ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES (AFP)

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36 Responses to ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES (AFP)

  1. Lydia soriano says:

    Hello…pwede po malaman number sgt ilasin.kc po yong mga contact numbers po nya na nsa amin dna po active.bago po sana ako luwas manila na pupunta dyan camp crame gusto ko pong malaman kung ano po doc.na kailangan ko dalhin…thank u po..about po sa pension ng tta ko ang kailangan ko pong tanungin kay sgt ilasin.

  2. JhonRacer says:

    Sir!!Seventeen po ako male hindi nakapagtapos ng k12 pangarap ko pong maging sundalo at determinado po ako Sir!!
    Ano pong kailangankong gawin ko sir??

  3. nathaniel P. Franciso says:

    please in need to talk my uncle

  4. nathaniel P. Franciso says:

    pwd po matanong gusto ko po makausap si tito Totoy P.Francisco!
    paki bigay nalang po kay tito ang number ko isa po siyang ARMY..
    ito po number ko 09555821709 thank you no matagal kuna po siya hinahanap.

  5. imelda corpuz says:

    gud pm po ask ko lang po reg my fathers other benefits. Is there any chances that my father can receive any other benefits regarding my fathers extension during his services that he completed the 30 years in his service and he was extended for another 2 years 8 mos and 19 days? meron p po b syang maaaring maclaim. Kc po inutusan nya po ako to visit the AFP office eh im hesitant to come over for no assurance kc syempre po kaylangan ng pamasahe… And I dont want to waste any effort kung wala nman pong mangya2ri. Im hoping for your good consideration sir/maam. .thank you po

  6. marconi r. paiso jr. says:

    sir ask lang ko tungkol sa g2 clearance ko for commissionship kung ano na status, applicant: marconi r. paiso jr. og cagayan de oro city submitted to afprescom camp evang. patag c.do. tnx

  7. Aimee Lyn says:

    Good afternoon po, tanung ko lang po kung enttiled po ba ako ng benefits at monthly pension galing sa AFP with 7 years1 month and 16 days in service?Enlisted po ako noong October 14, 1967- Nov. 29, 1974
    Nakisuyo po ako sa email na to.
    Ernesto Tubiera Libaton

  8. Claire says:

    Good morning po pwede po bang magtanong if what mga requiresments ng maglakad ng papers sa namatay na afp retired?

  9. Richard binag says:

    Sir/mam good pm. Tanong lang po kung anong meaning ng GR And HS section at TSG sa afpdrtf. I need answer sir/mam

  10. miguel castillo says:

    hello sir, ma’am ask ko lang po kung may serial number 902626 alvin garcia esteban sa afp pakilala po kasi captain na sya. maraming salamat po

  11. Paolo Eva Mustaza says:

    Good pm po sir/ maam
    Ask q lng po kung saan po ba makikita yung mga nakapasa don sa isinagawang exam dto samin noong february?

  12. jonathan alvarez says:

    sir/maam,..

    Occidental Mindoro Public Safety Company at Provincial Police office, may i request where to buy updated military map, like falcon lite used in combat operation, Pleased forwarded information and Contact number of office responsible to sale that said map.
    thank you!

  13. lanilyn de asis says:

    Hi sir/ma’am gudevening pro,ask kuh LNG po kung panu mag process s pagiging sundalo at kailan po kya ang schedule ng exam

  14. John christopher bañares says:

    Hello sir maam. Im a college under grad. Im willing to serve our country. But how do inapply sir maam. Thank you

  15. Shiela Umali says:

    Good pm po ask ko lang po pano po pag nag awol ang isang sundalo pero at that time 21 years inservice sya pued po ba syang umapila para po mag file ng compulsory retirement? Thnx po

  16. Clyde brian tan says:

    Pwede po malaman contact number sa dental service o dental core sa bulwagang valdez? Tnx

  17. John adrian reymundo says:

    Hello po san po kami pwede lumapit o matawagan tungkol po sa papa ko na sundalo matagal na kami wala sa kanyang contact kasal po sila ng mama ko para naman po masuportahan niya kami. Salamat po sa mabibigay nyo pong advice

  18. Jasmin says:

    Hello po, anong department po ako pweding mag ask about sa asawa kong sundalo, nag hiwalay kami at napagalaman ko na pinagawaan ako presumtive death para makasal siya ulit, nakakuha ako ng copy nito at cenomar nya from NSO na nakalagay ang kasal namin at sa pangalawang kasal nya at ang second wife nya ang nasa beneficiary may 3 anak po kami na akong mag isa ang nagpalaki. Maraming salamat.

