“Die to be a hero”

Marine Private Bernie John Lunas, 21, from Barangay Hindi, Bacacay town in Albay, one of the youngest of 13 Marines killed in action on June 9 in battle-scarred Marawi City has come home. Bernie, who turned 21 last April 5, was the second son of Barangay Captain Juan and Jocelyn Lunas. The couple has threeContinue reading ““Die to be a hero””

SELFLESS AND DEDICATED MARINE

Private First Class Gener Tinangag never said anything about the hardship of his work as one of the Marines who risked his life in war-torn Marawi City at the height of the fighting between the government troops and the Maute Group last week. “It’s okay now. At least my younger sister finished college” were theContinue reading “SELFLESS AND DEDICATED MARINE”

A different kind of Bayot

“Just bomb my location, Sir!” These were the last words of 24-year old Private First Class Dhan Ryan Bayot when he called his commanding officer before he succumbed to death in the hands of the Maute-ISIS terrorists. Bayot’s team–consisting of 9 soldiers from the 51st Infantry Batallion—was stationed in a detachment in Barangay Lilod, MarawiContinue reading “A different kind of Bayot”

Salute to the Heroes of Marawi

We mourn for the death of our soldiers who died fighting in the quest of peace. Their ultimate sacrifice will not bring us to pieces, instead, motivate us to continuously do our mandate of securing the people from all threats to the last drop of our blood. We call on to the peace-loving Filipinos toContinue reading “Salute to the Heroes of Marawi”