What is the Greatest Sacrifice a Soldier gives to us? For the thoughtless the answer is "his life". For the mother and wife the answer is his time, that is taken for a year or more, or for eternally…They bear the same burden, and yet most can hide the scars, but no doctor can ever heal, nor saint could atone, that God will not return the most precise gift these Soldiers give to us all unbidden. We oft profess awe, and feign understanding, in grand speeches, marches, and holidays. Yet eternity will fade and we can't comprehend this deepest sacrifice given, unbraden and freely. Thank a Soldier but don't think you can understand. Unless you have served, his deep pain, pride and honor in giving his Humanity to you. - Gerd Schroeder

     

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Chapter 1 - Beginnings of AFPEBSO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3

    AFP Provident Trust Fund    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  4

     

    Chapter 2 - AFPEBSO Activation and Early Years - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   6

    Accomplishments and Challenges during the Early Years - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  7

     

    Chapter 3 - The AFPEBS and AFPEBSO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8

     

    Chapter 4 - AFPEBSO Accomplishments - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  9

     

    Chapter 5 - AFPEBSO Expansion - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  9

     

    List of Abbreviations Used - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11

     

    Bibliography - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12

     

    Annexes

    A - List of Past and Current C/GMs

    B - List of Past and Current BOT members

     

     

    Chapter 1 BEGINNINGS OF AFPEBSO

    The AFP Educational Benefit System Office was activated on 01 August 2000 but its educational programs have a long history way ahead of it.  The first law ever enacted providing for educational benefit for soldier’s children is the Presidential Decree 577 (PD 577)signed by former President Ferdinand E Marcos on 13 November 1974. This Presidential Decree exempts dependents of military personnel who die or become incapacitated in line of duty from the payment of tuition and matriculation fees in public or private schools, universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

    In line with this, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Department of National Defense (DND) and the Department of Education and Culture (DEC) was signed on 02 April 1975. The primary signatories of this MOA were Juan Ponce Enrile (for DND) and Juan L Manuel (for DEC). The MOA prescribes the policies, rules and regulation governing the implementation of PD 577 as well as the creation of the Educational Benefit Board along with its function and composition.

    To ensure the effective implementation of PD 577 and the efficient performance of AFP’s part on its MOA with DEC, former Chief of Staff R C Espino issued Circular Nr 25 dated 25 April 1975. The Circular prescribes the policies, rules and regulation governing the implementation of PD 577 and the composition and function of Educational Benefit Committee and its Secretariat.

    On 24 March 1980, former President Ferdinand E Marcos signed the Presidential Decree 1687 granting monthly gratuity and other privileges to an awardee of the Medal of Valor (MOV). On top of this, PD 1687 includes exemption of an MOV awardee and his dependents from payment of tuition and matriculation fees in public or private schools. Two years later, former Chief of Staff AFP Fabian C Ver issued Circular Nr 8 dated 19 October 1982, by order of the Defense Minister, prescribing the policies governing the grant of lifetime gratuity and other privileges to an awardee of Medal of Valor and directing the AFP Educational Committee to act upon the application of the awardee and his heirs/beneficiaries for educational benefit grants. Then on 24 July 2000, the Senate and House of Representatives enacted the Republic Act 9049, an act granting gratuity and privileges to an awardee of Medal of Valor, providing funds thereof, and for other purposes.

    On 23 July 1990, Republic Act (RA) 6963 was also enacted by both houses of the legislative and was signed by Jovito Salonga (Former Senate President) and Ramon V Mitra (Former Speaker of the House of Representatives).  RA 6963 is an act granting special financial assistance and benefits to the family or beneficiary of any police or military personnel or firemen killed or permanently incapacitated while in the performance of his duty or by reason of his office or position and for other purposes. Among the benefits stipulated in this act is the scholarship privilege up to college for all the surviving children of the deceased or permanently incapacitated military personnel. The act also provided the source of fund for this scholarship privilege, which is part of the yearly collection from firearms licenses of PNP, also known as the RA 6963 Fund.

