Hukbong Kawal Pandagat ng Pilipinas

Ang Hukbong Kawal Pandagat (PMC; Ingles na wika: Philippine Marine Corps), ay isang uri ng Kawal Pandagat ng Pilipinas, isang uri ng Kawal Marino na nasa patnubay ng Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas. ang trabaho nila ang magbantay ng mga Dakong Tubig Kagaya ng Ayungin Shoal Kung Saan nakalagak ang isang bantay barko ng Hukbong Dagat na BRP Sierra Madre. Naglulunsad sila ng mga labanan sa karagatan kasama ng Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas sila ay Katumbas ng Hukbong Katihan ng Pilipinas ngunit gamit pandagat.

Hukbong Kawal Pandagat ng Pilipinas
Philippine Marine Corps

Sagisag ng Hukbong Kawal Pandagat
Active 2 Nobyembre 1950; 73 taon na'ng nakalipas (1950-11-02)
Bansa  Pilipinas
Sangay Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas
Uri Kawal Pandagat
Sukat 8,300
Bahagi ng Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas
Garison/Punong himpilan Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Pilipinas
Palayaw PMC, Philippine Marines
"The Few, The Proud, The Marines"
"The Best in Soldiery"
Motto Karangalan, Katungkulan, Kabayanihan
("Honor, Duty, Valor")
Mga kulay Scarlet, Gold and Blue
Mga anibersaryo November 7
Mga pakikipaglaban Communist Insurgencies
Islamic Insurgencies,
Counter Insurgencies-Terrorism,
Civilian Military Operations,
International Peace Support and Humanitarian Relief Operations,
UN Peacekeeping Operations
Mga komandante
Kumandante ng Hukbong Kawal Pandagat Major General Emmanuel B. Salamat, AFP
Insigniya
Flag
Battledress identification patch
Emblem

Major Equipment

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Infantry weapons

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Picture Model Origin Type Caliber Version In Service Notes
Pistol
  M1911 pistol Padron:US
  Pilipinas
Semi-automatic pistol .45 ACP M1911 unknown Standard issue sidearm, mixed between former US stocks and new locally sourced units made by Armscor. Some pistols refurbished and upgraded by Government Arsenal.
Submachine gun
  Heckler & Koch MP5   Germany Submachine gun 9×19mm MP5A3
MP5A5
unknown Issued to Force Reconnaissance Battalion.[1]
  M3 submachine gun   Estados Unidos Submachine gun .45 ACP M3A1 Upgraded unknown Some reserved units refurbished and upgraded with Picatinny rail, optical sights, and suppressors. Used by armored crew and support troops.[2][3]
Assault rifle
M16 rifle Padron:US
  Pilipinas
Assault rifle 5.56×45mm A1
A1 (enhanced)
A1 Dissipator
A2
unknown Standard issue rifle, either made by Colt USA or Elisco Tool Philippines. Government Arsenal refurbishing M16A1-standard rifles to M16A1 (enhanced).
  Night Fighting Weapons System   Pilipinas Assault rifle 5.56×45mm NFWS unknown Introduced in 2004, developed by the PMC based on M16A1 rifle after experiences in the MSSR. Used by Force Recon Battalion.[4]
  M4 carbine Padron:US Carbine 5.56×45mm Colt M4 & M4A1
Remington R4A3
unknown
6,443 (+969)
Remington R4A3 to replace the M16A1 as the PMC's standard rifle. 6,443 units will be delivered to the PMC from the first batch of 50,629 delivered to the AFP.[5] More expected from additional orders made by AFP. Colt M4s are used by Force Recon Battalion.
  Heckler & Koch HK416   Germany Carbine 5.56×45mm D10RS & D14.5RS unknown Used by Force Recon Battalion.[6]
  CAR-15 Padron:US Carbine 5.56×45mm M653
M653P
unknown Used by Force Recon Battalion.
  M14 rifle Padron:US Battle rifle / designated marksman rifle 7.62×51mm M14 unknown Standard battle rifle, several were installed with optics and used as designated marksman rifles.
  M1 Garand   Estados Unidos Semi-automatic rifle .30-06 Springfield M1 unknown Used for ceremonial purposes. Others distributed to ROTC units armed and trained by the Philippine Marine Corps.
Sniper rifle
  M21 Sniper Weapon System   Estados Unidos Sniper rifle 7.62×51mm M21 unknown Standard sniper rifle
  Marine Scout Sniper Rifle   Pilipinas Sniper rifle 5.56×45mm MSSR 1st Gen
MSSR 2nd Gen
MSSR 3rd Gen
unknown Introduced in 1996, developed by the PMC based on M16A1 rifle.[4] Effective in primary to intermediate ranges.
  Remington Model 700   Estados Unidos Sniper rifle 7.62×51mm M40A1 unknown Introduced the M700P in 2004, modified by the PMC to M40A1 standard to suit their requirements[4][7]
  Barrett M95   Estados Unidos Sniper rifle .50 BMG M95 unknown Used by Marine Scout Snipers.[4]
Machine gun
  FN Minimi   Belgium Light machine gun 5.56×45mm Minimi 76 Standard Squad Automatic Weapon.[8]
  M60 machine gun   Estados Unidos General-purpose machine gun 7.62×51mm M60E3
M60E4
unknown
>230
Standard general purpose machine gun. 230 new M60E4 (Mk. 43) delivered in 2014. Several older M60E3 were refurbished to M60E4 standards by Government Arsenal.
  M1919 Browning machine gun   Estados Unidos Medium machine gun .30-06 Springfield M1919A4
M1919A6
unknown Used for static/base defense, mounted on vehicles, including gun trucks, and training of auxiliary and reserve units.[3][9]
  M2 Browning   Estados Unidos Heavy machine gun .50 BMG M2
M2A1
unknown Standard heavy machine gun. Either on tripod or vehicle mounted.
Grenade Launcher
  M203 grenade launcher   Estados Unidos Grenade launcher 40mm M203
M203A1
unknown Attached to M4/M4A1 and M16A1/M16A2 rifles.
  M320 Grenade Launcher Module   Germany Grenade launcher 40mm M320
M320 stand-alone
unknown Attached to HK416 carbine. Several units are in stand-alone system.
  M79 grenade launcher   Estados Unidos Grenade launcher 40mm M79 unknown
  Milkor MGL   Estados Unidos Grenade launcher 40mm M32A1 unknown In limited numbers.[10][11]
CIS 40 AGL   Singapore Automatic grenade launcher 40mm Standard 0 (+8) 8 ordered in 2014.[12]

