PA renders arrival honors for outgoing Army Signal Regiment Commander

The Philippine Army rendered arrival honors for outgoing Army Signal Regiment (ASR) Commander Brig. Gen. Milton Y. Beset—whose military service spanned nearly 33 years—at the Headquarters Philippine Army, Fort Bonifacio, Metro Manila on July 1, 2022.
A company-sized contingent rendered arrival honors for Brig. Gen. Beset who was then received by acting Army Vice Commander Maj. Gen. Roy M. Galido at the Silid Andres Bonifacio of the HPA Complex.
Brig. Gen. Beset—who earned a Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering degree from the Saint Louis University—completed the Officer Candidate Course in 1990. He also holds two Master’s degrees: Management from Bicol University and Public Management from Development Academy of the Philippines.
Brig. Gen. Beset held key Armed Forces of the Philppines (AFP) and PA signal posts. He served as Chief of Staff of the Communication Electronics and Information Systems Service, AFP (CEISSAFP);
Philippine Army Assistant Chief of Staff for Command and Control, Communications, and Cyber Systems (G6, PA); and Deputy Chief of Staff for Communication, Electronics and Information Systems Service (J6, AFP).
Brig. Gen. Beset took helm of ASR in October 2020 where he played a key role in a establishing a credible PA cyberdefense posture. He also led ASR in providing "one network" for the Philippine Army through its various transformation initiatives.
Brig. Gen. Beset is set to retire on July 12, 2022 after nearly 33 years of military service.
Photos by Pfc Rodgen V Quirante PA/OACPA