Telosian Commonwealth of the Philippines


Mabuhay Pilipinas!

National Anthem

Chosen Land


167,492,500 (Mainland)

9,257,100 (Territories)

Official Languages

English, Filipino (National)


Unitary Presidential Republic under Constitutional Monarchy


Jose Roxas

Vice President

Antonio Escudero


Philippine Congress

Upper House

Senate of the Philippines

Lower House

National Assembly

The TELOSIAN COMMONWEALTH OF THE PHILIPPINES is a quasi-independent self-governing protectorate of Telosia. In the late 20th century, military forces of the Imperial Cattirian Regime attacked and invaded the Philippine archipelago, easily overpowering the weak and outdated Armed Forces of the Philippines. This lasted until the liberation of the islands by joint Telosian-American forces during Operation Leviathan, thus becoming a Telosian colony. Full autonomy was granted months later, and the country began securing peace with other nations, especially ones of conflicting ideologies.

Following years upon years of development, the Philippines is said to be a first-world nation. About 8.2% of the current population lies below the poverty line, an amazing development since the beginning of the second pre-colonial era. Metro Manila, the economic and political center of the nation, has a population of just over 22 million and is dotted with skyscrapers and modern buildings. The country also has a reasonably large transportation base, with immense improvements in mass transit and the construction of an HSR network connecting several major islands from Luzon to Basilan. However, despite the economic growth, several remote regions in the country still remain underdeveloped due to lack of supply. Most are found in the dense jungles at the heart of an island, and are also outposts of the rebel faction known as the New People's Army.

The Philippine Commonwealth Armed Forces continues to expand aggressively, to ensure total defense for the country's vast population in times of war. It has been involved in several other conflicts, and has become one of the most feared military forces of the world. Although it may be powerful, the PCAF would never be used to unjustly take other nations' territories and oppress their peoples.


Application Form

  • What will be your IC name? (Must be Spanish/Filipino name, you could search up a list of names on the Internet)
  • What ships/kinds of ships will you be bringing?
  • How active are you on BSCF/BSCF Discord?
  • What is your desired rank/command in the Grand Fleet (Ex. Submarine commander, 1st Fleet, etc.)?
  • Are you willing to fight until death, until everything around you has been destroyed?

Attention: Only Neutralartuen has the authority to construct ships using points, to be organized. You can ask if you want a certain class of ships constructed.

International Status

The Philippines has the freedom to build its own diplomatic relations, but it must conform or be neutral towards the Telosian stance in global politics.

Philippine Threat Level

Philippine Threat Level
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Current Threat Level: UNKNOWN

  • BSCF events have become very confusing. The Philippines has been placed in a dangerous position at current time, but RP is not pushing forward at all. Thus, our threat level is unknown.

Foreign Relations


Name Duration Allies Enemies End Result Events
Philippine-Spanish War, War of Independence 8/19/1896-8/13/1898 Philippines, United States of America Spain Allied Victory Cry of Pugadlawin, Battle of Manila Bay, Mock Battle of Manila, Treaty of Paris, Battle of san Juan del Monte, Tejeros Convention, Pact of Biak-na-Bato
Philippine-American War 2/4/1899-7/2/1902 Philippines United States of America Enemy Victory Mock Battle of Manila, Treaty of Paris, Sta. Mesa Encounter, Battle of Tirad Pass, Balangiga Massacre
Pacific War, World War 2 12/7/1941-9/2/1945 Philippines, United States of America, United Kingdom, British India, British Burma, British Malaya, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Dutch East Indies, USSR, France, Mongolia, Mexico Japan, Thailand Allied Victory Bombing of Pearl Harbor, Saipan, Midway, Solomon Islands, Guam, Conquering of Manchuria and French Indo-China, Bombing of Manila, Battle of Bataan, Death March, Guerrilla Movements, Battle of Leyte Gulf, Bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima
Telo-Cattirian War ? Telosia, America Cattiria, China, Chile ? Operation Leviathan
Philippine-Cattirian War 5/1/17-? Philippines, Telosia Cattiria Peace Treaty Operation Deterrent
War on Kekistan/Operation Angel Blade ? Philippines, Telosia, USSR, Israel, France, China, Cattiria, UCPR, India, Chile, Greenland Kekistan, Singapore (de-facto) Allied Victory Battle of Kekstantinople, Second Battle of Warsaw, Liberation of Italy, Battle of Guintacan, etc.


