ARMY CHIEF Lieutenant General Roy Galido commended the 10th Infantry Division for its commitment to maintaining peace and stability in its area of responsibility.
Galido visited Camp General Manuel T. Yan Sr. in Mawab, Davao De Oro on Jan. 29 where he conducted a comprehensive briefing with Major General Allan D Hambala, 10ID commander, alongside the brigade, battalion, and other subordinate commanders.
The discussions centered around strategic plans and operational capabilities to enhance the troops’ efforts in maintaining peace and stability within the division’s area of responsibility.
Addressing the troops, Galido emphasized the values of discipline, a healthy lifestyle, and good family relations, highlighting their pivotal role in creating reliable, responsive, and relevant soldiers crucial to meeting the nation’s needs.
Expressing gratitude for their diligence and dedication, Galido commended the troops and the Civilian Human Resource (CHR) of 10ID, acknowledging the challenges of military service and lauding their voluntary commitment and service-oriented approach.
“I would like to thank you [troops]. Mahirap ang pagiging sundalo pero nag-volunteer pa rin kayo. Pati na rin sa Civilian [Human Resource], thank you for volunteering, rendering service, for acting like soldier service-oriented,” Galido said.
The purpose of the Army chief’s visit was not only to boost the morale of the troops but also to assess the operational readiness and capabilities of the 10ID.
The division covers Davao Region, parts of Region XII, including the 2nd district of North Cotabato, Malungon, Alabel, Malapatan, and Glan, all of Sarangani province, Tampakan in South Cotabato, and Columbio in Sultan Kudarat.
It also covers parts of Caraga including Bislig, Hinatuan, Tagbina, Lingig, and parts of Barobo all of Surigao del Sur, Bunawan, Rosario, Trento, Loreto, Sta. Josefa, Veruela, nine barangays of San Francisco, and two barangays of La Paz, all of Agusan del Sur.
Finally, the 10ID is also responsible for parts of Bukidnon like Damulog, Kibawe, Dangcagan, Kitaotao, eight barangays of San Fernando, and six barangays of Quezon, Valencia, Quezon, San Fernando, Kadingilan, Don Carlos and Maramag.
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