  19. Rich Larroza says:

    Sir/Ma’am Good day, mag-ask lang po ako if may chance pa po ba makabalik ako sa service, nagupon ETE ako nung September 2014, 3 years lng po ako sa service, thank you in advance

  20. Jay-are Ayuma says:

    Hi, Good Day. I’m Jay-are L Ayuma,26 yo. From Balingasag Misamis oriental. A Graduate of AB Philosophy From Don Bosco College Canlubang. i am a former seminarian For 5 solid years. however my dream to become a soldier is still in my mind. please give some advise how to become a part of AFP. THANK YOU

  21. chloe says:

    hello goodmorning. I am one of those ladies who happen to have fall in love with “Men in Uniform.” then….the story goes…. we have a baby boy…but this “man” from the Philippine Army do not give financial support to our baby..
    i don’t have any papers to prove that my baby is his child..because when i go out from the hospital i do use my name..only i can prove it by DNA..but it is expensive but i am willing to pay for the DNA..as long as that if once proven to be his…i want him to pay all my expenses in getting evidences..for now we don’t have any communication because he don’t want to reply on my texts and calls.. i can’t even reach him.. nagtatago na siya…akala ko nga matatapang mga sundalo…my weakness din pala sila..
    Sir/Mam or to whom it may concern… the father of my baby do not want to give an allotment to our baby because he is married, nevertheless i know this will not affect his job but still he don’t like.
    i am willing to identify his name if it you need it.
    Please help me. thank you.

  22. I finished ROTC in the NSTP Course in University of Perpetual Help System DALTA – Molino Campus last March 28, 2007. I just want to check if I do have this Serial ID that I found in my Certificate of Completion.

    It’s says in the Certificate of Completion:
    PFC DENNIS FRITZ-BOY B. CABAS-AN CV-RO7-000737 (RES) PA

    I just need to have a confirmation about this information that I found.
    Thank you.

  23. Alfredo Desiderio says:

    [*National legislation needed]

    A nation smaller than Communist China and without the armed strength of the Unites States of America, in order to sustain a war against the arrogant and slobbering Communist giant, must maintain a military force that is a combination of its conventional forces and a well-trained, well-equipped national militia based on a flexible mobile and scattered but cohesive small self-sufficient forces with additional capabilities of anti-armor, anti-missile and anti-air defense.

    Ideally, there should be a combination of large fighting groups operating air, armor, and naval assets and small self-sufficient fighting groups of such a size as to afford mobility and evasiveness while allowing for it to have in additon to its guns and ammunitions factories, its own mobile factories and mobile stores of light missiles. In support of the declared intentions, each province, municipality and barangay shall maintain in complement to the existing structures of the Armed Forces of the Philippines their own self-sufficient and operational fighting forces under the supervision of the Armed forces of the Philippines.

    The Officers of Deparment of the Local Government shall have the primary authority in ensuring that the conduct of operations of the Barangay Defense Forces and the Municipal Defense Forces shall be in accordance with the Philippine Constitution and the laws of the Repubic of the Philippines. The Armed Forces of the Philippines and its officers acting in supervision of the Municipal Defense Forces shall primariy be empowered to make decisions concerned with assigment of production priorities for military equipment and supplies, deployment of forces, battle stategies and combat tactics, and determining the fitness of candidates for incorporation into the barangay and municipal defense forces.

    The main aims are:

    EVASIVENESS
    The envisioned forces must be scattered or geographically separated numerous small mobile formations to make it difficult for the enemy to find and target. The applicable rule is that surviving a missile strike or bombarment is best achieved by being absent in the area under attack.

    The forces based in the barangays shall be at least two operational groups which shall be capable of moving from one base to another [except for the food production/farming teams].

    LETHALITY
    The envisioned forces must upon detecting hostile forces in its vicinity, or upon command by superiors, be capable of engaging and destroying the attackers.

    SURVIVABILITY AND RETENTION OF CAPABILITY TO RETALIATE AND OVERCOME
    To enable the envisoned forces to retain effective retaliatory capability, in addition to avoiding getting wiped out by a single massive air or missile raid, the envisioned forces must have an effective lethal radius of at least 25 kilometers [using light surface-to-air and anti-armor missiles] to be able to destroy as much of any attacker before they can cause damage.

    COHESIVENESS
    While geographically separated, each BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES, MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES, and their elements shall always operate IN SUPPORT OF ONE ANOTHER and the ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES.