    To ensure the effective implementation of RA 6963, former Chief of Staff AFP Lisandro C Abadia issued Circular Nr 17 dated 03 October 1991 prescribing the policies and procedures governing the implementation of Sections 8, 9 and 10 of the Republic Act. The Circular also leads to the creation of AFP RA 6963 Scholarship Program Board which shall administer the funds intended for the scholarship program. Moreover, it also stipulates that the officers and staff of the AFPPTF shall assist the AFP RA 6963 Scholarship Program Board using the AFPPTF resources in implementing the project.[1] From then on RA 6963 became one of the banner programs of AFPPTF.

    On 14 July 1992, former Chief of Staff AFP Lisandro C Abadia issued Circular Nr 4 prescribing the regulations on the management and organization of the AFPPTF for Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit Active Auxiliaries (CAFGUAA) and the policies governing the grant of educational assistance to qualified dependents and disabled CAFGUAAs under the AFPPTF Educational Assistance Program. The Circular also provided for the composition of the AFPPTF for CAFGUAA Board of Trustees, officers and their functions.

     

    AFP Provident Trust Fund

    It is not clear on what point of history did the AFPPTF started to administer all other educational programs mentioned above. But by 1993, document shows that AFPPTF administers the implementation of PD 577, RA 9049, RA 6963 and CAFGUAA along with its other educational programs.

    Essentially, welfare benefit programs for military personnel were created to enhance and maintain at a high level their morale and to sustain their efficiency while performing their tasks. [2]

    As such, former President Ferdinand E Marcos signed the Presidential Decree 352 providing for the Special Group Term Insurance (SGTI) for members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and appropriating funds for the payment of the government share of the premium thereof. Each member of the AFP in the active service to include cadets of PMA & AFFS, probationary officers, trainees and draftees were insured under an annual special group term coverage program, renewable annually thereafter.

    On 26 November 1974, former Chief of Staff AFP R C Espino, issued the Circular Nr 11 by the order of the Secretary of National Defense prescribing the policies and procedures governing the effective implementation of the PD 352 and the creation of SGTI Fund Board. This Circular stipulated that at each policy anniversary, an experience refund equal to fifty percent (50%) of the surplus of the special group term insurance fund, shall be remitted to the AFP. Further, the circular stipulated that the amount shall accrue to an AFP special fund which shall be used for the benefit of the members of the AFP and/or their dependents under such rules and regulations as the AFP Chief of Staff may prescribe.

    Initially, SGTI Experience Refund is not directly intended for the education of soldier or their dependents. It was only on 11 August 1988 that former Chief of Staff AFP Renato S De Villa issued the Circular Nr 9 by the orders of the Secretary of National Defense, creating scholarship grants to AFP dependents and prescribing the policies and procedures governing the grant of scholarship. Prior to this, the composition of the SGTI Fund Board was amended through Circular Nr 10 dated 08 August 1986. A year after, former Chief of Staff AFP Fidel V Ramos issued a Subject to Letter (STL) stating that the business name of the SGTI Fund Board shall be AFP Provident Trust Fund (AFPPTF). From then on, the AFPPTF managed the educational programs for soldiers’ dependents as well as the funds intended for the said purpose.

    In addition to this, through the effort of former Chief of Staff AFP Angelo T Reyes, to raise awareness through his radio program, Salome L Tan Foundation initiated to donate for the education of soldier’s orphan. Through a letter to General Angelo T Reyes dated 17 January 2000, Ambassador Bienvenido A Tan Jr., expressed the desire of their foundation to sponsor soldier’s children and to render financial support for their studies.  Since then, the foundation has been a committed partner of AFPEBSO.

     

    Chapter 2 AFPEBSO ACTIVATION AND EARLY YEARS

    The picture of AFPEBSO would not be complete without the face of its initiator, former AFP Chief of Staff, General Angelo T Reyes.  Although the former General was surrounded with so much controversy due to his close association with former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, followed by his suicide, to many orphans and soldiers’ children, he will remain to be a man of great honour.

