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Lt. Gen. Gilbert Gapay: It was murder!

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edited June 30 in Local and Foreign Issues

Philippine army: fatal police shooting of troops a `rubout'

JIM GOMEZ
June 29, 2020, 8:26 PM PDT
Philippine army fatal police shooting of troops a rubout
Philippine army: fatal police shooting of troops a `rubout'

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine army chief on Tuesday angrily called the fatal police shooting of four soldiers, including two officers, “a rubout” and demanded justice for the killings which the police said ensued from a “misencounter.”

Eduardo Ano, a retired military chief of staff who now oversees the national police as interior secretary, ordered the police involved in Monday’s violence in the southern town of Jolo in Sulu province be disarmed and restricted for investigation.

Police said the soldiers were killed in a “misencounter” with a group of police officers. The army has said that its two officers and two enlisted men were on a mission against Abu Sayyaf militants, including two suspected suicide bombers, when they were flagged down and later fatally shot by police without provocation even after the soldiers identified themselves.

It was murder,” army commanding general Lt. Gen. Gilbert Gapay told reporters. “There was no misencounter ... it was a rubout.”

The violence reflects the often-complicated conditions under which the campaign against the Abu Sayyaf and its allied foreign and local militants has been waged by the military, with backing from the police, for about three decades. The on and off offensives have considerably weakened the Abu Sayyaf, which is blacklisted by the U.S. and the Philippines as a terrorist group, but it remains a national security threat.

“This is a very unfortunate incident that should have not happened,” Ano said. Aside from a police investigation he said he would ask the National Bureau of Investigation, Manila’s counterpart to the FBI, to carry out an inquiry.

An initial police report said Jolo police were on patrol with anti-illegal drug agents in the town’s Bus-Bus village when they spotted an SUV with “four armed male persons,” whom they stopped. The four were directed to drive to the Jolo police station “for verification” but when they arrived there, “the said persons fled,” the report said.

Police chased the four, who got out and pointed their guns at police.

“Before they could pull the trigger, the Philippine National Police personnel were able to shoot them in defense,” sparking an exchange of shots that killed “the four suspects,” the police said.

Gapay said he was enraged when he read the initial police report on the shootings, describing it as “fabricated, full of inconsistencies. It’s like in the movies and very misleading.”

The soldiers did not fire a single shot and the nine policemen involved, who did not sustain any injuries, fled after gunning them down in a breach of police protocol, Gapay said, citing witnesses and security camera video.

Gapay said the police chiefs of Jolo town and Sulu should be removed from their posts during the investigation, adding that he did not want to create any animosity with the country’s police force.

“It was very tense in Jolo last night, our troops, everybody were really agitated, but, you know, we are very professional,” he said.

An army officer with knowledge of what happened told The Associated Press that while being tailed by a van of policemen, the soldiers stopped and one of the officers got out of their SUV with his hands up, apparently to indicate he had no hostile intent.

But the police opened fire and killed the four soldiers, who were in casual clothes, for still unexplained reasons, said the army officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the delicate nature of what transpired.


https://news.yahoo.com/philippine-army-outraged-fatal-police-032624013.html

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Philippine police cannot control Chinese POGO operators or terrorists, so they shoot Philippine military personnel, instead!

Definitely, it looks like the Jolo Police are Abu Sayaff symphatizers and terrorists protectors!

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  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    Cops in Jolo incident could be held liable if crime scene, evidence were mishandled —Banac


    Police officers involved in the Jolo incident which killed four soldiers should have properly secured the crime scene instead of supposedly fleeing the area, Philippine National Police (PNP) spokesman Police Brigadier General Bernard Banac said on Wednesday. 

    In a television interview, Banac admitted that the move in which cops supposedly escaped the crime scene is unusual because the police force has strict protocols in handling pieces of evidence. 

    "Because in handling crime scene and evidence, there is a procedure. We are very strict on this. If this was not done, our cops there would maybe be held again liable for that," Banac told ANC. 

    "When there's a crime scene, there's an incident, the procedure is to secure the crime scene and wait for reinforcement or SOCO to come in. Allegedly this thing did not happen so we want to know also and we can actually do that in the initial probe again," he added. 

