Rappler's latest stories on Philippines warship
Navy chief Vice Admiral Giovanni Carlo Bacordo hails the new warship as 'the great milestone and accomplishment of the defense sector in decades'
A christening and commissioning ceremony for the BRP Jose Rizal originally set for June 19 is postponed 'due to unavoidable circumstances,' says the Navy
BRP Jose Rizal is the most powerful and lethal of the Navy's warships
The BRP Jose Rizal will be the most powerful, first ever missile-capable warship in the Philippine Fleet
New warships and attack vessels are lined up for one of Asia-Pacific's most under-equipped navies
The future BRP Jose Rizal is transferred to the water for the first time during a launching ceremony at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea
The Philippine Navy says the ceremonial steel cutting will likely happen in South Korea on April 30
(UPDATED) Senators fail to probe deeper into why the defense department and the Navy did not come to a compromise
If the innocence of Bong Go depended on a vote among the warm bodies inside the Senate compound, he would have won hands down. But the probe failed to pursue questions that would have given more light on the frigates issue.
'The hearing will shed answers and more information on the Frigates Acquisition Project,' says former Philippine Navy chief Vice Admiral Ronald Mercado
The warships will be the Philippine military s biggest and most capable
The chosen consultant is expected to lend technical expertise including inputs on seaworthiness and design
The funds will be used instead to acquire two frigates for the Philippine Navy
BRP Ramon Alcaraz PF 16 the Philippines newest warship is set to arrive in Manila in August