The extensive military training I got from my previous life has helped me adjust to the restrictions and rules imposed without so much of a hoot. All I have to do is think of the 1-year of plebe training in the Academy and the month-long ‘confinement-to-quarters’ suddenly looks bite-size. I think of the Ranger training in Tanay, and the sparse rations and supplies look puny. I remember the taps and reveille bugle calls, and the curfew restrictions seem right out of the ordinary.
Remembering the Mamasapano. Let us not forget, and let us learn the lessons from the Mamasapano Massacre.
Originally posted on Subli:
In the Philippines, December 8 is the Feast of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception where festival honoring the Virgin Mary…
What is truly humbling about this experience was the fact that while Udenna Foundation sought to help others with its gift-giving and medical mission activities, it was the Foundation itself that had benefitted from all the expressions of love, the lessons in life, and the sense of pride and nationalism it had imbibed from this wonderful experience.
Originally posted on Color My World :
by: Preciosa S. Soliven a repost from The Philippine Star, 30 Nov 2017 Thank you, Precious, for this wonderful…
The government provides weapons; but after a war, soldiers should be provided aftercare to determine if they can still function properly within the community. The government must take a more proactive role in looking after the welfare of those in charge of protecting civilians.