/ 19 July 2022

THE PHILIPPINE Army, through the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Education and Training, inspected on July 13, 2022 the facilities and systems of the 4th Infantry Division Training School in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

The inspection aimed to ensure that the institution molds recruits into well-equipped, well-disciplined and well-trained troops.

The inspection team led by Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Education and Training Col. Emmanuel L. Cabasan facilitated the conduct of the Candidate Soldier Quality Assurance Oversight Inspection to ensure the quality of training of recruits. The group looked into six key parts of a military training institution: curriculum, faculty, instruction, management, resources and students or stakeholders.

The 4th Infantry Division training school recently unveiled a mock-heli tower designed to train recruits in a spectrum of helicopter operations, particularly on Fast Rope Insertion and Extraction System, casualty evacuation and humanitarian assistance and disaster response missions.

One of the thrusts of Army Commanding General Lt. Gen. Romeo S. Brawner, Jr. is to enhance the skills of soldiers, including Army recruits.