In humble silence lies a team of warriors

NAVSOG NEWS/PHOTOS

The Angry Frog !!!

Just receipt the photo recently from a good old friend of mine back into the game down range, first time I met this guy was way back in the military hospital, the doctor once told this frog his leg injury is so serious that he may not even get back to the game but he told me that ” That does not work out for me”, so I asked again what is the biggest motivation for going back to the game, he said again to me

” Bro, there is nothing compare to the feeling of hunting another man and fight for my other frog brothers who paid the ultimate price and sacrificed their life for us” without them I won’t be able to live by now , those brothers are what I really fight for!!!

Why called ” Angry Frog ” :

The story is quite interested, during Christmas 2013 the frog friend ordered the ” T3 Gear Modular Assault Pack ” from us, good friend of ours was going to the Philippines so we ask him to carry the pack for us back and send it straight from PH to save time and money, the local delivery service told my friend there is absolute no problem and we can do the door to door delivery service but there will be an extra cost for the door to door, so my friend said no problem as long as you can delivery the stuff to him as soon as possible as soon as he saw the cash pull out from his wallet the delivery man said ” Yes sir, No problem we will delivery it”

10 days after, Angry frog contacted me and ask me if I have send the package, I said yes and I have ask a friend of mine to send it by “L***C” express delivery service, have you not receive your package yet? Angry frog replied: NO NEVER (Angry begins)…I knew something went wrong so I gave him the tracking number and the person in charge so he may contact the logistic company direct.

After hanging up the phone with the logistic company delivery man and found out that the delivery many was laying and told my friend they can not delivery into that area due to many reasons, so my friend started to get angry but he knew it is the way of living there, talk the talk don’t walk the walk. he told the guy ” Fine, then there should be a local office so I can pick up the package myself” the delivery guy answered: Yes it is **** area…. Once my friend heard that area name he turned into ” Angry Frog”  and shouted do you have idea who I am and where that place is??? You better think again and delivery that package ASAP or else your office might blow up next time !!!

Angry frog told me he was really angry because:
1.  The delivery guy lie to him and try to cheat his money
2. The local pick up point was in the center area of terrorist territory, they have no idea how many times we raided there and confiscated many weapons and others , to enter that area as by himself was too dangerous.

After “speaking” with the manager of the logistic company  felt his anger and seriousness decided to delivery the package again and until the moment of the actual delivery clams down the angry frogman!

Right After the packaged was delivered, AF was really happy and satisfied with the pack that he ordered because of the material and quality of stitching makes the gear very tough for his missions, he puts the pack on his PC right away and put our patch on his pack and vest and send us back the photos real time, we really thank him for showing the support Hooyah!!!

Angry Frog set up his LMT modified rifle with the T3 molle assault pack with the SP patch on the back that just delivered to the range in base.

Angry Frog conducting patrol mission down range with T3 Gear molle assault pack with SP patch in southern parts of Philippines jungle.

“Angry frog with his frog mate after the maritime patrol with SP patch on”

After the long patrol mission, the angry frog was happy and satisfied with the T3 molle assault pack and enjoyed the breeze with his buddy on their assault boat.

God bless the year of 2014 for those warriors who stood front for us and protect our freedom.
SP will bring you more updated post in the year of 2014.
Cheers to all

 


CROSS WITH THE US FROGS 2010~

CAVITE, Philippines ,A member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group participates in a battlefield exercise during a combat medic subject matter expert exchange at Naval Base Cavite, Philippines. Three U.S. Navy special warfare operator (SEAL) medics assigned to Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, conducted a course for 20 Philippine Navy SEALs on how to immediately treat battlefield injuries.

U.S. Navy Special Warfare Operator 1st Class (SEAL) Medic from Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines teaches members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group proper procedures for administering intravenous fluids during a medical subject matter expert exchange in Cavite, Philippines, , 2010. U.S. Navy SEALs are training their Philippine counterparts during a month-long combat medic course to increase skills for treating casualties during combat operations. After the course, the Philippine trainees will return to their home units to teach the techniques to others.

CAVITE, Philippines A special warfare operator (SEAL) medic assigned to Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, critiques students from the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group who are administering first-aid to a victim with an arm injury during a field medical exercise. Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines and Armed Forces of the Philippines partnered for the month-long course to learn a variety of treatments for combat-related injuries. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Theresa Donnelly/Released)

HOOYAH!!! NAVSOG!!!


NAVSOG VBSS

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 19, 2009) Members of a U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team brief Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors aboard Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50) following an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 20, 2009) Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors confront U.S. Sailors portraying crewmembers aboard military sealift command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong at-sea exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination within a scenario that gives participating navies practical maritime interception training opportunities. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 19, 2009) A Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailor apprehends a U.S. Sailor portraying a person of interest he found hiding aboard the Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 20, 2009) Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors confront U.S. Sailors portraying .contact of interest. crewmembers aboard military sealift command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong at-sea exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination within a scenario that gives participating navies practical maritime interception training opportunities. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)


PN NAVSOG IN C.A.R.A.T 2009 CEBU

Part 2 coming soon.


THE COST OF WAR IN MINDANAO!!!

To all the people in the Philippines,give your prayers to those warriors who fought for you during your silent and safe night in all the city,they are the true warror and true protector of all the Filipino cityzen.

This is the cost of WAR!

God bless all of those warriors who past away.

Hooyah to all of you!