Name Duration Allies Enemies End Result Events
Operation Third Island 3/19/2017-3/24/2017 Philippines Muslim terrorist groups in Mindanao Allied Victory Battle of Sulu, Datu Unsay Incident
Operation Typhoon 4/2/2017-? Philippines, Telosia, Korea Imperial Japanese Rebels Undecided Invasion of Chichijima, Attack on the Tokugawa
Operation Deterrent 5/1/17-5/9/17 Philippines Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, Cattiria Partial Allied Victory Cattirian/Filipino Blockade Incident

Territorial Data

The Philippines 
- Area: 298,170km2
Bonin/Ogasawara Islands
- Area: 84km2
- Area: 465.55km2
- Area: 102km2
- Area: 121.5km2
Marutea Sud
- Area: 14km2
Volcano Islands
- Area: 32.55km2
- Area: 1.332km2
- Area: 8,482m2 (0.008482km2)
- Area: 298km2
Chagos Archipelago
- Area: 56.13km2
Canary Islands
- Area: 7,493km2
- Area: 2,333km2
- Area: 801km2
Cape Verde
- 4,033km2
- 72,500km2





The Grand Fleet of the Philippines is the naval arm of the PCAF. It used to be ridiculed by many, operating WW2-era ships even many years after the war. Now it is a highly-developed force, one of the most powerful in the world. It is vital in preserving the nation, a vast archipelago of over 7,000 islands.



Note: This roster does not include ships semi-permanently deployed overseas as part of a defensive force. For the roster of said ships, please refer to the Current Military Deployments. A (/) following a number denotes that ships of the said class are deployed overseas, followed by the number deployed.

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Pilipinas BBG (9) 1 0 0 0
Hari BBG (8) 0 0 1 1
Giyerero BBG (6) 1 1 0 0
Leyte BBG (8) 1 1 0/1 1
Manuel Quezon BBG (4) 0 2 0 0
Samar BBG (6) 0 1 1 0
Aklan BBG (6) 0 1 1 0
Pangasinan BBG (7) 1 1 0 0
Trece Martires BBG (8) 0 0 1 0/1
Visayas BBG (8) 1 1 0/1 0/1
Sibuyan BBG (8) 0 1 0 1
Malolos BBG (7) 0 0 1 1
Mindanao BBG (8) 1 0 0 0
Zamboanga BBG (8) 0 1 0 1
Bukidnon BBG (7) 1 1 0 0
Benguet BBG (7) 1 0 0 0
Juan Cailles BBG (7) 0 0 0 1
San Vicente BB (6) 0 0 0 1

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Calapan SCVGN 1 0 0 1
Ifugao SCVG 1 1 1 1
Pana CVFGN 2 2 2 2/1
Batangas CVG 5 3/1 2/3 3/1
Agusan del Norte CVFGN 0 1 0 1
Surigao CVLG 6 4/2 3/4 6
Cainta SCVG 1 1 1 0/1
Antonio Luna SCVG 1 1 1 1
Bayan CVHG 3 3 3 0/3
Shariff Kabunsuan CVEG (42) 3 2 2 2
Dicasalarin SCVGN 2 2 2 2
Olongapo CVHG 1 1 1 1
Tagaytay SCVG 1 0 0 0
Luzviminda SCVGN 3 3 2/1 3

* Up to 15 x Super Cruisers per Class 
* Up to 20 x Heavy Cruisers per Class
* Up to 25 x Light Cruisers per Class

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Espada BC (9) 1 0 0 0/1
Corregidor CAG 5 5 3/2 5
Cagayan CSG 3 3 4 2/1
Illigan (MAX) CLG 6 6 7 6
Bulusan CAG 4 1/3 3 4
Cebu CAG 3 2 1/2 1
Tejeros (MAX) BCG (8) 1 1 1 1/1
Pio del Pilar CSG 1 0 0 1
Jose Ignacio Paua CLG 2 1 1 1
Teresa Magbanua CSG 0 1 1 0
Siaton CLG 1 2 2 1

* Up to 60 x Destroyers per Class

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Matapang DDG 23 15/8 23 9/14
Dunong DDG 10 10 10 6/4
Silang (MAX) DDG 17 17 9/8 12/5
Manila (MAX) DDG 25 25 19/6 17/8

* Up To 150 x Frigates Per Class
* Up To 175 x Corvettes Per Class

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Basilan FFG 30 30 17/15 26/3
Almiro CCG 32 32 16/16 16/16
Basco (MAX) FFG 38 38 31/6 31/6
Homonhon CCG 8 8 5/3 8
Koronadal (MAX) FFG 37 37 38 30/8
Malabuyoc CCG 14 14 14 14

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Ravena PVO 35 20/12 16/18 47

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Bohol AS 2 2 2 2

Ship Class Ship Type # Active (1) # Active (2) # Active (3) # Active (4)
Bataan LHD 5 5 5 5
Tabuk ACS 3 3 3 4
San Antonio LSD 2 2 2 2

