U.S. Coast Guard concludes training series for Philippine Coast Guard

U.S. Coast Guard concludes training series for Philippine Coast Guard


The modernization of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) continues, amidst the pandemic and all the issues surrounding in the West Philippine Sea (WPS).

United States Coast Guard (USCG) instructors conducted three training courses for the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) from March 8 to May 14, 2021 to strengthen maritime law enforcement capabilities.

As per the PCG, the training series included a two-week Boarding Officer Course, a two-week Outboard Motor Maintenance training, and a four-week Small Boat Operations event, all of which focused on developing the capability of prospective PCG instructors who can plan and conduct similar courses in the future.

USCG instructor provides boat handling and navigation training to PCG students.
(photo credit PIA)

The courses were held at the US-funded Outboard Motor Center of Excellence in Balagtas, Bulacan, and at the Coast Guard Surface Support Force Headquarters at Pier 13 of the Manila Port Area.  The primary PCG participants came from the Surface Support Force and Special Operations Force.

These events showcased the enduring bilateral efforts to enhance PCG’s operational capability and strengthen the USCG-PCG partnership.  They also highlighted PCG’s ability to continue critical training activities while maintaining operational priorities and COVID-19 response commitments.  This series will be followed by an advanced instructional training later in 2021.



BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Join the most trending Online Negosyo now.


For only 17,888 you can have 5 online shops of various food, health and beauty products, plus Ninja Ion and Coppermask.


Reserve your slots now. Send a message by clicking the button below.


Ask me how, leave me a message in  https://www.facebook.com/siomai.online0212/



What can you say about this?

Share us your thoughts by simply leaving on the comment section below. For more news updates, feel free to visit our site often.

Stay updated with today's relevant news and trends by hitting the LIKE button.


Thanks for dropping by and reading this post.


Report from PIA


Disclaimer: Contributed articles does not reflect the view of THE PH CHRONICLES. This website cannot guarantee the legitimacy of some of the information contributed to us. You may do additional research if you find some information doubtful. No part of this article maybe reproduced without permission from this website.

Post a Comment