    On Tuesday, Philippine Army chief Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay strongly criticized why the nine police officers involved in the incident on Monday left the bodies of the soldiers, insisting that they should have waited for Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO). 

    "Mga four to five 'yung bumaril, the others served as lookout. After mapatay nila lahat, they fled. SOP ba 'yun? 'Di ba pag may namatay, you have to cordon the area and wait for SOCO? Wala, nagtakbuhan lahat eh. So this is another thing we have to find out in the investigation," Gapay had said. 

    Gapay identified the cops involved as Police Staff Sergeant Almudzrin Hadjaruddin, Patrolman Alkalaj Mandangan, Patrolman Rajiv Putalan, Police Senior Master Sergeant Abdelzhimar Padjiri, Police Master Sergeant Hanie Baddiri, Police Staff Sergeant Iskandar Susulan, Police Staff Sergeant Ernisar Sappal, Police Corporal Sulki Andaki, and Patrolman Moh Nur Pasani. 

    According to Gapay, the commanders of the Jolo Municipal Police Station and the Sulu Provincial Police Office should be relieved following the incident. 

    In response, Banac said the PNP is still assessing if there is a need for the police commanders to be sacked from their respective posts. On the other hand, Banac reiterated that the nine cops involved are already under the custody of the Sulu Provincial Police Office. 

    "Our leadership is studying the situation and if evidence warrants and there is sufficient grounds, this will be ordered," Banac ensured. 

    Misencounter or murder?

    An enraged Gapay also insisted that what happened was murder and not a misencounter as the troops, who were wearing civilian clothes, did not fire shots at the police. 

    Banac, who earlier deemed the incident as a misencounter, explained that what he meant was that the cops supposedly did not know that the armed men were really members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. 

    "Let me clarify the term 'misencounter.' What it meant was that the PNP didn't know that the four officers on board the SUV were our colleagues. In that sense, there was a misencounter because firing against our colleagues can be called misencounter in that sense," Banac said. 

    Gapay also condemned the initial report released by the police on the incident, noting that it was full of lies and inconsistencies. He further claimed that it had supposedly attempted to whitewash the crime. 

    The police spot report, being an official document, is now being subjected to probe by the National Bureau of Investigation, according to Banac. 

    Banac said the PNP Internal Affairs Service is also monitoring the developments on the probe. 

    "Our PNP Internal Affairs Service is keeping watch on this investigation. They're just monitoring developments and anytime, I know, they will launch their own administrative proceedings if evidence warrants," Banac said. 

    The spot report indicated that police officers confronted the armed men, whom they spotted in Sitio Marina. These men had identified themselves as AFP personnel but cops directed them to proceed to Jolo Municipal Police Station for further verification of their identities.

    Upon arriving at the said police station, the policemen claimed that the soldiers tried to escape. Cops then chased them, prompting soldiers to disembark from their vehicle and allegedly pointed their guns at the cops. 

    Police then fired shots at the soldiers, resulting in their deaths.

  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    PNP-IAS to launch admin proceedings vs cops in Sulu misencounter — Banac


    MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police – Internal Affairs Service (PNP-IAS) will launch its own administrative proceedings against the nine police officers involved in the killing of four soldiers in Jolo, Sulu, “if evidence warrants.”

    “Our PNP-IAS is keeping watch on the investigation and they are just monitoring. I know that they will launch their own administrative proceedings if evidence warrants,” PNP spokesman Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac said over ANC on Wednesday when asked if the PNP-IAS will conduct its own probe into the fatal shooting of four military intelligence personnel in Sulu.

    Banac said the National Bureau of Investigation will handle the case of the death of four soldiers to allow impartial investigation.

    “We turned it over to the NBI because we don’t want an undue influence in the investigation,” he said.

    On Monday afternoon, four soldiers were on board a sports utility vehicle where they were shot dead by police officers some 50 meters from the Jolo police station.

