PH Navy deploys biggest vessel to aid Mindanao quake victims

Aileen Cerrudo

The Philippine Navy deployed its biggest vessel, BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602), on Tuesday (November 5) to provide assistance in the ongoing humanitarian aid in Mindanao.

The BRP Davao del Sur carries around 56 tons of assorted cargoes and equipment including mobile kitchens, cargo trucks and towable water treatment trucks from 10th Infantry Division of Philippine Army, Manila Water and Maynilad.

Navy chief Vice Adm. Robert Empedrad issued his directive for the deployment of one of the largest naval assets in order to assist in the humanitarian assistance and disaster response (HADR) to earthquake victims in Mindanao.

“It is a manifestation of the Philippine Navy being always ready and committed to provide prompt assistance to our disaster-stricken fellow Filipinos in order to alleviate them from their current ordeals,” the Philippine Navy said.—AAC

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