medyo aram ko buda paborito ko.
    BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PF-15)

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    For the Filipino revolutionary general, see Gregorio del Pilar. For the municipality in the Philippines, see Gregorio del Pilar, Ilocos Sur. For the decommissioned Philippine Navy ship, see BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PF-8).

    Career (United States)

    Name:
    USCGC Hamilton (WHEC-715)

    Builder:
    Avondale Shipyards

    Launched:
    December 18, 1965

    Commissioned:
    March 18, 1967

    Decommissioned:
    March 28, 2011

    Fate:
    transferred to Philippine Navy in 2011.

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    Career (Philippines)

    Name:
    BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PF-15)

    Namesake:
    Gregorio del Pilar (1875-1899), a Filipino revolutionary general

    Operator:
    Philippine Navy

    Acquired:
    13 May 2011

    Status:
    For refit in USA prior to commissioning to the Philippine Navy

    General characteristics

    Type:
    Frigate

    Displacement:
    3,250 tons, probably less due to removal of several weapons sensors system

    Length:
    378 feet (115m)

    Beam:
    43 feet (13m)

    Draft:
    8.75ft (2.67m)

    Installed power:
    5,800hp (4,300kW)

    Propulsion:
    Two Fairbanks-Morse diesel engines and two Pratt Whitney gas turbine engines

    Speed:
    28 knots (52km/h) max

    Range:
    14,000 nautical miles (25,900 km)

    Sensors andprocessing systems:
    Mk 92 mod. 1 Fire Control System

    Armament:
    Oto Melara 76 mm
    The BRP Gregorio del Pilar (PF-15) is slated to be the largest and most capable combat vessel of the Philippine Navy. An ex-US Coast Guard Hamilton class cutter, she was previously known as USCGC Hamilton (WHEC-715) and was transferred to the Philippine Navy on May 13, 2011. As of May 2011[update], she was still in the US for crew training and refit works according to Philippine specifications.[1] She is the second Philippine Navy ship to have borne the same name, the first being another ex-US Coast Guard Cutter. She is expected to be the first of several ex-US Coast Guard Hamilton-class cutt

  • #151868


    gisantis
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    lapa-lapa sana runot kita sa china na world war II pa si namanang barkong pandigma..pait!

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