/ 11 June 2021

AN OFFICIAL of the Philippine Army, along with other staff, visited the Philippine National Police Academy in Silang, Cavite on June 9 to forge stronger tie-ups in conducting public service.

Army Captain Tom Hallere and his team met with Major General Rhoderick Armamento, PNPA director.

Armamento welcomed the soldiers’ visit which is seen as integral to future institutional tie-ups.

The director told the soldiers that PNPA fully supports the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Incentive Program.

The program provides qualified incoming college freshmen the opportunity to become commissioned officers of the Philippine Army upon completion of their training and undergraduate studies.

Meanwhile, the soldiers also acknowledged PNPA’s invaluable support and expressed hope that they can work together in preserving lasting peace and order in the country.