Civil-Military Operations Regiment marks 69th founding anniversary

The Civil-Military Operations Regiment (CMOR) marked its 69th founding anniversary as it looks forward to winning the hearts and minds of more Filipino people during a simple program at the regiment’s headquarters in Fort Bonifacio, Metro Manila on August 3, 2022.
“To the Army’s CMO professionals, as you embark on another year of service with a renewed sense of commitment and responsibility as public servants, may you continue to adhere to the principles of servant-leadership,” Acting Army Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Roy M. Galido said in his remarks on behalf of Army Commanding General Lt. Gen. Romeo S. Brawner, Jr. who also previously served as commander of the regiment.
Maj. Gen. Galido commended the regiment for serving as the Army’s backbone in the promotion of lasting peace and inclusive development through effective information operations, civil affairs, and public affairs.
The Acting Army Chief of Staff lauded the regiment's efforts to help conflict-affected families in the cities of Zamboanga and Marawi in the aftermath of devastating conflicts. Maj. Gen. Galido also noted the regiment’s crucial support for humanitarian assistance and disaster response efforts for individuals affected by volcano eruptions, typhoons, and the Covid-19 pandemic; as well as the anti-insurgency campaign.
“In this line of work, we must have the heart to make a difference. We must have the heart to touch the lives of people. Puso ang puhunan dito sa CMO. And for us to succeed, we must not only touch the lives of people but we must also tell our story,” CMOR Commander Brig. Gen. Arvin R. Lagamon meanwhile said in his speech.
CMOR—which traces its roots to the Army's Public Relations Office (PRO) organized in the 1950s—marks its 69th founding anniversary anchored on the theme “CMOR@69: Kaunlaran Para Sa Lahat.”
Photos: Cpl Josel P. Sucayan Philippine Army
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