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10th ID scores superior rating

By Gabrielle Aguilar/AdDU Intern

THE 10TH Infantry Agila Division garnered a 91.88% rating after the 15-day activity of the Philippine Army Annual General Inspection last May 30.

There were four areas of inspections: operational readiness; mission accomplishment in terms of trial operations; resource management on logistics and personnel; and leadership, moral, and welfare and discipline law and order. 

Maj Mark Anthony Tito, spokesperson of the 10th ID, said attaining and sustaining the insurgence-free status of the region became a big factor in the rating and it also shows the professionalism of the 10th ID soldiers.

“Considering the fact that we are also able to achieve ang atuang mission that is to clear our area of responsibility from the insurgence. Actually, they lauded the 10th Infantry Agila Division because we excel not only in terms of operations but also in terms of administration,” Tito said.

The garnered rating of 91.88% is categorized as a superior rating. Twenty-seven more offices under the 10th ID also garnered the same rating within the range of 91-95.99% after the inspection.

The 10th ID vowed to improve and amend the observed lapses to render constant services to the public.

“Rest assured that your 10th Infantry Agila Division will continue to secure our area of responsibility,” Tito said.


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