PH Coast Guard trainees undego jungle warfare course with PH Army in Tanay

PH Coast Guard trainees undego jungle warfare course with PH Army in Tanay




Preparation is underway to further train the government assets to be of more service to the country.
Trainees from the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) from the Coast Guard Officers’ Course Class 24 and 25 from service command units: Coast Guard Human Resource Management Command (CGHRMC), Coast Guard Intelligence Force, and Coast Guard Civil Relations Service (CGCRS) are undergoing a one-month Jungle Warfare and Mountain Operations Course (JWMOC) with Philippine Army.


The 86 brave individuals is part of the implementation of PCG Service Command Career Path (SECOMCAP), kicked off at the grounds of 2nd Infantry Division (2ID) in Camp Capinpin, Tanay, Rizal on July 27.
(photo credit to PCG)

CGHRMC commander Rear Admiral Joseph Coyme, CGCRS outgoing commander Commodore Armando Balilo, were present in the ceremonial kick-off.
“Rear Admiral Coyme recognized that the PCG, in the event of national emergency, shall be attached to the Department of National Defense (DND) to augment its operations. Hence, it is high-time for the two uniformed service organizations to enhance interoperability through JWOC and other similar collaborative initiatives,” PCG said.
According to the PCG undergoing the jungle warfare of its personnel will further reinforce their knowledge and skills in jungle warfare, fight against violence and terrorism, as well as peace and development initiatives.

“They are also expected to become more disciplined, adept in military doctrines, policies, and standard operating procedures, as well as skilled in basic weapons and war material operations after the month-long training,” PCG added.

 






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