Showing posts with label AFP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label AFP. Show all posts

Ariel Querubin Announces Senate Bid with Support from Generals and Officers

After quite a while, retired Colonel Querubin finally makes his statement of his Senate bid for 2025 with an event called "A Gathering of Warriors: A Call for Unity and Heroism." This was attended by various former Chiefs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) from the past administrations.

These AFP and PNP Chiefs who are close to around two thousand Generals and officers back Querubin for his Senate candidacy. This was held at Club Filipino which is a historical venue in Philippine politics and history.

His announcement comes with the support of military and police officers who showed full support to Querubin who has gone into many predicaments which were very risky and has also been detained for his ideologies and personal stand. 

PLDT, Smart launch rolling store for frontline AFP workers through the PLDT-Smart Foundation

Frontline workers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) are now able to avail of the special offers of PLDT-Smart products and services through the recently launched PLDT and Smart rolling store stationed in Camp Aguinaldo. 

Some of these offers include discounts on PLDT, Smart and TNT products and services. This includes a PLDT Home WiFi for only P995, the unli Fibr Plan 2899 with speed up to 100 mbps and a switch offer of 50% off for six months which is inclusive of free installation and activation fees. 

Meanwhile, PLDT mobile subsidiary Smart Communications and TNT will offer sims, discounted prepaid load top-up and Sim Upgrade to LTE. Both also include a retailer recruitment with a free Giga 99 for every new retailer with a purchase of P2,000 load wallet.

AFP all geared up for 3rd Social Media Summit on July 15

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is all geared up to hold the 3rd Social Media Summit on July 15, 2016 at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

Spearheaded by the Media and Civil Affairs Group (MCAG) and Civil-Military Operations School (CMO School) of the Civil Relations Service of the AFP (CRSAFP), the conference is aimed at boosting and synergizing AFP’s online initiatives. It will tackle current social media trends and issues as a tool to further enhance online engagement within the Armed Forces and key partner organizations.