Space Technologies for Philippine Navy

The Naval Research and Technology Development Center (NRTDC) and Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) met last week to explore options in the optimum utilization of space technology for the Philippine Navy (PN). NRTDC, in collaboration with PhilSA, is crafting a Philippine Navy Space Plan which will serve as a roadmap for the application of space technologyContinue reading “Space Technologies for Philippine Navy”

NRTDC Assesses Hybrid Aircraft System for Navy Operations

The Naval Research and Technology Development Center (NRTDC) assessed a potential system for naval operations last March 4. The manned hybrid aircraft, also known as Winged-In Surface Effect (WISE) aircraft, is currently being developed by Cebu Technological University through the Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology ResearchContinue reading “NRTDC Assesses Hybrid Aircraft System for Navy Operations”

Armed with guns and explosives, rebels are trained to hate and fight against the AFP and PNP

Armed with guns and explosives, rebels are trained to hate and fight against the AFP and PNP. But with the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP), they have a chance to return to the folds of the law and live a life where they don’t need to kill or be killed. Let’s welcome and laudContinue reading “Armed with guns and explosives, rebels are trained to hate and fight against the AFP and PNP”

Reds behind 141 Incidents of Use of Anti-Personnel Mines (APM) resulting in 224 Casualties since 2010

Reds behind 141 Incidents of Use of Anti-Personnel Mines (APM) resulting in 224 Casualties since 2010 CAMP AGUINALDO, Quezon City – The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) has confirmed the occurrence of 141 incidents of use, stockpiling, transporting and production of Anti-Personnel or Land Mines installed by Communist Terrorist Groups (CTGs) to promote theirContinue reading “Reds behind 141 Incidents of Use of Anti-Personnel Mines (APM) resulting in 224 Casualties since 2010”