Category Archives: Government

A4 Priority Group in COVID-19 Vaccination Program

New Eligible Persons under A4 Priority Group in COVID-19 Vaccination Program: Private sector workers required to be physically present at their designated workplace outside of their residences. Employees in government agencies and instrumentalities, including GOCCs and LGUs. Informal sector workers and self-employed who may be required to work outside their residences, and those working in a private household.… Read More »

PCG recognized Class 26-2020 “Hiraya Masiklab” in Bataan

PCG Class 26-2020 “Hiraya Masiklab” in Bataan The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has recognized a total of 216 trainees of the Coast Guard Officer’s Course (CGOC) Class 26 – 2020 ‘HIRAYA MASIKLAB’ at the Regional Training Center (RTC) Bataan on 21 May 2021. During the ceremony, Commodore Roben de Guzman, Acting Commander of the CGETDC, encouraged the trainees… Read More »

Genison Basilio

Genison Basilio: From online gamer to Coast Guard Officer PCG District Palawan Commander, Commodore Genito Basilio accompanied his son, Genison Basilio during his commencement exercises as one of the 240 graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) Class of 2021 held at New London, Connecticut yesterday, 19 May 2021. None other than U.S. President Joe Biden handed… Read More »

Dianne Shaira Basuel

Dianne Shaira Basuel (U.S. Coast Guard Academy Class of 2021) Bravo Zulu to Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Cadets Dianne Shaira Basuel and Daisy Anne Atayan, the first female PCG cadets to graduate from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy! Cadets Basuel and Atayan will graduate along with Eric Joseph Noble and Genison Basilio as part of the Philippine Coast… Read More »

Daisy Anne Atayan

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) recognizes DAISY ANNE ATAYAN — one of the two first female PCG-sponsored cadets who will officially graduate from the United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) on 19 May 2021! Daisy Atayan entered the Academy in 2017 when she was only 17 years old. Four years later, she still remembered the challenging question a… Read More »