Eighteen officers arrived at the 4th Division Training School in Malaybalay City in Bukidnon on Tuesday.
The group of second lieutenants is composed of 18 individuals from the different provinces of Philippines: four from Kalinga province, and one each from the provinces and Cities of Nueva Ecija, Nueva Viscaya, Baguio City, Benguet, Quezon City, Masbate, Antique, Negros Oriental, Apayao, Dipolog City, Tarlac, Isabela, Cavite, and Tacloban City.
They will undergo the Platoon Leader Orientation Course to enhance their tactical capabilities and competencies prior to their deployment to the different line units of 4th Infantry Division.
The course will help them understand the operational complexities of the division, indigenous people’s cultural sensitivities, concept of the Community Support Program, and best practices.
Lt. Col. Ronald M. Illana, the newly installed commandant of the school, will share his wide range of experience in the field as an army officer. “We will ensure that these 2LTs will be steered toward the best direction… in order to survive while carrying out their mission,” he said.
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