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Judah14
Post subject: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 16th, 2014, 7:53 am
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Since I thought the scenario in my first Philippines AU didn't fit right, now here is a new one. In this AU Philippine history goes on as in real life until the Philippine Revolution, which ended successfully for the Philippines and has been an independent country since 1898. After World War II, the Philippines became the most well-developed country in Southeast Asia and a regional power.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 16th, 2014, 7:55 am
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Jose Rizal Class DDG:
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length: 140 m
beam: 17.4 m
draft: 6.7 m
displacement (max): 6,200 t
speed: 29 kts
range: 9,200 nm @ 14 kts
complement: 240
propulsion: 2 General Electric LM2500 gas turbines, 4 Caterpillar 16V diesel engines
Sensors:
Thales SMART-L (EWC variant on BRP Jose Rizal) air search radar
Thales APAR AESA multifunction radar
Thales Mirador EO sensor system
Thales Scout surface search/navigation radar
Furuno navigation radar
Thales Sabre electronic warfare system
Thales UMS4110 hull-mounted sonar
Space reservation for Thales CAPTAS-4 variable depth sonar
Communication systems:
P-MILCOMSAT SATCOM
VHF/UHF antennas
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Armament:
1x BAE Systems 127 mm Mark 45 Mod 4 gun
48-cell Mk. 41 VLS strike-length for a mix of Evolved Sea Sparrow missiles (quadpacked), Standard Missile 2 MR, Standard Missile 2 ER, Standard Missile 3 (on BRP Jose Rizal), Archangel and P-ASROC
8x P-AShM Sibat anti-ship missiles
2x triple 324 mm torpedo tubes with MU90 Impact ASW torpedoes
1x Phalanx II 25 mm CIWS
2x Oto Melara MARLIN 30 mm remote weapon stations
2-4x M2HB 12.7 mm machine guns
Decoys:
Mk. 36 SRBOC
Aircraft:
2x SuperLynx 300 ASW helicopter
Boats:
2x Propmech Intrepid RHIB

The Jose Rizal Class guided missile destroyers were developed to replace the Andres Bonifacio Class (Philippine variant of Charles F. Adams Class destroyer). These ships are used as escorts for the aircraft carrier BRP Luzon and (after the BMD upgrade) as ballistic missile defense platforms. The Jose Rizal Class features an advanced antiair warfare built around the Thales APAR AESA multifunction radar and SMART-L volume search radar. The ships also have the capability to fire P-ASROC antisubmarine missiles (carrying the MU90 Impact torpedo) and Archangel supersonic land attack/antiship missiles. In February 2012 the BRP Jose Rizal was fitted with the EWC variant of the SMART-L radar, allowing detection of ballistic missiles at a range of 2000 km. The capability to fire Standard Missile 3 was added, giving BRP Jose Rizal the capability of engaging ballistic missiles. Upgrades to the CIC were also made, with new Thales MOC Mk4 consoles to replace the previously used Thales MOC Mk3. In August 2014 BRP Jose Rizal successfully engaged a ballistic missile target at the Pacific Missile Range Facility with a SM-3. The rest of the class will eventually receive the upgrade.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 16th, 2014, 8:05 am
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Emilio Jacinto Class FFG:
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length: 120 m
beam: 15.8 m
draft: 4.5 m
displacement (max): 3,700 t
speed: 27 kts
range: 8,000 nm @ 14 kts
complement: 130
propulsion: 4 Caterpillar 16V diesel engines
Sensors:
Thales SMART-S Mk2 air search radar
Thales SEAPAR active phased array multifunction radar
Thales Mirador EO sensor system
Thales Scout surface search/navigation radar
Furuno navigation radar
Thales Scorpion electronic warfare system
Thales Kingklip hull-mounted sonar
Thales CAPTAS-2 variable depth sonar
Communication systems:
P-MILCOMSAT SATCOM
VHF/UHF antennas
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Armament:
1x Oto Melara 76 mm Super Rapid gun
8-cell Mk. 41 VLS SDLS-length for Evolved Sea Sparrow missiles (quadpacked)
8x P-AShM Sibat anti-ship missiles
2x triple 324 mm torpedo tubes with MU90 Impact ASW torpedoes
1x Phalanx II 25 mm CIWS
2x Oto Melara MARLIN 30 mm remote weapon stations
2-4x M2HB 12.7 mm machine guns
Decoys:
Mk. 36 SRBOC
Aircraft:
1x SuperLynx 300 ASW helicopter
Boats:
2x Propmech Intrepid RHIB
The Emilio Jacinto Class frigates were developed as a relatively cheap but effective frigate design to complement the Jose Rizal destroyers in blue-water roles. These frigates are the mainstay of the Philippine Navy and have been offered for export to several countries.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 16th, 2014, 9:52 am
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Good work again, as in previous thread.

