483 wounded Army troopers, militiamen to receive Christmas gifts

By on December 12, 2014


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MANILA — In line with efforts to boost the morale of its personnel wounded in battle, Philippine Army (PA) commander Lt. Gen. Hernando DCA Iriberri will lead the Christmas gift-giving activities to 483 Army personnel and Civilian Active Auxiliary (CAAs) confined at AFP Medical Center in Quezon City this Friday.

The activity will start at 10 a.m., Army spokesperson Lt. Col. Noel Detoyato said.

He added that Iriberri will personally hand over the grocery items to Army and CAFGU battle casualties and non-battle casualties confined at AFP Medical Center.

Recently, 183 Army personnel confined at Army General Hospital in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City have also benefited from the PA’s Christmas gift-giving activities.

Detoyato said their giving activities is part of the Army’s morale and welfare program through the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Personnel, OG1, PA to boost the morale of Army personnel and CAFGU’s confined in military hospitals.