    The envisioned forces shall be capable of deploying and executing commands from up the chain of command to achieve an effective and successful conduct of battle against the enemy.

    The envisioned forces must capable of directing their fire to bring about from different directions and locations a coordinated and concentrated firepower upon a common target.

    FLEXIBILITY
    The envisioned forces shall usually operate within their areas of responsibilities, but may be tasked by higher authorities to operate in far away areas [non-home areas] either as attached units operating along side units based in the non-home areas or as coordinating units [presence known to existing units based in the non-home area of operations, but following their orders specifically given to them only by higher headquarters.
    ACCURATE AND TIMELY COMMUNICATIONS IS A MUST.

    INTELIGENCE
    The envisioned forces shall also serve as information gathering networks for the ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES.

    INITIATIVE
    The envisioned forces may at any time deemed appropriate by its own immediate military commanders conduct such actions as require to suppress, destroy and eliminate hostile presence within its area of operation.

    The military commanders must request coordination from the higher HQ for the conduct battle operations.

    The military commanders may ask for support from barangay and municipal forces in adjoining areas before or during the conduct of battle.

    SUFFICIENCY
    The envisioned forces shall have the capability and resources to manufacture, repair and maintain its armaments, equipment, transport, food and water, communications equipment, and other supplies [including and not limited to tents, uniforms, boots, helmets, body armor, personal hygiene supplies, etc.].

    The each team of the BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES shall maintain its own caches of arms, ammunitions, medical supplies, fuel, radio and phone batteries in locations known only to its elements.

    Each pair of members may keep their own dispersed secret stores of ammunition, food and medicine to ensure combat effectivity while moving from location to location.

    Every element of the envisioned forces must have the capability to maintain his own equipment and to forage or live off the land.

    The forces shall be scattered in the sense that they shall be geographically separated to preclude a single air or missile strike by the enemy from destroying a great number of their elements. The forces based in the barangays shall be at least two operational groups which shall be capable of moving from one base to another [except for the food production/farming teams].
    They shall be cohesive because they shall be capable of operating in support of one another, an in support of the regular armed forces and striking at common targets while remaining close to or within their areas of responsibilities.

    TRAINING

    EVERY MUNICIPALITY shall maintain under the combined supervision of the Municipal Officer of Deparment of the Local Government and the Interior and the Armed Forces of the Philippines, thru its duly designated officer or team of officers, its own MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES, an armed forces supported by its own manufacturing and logistics capability.
    AT NO TIME shall the Municipal Mayor or any municipal elective official or their immediate relatives be given command of the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES OR ITS COMPONENT UNITS.

    The composition of the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES shall ideally be:

    RIFLEMEN
    (2,000) At least 2,000 trustworthy and trained personnel qualified for the 7.62mm or 5.56mm infantry rifle and the crew-served machine gun, distributed in 20 fighting groups of 100 personnel each fighting group. The Armed Forces of the Philippines shall supply the rifles, maintenance kits, and ammunitionfor them.

    ANTI-ARMOR
    (50) The municipality shall maintain at least 10 teams of 5 personnel each of trustworthy personnel trained in the operation of anti-tank mortars and man-portable missile. A team of Anti-Armour combat personnel may be given their assignments [operate as a group of its own or be attached to RIFLEMEN teams] as deemed fit by the supervising Armed Forces officers.

    PERIMETER DEFENSE PERSONNEL
    (240) At least 240 trustworthy personnel for trained in the use, operation and maintenance of mobile/transportable anti-air and anti-missile armaments, distributed in 20 teams of 12 personnel each team. Each team shall have its own launch platforms and transport vehicles.

    ARMOURERS
    (60) At least 1 manufacturing facility with at least 60 trustworthy personnel assigned in 10 teams of 6 personnel trained and equipped as armourers capable of repairs, maintenance, and manufacture of military firearms, including captured enemy firearms and those issued for the use of the Philippine military. Each team shall have its own fleet of trucks and motorcycles and supplies of fuel for acquiring supplies and delivery of products to combat units.

    COMMUNICATIONS
    (60) At least 10 teams at 6 members each team of trustworthy and trained electronics communications operators capable of operation cellular mobile base stations, in addition to the 2-way radio UHF/VHF radios. The municipality shall provide the personnel while the national governement and the armedforces of the Philippines shall provide the equipment.