Production Records

* 9/3/17: +400 (+50)
* 9/7/17: +1630; Scrapped: 1 x Jose Rizal-Class BBG (50), 3 x Malakas-Class BB (150), 4 x Manuel Roxas-Class BB (200), 2 x Datu-Class BB (100), 2 x Bocaue-Class BB (100), 15 x Cavite-Class CS (450), 20 x Iloilo-Class CAG (175), 10 x Aurora-Class CS (300), 2 x Manila-Class BB (105)
* 9/10/17: +400 (+50)
* 9/12/17: +312; Scrapped: 2 x New Manila-Class BBG (105), 1 x Kalinga-Class BB (50), 1 x Abra-Class BB (50), 3 x Taksil-Class BBG (157)
* 9/15/17: +638; Scrapped: 11 x Camiguin-Class DDG, 15 x Candon-Class DDG, 14 x Limasawa-Class DDG, 18 x Kabankalan-Class DDG, 17 x Laguna-Class CEG, 8 x Agusan del Norte-Class CLG, 9 x Marikina-Class CLG, 5 x Parañaque-Class CAG, 2 x Bacolod-Class CSG
* 9/17/17: +400 (+50)
* 9/24/17: +400 (+50)
* 10/1/17: +400 (+50)
* 10/8/17: +400 (+50)
* 10/15/17: +400 (+50)
* 10/20/17: +360; +1200 each week for 4 weeks [Scrapping Recalculated]
* 10/22/17: +400 (+50), +1200
* 10/29/17: +400 (+50), +1200
* 11/5/17: +400 (+50), +1200
* 11/12/17: +400 (+50)
* 11/19/17: +400 (+50)

* 9/3/17: -400 (-50); 1 x Luzviminda-Class SCVGN (200), 9 x Bagyo-Class SSG (180), 2/5 x Basilan-Class FFG (20/50)
* 9/7/17: -1135; 3 x Luzviminda-Class SCVGN (600), 7 x Silang-Class DDG (105), 43 x Basilan-Class FFG (430)
* 9/16/17: -800 (-50); 4 x Luzviminda-Class SCVGN (800), 0/8 x Homonhon-Class CCG (0/40), 0/2 x Almiro-Class CCG (0/10)
* 9/17/17: -0 (-50); 0/10 x Almiro-Class CCG (0/50)
* 9/24/17: -95 (-50); 19/10 x Almiro-Class CCG (95/50)
* 9/28/17: -1600; 4 x Luzviminda-Class SCVGN (800), 21 x Silang-Class DDG (315), 29 x Malabuyoc-Class CCG (145), 14 x Koronadal-Class FFG
* 10/1/17: -0 (-50); 0/10 x Almiro-Class CCG
* 10/8/17: -0 (-50); 0/10 x Almiro-Class CCG
* 10/15/17: -0 (-50); 0/10 x Almiro-Class CCG
* 10/20/17: -1560; 13 x Illigan-Class CLG (325), 3 x Tejeros-Class BCG (600), 3 x Homonhon-Class CCG (20), 2 x Matapang-Class DDG (30), 20 x Silang-Class DDG (300), 3 x Almiro-Class CCG (15), 6 x Guimaras-Class SSG (120), 3 x Masbate-Class SSGN (120)
* 10/28/17: -1600 (-50); 2/10 x Almiro-Class CCG (10/50), 3 x Basilan-Class FFG (30), 2 x Homonhon-Class CCG (10), 2 x Koronadal-Class FFG (20), 3 x Malabuyoc-Class CCG (15), 21 x Manila-Class DDG (315), 54 x Bagyo-Class SSG (1080), 3 x Tablas-Class SSGN (120)
* 11/3/17: -600; 10 x Silay-Class SSG (200), 10 x Tablas-Class SSGN (400)
* 11/4/17: -1000 (-50); 0/3 x Homonhon-Class CCG (0/15), 1/7 x Malabuyoc-Class CCG (5/35), 64 x Manila-Class DDG (960), 1 x Bulusan-Class CAG (35)
* 11/11/17: -1600 (-50); 122 x Koronadal-Class FFG (1170/50), 43 x Basco-Class FFG (430)
* 11/18/17: -400 (-50); 45 x Basco-Class FFG (400/50)
* 11/23/17: -400 (-50); 6 x Basco-Class FFG (10/50), 39 x Basilan-Class FFG (390)

Numbered Fleet Roster

* 1st Fleet
- Home Port: Guiuan, Samar
- Commanders: Fleet Admiral Manuel Ricarte, Admiral Jacinto Aguinaldo

* 2nd Fleet
- Home Port: Subic, Zambales
- Commanders: Fleet Admiral Angelo Florante

* 3rd Fleet
- Home Port: Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte
- Commanders: Fleet Admiral Don Alonzo

* 4th Fleet
- Home Port: Cavite City, Cavite
- Commanders: Fleet Admiral Diosdado Quezon, Admiral Jose Dominguez, Admiral Abraham Velasquez, Vice Admiral Rodrigo Duterte, Vice Admiral Edgar Alvarez