Anti-tank and Assault Weapons

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Picture Model Origin Type Caliber Version In Service Notes
  Armbrust   Germany/  Singapore Anti-tank Weapon 67mm Armbrust AT unknown Sourced from Singapore, in limited numbers as an alternative to recoilless rifles.[13]
  M72 LAW   Estados Unidos Anti-tank Weapon 66mm unknown unknown In limited service with the Force Reconnaissance Battalion.
  M40   Estados Unidos Recoilless rifle 105mm M40 unknown Vehicle mounted, mostly on M151 or MMPV vehicles.
  M67   Estados Unidos Recoilless rifle 90mm M67 unknown Standard shoulder-mounted assault and anti-tank weapon.

Night Vision Equipment

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Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes
  AN/PVS-14   Estados Unidos Monocular Night Vision Device M914A unknown
  AN/PVS-7   Estados Unidos Binocular Night Vision Device - unknown
Night Optics Argus D-740   Estados Unidos Night Vision Weapons Sight D-740 unknown used on Night Fighting Weapon System Rifles[14]
Night Optics Gladius D-760   Estados Unidos Night Vision Weapons Sight D-740 unknown used on Night Fighting Weapon System Rifles[14]
Litton M845   Estados Unidos Night Vision Weapons Sight M845 Mk.II unknown used on Night Fighting Weapon System Rifles[14]
  AN/PEQ-2   Estados Unidos Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light - unknown

Armored vehicles

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Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes
  KAAV7A1   Republika ng Korea   Estados Unidos Armoured Personnel Carrier KAAV7A1 0 (+8) Delivery expected by 2 years & 6 months after the signing of the contract.[15]
  LVT-5   Estados Unidos Amphibious Fire Support Vehicle LVTH-6 4 Previously out of service, refurbished and recommissioned in 2006 with armor upgrades.
  Commando   Estados Unidos Armoured personnel carrier V-150 ~18 Delivery starting 1975,[16] at least 18 known in service[17] and 12 refurbished in 2007.[18]
LAV-300   Estados Unidos Armored personnel carrier & Fire Support Vehicle V-300 APC
V-300 FSV
12
11
Introduced in early 90s. 23 in service as at 2012,[19] 1 FSV destroyed in enemy action.
  M35 Armored Gun Truck   Estados Unidos/
  Pilipinas
Armored Gun Trucks M35 Gun Truck unknown Several M35 2 1/2-ton cargo trucks were converted to armored gun trucks by the PMC using armor plating from decommissioned LVT-5, acting as armored personnel carriers or armored escort vehicles.[20]

