Coast Guard lauds OB Montessori for all-out assistance on humanitarian, disaster response operations
Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Commandant, CG Admiral Leopoldo V Laroya has lauded the OB Montessori led by Auxiliary Commodore Sara Soliven – de Guzman of the PCG Auxiliary (PCGA) for its all-out assistance to the PCG Task Force Kalinga on its ongoing humanitarian and disaster response operations.
CG Admiral Laroya has activated the PCG Task Force Kalinga headed by CG Rear Admiral Ronnie Gil L Gavan to conduct massive relief transport missions in typhoon-stricken regions across the country.
Since 17 December 2021, the OB Montessori has donated tons of family tents, hygiene supplies, household essentials, food packs, medicines, and purified drinking water. The said educational institution was the first partner stakeholder that extended assistance to the PCG Task Force Kalinga. It occurred immediately after the onslaught of Typhoon #OdettePH.
The Philippine Coast Guard Education, Training, and Doctrine Command (CGETDC) has recognized Coast Guard Non-Officer’s Course (CGNOC) Class 86 – 2021 “SAGLAB MASINDAK”, composed of 610 trainees, at the Regional Training Center Bataan yesterday, 21 January 2022.
CGETDC Commander, CG Commodore Eustacio Nimrod P Enriquez Jr graced the ceremony. He congratulated the trainees and urged them to maximize their learning opportunities at the training center in preparation for their deployment to support the PCG in the fulfillment of its mandates to the Filipino nation.
Health and safety protocols were strictly observed during the recognition rites.
The Philippine Coast Guard Education, Training, and Doctrine Command (CGETDC) held the RECOGNITION RITES of the Coast Guard Non-Officer’s Course (CGNOC) Class 85 – 2021 “BAGSIK-LAYA”, composed of 573 male trainees, at the Regional Training Center Zamboanga on 18 January 2022.
During the ceremony, CGETDC Deputy Commander, CG Commodore Roben N De Guzman, said the “recognition rites” holds the essence of a Candidate Coast Guard Non-Officer’s victory over one's desire to quit from the hardship of training.
“It stands for overcoming the great temptation to resign. Being recognized, a Candidate Coast Guard Non-Officer acknowledges oneself before the world that one has mastered oneself and accepted the life of followership and most importantly, the life of Coast Guard service,” he added.