Submarine Squadrons

* 1st Submarine Squadron
- Home Port: Guiuan, Samar
- Commanded by: Admiral Benjie Osmeña, Vice Admiral Jun Morales, Vice Admiral Danilo Cruz, Rear Admiral Jaime Cristobal

Submarine Class Submarine Type # Active
Guimaras SSG 8/14
Baler SSA 12
Tablas SSGN 3
Ternate SSG 5
Silay SSG 6/2
Bagyo (MAX) SSG 30/29

* 2nd Submarine Squadron
- Home Port: Mactan, Cebu
- Commanded by: Vice Admiral Antonio dela Cruz, Rear Admiral Mateo Chavez

Submarine Class Submarine Type # Active
Guimaras SSG 5
Masbate SSGN 5
Talikud SSGN 3
Tablas SSGN 15
Ternate SSG 6
Silay SSG 12
Bagyo (MAX) SSG 16

Other Equipment

Ship Class Vessel Type Number Active
HC6 Landing Craft, Air Cushioned 180
AVH Landing Craft, Air Cushioned Too Many

List of Naval Bases

Note: Although this is considered a list of naval bases, it is not a complete list. Most of the bases listed are only important, strategic or significant bases that are listed simply to enhance RP.

Naval bases are named after notable officers in the Navy or the Grand Fleet but are usually known by their location.


  • Naval Base Cavite City: Cavite City, Cavite. Head


  • Naval Base Guiuan: Guiuan, Samar.


Alternate Naval Weapons

A list of naval weapons that are not directly represented on ships.

Naval Support Command (NSC)

The Naval Support Command is a sub-branch of the PCAF under command of the GFP. The NSC is in charge of every auxiliary ship of the GFP. Although its ships are mostly unarmed or very lightly armed, the NSC is a vital factor in the military strength of the Philippines.

Ship Class Number Active
Legazpi 17

Ship Class Number Active
Mabini 24

Ship Class Ship Type Number Active
Valencia RO-RO 11
San Andres Expeditionary Transport 6

Ship Class Number Active
Habag 7



The Philippine Air Force is the air arm of the PCAF. With the help of Telosia, it has become one of the world's most powerful air forces. It has grown from what used to be a small force of turboprop aircraft in the early 21st century to a feared airborne force capable of striking targets thousands of kilometers away with frightening accuracy, stealth and precision.


Note: Aircraft numbers do not include those stationed overseas as part of a defensive force. For the said numbers, please refer to the Current Military Deployments.

Aircraft Aircraft Type Number Active
F-114 Superhawk Fighter 143
F-115 Firehawk Fighter 320
F-118 Adarna Air Superiority Fighter 46

Aircraft Number Active
F/A-20 Golden Hawk 1,205
F/A-45 Animo 5,236
F/A-50 Fighting Eagle 3,810
F/A-65 Pabureal 497

Aircraft Aircraft Type Number Active
XF100 Light Attack/Trainer 274

Aircraft Number Active
B-2 Maya 315
B-3 Phoenix 28
B-4 Mulawin 86

Aircraft Aircraft Type Number Active
AH-3 Saxon Light Attack Helicopter 180
MH-2 Multirole/Utility Helicopter 393
SH-1 ASW Helicopter 632

Aircraft Aircraft Type Number Active
MT-01 UAV, Recon/Strike 285

AC-20 Gunship 110
P-1 Marlin Patrol Bomber 30
P-2 Dagat Patrol Bomber 106
E-1 Aga AEW&C 76

Liberty One

Liberty One is the callsign of any plane carrying the President of the Philippines. It is usually a modified Xenda P-100ER with registration RP-001, a long-range narrow-body jet airliner that has a range of approximately 12,550km.

PAF Airlift Command (PACOMM)

Aircraft Aircraft Type Number Active
KC-15 Tanker 45
C-1 Araw Heavy-Lift Transport C-1A: 49 C-1B: 41

Philippine Strategic Missile Command (PSMC)

The Philippine Strategic Missile Command deals with all strategic, i.e. long-range ballistic missiles, operated by the PAF. It is a powerful force, a sign of militarization and prosperity. The PSMC, has pledged never to use WMD warheads according to international law.

Missile Inventory

Missile Name Range Warhead
ATB-RAM 3,500km 4 x 250kt Conventional + Decoys
FM-10TR Range Classified, Est. 3,200km 24 x 850kt Conventional + Decoys

Missile Name Range Warhead
FM-10 Approx. 12,620km; Exact Range Classified 16 x 750kt Conventional + Decoys; 24 x 550kt Conventional + Decoys



The Philippine Commonwealth Army is the ground warfare branch of the PCAF. The PCA is a well-rounded force, both in offense or defense.

