Soldiers and nationalists honors Filipino heroes at Libingan ng mga Bayani

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    FORT BONIFACIO, Taguig City – Soldiers and nationalists placed Philippine flaglets to remember the departed Filipino heroes and martyrs in advance observance of All Saints’ and Souls’ Day at Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB), today, October 31.

    Traditionally, before the placement of the 23,000 thousand symbolic flag to fallen soldiers, national leaders, dignitaries and national artists, a field mass is being offered in-front of the Tomb of Unknown Soldiers (TUKS).

    In today’s commemoration, Army Captain Smith E Marfori, Chaplain Service tendered a divine prayer to honour and pay respect for the heavenly intercession of the repose soul in the purgatory for eternal rest.

    Col. Edmundo S. Suficiencia Quarter Master Service, (GSC) Philippine Army, Commander, Task Group Pagmamahal “Undas” 2018, in his welcome remarks gives his outmost appreciation to the stakeholders who lend their benevolent time, which he said as a genuine Filipino gesture of solidarity, cooperation and unity.

    He also mentioned that Task Force “Oplan Pagmamahal”, composed of elements from Army, Navy, Air Force, PNP, Taguig City Government Office and NGO’s was already deployed to ensure the safety and security of the visitors and families paying homage at the LNMB.

    Col. Gilbert D. Santiago, Commander, Logistic Support Group, ASCOM who represented Maj. Gen. Joselito M Reyes led the handover of flaglets to the soldiers, Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts of the Philippines, Citizen Advance Training cadets, High School students both from Fort Bonifacio and Benigno Aquino High School, including stakeholders for the ceremonial flag setting.#

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