    COURIERS/MESSENGERS
    (30) At least 10 teams of 3 personnel each of trustworthy and trained messengers/dispatch riders equipped with their own motorcycles. During hostilities, these messengers shall be empowered to legally requisition any vehicle including cars, motocycles, bicycles of any kind, and must provide a receipt to the owner of the requisitioned vehicle stating the full identity [name, organization, address] of the person making the requisition, the time and date of requisition, the identification of the vehicle [registration plate number if motor vehicle or motorcycle] and its owner. Further providing that requisitioning for personal gain is against the law may be punisheable by fine or imprisonment and discharge from the service.

    MEDICAL
    (30) At least 10 team of combat medics and emergency medical technicians with 1 qualified physician and 2 aides per team as part of the medical corps of the municial defense forces. The municipality, or provincial government shall provide the medical equipment support equipment [including portable power generating equipment whether solar, wind-powered or fuel-based generators], supplies and vehicles necessary for the medical teams to perform their tasks. If the budgets of the municipality and the provincial governments fall short, the Armed forces of the Philippines may make up for the necessary additional funds.

    FOOD PRODUCTION
    (120) At least 120 trustworthy paid personnel tasked and purposely provisioned for the production , distibution and storage of food supplies for the barangay defense forces and for the municipal defense forces as well.

    TRAINING
    The Armed Forces of the Philippines shall operate and maintain in every municipality a facility to recruit citizens from every barangay and train for deployment in each barangays and the municipality based on acquired skills and qualifications as riflemen, machine gunners, missile operators, electronics communications technicians, armorers and transport operators.

    LOGISTICS
    (120) At least 20 teams with 6 paid personnel each team of trustworthy personnel trained and equipped to engage in the manufacture of uniforms, boots, and other similar supplies and logistics to equip the municipal defense forces. Each team shall have its own fleet of motorcycles and supplies of fuel for acquiring supplies and delivery of products to combat units. Wages and salaries to be shouldered according to capacity to pay by the municipality and the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

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    EVERY BARANGAY should maintain its own BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES in support of the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES and the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    The BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES shall be under the combined supervision of the Barangay Officer of the Department of Local Govermenment Governement and the Armed Forces of the Philippines, thru its duly designated officer or team of officers. AT NO TIME shall the BARANGAY CHAIRMAN OR ANY BARANGAY ELECTIVE OFFICIAL or their IMMEDIATE RELATIVES be given command of the BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES OR ITS COMPONENT UNITS.

    The BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES shall be tasked mainly with the defense of its own territory and those of its immediate adjoining barangays.

    The BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES may OPERATE ON THEIR OWN, or when combat exigencies require be tasked to operate with the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES while maintaining its own organizational structure and chain of command. When incorporated into the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES, the units of the BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES shall thru its CHAIN OF COMMAND accept and execute lawful commands and instructions from the commanding officers of the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES and the Armed Forces ofhe Philippines officers exercising supervision over the Municipal Defense Forces. It is re-iterated herein that: The Officers of DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE INTERIOR shall have the primary authority in ensuring that the conduct of operations of the Barangay Defense Forces and the Municipal Defense Forces shall be in accordance with the Philippine Constitution and the laws of the REPUBIC OF THE PHILIPPINES. The ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES and its OFFICERS acting in supervision of the MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES shall primariy be empowered to make decisions concerned with assigment of production priorities for military equipment and supplies, deployment of forces, battle stategies and combat tactics, and determining the fitness of candidates for incorporation into the barangay and MUNICIPAL DEFENSE FORCES.

    The Barangay Defense Forces shall be composed of the following components:

    RECRUITMENT
    The Barangay shall maintain and operate a recruitment center to enlist trainees into the Municipal Defense Force training program.

