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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has received the newly constructed two-story student barracks from the U.S. Government on 19 January 2022.

It can accommodate UP TO 100 INDIVIDUALS and is equipped with a GYM AND LAUNDRY ROOM. The said project is part of the development of the COAST GUARD FLEET TRAINING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE located at Barangay Santol, Balagtas, Bulacan.

U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, ad interim (CDA a.i.) Ms. Heather Variava graced the turn-over ceremony, together with other U.S. Embassy representatives.

Ipinahayag ng isang US citizen ang kanyang pasasalamat sa serbisyo ng mga Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) frontline personnel sa NAIA sa kasagsagan ng pandemya.

Gamit ang email address ng Presidential Complaint Center ni Pangulong Rodrgo Roa Duterte, ipinarating ni Mr. Joseph Diaz ang kanyang pagkilala sa mga PCG personnel na tumutulong sa mga airport passengers para maging ligtas ang kanilang pagbiyahe sa kabila ng nagpapatuloy na COVID-19 pandemic.

"Mister President, I write to you to compliment the Philippine Coast Guard members at the international airport. They were very professional, friendly, and very helpful to all struggling to do the right thing entering the protocols and inspections necessary at the airport," ani Mr. Diaz.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)'s BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408) conducted a medical evacuation for three ailing residents from Dinagat Islands to Surigao City on 13 January 2022.

The patients were identified as Alfir Gemao of Barangay Magsaysay, Mario Lamotos of Barangay Basilisa, and Nora Canoy of Barangay San Jose in Dinagat Islands.

Two patients suffered from stroke, while the third patient needed immediate dialysis.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), through the Task Force Kalinga, has transported 40 tons of relief supplies to Puerto Princesa and El Nido, Palawan yesterday, 14 January 2022.

PCG District Palawan Commander, CG Captain Angel Z Viliran welcomed BRP Gabriela Silang (OPV-8301) from Manila carrying solar lights, generator sets, mattresses, medicines, sacks of rice, canned goods, and other essential supplies accumulated at the PCG Donation Hub from various humanitarian organizations, private sectors, and government agencies / officials.

CG Captain Viliran said the donations will be turned over to the Palawan Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) for immediate distribution to recovering families who are currently staying in temporary evacuation centers and those who recently returned to reconstruct their damaged homes.

CG REAR ADMIRAL ROLANDO LIZOR N PUNZALAN JR O-10906 Commander, Marine Environmental Protection Command has been promoted to the next higher rank of VICE ADMIRAL (0-9) in the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) as approved by HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT RODRIGO ROA DUTERTE.

CG VICE ADMIRAL ROLANDO LIZOR N PUNZALAN JR’s roots can be traced from Barangay Balisong, Batangas and Gomez Street, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan. He began his military career upon passing the entrance examination at the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) and graduated with PMA Tanglaw-Diwa Class of 1992. He joined the Philippine Navy (PN) and eventually stayed with the PCG.

As a young Coast Guard Officer, he underwent the Basic Port State Control Course in Tokyo, Japan and a few years later, the Advanced Port State Control in Fukuoka, Japan. He earned his Master’s Degree in Maritime Safety and Marine Environmental Protection at the World Maritime University in Malmö, Sweden in 2002 and took up the Comprehensive Security Response to Terrorism Course at the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii.