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BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392) Career (Philippines) Name: BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392) Namesake: Juan Magluyan was an officer of the Philippine Offshore Patrol during the Commonwealth Government period, and was the Chief of the Philippine Navy in the 1960s. Operator: Philippine Navy Ordered: 1995 Builder: Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Co., Batangas, Philippines Acquired: 1998 Commissioned: July 1998 Status: in active service, as of 2010[update] General characteristics Class and type: Jose Andrada class Type: Coastal Patrol Craft Displacement: 56.4 tons full load [1] Length: 78 ft (24 m)[1][2] Beam: 20 ft (6.1 m)[2] Draft: 5.8 ft (1.8 m)[2] Installed power: 2,800 hp (2,100 kW)[2][3] Propulsion: .[2][3]* 2 x Detroit 16V-92TA Diesel Engines 2 x 35-kW Diesel generators 2 shafts Speed: 28 knots (52 km/h) maximum [1][2] Range: 1,200 nmi (2,200 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h) [1][2] Boats and landing craft carried: 4-meter rigid inflatable boat at aft[3] Complement: 12[2] Sensors and processing systems: [2] Raytheon AN/SPS-64(V)2 I-band Navigation / Surface Search Radar Armament: [2][3]* 1 × Bushmaster 25mm 75-cal. Mk 38 Mod 0 cannon 4 x 50-cal. 12.7 mm GP machine guns 2 x 7.62 mm M60 GP machine guns The BRP Juan Magluyan (PG-392) is one of the Jose Andrada class coastal patrol boats of the Philippine Navy. It is part of the third batch of its class ordered in 1995, and was commissioned with the Philippine Navy on July 1998.[1][2] She is currently assigned with Naval Forces West in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. She was funded using FMS credits by the United States government. As part of the third batch ordered for the same class, she was built by the Philippine partner of the Trinity-Equitable Ship Yard of New Orleans, the Batangas-based Altantic Gulf & Pacific Co. Shipyard.[1] She also appears to have a bulletproof covering over the pilothouse windows.[3] The ship spent time in dry dock at Colorado Shipyard in Cebu in 2005.[4] Notable Operations Upon the conception of Task Force Stingray in 2005, which patrols the Guimaras Strait and the Visayan Sea to guard Boracay island, BRP Juan Magluyan was one of the original ships included in the task force.[5] BRP Juan Magluyan, together with other Philippine Navy ships, joined the Essex Expeditionary Strike Group of the United States Navy during Balikatan 2008 exercises.[6] On 28 September 2009, BRP Juan Magluyan brought 20 rescued fishermen from Balabac to Puerto Princesa, Palawan for further medical treatment.[7] References ^ a b c d e f Manokski's ORBAT @ Hueybravo Jose Andrada class. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Saunders, Stephen: Jane's Fighting Ships 107th Edition 2004-2005. Jane's Information Group Ltd, 2004. ^ a b c d e Wertheim, Eric: The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World 15th Edition, page 553. Naval Institute Press, 2007. ^ GlobalSecurity.org PG Jose Andrada class. ^ Newsflash.org Task Force Stingray ^ US Navy Official Website RP-US Balikatan 2008 Exercises. ^ Navy Today Navy Rescues 20 Cebuano Fishermen in Palawan External links Philippine Navy Official website Philippine Fleet Official Website Philippine Defense Forum