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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2006, 02:44:54 PM »
Any one have info about the CO for the 104th Inf Bde?
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2006, 09:20:28 PM »
For Cafgu

Quote from: Cafgu
Sir Adroth, Fyi, 1ID "Tabak" Division Commander.
Cafgu, your volunteer lead scout for your "Tracker"

Source & extract:

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/zam/2006/08/19/news/offensive.launched.against.communist.rebels.in.2.provinces.html

"Maj. Gen. Eugenio Cedo, chief of the Army's 1st Infantry Division, claimed the targets of alleged extortion activities by communist guerillas are the farmers and teachers in the remote areas of Zamboanga del Sur and Misamis Occidental. "


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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2006, 09:46:50 PM »
Another CO blank spot.

Southcom split into 2 commands
By Jaime Laude
The Philippine Star 08/27/2006

http://www.philstar.com/philstar/News200608270402.htm

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Maj. Gen. Eugenio Cedo has been designated as first commander of the Western Mindanao Command that will be based at the Southcom headquarters at Camp Navarro in Zamboanga City.

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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2006, 01:01:15 AM »
Any one have info about the CO for the 104th Inf Bde?

 :2rifles:

brig. gen. reynaldo sealana  :goggles:


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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #6 on: January 09, 2007, 10:41:05 PM »
Arroyo inaugurates trauma hospital in Jolo

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/zam/2007/01/10/news/arroyo.inaugurates.trauma.hospital.in.jolo.html

PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo led the inauguration Monday of the 10-bed trauma hospital located inside Kuta General Teodulfo Bautista in Jolo town, the capital of Sulu.

The military camp houses the headquarters of the Army's 104th Infantry Brigade, one of the military units pursuing the Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah terrorists for the past months.

Western Mindanao Command (Wesmincom) spokesman Eugenio Batara Jr. on Tuesday said the 10-bed trauma hospital inaugurated by the President has facilities such as electrocardiogram (ECG) machine, pulse oxy-meter, blood bank, and an ambulance.

Batara said the construction of the trauma hospital was envisioned to provide Immediate Resuscitative Care and Advance Trauma Management to operating units within its forward Medical Service Support jurisdiction.

He said the hospital is also to provide initial resuscitative surgery to patients that are non-transportable, to stabilize patient prior to definitive treatment facilities, and to address life-threatening conditions of combat casualties beyond the capability of combat medic.

Before the construction of the trauma hospital, injured soldiers have to be rushed to Camp Asturias Jolo Station Hospital or to the Integrated Provincial Health Office in Jolo, the province capital.

Some of them were even airlifted to Camp Navarro General Hospital located at Camp Don Basilio Navarro that houses the Wesmincom headquarters in this city.

Batara said the trauma hospital is a big help to the thousands of troops composed of combined Army and Marine forces have been pursuing the Abu Sayyaf and JI terrorists who are hiding in the Sulu hinterland. (Bong Garcia)
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #7 on: January 09, 2007, 11:28:46 PM »
Arroyo inaugurates trauma hospital in Jolo

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/zam/2007/01/10/news/arroyo.inaugurates.trauma.hospital.in.jolo.html

PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo led the inauguration Monday of the 10-bed trauma hospital located inside Kuta General Teodulfo Bautista in Jolo town, the capital of Sulu.

The military camp houses the headquarters of the Army's 104th Infantry Brigade, one of the military units pursuing the Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah terrorists for the past months.

Western Mindanao Command (Wesmincom) spokesman Eugenio Batara Jr. on Tuesday said the 10-bed trauma hospital inaugurated by the President has facilities such as electrocardiogram (ECG) machine, pulse oxy-meter, blood bank, and an ambulance.

Batara said the construction of the trauma hospital was envisioned to provide Immediate Resuscitative Care and Advance Trauma Management to operating units within its forward Medical Service Support jurisdiction.

He said the hospital is also to provide initial resuscitative surgery to patients that are non-transportable, to stabilize patient prior to definitive treatment facilities, and to address life-threatening conditions of combat casualties beyond the capability of combat medic.

Before the construction of the trauma hospital, injured soldiers have to be rushed to Camp Asturias Jolo Station Hospital or to the Integrated Provincial Health Office in Jolo, the province capital.

Some of them were even airlifted to Camp Navarro General Hospital located at Camp Don Basilio Navarro that houses the Wesmincom headquarters in this city.

Batara said the trauma hospital is a big help to the thousands of troops composed of combined Army and Marine forces have been pursuing the Abu Sayyaf and JI terrorists who are hiding in the Sulu hinterland. (Bong Garcia)

I wonder if this followed our recommendations in the JDA PDR Fact Finding mission of transferring Cp Asturias Station Hospital  (CASH)within or near Cp Bautista. 

CASH is AFP property inside PNP territory - before, Cp Asturias was a PC camp, hence within AFP control.  The problem with CASH was transferring patients to and from the airfield was a journey of sorts in itself and C2 ( command & control ) of said MTF by higher HQ entailed distance.  Whereas now, with the MTF located w/in Cp Baustista, things would hopefully look a bit better... :shock:

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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2007, 09:17:43 PM »
PA chief designates Supnet to head ongoing Sulu operations
Sunday, January 14 2007 @ 02:47 PM GMT

http://news.balita.ph/html/article.php/20070114144710812

Army chief Lt. Gen. Romeo Tolentino has appointed a new officer to lead the Army's ongoing operations against the terrorist groups Abu Sayyaf and its Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) cohorts in the island province of Sulu.

