Philippine Fleet deploys 4 attack boats in their respective area of responsibility

Philippine Fleet deploys 4 attack boats in their respective area of responsibility




The Philippine Navy is never letting this pandemic affect their operations with respect to making sure that our waters will remain free of any unfriendly personalities, most especially now that five naval assets have been newly-repaired.
Last June 25, the Philippine fleet sent of 4 attack boats during a simple Send-Off Ceremony at Captain Moya Boat Landing, Naval Base Cavite, Sangley Point, Cavite City.


Three (3) MPACs under the 3rd Boat Attack Division and BA-484 were sent off during the said ceremony.
(photo taken from Philippine Fleet Facebook page)

“The 3rd Boat Attack Division, composed of BA488, BA489 and BA491, will sail ahead to Naval Forces Western Mindanao while Boat Attack 484 will be under the Naval Forces West,” the Philippine Fleet said.
The sending off ceremony, is but the start for the four (4) MPACs deployment in their respective area of responsibility.
(photo taken from Philippine Fleet Facebook page)

“As you go forth to your next destination, bring with you the knowledge and skills that a true leader and a warrior have to successfully accomplish the missions which will be given to you. Good luck to your next journey and make your Navy prouder. I am wishing you fair winds, clear skies and following seas,” Philippine Fleet commander Rear Admiral Loumer P. Bernabe said.



The deployment is vital in strengthening the country’s littoral defense and for the improvement of maritime interdiction capability of their respective area of responsibility within the maritime waters of the Philippine archipelago.




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