    Far from the lens of the mainstream media and unknown to the public, the former Chief of Staff has initiated an insurmountable effort to put an educational benefit system in place, for the children of our soldiers. He arranged meetings with philanthropists and founded institutions to support the educational programs he’s been planning on his mind.

    Finally, on 01 August 2000, the Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit System Office (AFPEBSO) was activated through the General Orders Nr 920 dated 22 August 2000 by command of then General Reyes. Simultaneously, Staff Memorandum Nr 2 dated 01 August 2000 was published stating the Functions and Organization of the AFP Educational Benefit System Office (AFPEBSO). According to this Staff Memorandum, the General Function of AFPEBSO is to assist the Chief of Staff, AFP through the AFP Educational Benefit System Board of Trustees in the planning, organization, direction, coordination and supervision of the AFP educational benefit programs.

    After four (4) years, this Staff Memorandum was rescinded by Staff Memorandum Nr 16 dated 05 August 2004 stating the General Function of AFPEBSO as; “to assist the Chief of Staff AFP, through the AFP Educational Board of Trustees, in the management of the AFP Educational Benefit System and the development of other related value-added services”.

    Since its activation, AFPEBSO assumed the management of all previously managed funds and programs of AFPPTF adopting the same BOT functions, structure, organization and composition. However, it is not clear until now how and why AFPEBSO came to adopt the given BOT function and composition for the then AFP Provident Trust Fund (AFPPTF) and its programs. There is neither a document showing the rationale behind the creation of this office nor a clear manifesto of the educational programs it should manage. As a matter of fact, there is also no mention on the general function of the AFPEBS Board of Trustees, its composition and the roles of individual members. Both Staff Memorandum provided only for the composition of the lower management structure and their functions.

    Technically, there should be at least 4 different boards managing the educational programs presently being managed by AFPEBSO. The SGTI Fund Board (AFPPTF), Educational Benefit Board, AFP RA 6963 Scholarship Program Board and AFPPTF for CAFGUAA Board of Trustees.

    Originally, these boards were created to manage each program separately. However, since the members of the boards are closely similar, presumably, the SGTI Fund board also known as the AFPPTF assumed the management of these educational programs sometime in 1990. Then on 2000, upon the activation of AFPEBSO, its BOT and management assumed all the functions of AFPPTF including the management of RA 6963 fund, SGTI fund, CAFGUAA fund and other funds coming from government and non government institutions.

     

    Accomplishments and Challenges during the Early Years

    Initially, AFPEBSO’s concern is how to establish partnership with foundations and academic institutions in order to lessen the financial burden on its fund. The management during this time believed that partnership with other organizations is an efficient and effective form of resource generation.

    One of the first institutions to establish partnership with AFPEBSO was the Sapientes Milites Scholarship Foundation, Inc. (SMSFI), which General Angelo T Reyes chaired and co-founded. SMSFI is a foundation created to assist the AFP in providing opportunities and funds for scholarship and educational assistance to officers and qualified dependents of enlisted personnel of AFP[3].

    Another pioneer partnership and considered to be among the most rewarding by far is the DND-CHED-PASUC program which commenced upon the signing of the tripartite agreement on 22 March 2004. This tripartite agreement paved the way to a scholarship program which intends to benefit not only the dependents of KIA or WIA personnel but also those who are in active service.

    Aside from these, AFPEBSO was able to establish partnership with different schools. One of the pioneer partner schools of AFPEBSO is the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P), which offers scholarship for AFP personnel who want to take graduate courses. Since then, AFPEBSO has established partnership with more than 250 schools, colleges and universities nationwide, offering tuition fee discounts to the dependents of AFP personnel.

    It was CMDR WENEFREDO BANUA, during his time as the General Manager of AFPEBSO that conceptualized the tag line of AFPEBSO “Leaving No Soldiers’ Orphan Behind” that was inspired by the movie “Black Hawk Down”.