To be honest, Brooke FFG or Baleares Class would be more resonable for Philippine Navy. Adams were expensive to operate, mostly due to propulsion system. Perhaps Garcia/ Brooke frigates could be built uner license, while Fletcers and Gearings could also aquired for free.


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Judah14
Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 16th, 2014, 12:26 pm
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The Philippines in this AU has little to do with the real Philippines, as I wrote in this AU Philippine history goes as in real life until the Philippine Revolution. And the Philippines WWII onwards here is like Japan in that era in real life.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 18th, 2014, 2:57 am
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Pampanga Class LHD:
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length: 169.5 m
beam: 29.6 m
draft: 6.7 m
displacement (max): 18,000 t
speed: 21 kts
range: >12,500 nm
complement: 100 crew + 792 troops
propulsion: 4 Caterpillar 16V diesel engines
Sensors:
Thales SMART-S Mk2 air search radar
Furuno navigation radar
Communication systems:
P-MILCOMSAT SATCOM
VHF/UHF antennas
Link 11/16
Armament:
1x Phalanx II 25 mm CIWS
1x Oto Melara MARLIN 30 mm remote weapon stations
2-4x M2HB 12.7 mm machine guns
Decoys:
Mk. 36 SRBOC
Aircraft:
8x NH90TTH
Boats:
2x LCU
The Pampanga Class LHD is a license-produced version of the Damen Schelde Enforcer 18000 LHD design. They replaced older LSD's of the Bulacan Class that were in service since the 1960's. Modifications were made to the original design so that it will fit Philippine requirements, such as the addition of the 25 mm CIWS, 30 mm gun and chaff launchers. A ship of the class, BRP Bataan, shares a name with a US Navy LHD of the Wasp Class.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 18th, 2014, 5:36 am
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The Royal Schelde Enforcer has more sense for Philippine AU. Well done.


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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 24th, 2014, 4:06 am
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here's the frigate on bidding
https://imageshack.com/i/idA6PgFIp


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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 24th, 2014, 12:11 pm
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Hiblood12 wrote:
here's the frigate on bidding
https://imageshack.com/i/idA6PgFIp
I think this deserves its own thread, since this Republika ng Pilipinas AU is a fictional version of the Philippines had the Philippine Revolution been fully successful.

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Post subject: Re: Republika ng Pilipinas AUPosted: December 27th, 2014, 1:52 am
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Emilio Jacinto Class FFG (Batch II):
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length: 120 m
beam: 15.8 m
draft: 4.5 m
displacement (max): 3,700 t
speed: 27 kts
range: 8,000 nm @ 14 kts
complement: 130
propulsion: 4 Caterpillar 16V diesel engines
Sensors:
Thales SMART-S Mk2 air search radar
Thales SEAPAR active phased array multifunction radar
Thales Mirador EO sensor system
Thales Scout surface search/navigation radar
Furuno navigation radar
Thales Scorpion electronic warfare system
Thales Kingklip hull-mounted sonar
Thales CAPTAS-2 variable depth sonar
Communication systems:
P-MILCOMSAT SATCOM
VHF/UHF antennas
Link 11/16
Armament:
1x Oto Melara 76 mm STRALES gun with DART guided munitions
16-cell Mk. 41 VLS strike-length for a mix of Evolved Sea Sparrow missiles (quadpacked), Archangel and P-ASROC
8x P-AShM Sibat anti-ship missiles
2x triple 324 mm torpedo tubes with MU90 Impact ASW torpedoes
1x Phalanx II 25 mm CIWS
2x Oto Melara MARLIN 30 mm remote weapon stations
2-4x M2HB 12.7 mm machine guns
Decoys:
Mk. 36 SRBOC
Aircraft:
1x SuperLynx 300 ASW helicopter
Boats:
2x Propmech Intrepid RHIB
The Batch II version of the Emilio Jacinto Class is an improved version of Batch I with the addition of the Oto Melara STRALES 76 mm gun system with DART guided munitions and a 16-cell strike-length Mk. 41 VLS that allows the use of Archangel supersonic land attack/antiship missiles and P-ASROC antisubmarine missiles. The CIC has also been improved, with the Thales MOC Mk4 replacing the MOC Mk3 used on the Batch I ships.

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