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      Oružane snage Filipina sastoje se od kopnene vojske, mornarice i avijacije. Vojska se popunjava na dobrovoljnoj osnovi. 2012. godine bilo je oko 125.000 pripadnika AFP-a. Od kojih je kopnena vojska brojala 85.000. Filipinski Ustav iz 1987. stavlja vojne snage pod kontrolu civilnih vlasti, gdje je Predsjednik države vrhovni komandant. Sve grane vojske su podređene ministarstvu odbrane kojim rukovodi Sekretar nacionalne odbrane.

     
 
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      The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) (Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas) is composed of the Philippine Army, Philippine Navy and Philippine Air Force. The AFP is a volunteer force. In 2012, a senior AFP officer reported its manpower strength to be 125,000, of which 85,000 were in the Army and the rest in the Navy and Air Force. The 1987 Philippine Constitution placed the AFP under the control of a civilian, the President of the Philippines, who acts as its Commander-in-Chief. All of its branches are part of the Department of National Defence, which is headed by the Secretary of National Defense.

     

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      Grb filipinskih oružanih snaga u osnovi ima stilizirani trokut, podijeljen u tri nacionalne boje: crvena, žuta i plava. Na sredinu trokuta je položeno „filipinsko“ sunce (osam većih zraka, koje sa svake prati po jedna manja) na kojem se nalazi stilizirano stari tagalog znak za „K“, što predstavlja riječ „Sloboda“ (u tagalangu „Kalayan“). Sve okružuje lovorov vijenac koji u dnu ima natpis „Filipini“ a na vrhu ri zvijezde.

     
   
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      The coat of arms of the armed forces of the Philippines is a stylized triangle divided in three colors: red, yellow, and blue, representing the national colors; defacing the triangle is the eight-rayed Philippine sun (eight major rays each of which has a minor ray to the left and right of the major ray), in turn defaced with a stylized version of the ancient Tagalog script for "K", representing the Tagalog word "Kalayaan" or "Freedom," the stylized "K" resembling the Roman capital "I". Beneath the triangle is a scroll bearing the legend "Philippines" the entire surrounded by two laurel branches.

     
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