     

    Chapter 3 THE AFPEBS AND AFPEBSO

    Generally, AFPEBS refer to the educational system administered by the members of the Board of Trustees. The AFPEBS Board of Trustees is composed of The Deputy Chief of Staff as its Chairman, the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel, J1 as its Vice-Chairman with Chief AFP RMO, Major Service 1s, OJ1 Chief Morale and Welfare, TJAG Representative, Chief AFPEBSO and AFPSM Representative as members.

    AFPEBSO on the other hand refers to the office which conducts day-to-day operation in the administration of the programs within the AFP educational system. Fundamentally, the office is mandated to assist the Chief of Staff AFP through the AFPEBS Board of Trustees in the management of the AFP Educational Benefit System and the development of other related value-added services[4].

    Specifically, AFPEBSO is established to create an office that wholly addresses the needs of AFP educational programs; promulgation & implementation of policies, provision of quality education, institutionalization of legislation, financial viability, promotion of social awareness through aggressive marketing strategy, continuous development of its workforce, job placement for graduate-grantees, development of communication and IT, creation of interrelationship among AFP institutions, coordination with Major Services, program administration, allocation & custodianship of financial resources, compilation of reports, and coordination with other government agencies & private institution[5].

     

    Chapter 4 AFPEBSO ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    On the average, about four thousand military dependents receive educational assistance through AFPEBSO programs annually since the year 2000. Half of these grantees are children of military personnel who were killed-in-action (KIA). The funds used for sending these children to school come from a portion of the Firearms and Licensing Fees collection remitted annually by the PNP, although, a significant portion also come from donations, tuition discounts and stipend assistance from donors and partner institutions of AFPEBSO.

    Donors and partner institutions are the life blood of AFPEBSO and thus considered to be one of the significant accomplishments of the office. The average worth of AFPEBSO scholarship grants per year is Php 75 million. Of this amount, 15 million pesos come from the PNP remittances while 2 to 3 million pesos comes from AFPMBAI’s Experience Refund, the rest comes from partners and donors given to dependents in the form of cash, stipend, tuition and miscellaneous discounts. It is for this reason that AFPEBSO continue to invest on partner recognition and stakeholder’s management.

    AFPEBSO has also inspired its grantees to excel on their academic performance and extra- curricular efforts through its StARS (Student Achievement Recognition System) Award Program which started in 2008. This award is an incentive program given to grantees who excel in their fields of endeavor be it on academic, sports, leadership and other competitions. This program was envisioned as part of the effort to (1) lessen incidents of grantee termination; (2) encourage participation to meaningful events; and (3) inspire the students to finish a degree. As of 2012, two thousand one hundred fifty-nine (2,159) grantees have graduated since 2008.

     

    Chapter 5 AFPEBSO EXPANSION

    The Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit System Office is currently working with 253 academic institutions, 10 socio-civic organizations, 6 government organizations and an individual donor, collectively called “PARTNERS”. These people support the mission of the AFPEBSO through monetary and non-monetary grants. AFPEBSO (formerly the AFP Provident Trust Fund or AFPPTF) started its operation with funds provided by the AFPMBAI’s SGTI experience refunds that were pooled as seed money for the educational assistance program for members of the AFP. This experience refund was what the law provides for all AFP members to pay AFPMBAI 50% of the monthly premium while the government pays the remaining 50%. Through the years, the organization was sustained and strengthened through the benevolent people who untiringly supported AFPEBSO’s services. Hundreds of academic institutions have signed agreements supporting thousands of soldiers’ orphans.

    Furthermore, AFPEBSO still needs more partners in carrying out its mission for the sustainability of the organization amidst the increasing educational demands along with the economic issues that the Philippines faces. In line with this, the past AFPEBS Board of Trustees thought of creating a foundation with the primary purpose of supporting the education of AFPEBSO scholars by obtaining funds and scholarships from outside the AFP through donations and fund raising activities. The foundation was registered in February 2, 2007 under the name Armed Forces Foundation for Education, Inc. (AFFEI). However, the AFFEI has stopped operating since 2011.

