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Of the 1,280 confirmed infections, 991 are cadets and the rest are staff and their family members
'LTC Vindman's patriotism has cost him his career,' says his attorney, David Pressman
The offer receives short shrift from President Ivan Duque, who writes on Twitter: 'I will never stop complying with the constitutional duty to confront criminality throughout the territory'
The board also includes other government officials such as Public Works Secretary Mark Villar and Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong, as well as actor and Army reservist Matteo Guidicelli
One of the soldiers was allegedly hacked to death and burned
There was a time the PNP stood for what is right, even if it meant hurting their president
The other 2 suffered 3 gunshot wounds. The 4th soldier, a Muslim, was not autopsied as he had to be buried right away.
'We will strike while the iron is hot,' says the Armed Forces of the Philippines after Duterte steps up his rhetoric against communist rebels
The Philippine Army says it has sheltered more than 400 stranded travelers since June 13
Nearly two months since the killing of war-traumatized soldier Winston Ragos, the Philippine Army sets up a mental health and resilience program for its troops
A suspect in the killing of 4 police officers in a 2019 ambush is killed in the encounter
Over 200 stranded travelers are given shelter at the Army Gymnasium in Taguig City, and assistance in catching flights to their home provinces
Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know?
Some netizens wonder whether the Philippine Army's recruitment of information technology practitioners may have had something to do with the proliferation of fake accounts on Facebook
The suspect, whom police reports say operates as medic and supply officer of the rebel New People's Army, is also among the top 10 most wanted in Central Luzon
The Armed Forces of the Philippines says 186 communist rebels have been killed since January 2020
Let there be talks, but honest and sincere talks, on just the 'small' agenda of cooperation on public health
If the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict sees the ABS-CBN shutdown as a counterinsurgency issue, that's because the task force is meant to sniff out 'rebel influence' from anywhere
As the country battles a pandemic, 19 guerrillas surrender, and two are arrested in military and police operations against the New People’s Army from May 4 to 11
'We would rather give [the money] to our people, kaya lang itigil niyo ang inyong armed struggle, ititigil din namin ang ganitong pagbili ng armas,' says Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana
(UPDATED) The truce failed to stop clashes between government troops and communist rebels, both sides admit
A man is spotted walking the streets without a face mask, so a Philippine Army reservist gives him a warning – and a face mask. That's how to do it, netizens say.
President Rodrigo Duterte makes the remark after expressing his sadness over the deaths of soldiers who were allegedly killed by communist rebels while delivering medical aid
The mourning relatives of the slain military man wear white t-shirts bearing his photo and the words, 'Justice for Winston Ragos'
The Philippine Army renders military honors to the late soldier, and says its ‘priority’ now is to take care of his grieving family
'Apparent prejudgment by police investigators moved the Army to seek help from the NBI so that justice may be served for Ragos and his family,' says Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay
In his taped Friday morning public address on the coronavirus, President Duterte blasts the communist rebels again and brings up an old peace proposal they submitted long before the pandemic
Whether the police officer who killed Ragos made the right 'judgment call' or not, the military imputes no offense on the police organization itself, says Brigadier General Edgard Arevalo
Unable to replenish his medicine for his mental illness because of the lockdown, Winston Ragos is forced to skip his maintenance medication, says his mother
'The Philippine Army seeks awareness on the plight of former soldiers struggling with mental problems. Even though they are no longer soldiers, they continue fighting a silent and lifelong battle,' says Colonel Ramon Zagala
The military says 4 soldiers were also wounded in the Negros Occidental encounter on Sunday, April 19
The military has reported at least 3 armed clashes with communist guerrillas since the government’s unilateral ceasefire ended on April 15
The truce has been fraught with accusations of violations from both sides, and the government has yet to say whether it will also extend its unilateral ceasefire that ended on April 15
The military awaits orders from President Rodrigo Duterte on whether the truce will be extended as many areas remain on lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic
2nd Lieutenant Vince Magbanua died on April 8 after complaining of difficulty in breathing
The photo of Elago at a mountaintop was taken at a hike conducted on March 1, weeks before the NPA anniversary on March 29
Several Army Navy branches across the country are back in business for takeout and delivery orders – here's the list
'Everyone will be in the new movie,' director Luca Guadagnino says about the upcoming sequel to his 2017 film 'Call Me By Your Name'
Zamboanga City stakeholders are working together in the fight against the novel coronavirus disease
The military says it thwarted a planned attack by the New People’s Army last Saturday, but rebel leaders say the guerrillas were just on a medical mission
They all came in contact with military chief General Felimon Santos Jr, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus on March 27
Army troops rescue Daniel Moreno, who was abducted in Jolo, Sulu, on February 4
These portable washing stations are hands-free, and are now deployed to coronavirus lockdown checkpoints all over Rizal province
The Philippine government earlier declared a ceasefire with communist rebels as security forces focus on battling the novel coronavirus
The communist rebel leader earlier declined to reciprocate the government's ceasefire, which President Rodrigo Duterte ordered as the country battles the novel coronavirus
The Philippine Army receives two ambulances from private groups as it supports frontliners during the coronavirus lockdown
The defense chief expects guerrilla attacks to continue, while rebel leaders say the Luzon lockdown is meant only to intimidate and immobilize the public
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the ceasefire will last from March 19 until April 15
'US imperialism, Chinese imperialism, the Duterte administration, and the CPP-NPA-NDFP can become tactical allies, even if strange bedfellows, against the coronavirus'
The President sees the police and military on the frontlines of the Luzon-wide ‘enhanced community quarantine,’ and asks communist rebels for a halt in hostilities