    RIFLEMEN
    (150) A force of at least 150 trustworthy and trained personnel qualified for the 7.62mm or 5.56mm infantry rifle and the crew-served machine gun. Tt is envisoned that a municipality with 20 barangays shall maintain 3,000 battle-ready and provisioned riflemen and a province with at least 20 municipalies shall in effect have 60,000 battle-ready and provisioned riflemen. It is proposed they receive the corresponding pay and benefits from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    ANTI-AIR AND ANTI-MISSILE DEFENSE
    At least 12 trustworthy personnel for training and deployment in the use and operation anti-air and anti-missile armaments, as part of the barangay defense force and under direct supervision of an Armed Forces of the Philippines officer.
    It is proposed they receive the correponding pay and benefits from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    ANTI-ARMOR
    Each barangay shall have a team of trustworthy personnel armed with and trained to operate man-portable anti-tank missiles under the direct superision of an Armed Forces of the Philippines officer.
    It is proposed they receive the corresponding pay and benefits from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    ARMOURERS
    (6) At least 6 trustworthy paid personnel trained as armourers capable of repairs, maintenance, and manufacture of military firearms, including captured enemy firearms and those issued for the use of the Philippine military. These armourers shall serve mainly their home municipalities but may be called upon to provide support to other municipalities as ordered by the authorized officers of the Armed Forces of the Phillipines
    It is proposed they receive the corresponding pay and benefits from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS
    (6) Its own team of at least 6 trustworthy and trained electronics communications operators capable of operation cellular mobile base stations, in addition to the 2-way radio UHF/VHF radios.
    It is proposed they receive the corresponding pay and benefits from the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    COURIERS/MESSENGERS
    (6) 2 teams of 3 personnel each team of trustworthy and trained messengers/dispatch riders equipped with their own motorcycles. During hostilities, these messengers shall be empowered to legally requisition any vehicle including cars, motocycles, bicycles of any kind, and must provide a receipt to the owner of the requisitioned vehicle stating the full identity [name, organization, address] of the person making the requisition, the time and date of requisition, the identification of the vehicle [registration plate number if motor vehicle or motorcycle] and its owner. Further providing that requisitioning for personal gain is against the law may be punisheable by fine or imprisonment and discharge from the service.
    No one shall be inducted as messengers/dispatch rider of the Barangay Defense Force unless they acknowledge in writing that they are required by to provide a receipt to the owner of the requisitioned vehicle stating the full identity [name, organization, address] of the person making the requisition, the time and date of requisition, the identification of the vehicle [registration plate number if motor vehicle or motorcycle] and its owner, and may be subject to prosecution for failure to issue such a receipt for requisitioning any kind of vehicle or transport.
    It is proposed they receive the corresponding pay and benefits from the barangay and the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    MEDICAL
    (6) At least 2 teams of 1 qualified physician and 2 aides per team of combat medics and emergency medical technicians. The barangay, municipality, or provincial shall provide the medical equipment support equipment [including portable power generating equipment whether solar, wind-powered or fuel-based generators], supplies and vehicles necessary for the medical teams to perform their tasks. If the budget of the municipality falls short, the Armed forces of the Philippines may make up for the necessary additional funds.

    FOOD PRODUCTION
    (20) At least 20 trustworthy paid personnel tasked and purposely provisioned for the production, distibution and storage of food supplies for the barangay defense forces and for the municipal defense forces as well. Wages and salaries for the workers shall derive from the profits derived in the sale of their products plus a basic allowance [subject to agreement between workers and the barangay governement, until further determination by law] from the barangay government.

    LOGISTICS
    (6) At least 6 trustworthy paid personnel trained and equipped to engage in the manufacture of uniforms, boots, and other simlar supplies and logistics to equip the barangay defense forces. Items produced shall be paid for and deemed sold to the national government for use by the barangay defense forces. Wages and salaries for the workers shall derive from the profits derived in the sale of their products plus a basic allowance [subject to agreement between workers and the barangay governement, until further determination by law] from the barangay government.

    In addition, every barangay shall maintain its own BARANGAY DEFENSE FORCES under the supervision of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, thru its duly designated officer or team of officers:

    (12) At least 12 trustworthy personnel for training and deployment in the use and operation anti-air and anti-missile armaments, as part of the barangay defense force.

    (12) At least 2 teams of 6 members per team of technicians for training and deployment as support technicians for the operation and maintennce of the ainti-air and anti-missile defenses of the barangay.

    (12) At least 12 trustworthy and 12 trustworthy personnel for training in electronics communications for deployment as operators of 2-way radio UHF/VHF radios and cellular mobile base stations.

    (3) At least 3 trustworthy personnel composed of 1 qualified physician and 2 aides for training as combat medics and emergency medical technicians for deployment as members of the municipal medics corps.

    (20) At least 20 trustworthy paid personnel tasked and purposely provisioned for the production, distibution and storage of food supplies for the barangay defense forces and for the municipal deense forces as well. Wages and salaries for the workers shall derive from the profits derived in the sale of their products plus a basic allowance [subject to agreement between workers and the barangay governement, until further determination by law] from the barangay government.

    (6) At least 6 trustworthy paid personnel trained and equipped to engage in the manufacture of uniforms, boots, and other simlar supplies and logistics to equip the barangay defense forces. Items produced shall be paid for and deemed sold to the national government for use by the barangay defense forces. Wages and salaries for the workers shall derive from the profits derived in the sale of their products plus a basic allowance [subject to agreement between workers and the barangay government, until further determination by law] from the barangay government.

