BRP Iloilo (PS-32)

BRP Iloilo (PS-32)

BRP Iloilo (PS-32) is a Miguel Malvar-class corvette of the Philippine Navy. She was originally built as USS PCE-897, a PCE-842-class patrol craft for the United States Navy during World War II. She was decommissioned from the U.S. Navy and transferred to the Philippine Navy in July 1948 and renamed RPS Iloilo (E-32) after the Philippine province of the same name. The ship is in active service, as of 2013. Along with other World War II-era ships of the Philippine Navy, Iloilo is considered as one of the oldest active fighting ships in the world today.

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