IBF world champ Jerwin Ancajas receives hero’s welcome from PHL Navy
Aileen Cerrudo • December 11, 2019 • 393
IBF World super flyweight champion and Navy reservist, Jerwin ‘Pretty Boy’ Ancajas received a hero’s welcome from the Philippine Navy after defending his title.
Ancajas was welcomed by the officers and enlisted personnel of the Naval Reserve Command during his arrival at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Terminal 1 on (Wednesday) December 11.
He successfully defended his IBF World super flyweight title for the 8th time after defeating Chilean challenger Miguel Gonzales via TKO after a six-round demolition at Auditorio GNP Seguros, Puebla City, Mexico last December 8.
“SCPO Jerwin J Ancajas PN(Res) brought pride, honor and glory not only to the Philippine Navy but to the entire nation in general,” according to the post of the Philippine Navy.—AAC
The Philippine Navy (PN) donated P700,000 worth of relief goods to the municipality of San Luis in Batangas on Sunday (January 26).
According to the Philippine Navy, three evacuation sites where identified for the distribution of the relief goods: San Isidro Labrador Parish Church in Brgy. Poblacion, Taliba Evacuation Center in BrgyTaliba and San Luis Academy in Calumpang West.
Around 4,000 relief goods were given to the evacuees in the three said areas which include a pail, 1 kilo of rice, assorted canned goods, food packs, bottled waters and personal hygiene kits.
Other relief goods from various organizations were also distributed.
“150 mattress foamS from Uratex Company and dozens of various relief items from other PN stakeholders were also distributed in this activity,” according to the Philippine Navy.
Philippine Navy Flag Officer In Command Vice Admiral Robert A. Empedrad said he wants to ensure proper assistance is provided by the Philippine Navy before he retires. Empedrad will be retiring from office by next week.
“We are always willing to assist our stakeholders as we assure everyone that your Navy is always ready to serve in every situation and that you can always count on us,” he said.—AAC
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Navy, through its Naval Forces Northern Luzon (NFNL), is set to deploy its available resources to provide aid to thousands of people who were displaced by massive flooding in Cagayan and Isabela.
In a statement issued Sunday, the Philippine Navy Public Affairs said the relief mission, which is part of its humanitarian assistance and disaster relief initiative, will be conducted by NFNL units at Naval Base Camilo Osias in San Vicente, Cagayan.
“Several areas in Isabela and Cagayan were put under state of calamity because of the damages the flooding has brought to this part of the country. PN personnel and assets are now ready to be deployed to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster response in some of the areas affected by this calamity,” the navy said.
It added that the effort is part of its readiness and commitment to provide prompt assistance to Filipino families stricken by calamity.
“For those who would like to donate, they can directly coordinate with the Naval Operation Center at (02) 524-4981 and 0917 8045092 and Civil Military Operation Group, PN at (02) 524-2061 loc 6133 and 09053926359/ 09206860377 and NFNL, NF3- 09774596931/ NF7-09171230067,” the Philippine Navy said.
The said donations will be transported through available logistic naval vessels, the navy added.
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Navy on Wednesday launched a web application in an effort to promote transparency and prevent corruption in its procurement process.
The app, called Procurement Information System (PrISM), was designed for efficient monitoring of the navy’s projects by integrating project status updates from procurement stakeholders.
Suppliers, contractors, and the public could visit the website and check real-time information on projects which would be supplied by the Philippine Navy’s bids and awards committee and other relevant units.
“I would like to emphasize that prism is more than just a service which connects interested service and product proponents to the Philippine Navy – it is the testament of the navy to institutionalize a corruption-free procurement system in line with the mandate of the president to rid of corruption in all levels of the government,” Philippine Navy vice commander, Major General Dante Hidalgo said.
The navy said the application was developed at the Naval Information and Communications Technology Center (NICTC), which is committed to providing a convenient procurement system while promoting transparency, competitiveness, and accountability of its procurement process.
Its launch was part of the navy’s initiatives to strengthen systems and procedures to ensure check and balance and transparency in the procurement system.
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