  24. Peter Jhon Sevilla says:

    Peace and Goodwill!
    Hi, I am Peter Jhon Sevilla, 25 years of age, a graduate of Bachelor of Arts Major in Philosophy at St. Paul Seminary Foundation (SPSF), Lalaan 1st, Silang Cavite. I was a former Seminarian.
    However, I am very interested to be part of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

    Your good office is much appreciated for good response

  25. jamhilaga says:

    Good day.

    I am Julie Ann M. Hilaga, a third year student of the University of the Philippines Los Banos from the College of Development Communication. Currently taking up a Bachelor in Science in Development Communication. I am also a graduate of basic ROTC (ROTC 1 and ROTC 2) of the UPLB ROTC Unit DMST 403rd CDC, 4RCDG.

    I have received my serial number as army reservist.
    I am also planning on taking up 18 units in teaching courses in order to take the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) in the future. I would also like to pursue Masters degree in Education and/or management.

    I recently found out that I may be able to join the technical staff of Corps of Professors in the future. In line with this, I am asking for guidance in what course of action should I take in order to become part of the AFP, especially the Corps of Professors.

    I am very interested in joining the AFP that is why I am asking for guidance as eary as now. Thank you for your time.

    Julie Ann M. Hilaga
    University of the Philippines Los Banos
    College of Development Communication
    +63 927 129 5506

  26. romelita campo igpit says:

    tanong lang sir kung mag reklamo po kmi ng abandon at diretso sa jagu ano po mangyayari?

  27. romelita campo igpit says:

    hello po
    ako po ay isang asawa ng sundalo at nagtatrabaho dto sa egypt…pwd po tulungan nyo ako paano makasuporta ung ama ng mga anak ko…malaki n po sila at need talaga po pera matagal n niyang ina abandon ung mga bata at ang binuhay ay ang kinakasama niya….pls po tulungan nyo akong masuportahan ung mga anak namin…legal po akong asawa

  28. May Belle Trinidad says:

    Hi, Good day!

    May I request for contact number of Retirement or Hospitalization Section.

    Your soonest response is much appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.

    MB Trinidad

  29. Villalobos says:

    Dear Sir,
    Can you pls. Help my query where to contact Colonel Ferdinand Navarro. He’s formerly Major in Camp Olivas Pampanga.
    I would really appreciate if could reply to my e-mail above.

    Kind Regards,
    J.Villalobos

  30. April Joy Gamboa says:

    sir,
    good day!
    Mr. Renato Salas just died last April 29,2015, he was an ARF year 2001-2004,i just to ask if he can still claim some benefits inbehalf to the loss of the family he left behind…

    i am willing to undergo interview and question this matter…
    you may contact me in this number 0936-5485989

    truly yours,
    LAvilla Salas

    LAvilla Salas

  31. Elfknight says:

    ATTENTION!

    Correction: The TELEFAX number posted in this website is not accurate.. Trunk Line number of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is 911-6001.

  32. Flordeliza Punzalan says:

    Hello Ninong,

    Jonathan Yacoub is not cooperating up on lookout revolving restaurant and their are two limp haired girls at the front from new zealand that are tnt,…please help i will fail wizadry if i dont pass restaurant owning spinning wheel and my personal space with H/A captains! decalring war on rhonda and melissa…refugees reciprocate release the true spirit of stan kofman!

  33. jhu mags says:

    Sir:
    afp is known for being heroes of d country. With d great effort and sacrifices they exte i we truly salute you!but let me just open a real sitution hppens in your oRganixation. There r some senior soldiers hu abuses their power of being in d position.. When they get drunk they r making things unuslual ot shall i say against d human ryts..ang masam po nyan gingawa nila mismo sa kasamahan nilang mababa ang ranko.bakit po ganun?nagtratrabaho ng maayus ang isang sundalo subalit sinsktan lng ng kapwa sdldahil ito ay lasinsan na po ang paninindigan nyo sa kapatiran.i hope u can address dis simple yet alarming situation.tnx en godbless

  34. MRS. MAXINE MACARANAS PORAL says:

    Sir,
    i would like to follow up my back pay for the year 2011-2012 plus the increment.
    I apply for the resumption of my pension last dec. 2012. and was activated Feb. 2013.
    Please do the needful to have my back pay coz they promise after a year I will receive my back pay.
    Hoping for your kind consideration for my family needs.
    Thanks and regards
    Maxine M. Poral

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