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CAMP AGUINALDO, Quezon City – The Armed Forces of the Philippines pledged to reaffirm its commitment towards the promotion of the International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in a ceremony held Thursday at the AFP Commissioned Officers Club (AFPCO), here.
General Carlito Galvez Jr, the AFP Chief of Staff led the Pledge of Commitment of Military Officers and Enlisted Personnel during the official opening of the celebration of IHL Month this August.
From left: General Carlito Galvez Jr, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines leads the Pledge of Commitment during the celebration of the International Humanitarian Law (IHL) month on 16 August 2018 at Tejeros Hall, AFP Commissioned Officers Club, Camp Aguinaldo. Also in the picture: Undersecretary Severo Catura, Executive Director for Presidential Human Rights Committee; Undersecretary Ernesto Abella, Usec for Strategic Communication, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Undersecretary Ricardo David Jr, Usec for Defense Policy, and Mr. Boris Kelecevic, Deputy Head of Delegation, International Committee of the Red Cross. Photo by Cpl Joel Manzano/PAOAFP
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The AFP welcomes the pronouncement made by Presidential Spokesperson Sec. Harry Roque relieving from his post BGen Edwin Leo Torrelavega, the Commander of the AFP Health Services Command (AFPHSC) and Colonel Antonio Punzalan, the Commander of V. Luna Hospital for them and around 20 others to face Court Martial proceedings.
The pronouncement springs from the outcome of two different but parallel investigations that I have ordered conducted motu proprio. The task to thoroughly collect material and relevant information regarding the case started sometime in the month of May 2018. The results of which I transmitted to Malacañang by way of a Letter to the President sometime this month (August).
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REUNITED – Two of five indigenous people–all teenagers–who surrendered to the Armed Forces of the Philippines after being illegally recruited by the New People’s Army, finally reunites with their guardians on Thursday, July 26 at the Civil Relations Service Conference Room, Camp Aguinado, Quezon City. (Photo from CRSAFP)
CAMP AGUINALLDO, Quezon City – Five indigenous people (IP) including two minors reunited with their guardians for the first time after being recruited by the communist terrorist New People’s Army (NPA) in August 2017.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) officially turned over the five teenagers whose identities were kept confidential in a simple ceremony held Thursday, July 26 at the Civil Relations Service AFP (CRSAFP) Conference Room in Camp Aguinaldo. The two minors are 17 years old; two are 18 while the other is 19.
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The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) welcomes the passage into law of the Act mandating the implementation of one identification system.
We believe it will promote a peaceful and secure environment where terrorists, criminals, and other unscrupulous individuals will have a difficulty coping to pursue their evil designs and nefarious activities.
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(From left) Secretary of National Defense Delfin Lorenzana, Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar, and Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief of Staff General Carlito Galvez Jr., with other members of the ‘Build, Build, Build’ program, burry the symbolic time capsule containing the conceptual plan of the 5-storey AFP Living Quarters during a ground-breaking ceremony held in Camp Aguinaldo, Tuesday, 24 July 2018. (Photo by SN1 Donald Viluan PN/PAOAFP)
CAMP GENERAL EMILIO AGUINALDO, Quezon City—A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the Peacekeeping Operations Center, here, Tuesday, 24 July 2018 to signal the start of the construction of two 5-storey Multi-purpose Building (Living Quarters) for Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Enlisted Personnel.
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