What is most unique about the PCA, however, is its use of FMA (Filipino Martial Arts) in training. Filipino Martial Arts are said to be the most well-rounded and practical fighting techniques in the world. They are not conflicting with other fighting styles, but instead strengthening them. FMA focuses on traditional blade/stick movements, which can be applied onto almost anything from a rifle, umbrella, cellphone, credit card and even a bottle of water.

Total Active (Reserve) Personnel: 5,963,600 (8,763,900); PCASFC Classified


Name Vehicle Type SVSD Rating Number Active
M1 Ranger MBT SVSD 1 2,102
M2 Leon MBT SVSD 1 820
M3 Kamao MBT SVSD 1 2,391

Name Vehicle Type SVSD Rating Number Active
SA-21 Self-Propelled Howitzer SVSD 1 2,647
G2M1 Lion MLRS SVSD 0.6 1,981
S-100 SPAAG SVSD 1.2 1,525
R-10 MLRS SVSD 1.2 2,992
R-20 Kawal MLRS SVSD 1 2,404

Name Vehicle Type SVSD Rating Number Active
FV4035 Lynx IFV SVSD 1 180
TPM-450 Charioteer APC SVSD 1 4,746
Type 10 APC SVSD 1.2 5,245
Type 20 Musang IFV SVSD 1 2,174
Type 44 MCV Mobile Command Vehicle SVSD 1.2 1,025
Type 50 ARV Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle SVSD 1.2 1,742
TTV Troop Truck SVSD 1.2 9,192
TCT Cargo Truck SVSD 1.2 5,063

Name Vehicle Type SVSD Rating Number Active
ACA-104 Rizal SAM TEL SVSD 0.6 486
ACM-106 Century Towed Land-Based CIWS SVSD 1.2 415
R-30 Tabak Towed SAM launcher SVSD 2 848

Heavy Ordnance Corps (HOC)

The Heavy Ordnance Corps is a division of the PCA that operate the Army's new experimental line of heavy vehicles. The HOC is a very feared figure on the battlefield, with heavy vehicles engineered to fight relentlessly even when outnumbered. Because of the sheer weight and limited mobility of the vehicles, they cannot be deployed straight into battle. The HOC operates its own assault ships and specialized aircraft to bring the vehicles into areas near combat zones.

The HOC uses its own size rating, called the Standard Heavy Armor Directory or SHAD, with "1" being the size of the Kidlat HAWP.

Name Vehicle Type SHAD Rating Number Active
Kidlat HAWP Self-Propelled Howitzer 1 236
HTD Ati Tank Destroyer 1 164

Name Vehicle Type Number Active

Name Vehicle Type Number Active

PCA Special Forces Command (PCASFC)

  • Headquarters: Underground base, Codename Liberty

The PCC is in charge of protecting all transmissions made by the government and cyber warfare. It is composed of computer experts, hackers and programmers.

  • Headquarters: San Miguel, Bulacan

The Philippine Scout Rangers, more popularly known as the Scout Rangers, are the elite force of the PCA. They are specially trained in guerrilla warfare, particularly jungle warfare. Their training is intense, and only the best of the best of the best pass it. The typical washout rate for Scout Ranger training is typically 85-90%.

The Scout Rangers' humorous but feared motto, "We annihilate (Without difficulty)", gives a good idea of how fearsome these soldiers are. On the mere first day of training, trainees are made to run 20km through dense forest without any support. Once they reach the rendezvous point, they are given 1 hour of rest then they will be subjected to extremely intense workouts, along with trainers shouting at them and destroying their emotions. Throughout the first week, trainees will be doing the same thing but through diverse regions from dense forests to sandy beaches to crossing long rivers. The gruesome training continues for 4 months and includes:

  • Waking up 3am every day by having a multiple buckets of near-frozen water and ice splashed onto your face,
  • Trekking from San Fernando, La Union to Baler, Aurora with minimal support,
  • Carrying 46cm shells (As a team, of course) across a distance of 20km,
  • Carring 12.7cm shells ALONE across a distance of 40km,
  • Surviving 3 days without food and rest and constantly doing workouts,
  • Intense training in hand-to-hand combat and knowledge of Philippine martial arts,
  • And of course, learning how to use any time of handheld weapon.

The Scout Ranger training officially ends after the culminating event known as the D-Day. Named after the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944, this event will decide whether a trainee will be accepted into the Scout Rangers, or whether they will come out alive or not. The event begins at 5am in the San Idelfonso peninsula, an area of land used as the site of the D-Day. Each trainee will be positioned 1km apart from each other. The event starts as the CPS Ranger (Which will be on standby off the coast) will train its guns towards the peninsula and fires the first round. For the next 4 days, trainees will have to survive bombardment from the ship and from bomber aircraft. Another aspect of the D-Day is that trainees will not be supplied with and food or water. They will build their own shelter, capable of withstanding attacks, and will find their own food and water. At the end of the 4 days, their training will be officially completed, and they will be accepted into the Scout Rangers.


