CGPA visits 4th Infantry Division

    FORT BONIFACIO, Metro Manila – The Commanding General Philippine Army (CGPA) Maj. Gen. Andres C. Centino visits the units under the 4th Infantry Division in Caraga and Northern Mindanao regions on September 15 and 16, 2021.
    Maj. Gen. Centino visited the troops to see their operational readiness and morale while conducting security operations to secure the communities amidst the pandemic. The CGPA's visit aims to check that our soldiers in the frontlines of the government's fight against the communist terrorist group (CTG) are provided with the best training, equipment, and all the necessary support. With the necessary support, our soldiers can perform their tasks with excellence to end the local communist armed conflict in the country.
    The CGPA also personally congratulated the Army units with significant accomplishments against the CTG in their respective area of operations in the two (2) regions.
    "To the troops of the 4th Infantry Division, I commend you for a job well done. Your hard work and dedication resulted in the neutralization and capture of enemy personalities, and the seizure of firearms contributed to ending the local communist armed conflict in the country. Rest assured that your Philippine Army is here to provide you all the support you need to accomplish your mission. Just do your job, sustain the excellence and discipline in protecting the communities and serving the people in your area of operation, especially in these trying times. The people trusted us; let us not fail them," said Maj. Gen. Centino during his visit.
    It can be recalled that 4ID's 23rd IB, 88th IB, and 1st Special Forces Battalion figured in a series of encounters with the CTG in Agusan del Norte and Bukidnon last week, resulting in the neutralization of five (5) CPP-NPA Terrorists (CNTs), capture of 11 CNTs including three (3) minors and seizure of 27 high-powered firearms, three grenade launchers, and one (1) anti-personnel mine. #
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