BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117)
BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117)
|Builder:||Korea Tacoma Shipyard, Chinhae, South Korea|
|Fate:||transferred to Philippine Navy in 2006|
|Name:||BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117)|
|Status:||in active service, as of 2018[update]|
|Class & type:||Tomas Batillo class (Chamsuri Wildcat PKM class)|
|Type:||Fast Attack Craft|
|Displacement:||148 tons full load|
|Length:||121.4 ft (37 m)|
|Beam:||22.6 ft (7 m)|
|Draft:||5.6 ft (1.7 m)|
|Propulsion:||2 × MTU MD 16V 538 TB90 diesel engines @ 6,000 hp, 2 shafts|
|Speed:||32 knots (59 km/h) max|
|Range:||600 nautical miles (1,100 km) at 20 knots|
|Boats & landing
|1 × Motorized Rubber Boat|
|Furuno type navigation and surface search radar|
BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117) is a Tomas Batillo class fast attack craft of the Philippine Navy. It is part of the second batch transferred by the South Korean government in 2006. It was formally commissioned with the Philippine Navy in 2007.
The ship took part in the Exercise SEACAT 2011 between Philippine and US navies as part of Naval Task Force 61 between 14 and 24 of June 2011.
US Navy 090906-N-0120R-113 An 11-meter rigid hull inflatable boat operated by members of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines (JSOTF-P) pulls alongside a Philippine Navy patrol boat.jpg
BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117) during search & rescue operations for survivors from the sinking of SuperFerry 9.
US Navy 090906-N-5231R-102 Two Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats operated by the members of U.S. Joint Special Operations Task Force^ndash,Philippines (JSOTF-P) approach a Philippine Navy patrol boat.jpg
BRP Dionisio Ojeda (PG-117) with two rigid hull inflatable boats operated by the members of U.S. Joint Special Operations Task Force–Philippines (JSOTF-P)
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