US transfers P1.38-B Worth Military Equipment to PH

US transfers P1.38-B Worth Military Equipment to PH


The Americans seems to be pouring it on with respect to its military assistance to its oldest military ally in Asia.

Military capability of the country’s Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) got its much needed boost as the United States of America gave the country P1.38 billion ($29 million) worth of defense gears, including snipers and anti-IED equipment.

Department of National Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana was there to personally accept the equipment signifying both country’s warmer alliance.

(Photo credit to DND)

Acting US Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, who is currently in town relayed to his counterpart Delfin that a C-130 military transport aircraft will be delivered to the AFP on Dec 17.

Sec. Lorenzana and Sec. Miller have agreed to boost further the Mil to Mil engagement between the two countries.

“We are grateful for the support provided by the United States as we continuously work on the enhancement of the Philippines’ defense capabilities,” Lorenzana said.


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