Commanding General, Philippine Army Maj. Gen. Andres C. Centino welcomed the Army Reserve Officers on Active Duty Tour for Training at Fort Bonifacio on May 26, 2021.
A total of 25 Army Reserve Officers will undergo the Call to Active Duty Tour for Training (CADTT) where they will serve as part of the Regular Force for two years.
The batch is composed of registered health and medical practitioners; commissioned licensed professionals such as teachers and an engineer; and commissioned active Enlisted Personnel who were products of the Advanced ROTC Program.
They will be assigned in the Army General Hospital and the Army Reserve Command during their duty.
“Your presence here today is a brilliant manifestation of the spirit of patriotism that we uphold as one of the core values of the Philippine Army,” said Maj. Gen. Centino. “I appreciate you all for answering the call of duty. May your dedication and commitment inspire more of our countrymen to serve,” he added. PHILIPPINE ARMY