Rappler's latest stories on General Rey Guerrero
The general is a member of the PMA 'Sandiwa' Class of 1985. He also received higher education in Australia and various military and management trainings abroad including at the Harvard University.
Armed Forces of the Philippines chief General Rey Leonardo Guerrero will retire on April 18
Philippine Army chief Lieutenant General Rolando Joselito Bautista, the ground commander during the Marawi siege, celebrates the heroism of his men during the 5-month battle with terrorists
The donation will be sent directly to military medical treatment facilities for the immediate use of soldiers deployed in conflict areas
Bataan 1st District Representative Geraldine Roman takes her oath as a reservist officer of the Armed Forces of the Philippines on Valentine's Day
(UPDATED) They are mostly members of the 'politicial structures' of the communist movement, the people who supposedly serve as militiamen or the local population who supplement the strength of the NPA
Armed Forces of the Philippines chief General Rey Guerrero makes the commitment during the military and defense department's annual New Year Call
'It depends on developments and of course it will depend on the actions of the other side,' says Armed Forces chief General Rey Guerrero
'The people can expect intensified focused military operations to be conducted nationwide, especially in Mindanao,' says Armed Forces chief General Rey Guerrero
(UPDATED) General Rey Guerrero will reach the mandatory retirement age of 56 on December 17. There is no word yet if his term will be extended.
The military traditionally suspends operations during the holidays, which is also reciprocated by the communist rebels
'Yung extension huwag muna natin pag -sapan. What is important for me to do now is to focus on my job,' says new AFP chief Lieutenant General Rey Guerrero