    In spite of this, more opportunities are coming to the doorstep of AFPEBSO. More support is coming from existing donors, who untiringly offer more scholarship slots for the fallen soldiers’ orphans. The current AFPEBS Board of Trustees is now geared towards re-establishing and at the same time creating new partnerships with both old and prospective donors.  The system aims to strengthen its relationship with both its internal and external stakeholders for the enhancement of the educational benefit delivery. It plans to conduct meetings nationwide to have an opportunity for AFPEBS and its partner schools and institutions to evaluate and review their respective agreements for further enhancement. This program shall include activities such as:  MOA Re-negotiation, AFPEBS Stakeholders Fellowship and Stakeholders Recognition.

     

    LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS USED

    AFFEI

    Armed Forces Foundation for Education, Inc.

    AFPMBAI

    Armed Forces  and Police Mutual Benefit Association, Inc.

    AFPPTF

    Armed Forces of the Philippines Provident Trust Fund

    AFPSM

    AFP Sergeant Majors

    BOT

    Board of Trustees

    CAFGUAA

    AFPPTF for Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit Active Auxiliaries

    CDD

    Complete Disability Discharge

    C/GM

    Chief/ General Manager

    CHED

    Commission on Higher Education

    CSAFP

    Chief of Staff, AFP

    DCP

    DND-CHED-PASUC

    DEC

    Department of Education and Culture

    DND

    Department of National Defense

    FS

    Finance Service

    GSC

    General Staff Course

    INF

    Infantry

    IT

    Information Technology

    JAG

    Judge Advocate General

    JAGS

    Judge Advocate General Staff

    KIA

    Killed-in-Action

    MOA

    Memorandum of Agreement

    MOV

    Medal of Valor

    Nr

    Number

    PA

    Philippine Army

    PAF

    Philippine Air Force

    PASUC

    Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges

    PN

    Philippine Navy

    PD

    Presidential Decree

    PNP

    Philippine National Police

    RA

    Republic Act

    RMO

    Resource Management Office

    SGTI

    Special Group Term Insurance

    StARS

    Student Achievement Recognition System

    STL

    Subject to Letter

    TDCS

    The Deputy Chief of Staff

    WAC

    Women Auxiliary Corps

     

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    Abadia, L C, Circular 17 (1991)

    Abadia, L C, Circular No. 4 (1992)

    Adan, E P, Staff Memo No.16 (2004)

    Baylon, N C, GeneralOrders Nr 90 (2000)

    Baylon, N C, Staff Memorandum Nr 2 (2000)

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    De Villa, R S, Circular Nr 9 (1988)

    Enrile, A T, Circular No 4 (1994)

    Enriquez, Sarino, Joint Circular Nr 1 – 92 (1992)

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    Espino, R C, Circular Nr 25 (1975)

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    Ramos, F V, Circular Nr 10 (1986)

    Ramos, F V, Subject to Letter, Business Name of SGTI Fund Board (1987)

     

    ANNEXES

     

    ANNEX A

    List of Past and Current Chief/General Managers        

     

     

                   

    MAJ EDGAR R FALLORINA PAF               CMDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN

       01 Aug 2000 - 30 Aug 2001                         01 Sep 2001 – 21 Apr 2005 

     

     

      parreño          

    MAJ STEPHEN P PARREÑO PAF               LTC RIZALDE B LIMOSO PA

      22 Apr 2005 – 27 May 2005                      27 May 2005 – 14 Oct 2008

      

     

                

     COL ALEXANDER V AMBAL  PA           COL MANUEL V SEQUITIN PA

        15 Oct 2008 – 30 Aug 2011                  01 Sep 2011 – 06 Jan 2014

     

       

                   GM Genaro Menor

     LTC DANILO E ESTRAÑERO PA            LTC GENARO C MENOR PAF (GSC)

         06 Jan 2014 - 31 Jan 2015                      01 Feb 2015 - 30 Jun 2016

     

     

      Aninag              cdr dulnoan

    LTC LAWRENCE A ANINAG PA             CDR DWIGHT STEVEN M DULNOAN

       01 Jul 2016 - 08 Aug 2016                               08 Aug - PRESENT

     

              

