WELCOME PHILIPPINES Signs Contract Turkish defense company FNSS will provide and integrate stabilized one-man turrets into tracked armored vehicles in the Philippines. This will be a project under the Defense Industry Cooperation Agreement signed between Turkey and the Philippines governments. The turrets are slated to be integrated on the vehicles in 2021, with training and logistics support services to be completed by December that year.

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9 thoughts on “FINALLY! WELCOME PHILIPPINES Signs Contract To Purchase FNSS Saber Turrets FROM TURKEY

  1. Roland Rivera says:

    That kinds of assets is good to attack or depend on the capable of reaching altitude when use aginst incoming missille or rocket but needs hi strength bullets or can escort to our naval force but needs big bullets capability to hit the ship three tube of 120 mm rocket size bullets can reach to 5 10 miles or more. With combination grenade launcher capable toreach 3 5 kms. Target.

  2. Zenon Roque says:

    Dapat lahat ng existing APC at AFV at MRAP na e aacquire ng AFP para sa Phil. Army at Phil. Marines e ilagay yan para mas may lakas bawat branches ng AFP ang dalawang Main Ground Forces ng AFP, e dapat talagang palakisin dahil ito ang magsisilbing last line of defense ng ating Bansa incase our Phil. Navy and Phil. Air Force failed to keep enemies at bay while trying to reduce thier strength and numbers, dapat kumpleto sa aerial firepower support mula sa mga attack heli's at light attack heli's, light MRF at Super Tucanos, at may sapat na dami at lakas mula sa Armor Division, namely Sabrah light medium tanks at tank destroyers, APC's, AFV's, MRAP's, MLRS, LBMS, CBMS, ICBM's, Artillery Division, more towed and self-propelled Howitzers, at sana kung may budget pa at kung kaya bumili din ang AFPkahit mga 100 units lang ng mga MBT Tanks, kasi sigurado akong kakailanganin ng AFP ang mga Main Battle Tanks, kagaya ng T-14 Armata, atMerkava Tanks at kung totoong may Leopard 2 na tayo even though its 8 units lang daw e ayos na but, mas maganda kung dagdagan, hindi ako sigurado dahil sa totoo lang parang tsimiss ang dating sa akin e, tungkol sa Leopard 2, but i'll take it , basta totoo, kesa wala tayong MBT Tank, kahit walo lang ok na sa ngayon, sana lang talaga totoo, at sana dagdagan ng AFP ang MBT tanks.

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