Maritime interdiction operation exercise

080819-N-1231T-006 PHILIPPINES (Aug. 19, 2008 ) During a maritime interdiction operation exercise, Philippine visit, board, search and seizure team members secure the bridge aboard the Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50) as part of a Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) exercise. SEACAT brings several countries together for simultaneous bilateral exercises with the United States to enhance maritime security and interoperability. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 3 Mark Thomas/Released)

080819-N-1231T-003 PHILIPPINES (Aug. 19, 2008 ) During a maritime interdiction operation exercise, Philippine visit, board, search and seizure team members move up a ladder while boarding the Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50) as part of a Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) exercise. SEACAT brings several countries together for simultaneous bilateral exercises with the United States to enhance maritime security and interoperability. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 3 Mark Thomas/Released)


Close Battle Combat (CBC) training

061023-N-4953E-006 Philippine Sea (Oct. 23, 2006) – A visit, board, search, and seizure team assigned to guided-missile destroyer USS Stethem (DDG 63) and a Philippine Navy Special Operation Group (NAVSOG) prepare to perform Close Battle Combat (CBC) training on an oil rig for training off the coast of the Philippines. The two groups trained in close battle combat (CBC) and pier movement on board an oil rig. Stethem is currently off the coast of the Philippines participating in bilateral exercises, Exercise Talon Vision (TV 07) and Amphibious Landing Exercise (PHIBLEX 07). Stethem is currently a part of the forward-deployed naval force stationed in Yokosuka, Japan.

U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Danny Ewing Jr. (RELEASED)


VBSS with US NAVY

Southern coast of Palawan, Philippines (Oct.21,2006) Chief Warrant Officer (CWO-2) Jeff Edward McElhannon from USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) leads a unit of personnel off the Philippine Navy coastal patrol  gunboat Fredericko Martir (PG 385) to  conduct a rehearsed takedown of the Harpers Ferry bridge during a simulated Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure (VBSS). The Harpers Ferry’s  VBSS team conducted multiple VBSS scenarios as part of the combined bi-lateral exercise in the Republic of Philippines, Talon Vision and Amphibious Landing Exercise (PHIBLEX) FY 07. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Charles Green (RELEASED)


40th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting!

Members of the Philippine Naval Special Operations Group (NAVSOG) patrol the waters off Manila bay near the venue of the 40th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and the 14th ASEAN Regional Forum at the Philippine International Convention Center, Manila, Philippines, 27 July 2007. More than 6,000 policemen and soldiers have been deployed to secure Manila during the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and the ASEAN Regional Forum

Divers from the Philippine Navy Special Operations Group secure the waters off Manila Bay near the venue of the 40th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and the 14th ASEAN Regional Forum at the Philippine International Convention Center (partly seen at right) in Manila, Philippines Friday July 27, 2007. The 23-member ASEAN and Dialogue Partners are to meet July 29-Aug. 2, 2007 in Manila with the drafting of the new ASEAN Charter and regional security as their main agenda.

Source: Militaryphotos.net


Navy Anniv 2007.

Notice their Tiger Stripe has change to a lighter then the previous one




TIGER FROGS IN CEBU 2006!

Philippine Navy troops prepare to patrol coastal areas in Cebu province, central Philippines on Thursday 07 December 2006

Members of the Philippine Naval Special Operations Group , an elite team of Navy Seals, dive underwater to check for any possible bombs within the vicinity of the bridgeway to be used by state leaders heading for the Cebu International C

Philippine Naval Special Operations Group , an elite team of Navy Seals, dive underwater to check for any possible bombs within the vicinity of the bridgeway to be used by state leaders heading for the Cebu International Conventio


Philippine Navy troops prepare to patrol coastal areas in Cebu province, central Philippines on Thursday 07 December 2006-

Philippine Navy troops prepare to patrol coastal areas in Cebu province, central Philippines on Thursday 07 December 2006

(The Senior SWG operator was wearing the Lowpro Trident Cap)


WITH US SEALS 2006!


R.I.P MY BROTHERS October.2.2007

 Elite Philippine Navy commandos belonging to the Naval Special Operations Groug (NAVSOG) carry the casket of one of their comrades killed in recent clashes against the suspected al-Qaeda linked Abu Sayyaf group, on its arrival at a chapel at Camp Navarro in the southern Philippine city of Zamboanga, 02 October 2007. Four naval commandos and six suspected Muslim extremists were killed 02 October fighting in the southern Philippines island of Basilan. AFP PHOTO/ THERENCE KOH (Photo credit should read THERENCE KOH/AFP/Getty Images)

(菲律賓海軍特種部隊在10月2號2007 菲律賓南部的Zamboanga城市中的教堂 提著他們陣亡弟兄的棺木是於最近一場與al-Qaeda 有連繫的Abu Sayyaf group,在10月2號Basilan島戰役之中總有4位弟兄和6位回教恐怖份子陣亡) 

 

These people are the true warriors who sacrifice their life to exchange for all the silent and peacefull night for all the people in the Philippines and Asia. We must pay more respect and give all support to those warriors becasue they are the silent guardian ,they are the silent proffessionals.

這些是真正的勇士,他們用自己的命來換取菲律賓與全亞洲每一個安寧和平的夜晚.我們要更加尊敬他們並全力支持因為他們是我們沉默守護神也是沉默專家

HOOYAH TO ALL THE BROTHERS!!!


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