    List of Past and Current BOT members

    BOT Chairman

    VADM LUISITO F FERNANDEZ AFP

    1999

    LTGEN JOSE M CALIMLIM AFP

    2000

    RADM NAPOLEON C BAYLON AFP

    2000

    MGEN JAIME S DE LOS SANTOS AFP

    2000

    LTGEN JAIME S DE LOS DANTOS AFP

    2001

    LTGEN ROY A CIMATU AFP

    2001

    LTGEN GREGORIO M CAMILING JR AFP

    2001

    LTGEN NARCISO L ABAYA AFP

    2002

    LTGEN ERNESTO G CAROLINA AFP

    2003

    RADM ARISTON V DELOS REYES AFP

    2003

    RADM ARISTON V DELOS REYES AFP

    2004

    MGEN ADILBERTO P ADAN AFP

    2005

    MGEN CHRISTIE B DATU AFP

    2006

    LTGEN PEDRITO S CADUNGOG AFP

    2007

    LTGEN PEDRO IKE I INSERTO AFP

    2008

    LTGEN RODRIGO F MACLANG AFP

    2009

    VADM EMILIO C MARAYAG JR AFP

    2010

    LTGEN EDUARDO SL OBAN JR AFP

    2011

    MGEN EMMANUEL T BAUTISTA AFP

    2011

    LTGEN ANTHONY J ALCANTARA AFP

    2011

    MGEN PEDRO S SORIA II AFP

    2012

    LTGEN GREGORIO E MACAPAGAL AFP

    2012

     

    Vice – Chairman

    COMMO NAPOLEON C BAYLON AFP

    1999

    RADM SISENANDO G PEREZ JR AFP

    2000

    RADM ARTHUR B GARRIDO AFP

    2000

    RADM ARTHUR B GARRIDO AFP

    2001

    RADM ANTONIO R SIAPNO AFP

    2002

    CAPT EMILIO C MARAYAG PN (MNSA)

    2002

    COMMO MATEO M MAYUGA AFP

    2003

    RADM MATEO M MAYUGA AFP

    2004

    MGEN HORACIO S TOLENTINO AFP

    2005

    MGEN NAPOLEON M MALANA AFP

    2006

    MGEN NAPOLEON MALANA AFP

    2007

    RADM RAMON T PUNZALAN AFP

    2008

    RADM MARIO A CATACUTAN AFP

    2009

    COMMO CORNELIO A DELA CRUZ JR AFP

    2010

    BGEN HONORATO S DE LOS REYES AFP

    2011

    BGEN RAOUL J REYES AFP

    2011

    COMMO PHILIP CACAYAN AFP

    2012

     

     

     

    BOT Members by Year

    1999

    MGEN ALFONSO P CAGURANGAN JR AFP

    COL EDWIN N GALZOTE PAF (GSC)

    CAPT DIOFONCE F TUNACAO PN (GSC)

    COL JAMES S DE GUZMAN PA (GSC)

    LTC WILFRIDO R GARCIA PAF

    LTC ANTONIO I SUPNET (Inf) PA

    CMS Gene Susan Yntela WAC

     

    2000

    COL FORTUNATO S MADAMBA PAF (GSC)

    COL ARMANDO L CUNANAN PA (GSC)

    COL ARTHUR P MANCENIDO  PAF (GSC)

    COL HORACIO S TOLENTINO PAF (GSC)

    COL JAIME G VIERNES PAF (GSC)

    COL RAUL L PEREZ

    CAPT ERNELITO G AQUINO JAGS

    CAPT AMABLE B TOLENTINO PN (GSC)

    CAPT AMADO A SANGLAY PN (GSC)

    MAJ EDGAR R FALLORINA PAF

    SMS Samuel M Antonio PA

     

    2001

    COL ARMANDO L CUNANAN PA (GSC)

    COL HORACIO S TOLENTINO PAF (GSC)

    COL ISAGANI C CACHUELA PA (GSC)

    COL ROLITA B ABAD PA (GSC)

    CAPT AMABLE B TOLENTINO PN (GSC)

    LTC AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    LTC DANTE G TALINO PA (GSC)

