Category Archives: Government

National Flag Day of the Philippines

  National Flag Day of the Philippines (May 28 – June 12) National symbols like flags and heraldic items embody the identity of a nation. The country’s history, culture, and political aspirations command the respect of its citizen and those of other nations. The following are excerpts from the rules and regulations implementing the Flag and Heraldic Code… Read More »

The Philippine Flag’s Sun

  The Philippine Flag’s Sun Did you know? The Philippine Flag‘s Sun originally had a human face on it, which is similar to the sun on the flags of some South American republics that became independent from Spain, namely Argentina (1812) and Uruguay (1828). You may want to read: National Flag Day of the Philippines

BRP Jose Rizal (FF150)

  LOOK: The Philippine Navy’s first missile-capable warship, which will be christened BRP Jose Rizal (FF150) once it is commissioned to service, finally arrived in Subic, Zambales today, May 23, 2020, after its five-day maiden voyage from Ulsan, South Korea. (@PIA_RIII) BRP Jose Rizal Armaments: 76-mm main gun 30-caliber remotely-controlled gun Anti-ship missile system (range of 150 kilometers)… Read More »

The Philippine Flag’s 3 Stars

  What does The Philippine Flag’s 3 Stars mean? Originally symbolized “the principal islands of the archipelago” at the time, namely Luzon, Mindanao, and Panay, not the major island groups of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao that the stars symbolize today. You may want to read: The flag of the Philippines The Philippine Flag’s Sun

PMA Masidlawin Class of 2020 Top 10 Graduate

  PMA Masidlawin Class of 2020 Top 10 Graduate Top 1 Gemalyn Sugui – Echague, Isabela Top 2 Jade Villanueva – Tacloban City Top 3 Jefferson Salazar – Zamboanga City Top 4 Rotes Gaile Jamandre – Ifugao Top 5 Jeb Bay-an – La Trinidad, Benguet Top 6 Catabay Ladyong – Kalinga Top 7 Vanelyn Angel Tabao – Tuguegarao… Read More »