The Philippine Commonwealth Marines are an elite force capable of conducting various operations in land, sea and even air more efficiently than the PCA. Being an archipelagic nation in the Pacific that was first inhabited by settlers in boats, to the first settlements around water and the natural hunter instinct of the prehistoric settlers, up to the present age where shipping dominates the economy, the country has a history of "Marines" for as long as we can remember. Although not superior in weapons and equipment, these Marines are very experienced men, who, at the same time, are willing to make a sacrifice for the Philippines. Just like the Philippine Commonwealth Army, the Marines are also trained in Filipino Martial Arts and other fighting techniques, which makes it very hard to subdue these men whether armed or not.

Total Active (Reserve) Personnel: 4,752,100 (3,145,700)

Naval Engineering Corps (NEC)

Total Active (Reserve) Personnel: 1,673,900 (1,057,800)

The Naval Engineering Corps is the direct successor of the Coastal Defense Force. Similar to America's Seabees, the NEC oversees construction projects by the GFP. The NEC consists of skilled workers, trained by the Commonwealth Marines to be able to drop their tools and pick up their weapons to fight at a moment's notice.


The Philippine Coast Guard is a small force of patrol vessels and light warships assigned to protecting the nation's territorial waters as well as maritime drug interdiction operations. It consists solely of small and fast vessels perfect for quickly getting around Philippine waters.

Ship Class Ship Type Number Active


The Philippine National Defense Force, otherwise known as the PNDF, is a militia force tasked to defend Philippine soil. Recruits serve the area of their residence, and are completely voluntary unless conscription is required. Members serve the PNDF as a secondary or part-time job, and continue with their normal lives and jobs.

Philippine Maritime Defense Force (PMDF)

The Philippine National Maritime Defense Force is the naval component of the PNDF. As most purpose-built vessels are in possession of the Grand Fleet or Coast Guard, the PMDF consists entirely of smaller patrol vessels and inshore patrol craft, as well as other private-owned vessels part of the Civil Reserve Fleet.

Ship Class Ship Type Number Active

Philippine Air Defense Force (PADF)

The Philippine Air Defense Force is the smallest branch of the PNDF, with a small group of trained pilots who are capable of flying the country's military aircraft. As most would go to the PAF, there are only very few who enlist on the PADF, but are proud of being able to defend their homeland.

Name Aircraft Type Number Active

Philippine Ground Defense Force (PGDF)

Total Personnel: 3,853,700

The Philippine Ground Defense Force is the single largest branch of the PNDF. Members are Army-trained in combat, and a few FMA skills. Their weaponry may not be as good as the Army, but it is enough to ensure a good defense of Philippine soil if the need ever arises.

Vehicle Name Number Active

Vehicle Name Vehicle Type Number Active

Vehicle Name Vehicle Type Number Active

Philippine-Made Missiles

Standard Vehicle Size Directory

In order to efficiently transport vehicles on ships and aircraft, the PCA has created a Standard Vehicle Size Directory (SVSD) to classift vehicles. Different conversions are also calculated to ensure that each transport ship/aircraft is used to its maximum capacity.

The standard SVSD vehicle size is represented as "SVSD 1", which corresponds to that of the M1 Ranger MBT. Other Standard Vehicle Sizes are greater (smaller) than SVSD 1, or lesser (larger). For example, an EDSA-I is classified as SVSD 1.2, which means that a single M1 Ranger is worth 1.2 EDSA-I MBTs, which means that the latter is smaller. This allows for more to be transported in a single ship/aircraft.

Land-Based Missile Launchers

Castle Project (Philippine Wall)

The Castle Project, or Philippine Wall, is a name for a huge defensive structure surrounding the entire nation. It is presumably the Philippine answer to the Austro-Wall, however it out-performs the Austro-Wall in terms of firepower and range. Although it is known as the "Philippine Wall", it is not exactly a "wall". The Philippine Wall consists of many defensive structures, bunkers, warning systems and more. Underground bases are also present, capable of withstanding missile attacks. They can serve as command centers when ground bases are down.

The most prominent characteristic of the Philippine Wall is the closely-knit network of missile emplacements. Circling the entire wall, each one can launch dozens of missiles at targets thousands of kilometers away. Other defenses, vehicles and structures are also present. The PCAF has also purchased production rights to the German-made Armaggedon System, most of which were constructed along the wall.


Underground Bases

  • Codename Castle Keep: Command center of all defenses on the wall.
  • Codename Fort: GFP emergency command center.
  • Codename Nelson: PAF emergency command center.
  • Codename Liberty: The government bunker, shared with the PCA.

