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Monday, 28 June 2021 15:30

Monday Flag Raising Ceremony June 28, 2021 Featured

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Members of the long blue line of PNP Bicol headed by PBGEN JONNEL C ESTOMO, Regional Director, conducts its traditional Monday flag raising ceremony today, June 28, 2021 at PRO5 Grandstand, Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City.

Highlights of the activity is the awarding of deserving PNP personnel for their noteworthy accomplishment and exemplary performance that aided in the realization of its goals of serving and protecting the community.

Medalya ng Kagalingan was awarded to PLTCOL WILFREDO V SY; PSSg Eugene C Tanguin; Pat Bernie B Dalo; Pat Dave L Tapel; PSSg Kiven R Batalla; and PCpl Marlon Vhincent M Baldoza for their sterling performance and diligent efforts which contributed to the PNP’s Anti-illegal Drugs Campaign Plan-Project: “Double Barrel Reloaded”.

Medalya ng Papuri was also given to PMSg Catherine L Surban for her exemplary performance and dedication to duty who did not hesitate to breastfeed the crying baby carried by his father seeking for police assistance as the mother of the child abandoned them.

Further, Medalya ng Ugnayang Pampulisya was accorded to PLT MARK ANTHONY C ARMEA and PCpl Job C Sanchez for having rendered commendable act that initiated the provision of construction materials and the construction of houses of the Manide Tribe at Brgy. Bagong Silang, Labo, Camarines Norte from June 14 to 20, 2021.

The activity also served as an avenue for the distribution of enhanced combat helmet level III to Force Commanders of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion (RMFB) 5 and 11 Provincial Mobile Force Companies (PMFCs) as an additional equipment in the conduct of internal security operations.

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