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General Romeo C. Espino

Chief of Staff

Armed Forces

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Armed Forces

Background Information

Education

University of the Philippines at Los Banos

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Romeo Espino, whose record to ...

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Romeo Espino, whose record to this day remains unblemished by any accusation of human rights violations as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines from 1972 to 1981 and the two defense undersecretaries during the Martial Law period in charge of the AFP's relations with civilians, Carmelo Barbero and Jose Crisol.


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General Romeo C. Espino

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General Romeo C. Espino General Romeo C. Espino is a figure of endurance and longevity, being a surviving member during his induction into the Vanguard Hall of Fame. He joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines in 1937 after graduating from the University of the Philippines at Los Banos.
He survived the battle in Bataan and escaped the Death March during World War II, only to go back home and be among the brave soldiers who liberated Los Banos before the Americans. After years of meritorious service in the Armed Forces of the Philippines, he eventually became the 3rd UP Vanguard to reach the highest military position in the land, serving as AFP Chief of Staff for nearly a decade - from 1972 to 1981.
Aside from being a military officer, agriculturist, academician, lawyer, and corporate management practitioner, he has been involved with many other notable institutions, the longest of which was the Philippine National Red Cross where he served as chairman from 1975 to 1998.


General Romeo C. Espino | University of the Philippines – Reserve Officers' Training Corps

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General Romeo C. Espino is a figure of endurance and longevity, being a surviving member during his induction into the Vanguard Hall of Fame. He joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines in 1937 after graduating from the University of the Philippines at Los Banos.
He survived the battle in Bataan and escaped the Death March during World War II, only to go back home and be among the brave soldiers who liberated Los Banos before the Americans.
After years of meritorious service in the Armed Forces of the Philippines, he eventually became the 3rd UP Vanguard to reach the highest military position in the land, serving as AFP Chief of Staff for nearly a decade - from 1972 to 1981.
Aside from being a military officer, agriculturist, academician, lawyer, and corporate management practitioner, he has been involved with many other notable institutions, the longest of which was the Philippine National Red Cross where he served as chairman from 1975 to 1998.


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General Romeo C. Espino

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General Romeo C. Espino is a figure of endurance and longevity, being a surviving member during his induction into the Vanguard Hall of Fame. He joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines in 1937 after graduating from the University of the Philippines at Los Ba%C3%B1os. He survived the battle in Bataan and escaped the Death March during World War II, only to go back home and be among the brave soldiers who liberated Los Ba%C3%B1os before the Americans. After years of meritorious service in the Armed Forces of the Philippines, he eventually became the 3rd UP Vanguard to reach the highest military position in the land, serving as AFP Chief of Staff for nearly a decade - from 1972 to 1981. Aside from being a military officer, agriculturist, academician, lawyer, and corporate management practitioner, he has been involved with many other notable institutions, the longest of which was the Philippine National red Cross where he served as chairman from 1975 to 1998.


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General Romeo C. Espino

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General Romeo C. Espino General Romeo C. Espino is a figure of endurance and longevity, being a surviving member during his induction into the Vanguard Hall of Fame. He joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines in 1937 after graduating from the University of the Philippines at Los Banos.
He survived the battle in Bataan and escaped the Death March during World War II, only to go back home and be among the brave soldiers who liberated Los Banos before the Americans. After years of meritorious service in the Armed Forces of the Philippines, he eventually became the 3rd UP Vanguard to reach the highest military position in the land, serving as AFP Chief of Staff for nearly a decade - from 1972 to 1981.
Aside from being a military officer, agriculturist, academician, lawyer, and corporate management practitioner, he has been involved with many other notable institutions, the longest of which was the Philippine National Red Cross where he served as chairman from 1975 to 1998.

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