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Naval Air Wing – Philippine Fleet Gets an LG UltraGear Upgrade

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The leading technology company in the world, LG, has helped the Philippine Navy improve its display solutions by donating top-of-the-line UltraGear monitors with a combined value of over P600,000. The Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Fleet was given thirty LG UltraGear 32GN500 monitor units as donations. These monitors will be used in the flight simulation rooms of the Philippine Fleet to display lectures, flight deck videos, flight monitoring for Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance, Airborne ISR and Humanitarian and Disaster Response missions, and other information as needed.

The South Korean technology business recently held an event in the Philippines on the subject of aviation to present its newest line of monitors to the local market. This includes the enormous 48-inch UltraGear UHD OLED and the 32-inch UltraGear UHD 4K, as well as the flexible LG Dual Up 28MQ780-B with Ergo stand and other models. The LG UltraGear 32GN500 was one of the monitors that were demonstrated; it was utilized in conjunction with a rig that was used for flight simulation. During the course of the occasion, it was revealed that a monitor would be donated to the Philippine Navy.

The new cooperation has LG’s Managing Director Sungjae Kim over the moon, and he said about it: “It is a tremendous chance for us to work with the Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Fleet.” Those who are serving their nation with honor have our unwavering support. We believe that our little gift will go a long way toward providing them with practical experience that is relevant to their training.

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