  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    The ANC Brief: PNP changes tune on Sulu incident

    The Sulu incident makes apparent a rift between the military and the police. Here are the stories making the headlines on ANC today:

    Covering their tracks
    The Philippines National Police (PNP) now calls the deaths of four soldiers in Sulu a "shooting incident" after initially calling it a "misencounter." The police chief of Jolo has been relieved. Army spokesperson Col. Ramon Zagala said the Sulu policemen were trying to cover their tracks after the shooting.

    The good and the bad
    Cases of COVID-19 in the country are still rising and under orders of President Duterte, Metro Manila will stay under general community quarantine until July 15. The World Health Organization (WHO) said the Department of Health (DOH) had good guidelines but compliance by local governments was poor.

  • tambayan102tambayan102 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    edited July 2
    2-0 (Pulis vs Sundalo)

    Hindi na talaga karespe respeto ang mga pulis. Remember Winston Rayos.
  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    NBI: One soldier killed by cops in Jolo had eight gunshot wounds, others had three


    Three of the four soldiers killed by police officers in Jolo, Sulu earlier this week each suffered three to eight gunshot wounds, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said Thursday.

    NBI Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin said a forensic examination showed one soldier suffered eight gunshot wounds. He said three gunshot wounds were found on the other two.

    "Basta ang gunshot wounds would range from three to eight," he said.

    Lavin said the autopsy was completed on Tuesday night.

    The bodies of the three soldiers --  Major Marvin Indamog, Captain Irwin Managuelod and Sergeant Eric Velasco -- were brought to Manila on Tuesday. The body of the fourth soldier, Corporal Abdal Asula, was immediately buried in accordance with Islamic tradition.

    Lavin said the NBI has sent another forensic team to Sulu to augment the agents of the bureau's Western Mindanao Regional Office that is conducting the crime scene investigation in Jolo.

    He said he could not disclose if there were powder burns on the soldiers.

    The NBI is investigating the death of four soldiers at the hands of police officers in Barangay Walled City, an incident Philippine Army chief Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay called murder.

    Initially calling it a "misencounter," the Philippine National Police (PNP) has since referred to the incident as a "shooting incident."

    The military said the soldiers were conducting intelligence operations to track alleged suicide bombers when they were flagged down by the policemen.

    The men had identified themselves as military personnel but were told to go to a nearby police station for further verification, police said.

    Upon arriving at the station, the police report said, the soldiers allegedly tried to escape, prompting the policemen to chase them. The soldiers allegedly disembarked from their vehicle and pointed their weapons at their pursuers.

    Police then fired shots at the soldiers, killing them.

    The Army chief said the soldiers never fired. He also said the policemen fled after the incident.

    "It was murder. It is murder... there is no misencounter dahil hindi naman pumutok 'yung tropa namin. Nandoon 'yung mga baril nila sa baba. These are PNP personnel, kung may misencounter, nagkaputukan, palagay niyo walang tatamaan na PNP? This was no misencounter here, it was a rubout..." Gapay said.

    The PNP has disarmed and relieved from their posts the nine officers involved in the incident. The Jolo police chief has been placed on floating status. 

  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    edited July 2

    They robbed from the dead! Nothing is more DESPICABLE than these gutter-dwelling denizens!



  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    edited July 2

    The ANC Brief: PNP changes tune on Sulu incident

    The Sulu incident makes apparent a rift between the military and the police. Here are the stories making the headlines on ANC today:


    Covering their tracks
    The Philippines National Police (PNP) now calls the deaths of four soldiers in Sulu a "shooting incident" after initially calling it a "misencounter." The police chief of Jolo has been relieved. Army spokesperson Col. Ramon Zagala said the Sulu policemen were trying to cover their tracks after the shooting.



     
  • kalyesh!tekalyesh!te PEx Rookie ⭐

    They robbed from the dead! Nothing is more DESPICABLE than these gutter-dwelling denizens!




    The guy in the blue shirt is the brother of the muslim soldier who died. He was just securing the personal belonging of his brother and he even put a shirt under his head.
  • ArnoldZArnoldZ PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited July 2

    Philippines probes deadly police shooting of soldiers

    July 2, 2020, 1:11 AM PDT
    Philippine soldiers patrol a road in Sulu province where the shooting occured AFP PhotoSTR
    Philippine soldiers patrol a road in Sulu province, where the shooting occured (AFP Photo/STR)

    Philippine authorities are investigating the deaths of four soldiers shot by police in the country's restive south, with the defence minister vowing Thursday to "get to the bottom" of the incident.

