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A7x

Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« on: September 07, 2013, 02:36:42 am »



AFP ang pangalawa sa ASEAN noong
1960s-1970s
nangunguna ang North Vietnam
sa kanilang 1 million man strong, 1,500 boat strong
at 300 MiG strong, 800AA/SAM installation military

nang pumasok ang mid 1970s napaguunahan
na ang AFP ng Malaysia, Thailand at sumunod
ang Indonesia at Singapore.
nagsipag kuha sila ng 20 hanggang 40 F-5E Tiger 2
at sinundan pa ng unang 12 F-16 sa Singapore 1998

Ang nakakapag palakas pa sa AFP
noong 1960s - 1980s ay ung US bases
kung wala mga yun di hamak na
mas malakas ang North Vietnam
dahil sa limpak limpak na weaponry na pinadala
ng USSR. gayunpaman

sa kasagsagan ng 1981
ang Pilipinas ay nasa $700 gdp per capita
kapantay ng Thailand at nasa 2% ata ng GDP
ang pondo ng AFP. "mataas na daw un"

at ang Air Force ay may

18 airworthy F-5A/B
at 25 F-8 Crusader

kasama rin dito ang maraming supply
ng AIM-9 Sidewinder.

Nang binaril si Ninoy Aquino noong Agosto 1983
Bumaba ang GDP ng Pilipinas. -6% isang quarter
hanggang sa bumaba ng $503 ang per capita

Dito narin nagsimulang mangalawang ang mga F-5
Pag dating ng 1991. 10 hanggang 15
lamang ang airworthy na F-5A/B

at halos lahat ng F-8 Crusader ay nawasak
sa pagputok ng Pinatubo kasama na rito
ang ilang choppers

gkhan

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2013, 06:51:06 pm »
Kaya importante na gamitin muna sana ni Senyor Simyon ang isang taon ng kanyang sariling pork ang limang squadron ng Rafale fighter jets at missile systems at gumawa sa mga shipyards sa Cebu at Subic ng mga frigates, cruisers at PT boats. Nangangailangan dito ang pagbibigay ng mga insentibo sa pamuuhunan sa pag gawa ng mga ganitong barkong pandigma.  Kailangan magbuo ng bagong National Security Investments Act upang makapang anyaya sa mga kapitalista dahil malaking puhunan ang kailagan sa pagbuo ng isang barko.

IORIâ„¢

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2013, 11:43:44 am »


pero disiplinado pa rin sila  toast::

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BlueAlphaZero

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2013, 01:43:15 am »
Personally, I'm of the opinion that one major reason why the AFP lost its way was because a certain president made the higher-echelon officers believe that they were above and beyond all civilian authority and the rule of law; that they were the sole foundation upon which the integrity of the Philippines stood; and that they could act with impunity under the guise of "national security" when they were simply acting in their own selfish interests.
Custodite fideliter quod quae credita est fideliter ad vos.

ugmemike

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2013, 01:10:58 pm »
kung tinuloy lang din sana ang nuclear base sa Bataan..  Imaginin niyo kung ano na lang ang meron tayo. mga walanghiyang corrupt kase.  dapat dun ibalik eh at isaayos para may sarili tayong sourcde of energy.  takot na lang nila satin hehehe... 

iprioritize ang military power.  gayahin ang south korea na lahat ng citizen at a certain age is required 2 years service sa military..

praeto_RYAN

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #5 on: September 29, 2013, 11:40:06 pm »
kung tinuloy lang din sana ang nuclear base sa Bataan..  Imaginin niyo kung ano na lang ang meron tayo. mga walanghiyang corrupt kase.  dapat dun ibalik eh at isaayos para may sarili tayong sourcde of energy.  takot na lang nila satin hehehe... 

iprioritize ang military power.  gayahin ang south korea na lahat ng citizen at a certain age is required 2 years service sa military..

i don't see the relevance of the nuclear power plant in bataan with rewspect to our nation's military capabilities.  nuclear power plant po yung bataan and not nuclear warhead or armament.  not unless we are going to use tazers directly connected to power outlets, with foreign threats, then i dont see the relevance of the BNPP. 
When you brighten another's path, you also brighten your own. - Transsiberian (2008)

$Money-Talks$

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #6 on: December 22, 2013, 11:52:34 am »
For the past years the army is being used by the government for their personal reasons. But as of now. Aquino Administration is creating a good image of PH Army. They are improving their skills and their training also their facility. Even the Assets like aircraft , ships and land resources are improving and renewing.

gotenks

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2013, 04:39:16 pm »
Personally, I'm of the opinion that one major reason why the AFP lost its way was because a certain president made the higher-echelon officers believe that they were above and beyond all civilian authority and the rule of law; that they were the sole foundation upon which the integrity of the Philippines stood; and that they could act with impunity under the guise of "national security" when they were simply acting in their own selfish interests.
Also starting from Cory her distrust of a strong AFP specially after those failed coup d'état even in Ramos time the budget of AFP is very low

ardz5869

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2014, 03:33:26 am »
proud ako sa mga sundalo natin. matatapang. mahusay ding tumakas. haha. at least buhay. ::drool

schwack

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2014, 04:18:49 am »
Kung nakita nyo na sana yung ibang sasakyan ng AFP ngayon, kaso mukhang not allowed pa yata ipakita in public. Ituloy lang ang modernization ng AFP atleast nakikita natin na may napupuntahan ang kaban ng bayan, problema lang dami kasing epz.

Catt Robertson

Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines Rise and Fall..
« Reply #10 on: January 29, 2018, 06:19:31 am »
I think the situation will be much different after the elections. I've seen here https://essayvikings.com/college-research-paper that Philippines are not doing the best at the moment and the army reform is currently on pause as both global and local political situation is too unstable.