National Radar Defense Network (NADEN)

The National Radar Defense Network is a network of OTH long-range radar stations scattered around the archipelago. It is tasked with monitoring sea and air movements around the country and works closely with the Philippine Wall. The NADEN may also be used for non-military purposes. It has a maximum range of over 3,000km. The PCAF usually needs the NADEN for ship-detecting and not aircraft-detecting roles, as it could change the tide of a large naval invasion and since modern military aircraft are mostly harder to detect.

List of Radar Stations

  • Subic, Zambales
  • Burgos, Ilocos Norte
  • Candon, Ilocos Sur
  • Daet, Camarines Norte
  • El Nido, Palawan
  • Puerto Princesa, Palawan

  • San Jose de Buenavista, Antique
  • Tagbilaran, Bohol
  • Laoang, Northern Samar

  • Cotobato City, Shariff Kabunsuan
  • Surigao City, Surigao del Norte
  • Bongao, Tawi-Tawi
  • Cape San Agustin, Davao Oriental

Philippine Electronic Air Defense Network (PEADEN)

The Philippine Electronic Air Defense Network is a project similiar to NADEN but with a different role of missile/air defense. PEADEN stations located along the coast are crewed by PCC personnel specifically trained for this purpose, and are each equipped with a massive array of radar, missile detection systems and electronic countermeasures to track and disable incoming enemy missiles. It is integrated into the same network as the Philippine Wall.

Project Castle Moat "Pacific Wall"

Project Castle Moat is the name for a series of defensive structures encompassing the territories of West Micronesia and Palau. It is very similar to the Philippine Wall, only that it uses much newer systems implemented only later in the Philippine Wall. Colloquially it is known as the "Pacific Wall" due to it being very similar to the Philippine Wall. This Pacific Wall, just like its "brother" has a closely-knit system of missile launch facilities capable of firing dozens of missiles thousands of kilometers away. The missile systems are integrated into a network of several radar stations similar to that of the NADEN, and can monitor activity from thousands of kilometers away.

Project Selatan

Project Selatan is a large military project encompassing several extreme-southwest islands in the Philippine archipelago. It involves land reclamation as well as the construction of even more defensive structures to ensure quick notice and defense should the Philippines be attacked.

"Land reclamation operations commence in Sitangkai in Tawi-Tawi, as well as construction of a 5-kilometer bridge connecting Sitangkai to the neighboring island of Sibutu. This is so that troops and residents alike could easily access the airbase that would begin construction. It will have 2 identical 3.7-kilometer asphalt runways that could accomodate even the largest aircraft in service with the Air Force. When it is not critically needed, it will also serve daily flights connecting the area to Bongao. Meanwhile on Omapuy Island, construction of a military base begins, as well as another bridge connecting the island to Sibutu. Another base will be constructed on Sitangkai once the reclamation is completed."

"In nearby Bongao Island, plans to construct a larger airport take place. A few kilometers northeast of the existing Sanga-Sanga Airport, a new airport called New Bongao Airport will be constructed. The new airport will have 2 runways, both nearly 1 1/2 times the length of the single runway on Sanga-Sanga Airport. New Bongao will also serve a secondary role as a military airbase, and a few more facilities will be constructed to accomodate even the large strategic bombers of the Air Force."

"Meanwhile, similar reclamation projects begin on South Mangsee Island. The goal is to raise the elevation safely above sea level, so military facilities could be built. Major reclamation takes place on Salingsingan Island, where an airstrip would soon be built to facilitate military and civilian transport."

"Southeast of the Mangsee Islands, even more reclamation begins. But it is even larger than the reclamation projects in the other islands. On the Turtle Islands, large reclamation projects begin on each island, and will drastically increase the total land area due to shallow waters surrounding the islands. On Taganak and Baguan Islands, a lot of reclamation is needed due to them having very limited land area. Soil is taken from nearby uninhabited islands that are too small to be built upon and have no shallow waters to allow reclamation, such as Mambahenauhan Island."

"On Mapun Island, there is no reclamation project. However, a large military base begins construction and will be the main facility in the area. The existing dirt airstrip is closed and a new airport begins construction on the easternmost side of the island, with a planned runway of almost 2 kilometers. Just like the other airports constructed, it would serve a secondary role as an Air Force Base."


