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Masobra 100 ka panibag-o nga soldado, nag-gradwar na sa ila nga Candidate Soldier Course

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PHOTOS: Philippine Army Spearhead Troopers

ILOILO – Gin-abi abi sang 3rd Infantry Division sang Philippine Army ang 149 ka panibag-o nga soldado nga nag-gradwar sa Candidate Soldier Course (CSC) “Makilat” Class 705-2021 sa Camp General Macario B. Peralta Jr., sa Jamindan, Capiz subong nga adlaw.

Ang nasambit nga mga soldado ang enlisted sa rank nga Private matapos nakompleto ang pito ka bulan nga CSC kag Infantry Operation Course (INFOC) nga gindumala sang 3rd Division Training School (3DTS).

Bilang kabahin sang tradisyon sang entrustement rites, ang mga new privates ang nakabaton sang R4 Carbine-issued rifle nga naga-simbolo sang supremacy sang civilian authority sa militar.

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Nahibaluan man nga sa sulod sang pito ka bulan, ginpaidalum sa “rigorous rigorous and disciplined Basic Military Training” ang mga soldado. Sila ang gintudloan man sang fundamentals of soldiery and instilled nga may Army’s core values of honor, duty, and patriotism.

Samtang, nakuha naman ni Private John Mark S. Tuyab sang La Purisima Concepcion, Bogo City, Cebu ang 3ID Commander’s Award nga may General Point Average of 90.64 percent kag Physical Proficiency Award nga may general average of 98.66 percent.

Chief of Staff Award nga may General Point Average of 90.11 percent naman ang nakuha ni Private Aldrin T. Velos sang Brgy Sohoton, Badian, Cebu.

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Kag Commandant’s Award nga may General Point Average of 90.06 percent naman ang nakuha ni Private James Mangubat sang Brgy Tejero, Cebu.

Samtang, gin-panginbulahan naman ni 3rd ID Commander, Major General Benedict Arevalo ang new privates, kag ila mga pamilya.

Ang pagdugang sang mga soldado ang kabahin sa pagpabaskog sang anti-insurgency campaign sa Western kag Central Visayas

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 “The training of our new graduates has endured the mental and psychological pressure. It pushed one’s physical body to its limits and certain obstacles that brought out their camaraderie towards their brother. The drills conditioned them to be ready to face future challenges as the new members of the Philippine Army,” suno kay Arevalo.

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