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Wrong Jonas Sumagaysay?
Deputy Commander of the Third Infantry Division
Army's 303rd Infantry Brigade
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Jonas Sumagaysay (PMA '81), ...
Jonas Sumagaysay (PMA '81), who served as the chief of the Presidential Security Group of former President and now Pampanga Rep.
Sumagaysay, the current deputy commander of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division, had been designated as deputy commander of the AFP Central Command.
Before his current post, he was the commander of the Army's 303rd Brigade.
COLONEL Jonas Sumagaysay, ...
COLONEL Jonas Sumagaysay, commanding officer of the 303rd Brigade of the Philippine Army, is set to be replaced by his deputy, Col.
Sumagaysay, who has not yet completed his two-year stint as 303rd Brigade commander, will be assigned as assistant division commander of the 3rd Infantry Division based in Camp Peralta in Jamindan, Capiz.
will replace Brig.
Gen. Pedro Sinajon who will be transferred to 9th Infantry Division in Bicol Region under.
Sumagaysay is the classmate of newly installed 3rd ID commander Major Gen.
recently exposed the misencounters between warring factions of the New People's Army
, as well as the alleged leadership crisis in the underground movement.
Jonas Sumagaysay, a graduate of ...
Jonas Sumagaysay, a graduate of PMA Class of 1981.
Sumagaysay was operations officer of the Intelligence Service of the AFP prior to his appointment as PSG commander in May 2009.
With a report from Inquirer Research
COLONEL Jonas Sumagaysay, ...
COLONEL Jonas Sumagaysay, commanding officer of the Philippine Army's 303rd Brigade, stands firm and laughs off the claims of the New People's Army (NPA) accusing him of lying about alleged 'misencounters' between rebel groups.
maintained that the NPA rebels are actually the ones hiding the truth and spreading lies.
said the NPA rebels cannot even answer his
expose on the shootout and misencounters in their ranks because of alleged unending squabble among NPA leaders.
"They could not even decide whether to answer the expose or not," Sumagaysay
denied the claims of the NPA rebels that it was the government troops that figured in a misencounter in northern Negros.
said government forces cannot hide casualties in encounters with the rebels, as wounded government troops are immediately brought to the hospitals, unlike in the case of the NPA rebels who are the ones hiding and burying their fatalities in secret.
In a statement given to media outlets Monday, the NPA Roslyn Pelle Command accused Sumagaysay and 62nd IB commanding officer Lieutenant Colonel Edgardo Gubat as liars in connection with the statements, which the two Army officers issued over alleged misencounter between NPA forces in southern Negros.
Reel spokesperson Ka Cecil Estrella said, in the same statement, the claims of Sumagaysay and Gubat about NPA misencounters and the secret burial of dead NPA rebels are "all lies."
Last January 29, 2011, according to the statement, Sumagaysay
said that a misencounter occurred on the part of the rebels.
Jonas Sumagaysay, ...
Jonas Sumagaysay, general-officer-in-charge of 3rd Infantry Division, said the seizure of the rebel camp will deprive the NPA of a place to train, consolidate and equip their members.
"The people themselves informed us about the location of this encampment over which the rebels are threatening the populace and extorting from them.
said in a statement he
Since January, eight camps abandoned by the NPA were discovered by government forces in Negros Island, Sumagaysay, who once served as 303rd Infantry Brigade commander, added.*GPB