Army spokesman Maj. Ernesto Torres expressed high hopes for the designation of Col. Antonio Supnet as commander of the Army's 104th Brigade, replacing Col. Reynaldo Sealana who was given another brigade to head in Visayas.

In a telephone interview, Torres said Supnet was able to deliver accomplishments for the Philippine Army (PA) not only encounters but also apprehension and surrender of leaders and members of the two terrorist organizations.

"He has a deep appreciation of his area of responsibility, he knows the people well, he knows the enemy and the terrain. He is a good trainer, he is a disciplinarian," said Torres of the new Army commander in Sulu.

Before his assumption as 104th Brigade commander, Supnet was commander of the military's Task Force Zamboanga and chief of staff of the now-defunct Southern Luzon Command.

He also served as commander of the Anti-Crime Task Force of the AFP, an elite unit based in Camp Aguinaldo.

"He will have a strong impact on the military operations in the area. It (appointment) will have a big impact against the Abu Sayyaf, JI and the lawless elements. He is a good officer," Torres added.

He stressed Supnet's being a lawyer will also be an advantage in leading the Army operations in Sulu. "He is a legalist, that is one of his additional strengths," Torres said.

Supnet's appointment came at a time when the military is in the middle of implementing its Oplan Ultimatum, aimed at neutralizing key Abu Sayyaf and JI leaders in the island province of Sulu.

The ground operations are being carried out by Army and Marine forces since August last year.

Military officials said government forces in Sulu are winning against the terrorists. The group allegedly killed Abu Sayyaf chieftain Khadaffy Janjalani following a fierce clash in Patikul town, according to Abu Sayyaf surrenderees who even led the soldiers to Janjalani's remains last Dec. 7.

United States and Filipino forensic experts have taken tissue samples of the remains to determine if the body indeed belongs to Janjalani, who has a US$ 1-million reward from Washington for his neutralization.

Last Jan. 6, the military pursued five Abu Sayyaf leaders and members and a JI member fleeing from Sulu province. The soldiers caught up with the terrorists off the waters of Tawi-tawi, killing all the six.

Among those killed were JI operative Gufran, alias Abu Samur a trustee of JI leader Dulmatin; and Abu Sayyaf leader Ibrahim Hassan, a trustee of Abu Sayyaf chieftain Khadaffy Janjalani.

Government troops also killed Binang Sali, alleged leader of the Abu Sayyaf's Urban Terrorist Group, who perished following a clash with Scout Rangers in Patikul, Sulu last Tuesday. (PNA)
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #9 on: November 22, 2008, 05:12:57 AM »
does anyone knew who are the g2 officials?

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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #10 on: November 22, 2008, 08:47:13 AM »
does anyone knew who are the g2 officials?

Colonel Tony Ferrer
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #11 on: November 22, 2008, 08:54:12 AM »
Colonel Tony Ferrer
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Sir B6 whatever happened to B.Gen Weng-Weng?
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #12 on: November 22, 2008, 08:57:24 AM »
Sir B6 whatever happened to B.Gen Weng-Weng?

He's in J2.

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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #13 on: November 23, 2008, 02:04:33 AM »
Lanao Sur turns over P2.1 million worth of buildings to 103rd Bde, PA

http://www.pia.gov.ph/default.asp?m=12&r=&y=&mo=&fi=p081120.htm&no=41

ICC Iligan City (20 November) -- At least P2.1 million worth of building facilities have been turned over to the 3rd Infantry Brigade, First Infantry Division (103rd Bde), Philippine Army, at Kampo Ranao, Marawi City.

Col. Rey C. Ardo, 103rd Bde Commander, said the facilities, the construction of which started last June, have been donated by the Provincial Government of Lanao del Sur through Gov. Mamintal Adiong, Jr. during the inaugural rites in the camp on Nov. 20, 2008.

Ardo said the facilities will give permanence to the camp facilities for use of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) units who will be occupying the camp.

These facilities include the construction of the administration building annex, conference room, receiving area, water system and facilities, electrical system, drainage system, camp posts, perimeter fences, officer's quarters and mess hall.

"In fact, the new admin building which has replaced the Kobe-type we've been temporarily using will now help realize our vision, in recognition of the AFP's efforts in attaining peace and development of the province," Ardo said.

Formerly called Camp Keithly during the American period, Kampo Ranao has been established as a military camp which occupies an area of 4,687 ha. military reservation and is now home to the 103rd (Haribon) Bde.

Ardo said as AFP units come and go in the camp, without custodial unit to oversee the base development and maintenance, the camp's facilities has always been temporary structures. However, with all these new constructions, these facilities have now become permanent.

Meanwhile, part of the turn-over ceremony was the unveiling of the marker of the new admin building and that of the Brigade Grandstand which was donated by the late Gov. Mamintal Adiong Sr., father of the present LDS governor. (RCA/PIA 10)
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Re: 1st Infantry "Tabak" Division, Philippine Army
« Reply #14 on: November 28, 2008, 02:54:59 AM »
sir b6

how about col. dennis? what happened to him?
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