    LTC GUALBERTO M GRUSPE PA (GSC)

    CDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN

    MAJ EDGAR R FALLORINA PAF

    SMS Samuel M Antonio PA

    2002

    COL ARTHUR I TABAQUERO PA (GSC)

    COL HORACIO S TOLENTINO PAF (GSC)

    COL JOSE B VIZCARRA PA (GSC)

    COL RAUL A TICMAN PA (GSC)

    COL ROLITO B ABAD PA (GSC)

    CAPT FELIPE A MANGLICMOT PN (GSC)

    CDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN

    LTC AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    SMS Samuel M Antonio PA

    2003

    BGEN MARIANO M SARMIENTO JR AFP

    COL ARTHUR I TABAQUERO PA (GSC)

    COL BENITO ANTONIO T DE LEON (GSC) PA

    COL EFREN E DAQUIL PAF (MNSA)

    COL HORACIO A TOLENTINO (GSC) PAF

    CAPT FELIPE A MANGLICMOT PN (GSC)

    CAPT GERONIMO R DEFENSOR PN (GSC)

    CAPT RAMON T PUNZALAN PN (GSC)

    LTC AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    LTC DANTE G TALIÑO (GSC) PA

    LTC JAIME U ORSENADO SR PAF

    LTC ROMEO V POQUIZ PAF (GSC)

    CDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN

    SMS Samuel M Antonio PA

    2004

    BGEN MANUEL F ELLENA AFP

    BGEN MARIANO M SARMIENTO JR AFP

    COL ARTHUR I TABAQUERO PA (GSC)

    COL EFREN E DAQUIL PAF (MNSA)

    COL JULIUS A MAGNO JAGS (GSC)

    CAPT GERONIMO R DEFENSOR PN (GSC)

    LTC JAIME U ORSENADO SR PAF

    LTC ROMEO V POQUIZ PAF (GSC)

    CDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN

    SMS Samuel M Antonio PA

    2005

    BGEN MANUEL F ELLENA AFP

    CAPT EUGENIO VELASCO PN (GSC)

    CAPT RAMON T PUNZALAN PN (GSC)

    COL  GREGORIO G PADUGANAN PAF (GSC)

    COL ANTHONY J ALCANTARA (INF) PA

    COL ELVIRA AGUILAR JAGS (GSC)

    COL PEDRITO T DAQUIPIL PA

    LTC RIZALDO B LIMOSO (FS) PA

    LTC ROLANDO G JUNGCO PAF

    LTC ROMEO V POQUIZ PAF (GSC)

    MAJ STEPHEN P PARRENO PAF

    CDR WENEFREDO B BANUA PN (GSC)

    CMS Samuel M Antonio PA

    CMS Ursula Juson (WAC) PA

    2006

    CAPT EUGENIO VELASCO PN (GSC)

    CAPT PHLIP CACAYAN PN

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    COL ANTHONY J ALCANTARA (INF) PA

    COL JOEL C MARAYAG (GSC) PAF

    COL JOSE C MABANTA JR (GSC) PA

    COL RICARDO C BANAYAT PAF (GSC)

    LTC RIZALDO B LIMOSO (FS) PA

    LTC ROLANDO G JUNGCO PAF

    CMS Ursula Juson (WAC) PA

     

    2007

    BGEN FERNANDO S ZABAT AFP

    CAPT ANTONIO R AGTUAL JR PN (GSC)

    CAPT MANUEL NATALIO A ABINUMAN PN (GSC)

    CAPT PHLIP CACAYAN PN

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    COL EDGARDO RENE C SAMONTE PAF (GSC)

    COL JOSE C MABANTA JR (GSC) PA

    COL OSCAR LOPEZ PA (GSC)

    LTC DINOH A DOLINA PA (GSC)

    LTC NATALIO A JAYSON (GSC) PA

    LTC RIZALDO B LIMOSO (GSC) PA

    CMS Ursula Juson (WAC) PA

    CMS Carlos C Infore (Inf) PA

     

    2008

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAG (GSC)

