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  2. Philippine Army - Wikipedia

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    The Presidential Order did not order all the military forces of the Philippine government into the service of the United States Armed Forces; only those units and personnel indicated in orders issued by a general officer of the United States Army were mobilized and made an integral part of the United States Army Forces Far East (USAFFE), and ...

  3. 11th Infantry Division (Philippines) - Wikipedia

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    The 11th Infantry Division, Philippine Army, also called the Alakdan Division, is one of the Philippine Army 's infantry units in Mindanao. [2] [1] Currently still forming, the Division is expected to complete its equipment and manpower requirements by 2022. [3] It is the youngest of all the infantry divisions of the Army and will have 4,500 ...

  4. 5th Infantry Division (Philippines) - Wikipedia

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    On March 29, 1976, Col. Benjamin G. Santos took charge of the Brigade. On May 11, 1981, the 5th Army Brigade (Separate) was elevated and became known as the 5th Infantry Division pursuant to General Orders Number 365, GHQ, AFP to address the growing threat of the local communist movement. The 5th Infantry Division became distinguished as it ...

  5. List of equipment of the Philippine Army - Wikipedia

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    2. 651 units of KM-450 trucks were purchased by AFP in 2007 (603 for Army, the rest shared by General Headquarters and Philippine Air Force), and 137 units in December 2010. [44] [45] 190 more were delivered in 2013. 60 units of KM-451 were purchased by AFP in 2012, of which 48 went to the Army.

  6. Philippine Army Reserve Command - Wikipedia

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    On May 12, 1992, the Reserve Command, Philippine Army, was again reactivated pursuant to HPA General Orders No. 392 and was later again renamed as the Army Reserve Command on October 1, 1999 (HPA GO Nr 1300) and was given its marching orders to maintain, administer, develop, train, and organize reservists units to help enhance and sustain ...

  7. 10th Infantry Division (Philippines) - Wikipedia

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    Pursuant to HPA General Orders No. 355 dated 9 August 2006, the 10th Infantry "Agila" Division, PA was activated effective August 16, 2006 and established its division headquarters at Camp Panacan, Davao City with then Major General Ernesto D. Boac as the first Division Commander. [2]

  8. Orders, decorations, and medals of the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    The orders and decorations conferred upon civilians and military personnel in the Republic of the Philippines are listed by orders of precedence. Philippine civilian orders and decorations are conferred by the President of the Philippines in his or her capacity as head of state. In certain instances, the conferment of certain orders and ...

  9. Armed Forces of the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    The Armed Forces of the Philippines ( AFP) ( Filipino: Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas) are the military forces of the Philippines. It consists of three main service branches; the Army, the Air Force, and the Navy (including the Marine Corps ). The President of the Philippines is the Commander-in-Chief of the AFP and forms military policy with ...