    The plain-clothes soldiers were in pursuit of "bomb makers and suicide bombers" from the Abu Sayyaf militant group when they were attacked by police in the Muslim-majority province of Sulu on Monday, the army has said.

    Army chief Gilbert Gapay has accused the nine officers involved of murdering the men, while Philippine National Police has described the shooting as a "misencounter".

    Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said the shootings were "a very unfortunate incident", adding that the dead soldiers "were just doing their jobs".

    "We don't want this to escalate. We will get to the bottom of this," he said.

    The country's National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) was probing the incident, and Lorenzana said the findings should be released soon.

    The army has accused the police of firing on the soldiers even after they identified themselves as members of the military.

    The officers have been detained while the investigation is under way, said Interior Secretary Eduardo Ano.

    President Rodrigo Duterte will visit police and military commanders in the south, his spokesman Harry Roque said, without specifying when.

    Abu Sayyaf is based in the south and has engaged in bombings as well as kidnappings of Western tourists and missionaries for ransom since the early 1990s.

    They also have ties to Islamic State militants seeking to set up a caliphate in Southeast Asia.

    https://news.yahoo.com/philippines-probes-deadly-police-shooting-soldiers-081113391.html


    No doubt about it, the Jolo police are Abu Sayyaf plants!

    "Identify yourselves!"

    "We are military officers."

    "That's all we wanted to know!'.  

    Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!...............


  • tambayan102tambayan102 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Defund the PULIS :lol:
  • tambayan102tambayan102 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Ano bang requirement para maging pulis? Ano rin ang requirement para maging sundalo?
  • BrwinwaBrwinwa PEx Rookie ⭐
    what the hell happened? I want to know the truth! how come police killed soldiers?
  • kalyesh!tekalyesh!te PEx Rookie ⭐

    The murder of 4 soldiers by 9 PNP


    2:23:51 PM
    - Gray Montero parked 50 meters from Jolo MPS. They were supposed to meet with the criminal cops on PNP mobile patrol vehicle at the station. This, after they were flagged at the checkpoint and identified themselves as Army Intelligence (ID presented).




    2:23:58 PM
    - 7 seconds later, the PNP patrol vehicle arrived. Which means, the two vehicles are just tailing each other.


    [No weapons fired]



    Around 5-10 seconds, they parked behind the montero and disembarked from the patrol vehicle. See the vehicle loaded with personnel.


    [No weapons fired]



    2:24:29 PM
    - around 20 seconds time frame. Policemen are seen in position while one of them is talking to Maj. Indammog and team. (Notice how calm and natural the streets are including the positions of the PNP personnel.)


    Thereafter, he was shot at point blank range. 4 shot in front, 8 in the back (while down on the ground), his jacket tore off as a result of muzzle blast. Others fired at the 2 army operatives and into the vehicle.

    [Weapons fired from PNP side]



    2:24:44
     - 4 seconds from the previous frame, shooting occured. Civilians panicked, cleared and stayed away from the shooting scene.


    3 Army operatives killed outside the vehicle.
    1 (Cpt Awen Managuelod) who was doing technical work inside the vehicle was also killed. He sustained multiple shots at the back. He was working on tracking 2 ASG suicide bombers until his very last breath.

    [Weapons fired from PNP side]



    2:25:40
    - 1 minute after killing the army operatives, the PNP patrol vehicle manuevered and sped away leaving the victims on the crime scene.


    Overall, it only took around 2 MINUTES after the PNP vehicle parked behind the montero, murdered the army intelligence operatives and sped off.

    It was already a planned action on the part of these criminal policemen, a plan they hatched while were tailing the army vehicle on their way to Jolo MPS.



    THE CRAME VERSION:


    [Pinagkagastusan pa talaga para makagawa ng laksitibong kwento.]