    COL EDGARDO RENE C SAMONTE PAF (GSC)

    COL JOSE Z MABANTA JR PA (GSC)

    COL MANUEL NA ABINUMAN PN (GSC)

    COL MAXIMO G CARO PA (GSC)

    COL RICHARD C SIGA-AN (GSC) PAF

    COL VICTORIO H QUINIA PAF (GSC)

    LTC ALEXANDER V AMBAL

    LTC DINOH A DOLINA PA (GSC)

    LTC DINOH A DOLINA PA (GSC)

    LTC RIZALDO B LIMOSO PA (GSC)

    SMS Ferdinand T Martinez (Inf) PA

    2009

    CAPT MANUEL NATALIO A ABINUMAN PN (GSC)

    CAPT ROBERT A EMPEDRAD PN (GSC)

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    COL ARNULFO B JUNIO PAF (GSC)

    COL EDMUNDO R PANGILINAN PA (GSC)

    COL MAXIMO G CARO PA

    COL VICTORIO H QUINIA PAF (GSC)

    LTC ALEXANDER V AMBAL PA (GSC)

    LTC DINOH A DOLINA PA (GSC)

    SMS Ferdinand T Martinez (Inf) PA

    FCMS Edilberto R Lustre PN (M)

    2010

    CAPT ROBERT A EMPEDRAD PN (GSC)

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    COL ALEXANDER V AMBAL PA (GSC)

    COL ARNULFO B JUNIO PAF (GSC)

    COL EDMUNDO R PANGILINAN PA (GSC)

    COL LUIS VINCENT A TACDERAS PA (GSC)

    LTC DINOH A DOLINA PA (GSC)

    MCPO  Edgar G Solamo PN

    CMS Edmar T Babiera PAF

    2011

    CAPT NARCISO A VINGSON PN (GSC)

    CAPT ROBERT A EMPEDRAD PN (GSC)

    COL AL I PERRERAS JAGS (GSC)

    COL ALEXANDER V AMBAL PA (GSC)

    COL DONATO B SAN JUAN PA (GSC)

    COL ENRIQUE C REYES PAF (GSC)

    COL ERNESTO R MILO PAF (GSC)

    COL LUIS VINCENT A TACDERAS PA (GSC)

    LTC ERWIN VICTORIANO A MACHICA III JAGS

    LTC MANUEL V SEQUITIN GSC (INF) PA

    SMS Evelyn A Gabor PAF (WAC)

    2012

    RADM WENEFREDO B BANUA AFP

    CAPT NARCISO A VINGSON PN (GSC)

    COL DONATO B SAN JUAN PA (GSC)

    COL ENRIQUE C REYES PAF (GSC)

    COL LEANDRO A LOYAO PA (GSC)

    COL LUIS VINCENT A TACDERAS PA (GSC)

    LTC EMILIO D FELICIN JAGS

    LTC MA VICTORIA M GIRAO JAGS (GSC)

    LTC MANUEL V SEQUITIN GSC (INF) PA

    CMS Evelyn A Gabor PAF (WAC)

     

    2014

    LTGEN VIRGILIO O DOMINGO AFP

    RADM ANTONIO A HABULAN JR AFP

    BGEN ROLANDO V PACAR AFP

    COL BIENVENIDO R DATUIN JR PA (GSC)

    COL ARIEL R CACULITAN PN (M) (GSC)

    COL SIMEON Z FELIX JR PAF (GSC)

    COL HENRY M DAYAOEN PA (GSC)

    LTC EMILIO D FELICEN JAGS (GSC)

    LTC DANILO E ESTRAÑERO (FA) PA

    SMS ROMEO C AUSTRIA PAF


     

     

     

     

    [1] Circular Nr 17, par 6.c, 1991

    [2] Presidential Decree 352, par 3.

    & Circular Nr 25, par 3, 1975.

    [3] MOA AFP & SMSFI, par 4, 2002

    [4] Staff Memo Nr 16, par 1, 2004

    [5] Staff Memo Nr 16, par 2, 2004

       

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