Tag Archives: Military

CIDG Hotline

  CIDG Hotline Are you a victim of Online Bullying, Online Threats, Online Libel, Child Pornography Identity Theft, Hacking, Photo and Video Voyeurism, Online Piracy, Sextortion, Credit Card Fraud, Online Scam, or Other Related Crimes Should you have questions, or complaints relating to cybercrime, please contact the following Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) hotline numbers. CIDG Headquarters… Read More »

Insular Constabulary (Act No. 175)

  Insular Constabulary (Act No. 175) 18 July 1901 The Insular Constabulary (later called Philippine Constabulary) composed of the Filipino police was organized to uphold order throughout the Philippines, especially when the American soldiers left after the Philippine-American War. As part of its police work, the constabulary was tasked to suppress those who continued fighting and to implement… Read More »

40th Infantry Troops overran terrorist hideout

  Troops from the 40th Infantry “Magiting” Battalion, 6th Infantry “Kampilan” Division and 1st Mechanized Infantry Brigade overran a terrorist hideout in Barangay Baumol, Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat, on June 4, 2020, resulting to six terrorists killed and the capture of 19 others. You may want to read: Philippine Army Officer Candidate Course

New Chief of the Army Operations Research Center

The new Chief of the Army Operations Research Center, Philippine Army (ORC) takes post in a ceremony presided by the Army Chief of Staff here today, June 3, 2020. Col. Harold M. Cabunoc officially took over as ORC chief, replacing Col. Samuel G. Yunque in a Change of Chief of Office ceremony with Army Chief of Staff Maj.… Read More »

Who is Commodore Luzviminda Camacho?

  Commodore Luzviminda Camacho is the 1st female commodore of the Philippine Navy. Luzviminda Camacho’s promotion to commodore is a rare achievement in the broadly male-dominated Armed Forces of the Philippines, especially for an officer who did not graduate from the  Philippine Military Academy. The promotion of generals and senior officers in the military signified the advancement in… Read More »