    All 4 army intelligence operatives engaged their hero policemen in a shoot out. But they were so good, that the scout ranger officer, a special forces officer and 2 experienced career intel operators were no match for them.

    -----
    Cpt Awen Managuelod was in fact inside the vehicle doing technical analysis work as they were actively tracking 2 suicide bombers. He was working to keep our nation safe until his very last breath. 

  • ArnoldZArnoldZ PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited 1:22AM

    Duterte pleads for calm after police fatally shoot troops

    Associated PressJuly 3, 2020
    Duterte pleads for calm after police fatally shoot troops

    ZAMBOANGA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine president flew to the country’s volatile south on Friday to plead with military forces not to retaliate following the fatal police shootings of four soldiers, including two officers, in violence the army chief called “a rubout.”

    President Rodrigo Duterte pledged an impartial government investigation of Monday’s violence in southern Jolo town and promised in a late-night address to military commanders, including army generals, that anyone found guilty will be punished.

    “Do you want to kill five to six policemen there in the station? What good will it do?” said the blunt-speaking Duterte, who wore a face mask to protect against the coronavirus.

    Duterte asked commanders to ensure their forces remain calm and added that police, like government troops, perform a vital role in maintaining law and order.

    He cited a Muslim rebel leader, Nur Misuari, whom he appointed as a special envoy to the Organization of Islamic Conference despite his involvement in past rebel attacks that killed many soldiers.

    “Why is he there?” Duterte asked. “That’s the reality of it all. You have enemies that you cannot kill because you can still use them. ... We need the police out there.”

    An initial police report said the four soldiers were killed in a “misencounter” with a group of police officers. The army has said its two officers and two enlisted men were on a mission against Abu Sayyaf militants, including suspected suicide bombers, when they were flagged down and later fatally shot by police even after the soldiers identified themselves.

    Army chief Lt. Gen. Gilbert Gapay angrily condemned the police report as a fabrication, citing security videos and witnesses accounts which he said showed that there was no exchange of fire. The police later changed the term “misencounter” to a “shooting incident.”

    “It was murder. ... It was a rubout,” Gapay said Tuesday at a Manila airbase where the bodies of three of the soldiers were flown.

    The initial police report said Jolo police were on patrol with drug agents in the town’s Bus-Bus village when they spotted an SUV with “four armed male persons” whom they stopped. The four were directed to drive to the Jolo police station “for verification” but when they arrived there, “the said persons fled,” the report said.

    An army officer with knowledge of what happened told The Associated Press that while being tailed by a van of policemen, the soldiers stopped and one of the officers, Maj. Marvin Indammog, got out of the SUV with his hands up, apparently to indicate he had no hostile intent.

    But the police opened fire and killed the four soldiers, who were in casual clothes, for still unexplained reasons, said the army officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the delicate nature of what transpired.

    Indammog’s team was helping track the militants with surveillance equipment in a covert operation when he and his men were gunned down, the officer said.

    The violence reflects the often-complicated conditions under which the campaign against the Abu Sayyaf and its allied foreign and local militants has been waged by the military, with backing from the police, for about three decades. The on and off offensives have considerably weakened the Abu Sayyaf, which is listed by the U.S. and the Philippines as a terrorist group, but it remains a national security threat.

    https://news.yahoo.com/duterte-pleads-calm-police-fatally-145103846.html

    Someone's observstions:

