Personnel of the CMO Battalion led by LTC ALAN G ESPELA (INF) PA, the Acting Commanding Officer, together with the students of Information Support Affairs Course Class 63-16 & Civil Affairs Course Class 19-16 conducted Community Outreach Program and Gift-giving at Brgy Tonsuya, Malabon City on 03 December 2016.
Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City-The Joint Task Force-National Capital Region together with the CMO Battalion, CMOG, Philippine Army, the Students of Information Support Affairs Course Cl-63-2016 of CMO School, and civilian partners conducted Community Outreach Program at Barangay Apolonio, Balintawak, Quezon City on 30 November 2016.
LTC ALAN G ESPELA (INF) PA, the Acting Commanding Officer of CMO Battalion, CMOG, PA, together with eighteen (18) Enlisted Personnel conducted gift-giving activity at McDonalds, Quezon Ave., Quezon City with theme: “Pamaskong Himig at Regalo, Handog Namin sa Inyo”. The highlight of the event is a Christmas presentation (sing & dance) performed by personnel of the CMOBn to fifty (50) cancer patient children. It is our wish to brighten up their day and give these children hope through our partners: the Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Wishes Undying of Pinoy Inc.
Personnel of CMO Battalion, CMOG, PA conducted Battalion Ranks Inspection supervised by senior NCOs on 25 November 2016 held at Headquarters CMO Battalion, Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City. This event aims to maintain individual discipline and military standard on their physical appearance and uniforms.
A team led by MAJ GATUS, Commanding Officer of 2nd CMO Company, CMOB, CMOG, PA, and his personnel conducted Community Outreach Program at Barangay 649, Zone 68, Tondo, Manila.on 19 November 2016 sponsored by Passion of Christ Nationwide Ministries Inc. headed by Ms. Nenita P. Cunanan for free Medicines and I-Learn Center for free massage. The General Headquarters Station Hospital, V-Luna, Army General Hospital, Philippine Army provided free medical Check-up while 1501st Dental Company led by MAJ JOEL A ARCILLA DS provided free dental extraction. The event benefited 282 persons for medical check-up, 25 underwent tooth extraction, 39 availed free haircut & 46 for free massage, and 77 reading glasses were distributed, or a total of 469 beneficiaries.