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Armand Balilo

Spokesman

The Philippine Coast Guard

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Employment History

Coastguard Spokesman Commander

Philippine


Spokesman Commander

Visayas and Mindanao.Philippine Coast Guard


Owner

MV Catalyn B


Coast Guard Spokesperson

Monday


Chief Executive Officer

Ava Engel


Affiliations

National Disaster

Member


The Coordinating Council

Member


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Philippine Coast Guard searches for 18 crewmen of ship sunk by Typhoon Nina

www.sunstar.com.ph [cached]

PCG spokesman Armand Balilo said 14 other crewmen have been rescued and one died after the M/V Starlite Atlantic sank off Mabini town in Batangas province, where the powerful typhoon passed Monday on its way out of the country into the South China Sea.
The ship sought cover in an anchorage area as the typhoon passed and its crew decided to move to safer waters but encountered huge waves and fierce winds, causing it to sink, Balilo said, adding that another cargo ship ran aground in Mabini.


Thousands spent Christmas day in evacuation centers, seaports | Sun.Star

www.sunstar.com.ph [cached]

PCG spokesperson Armand Balilo said the ports in Allen, Northern Samar and Matnog in Sorsogon have already resumed operations as the weather gets better.


China rescues 2 Filipino fishermen in disputed shoal | Sun.Star

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Philippine coast guard spokesman Armand Balilo said Chinese coast guard officials notified them of the rescue in the vicinity of Scarborough Shoal off the northwestern Philippines and asked how the two can be handed over to Philippine authorities.
The Philippines sent a newly acquired patrol ship from Japan, the BRP Tubbataha, but vessel could not immediately link up with the Chinese coast guard ships because of large waves in the high seas off Scarborough, Balilo said. "This shows you that rescuing people at sea is beyond such conflicts," he said.


news.google.co.nz

PCG spokesman Commander Armand Balilo said ...


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PCG spokesman Commander Armand Balilo said that Coast Guard officials meet today to discuss what to do next with the MV Jin Teng in coordination with other agencies.
The 6,830-ton cargo ship, the Jin Teng, is being held at Subic port, northeast of Manila, where the Philippine coastguard are guarding the freighter and monitoring its crew, said coastguard spokesman Commander Armand Balilo. They won't try to escape," Balilo said, adding there was no need to provide them with any supplies yet. Balilo said the coastguard have inspected the ship twice, once using electronic sensors to search for weapons. However, no contraband has been found.


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