PH Navy vessels test fire armaments in Cebu

PH Navy vessels test fire armaments in Cebu

 


Modernization and professionalism of the country’s Armed Forces continues as the last Philippine Navy’s Naval Forces Central (NAVFORCEN), through Naval Task Force 50, spearheaded the test firing of naval armaments aboard Navy vessels BRP Alfredo Peckson (PC372) and BRP Ivatan (LC298) at vicinity South of Camotes Island, Cebu, last October 28, 20202.

According to the report submitted by the NAVFORCEN, the test firing exercise was participated by the officers and enlisted personnel of said vessels for proficiency in firing and readiness of its heavy machine guns, LMGs, and other crew-served weapons.

“The gun exercise aimed to test and ensure the operational readiness of naval armaments and evaluate the knowledge and skills of the personnel aboard ship for combat readiness utilizing the “killer tomato” as the target,” NAVFORCEN said.

(photo credit to PN Navy)


Both Philippine Navy vessel were able to test all their armaments to maintain integrity, capability, and mission-ready status.

“The activity was done following the guidelines published by the Inter-Agency Task Force on safety and health protocols. Central Command through Naval Forces Central will continue to ensure and maintain the operational readiness of its naval assets to promote a safe and secured maritime environment in the Visayas,” NAVFORCEN said.

 

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