Utility vehicles

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Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes
Marine Multi-purpose Vehicle   Pilipinas Light Utility Vehicle and Weapons Carrier MMPV unknown To replace the M151, or as a cheaper alternative to the Humvee. Several are armed with an M40 106mm recoilless rifle[21]
  Delta Mini Cruiser   Pilipinas 1/4-ton Light Utility Vehicle M1777 unknown Divided into several variants and series, including short and stretched utility and armed variants, and modified variants for specialized units.
  M151   Estados Unidos 1/4-ton Light Utility Vehicle and Weapons Carrier Standard In Service, several carrying M40 106mm recoilless rifle.
  AM General HMMWV   Estados Unidos Light Utility Vehicle M998A1
M1038A1
M1025A1
unknown Divided into several variants and series
  Maxi-Ambulance   Estados Unidos Light Utility Vehicle M1152 4 23 delivered to AFP in November 2011,[22] PMC received 4 units.
  KM-45 Series   Republika ng Korea 1 1/2-ton Utility Vehicle
Field Ambulance
KM-450
KM-451
<50
12
651 purchased by AFP on 2007, 61 units shared by Navy/Marines and Air Force[23]
60 km-451 field ambulance purchased by AFP in 2012, 12 went to the Marines.
  Freightliner M2   Estados Unidos Utility Truck M2 106 Crew Cab 6 Hauler for Riverine Patrol Boat trailer, each with RPB trailer.[24]
  M35 Truck   Estados Unidos 2 1/2-ton Utility Vehicle M35 Divided into several variants and series. More delivered in 2013.
  KM-250 Series   Republika ng Korea 2 1/2-ton Utility Vehicle KM-250 -
  M939 truck   Estados Unidos Heavy Utility Vehicle M923 Several delivered to AFP in 2013, several units for the Marines.[25]
KM-500 Series   Republika ng Korea 5-ton Utility Vehicle KM-500 12 155mm Artillery prime mover. 1st batch of 6 delivered 2012.
Hydratek D2488   Estados Unidos Amphibious Support Vehicle D2488B 10 Acquired in 2015.
  LARC-V   Estados Unidos Amphibious Support Vehicle LARC-V 5 Most refurbished in 2006.
GKN Aquatrack   Reyno Unido Amphibious Support Vehicle Aquatrack 2 Introduced in the mid 1990s. Originally owned by the Office of Civil Defense but under PMC stewardship.

Artillery

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Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes
Mortar
M75 mortar   Pilipinas 60mm Mortar M75 unknown Several hundred units were produced as part of the AFP Self-Reliance Defense Posture Program starting 1977, several distributed for the PMC.[26]
  M29 mortar   Estados Unidos 81mm Mortar M29 unknown In service.[19]
Field Artillery
  M101   Estados Unidos 105mm Towed Howitzer M101 ~23 Total 150 delivered to the AFP, majority with the Army. Delivered in 1957-1958.[16]
  Mod 56   Italya 105mm Towed Howitzer Mod 56 ~20 Total 250 delivered to AFP, majority went to the Army. Delivered in 1983.[16][17]

Anti-Aircraft

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Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes
  Bofors 40mm L/60   Sweden/  Estados Unidos Anti-Aircraft gun Single Naval Mk. 3
Twin Naval Mk. 16
- Formerly ship-mounted anti-aircraft guns, transferred to the PMC. Mounted on trailer carriages.[17][27] More being planned as the navy transfers more gun mounts to the PMC.
  Oerlikon 20mm gun   Switzerland/  Estados Unidos Anti-Aircraft gun Single Naval Mk. 10 Formerly ship-mounted anti-aircraft guns, transferred to the PMC. Mounted of M35 2 1/2-ton trucks.[17][27]
  M2 Browning   Estados Unidos Heavy machine gun Twin Naval Mk. 56 Formerly patrol boat-mounted guns, either mounted on a naval gun tub fitted on an M35 2 1/2-ton trucks that tows the Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft gun trailers, or on trailer mounts.[17][27]

Watercraft

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Mga sanggunian

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  10. USMC’s New M-32s/ MSGLs: Hitting the Field
  11. Milkor grenade launcher
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  13. "Armbrust in the AFP". Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong 6 Enero 2014. Nakuha noong 6 Hunyo 2012.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
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  20. "Archive copy". Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong 2010-06-11. Nakuha noong 2017-04-17.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  21. "Archive copy". Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong 2018-03-22. Nakuha noong 2017-04-17.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
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  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 [3]
Picture Model Origin Type Version In Service Notes