    "CONGRATULATIONS PHILIPPINES" NGA BA?
    Summarize ko lang nang kaunti ha.
    They are focusing on...
    ✅ Closing ABS-CBN
    ✅ Closing Sky Direct
    ✅ Changing NAIA's name
    ✅ Putting Maria Ressa in jail
    ✅ Passing Anti-Terror Bill
    Provides compassion and understanding for...
    ✅ Mocha Uson
    ✅ Koko Pimentel
    ✅ Debold Sinas
    But would easily...
    ✅ Put in jail less fortunate Filipinos who have been struggling to cope with quarantine measures
    ✅ People who are protesting while following social distancing and health orotocols.
    Then would want tax....
    ✅ Netflix
    ✅ Spotify
    ✅ Other digital platforms
    Even though we have been receiving...
    ✅ Billions and billions of loans from around the world, leaving the future generation in debt
    ✅ Billions of donations from private entities"
    We don't have transparency with...
    ✅ Where these funds to
    ✅ How that SPECIAL powers are being used properly
    Yet we still hear and read news about...
    ✅ Corrupt local officials
    ✅ Audited misused funds for questionable procurement matters
    ✅ Companies needing to lay off people
    ✅ Public Transport drivers now begging for food and money on the streets
    ✅ Difficulties in mass transportation
    ✅ OFWs stranded and unemployed
    ✅ More frontliners dying
    ✅ We are facing recession
    ✅ And so much more extremely unfortunate news....
    And COVID-19 cases in the country...
    ✅ Still increasing, no flattening whatsoever
    ✅ Longest quarantine (in the world na ata, the universe rather)
    Yet they claim...
    ✅ Mass Testing is not needed (comprehension issue much)
    ✅ We are "winning" against the pandemic
    ✅ Everything is in control
    ✅ The President has done everything he can
    ✅ They beat UP's prediction, cheered, and even encourage to do it again in July
    BULAG KA NA BA? BINGI KA NA BA? PIPI KA NA BA?
    HARAP-HARAPAN KA NANG NILOLOKO.
    At sasabihin mong mahal mo ang Pilipinas at Pilipino kung ayus lang ito sayo?
    Kung ginawa to sa'yo ng ng mahal mo sa buhay, ng kaibigan mo...mataas ang chance, sinugod mo na siya sa bahay nila noh? Hindi mo pa rin ba nararamdaman na pinagkakaisahan ka lang?"

  • joerizjoeriz PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Four soldiers dead. Four families left in pain and sufferings. Are these families going to receive lifetime pension? Education for the children?
  • Plantation BoyPlantation Boy PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    NBI: One soldier killed by cops in Jolo had eight gunshot wounds, others had three


    Eight gunshots? That's not a misenvounter! That's a lot of passionate hatred, like the shooter knee beforehand that the military were there to flush out terrorists among the Jolo police!
    The entire Jolo Police must be sequestered and investigsted, their backgrounds and former affiliations, relatives or otherwise!





  • kalyesh!tekalyesh!te PEx Rookie ⭐



    Ang kasuutang "White Duck"

    Isa sa pinakamadamdaming duty ng isang opisyal para sa mistah (classmate) na namatay ay ang paghahanda ng kasuutang militar na ginagamit para sa funeral honors and services ng nasawing mga opisyal ng Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas.

    Iilan sa mga miyembro ng PMA Class of 2006 ang nagplantsa at nagkabit ng accessories sa Musang nilang mistah na si Major Marvin Indammog. Tumutulo ang luha ng iilan dahil ang paghihinagpis ay di mapigilan.

    Bihira naming sinusuot ang unipormeng "White Duck", isa sa formal attire para sa mga importanteng okasyon.
    Todo ngiti kami kung sinusuot ito tuwing kasalan ng mistah na nagpapasakal sa altar ng pag-iisang dibdib ng mga nagmamahalan.

    Sinusuot din ito kung itinatalaga ang opisyal sa mga posisyong pang-heneral o kaya kung merong donning of ranks sa Malacañang.

    At, ito rin ang aming suot sa loob ng ataul kung kami ay kukunin nang muli ng nag-iisang Diyos na may likha sa ating lahat.
    Simbolo ito ng selfless service, personal sacrifices, at heroic services ng mga pinunong sundalo ng ating bayan.
    Suot mo na uli ang iyong White Duck Marvin! Makakaasa kang hindi ka makakalimutan naming lahat.


    Si Major Marvin Indammog PMA Class 2006 ay miyembro ng Scout Ranger Class 170-2008. Nanilbihan sya sa Mindanao simula noong 2006 hanggang sa kasalukuyan. Namuno sya sa mga operasyon kontra BIFF terrorists sa Maguindanao, mga lawless elements sa Lanao del Sur, at mga Abu Sayyaf sa Basilan at Sulu. Isa syang Bayani ng ating Bayan.
    Rest in peace!
    ~ctto~
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