*Up to 6-gunner Battleship: 200
*7-Gunner Battleship: 210
*8-Gunner Battleship: 210
*9-Gunner Battleship: 210
*Light Carrier(1-50 Jets): 60
*Attack Carrier(51-100 Jets): 120
*Fleet Carrier(101-150 Jets): 160
*Super Carrier(151-200 Jets): 200
*Up to 6-gunner Battlecruiser: 190
*7-Gunner Battlecruiser: 200
*8-Gunner Battlecruiser: 200
*9-Gunner Battlecruiser: 200
*Super Cruiser: 120 (Under Debate)
*Large Cruiser: 50
*Heavy Cruiser: 35
*Light Cruiser: 25
Light Ships
*Escort Carrier: 30
*Destroyer: 15
*Frigate: 10
*Corvette: 5
*Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine: 50
*Conventional Ballistic Missile Submarine: 40
*Nuclear Attack Submarine: 40
*Conventional Attack Submarine: 20

*Restricted Ships: 1 Free Ship
*Battleships/Battlecruisers/Battlecarriers: 1 Free Ship
*SCV/CVF: 1 Free Ship
*CV/CE/CS: 2 Free Ships
*CVL: 3 Free Ships
*CA: 5 Free Ships
*CVE: 6 Free Ships
*CL: 8 Free Ships
*DD: 10 Free Ships
*FF: 15 Free Ships
*CC: 20 Free Ships
*SSBN: 4 Free Ships
*SSB/SSN: 5 Free Ships
*SS: 10 Free Ships

*Battleships and Battlecruisers: 356mm-530mm
*Large Cruisers: Anything above the maximum light/heavy cruiser armament
*Heavy Cruisers MAXIMUM: 12 x 356mm Guns
*Light Cruisers MAXIMUM: 16 x 203mm Guns
*Corvettes, Destroyers and Frigates MAXIMUM: 176mm
*Patrol Vessels MAXIMUM: 127mm

2 x 9-Gunners Per Navy
*Up To 8 x Battleships Per Class (Up to 6 Turrets)
*Up To 6 x 7-Gunner Battleships Per Class (36 Ships Maximum)
*Up To 4 x 8-Gunner Battleships Per Class (16 Ships Maximum)
*Up To 10 x Super Carriers Per Class
*Up To 15 x Fleet Carriers Per Class
*Up To 25 x Light Carriers Per Class
*Up To 50 x Escort Carriers Per Class
*Up To 9 x 6-gunner Battlecruisers Per Class 
*Up To 7 x 7-Gunner Battlecruisers Per Class (49 Ships Maximum)
*Up To 5 x 8-Gunner Battlecruisers Per Class (25 Ships Maximum)
*Up To 15 x Super Cruisers Per Class
*Up to [UNKNOWN] x Large Cruisers Per Class
*Up To 20 x Heavy Cruisers Per Class
*Up To 25 x Light Cruisers Per Class
Light Ships
*Up To 125 x Destroyers Per Class
*Up To 150 x Frigates Per Class
*Up To 175 x Corvettes Per Class
*Up To 25 x Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarines Per Class
*Up To 50 x Conventional Ballistic Missile Submarines Per Class
*Up To 50 x Nuclear Attack Submarines Per Class
*Up To 75 x Conventional Attack Submarines Per Class

While you are not required to follow the specific naming convention, IT IS REQUIRED TO HAVE A FILIPINO NAME.

General Rules

  • Battleship naming conventions are reserved for BATTLESHIPS ONLY.
  • Very significant names like "Luzon", "Visayas", "Mindanao" and "Pilipinas" can only be used with the approval of Neutralartuen.
  • Filipino characteristics such as "Matapang" and "Malakas" can be USED ON ANY SHIP.

  • Battleships: Major/Significant Provinces, Provincial Capitals, Metro Manila (Manila, Makati, Navotas, Malabon, etc.)
  • Battlecruisers, Super Carriers, Fleet Carriers: Major Provinces, Provincial Capitals, Major Cities
  • Super Cruisers, Heavy Cruisers, Attack Carriers, Escort Carriers, Light Carriers: Provinces, Major Cities
  • Light Cruisers, Destroyers, Frigates, Corvettes: Minor Provinces, Major Cities, Cities
  • LARGE Submarines: Minor Provinces, Major Cities
  • Submarines (In General): Minor Provinces, Cities
  • Patrol Boats, Missile Boats, etc.: Literally any municipality you see on a map.
  • Landing Craft (Including Hovercraft): Random letter-number combinations that don't sound like an aircraft (LC-29, CH4, etc).

Adding Equipment

Anyone whose application has been accepted may add any kind of equipment to the Philippines, however, it is not guaranteed that it will be accepted and may be cancelled or decommissioned.

Using Equipment

Members may use any military equipment for battle or defense. However, you must first ask Neutral on Discord if you are going to conduct an operation, or else the said operation may be cancelled/removed.

Decommissioning Equipment

Only Neutral can decommission equipment. Anyway, why throw such precious junk away?

Using Points

For organization, usage of points is under Neutral only. You can ask if you'd like more of a certain ship to be produced.

What Do I Command?

The vessels in fleets/flotillas where your characters have a presence are under your command, however, you can't bring too much ships with you to avoid large losses (unless approved). Same goes with the other branches of the military, but without need for the presence of your character.

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