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Big Clean Up Day: Pangkat PVAO Tidies Work Environment for the Veterans
Natalie Pardo-Labang
6 May 2016, PVAO, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City – In line with the administrative reforms initiated by Usec. Ernesto G. Carolina, the incumbent Administrator, the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) conducted a 5S Big Clean-up Day. The activity was part of the implementation of 5S Good Housekeeping.
AFPREVA, PVAO Holds Medical Mission for Antipolo Veterans
Natalie Pardo-Labang
5 May 2016, Antipolo City—Around 400 PVAO pensioners, retired military personnel, and their dependents, benefitted from the medical and dental mission conducted by the Armed Forces of the Philippines Retired Veterans Association (AFPREVA) in coordination with the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO).
23 Veterans Honored in the 71st Liberation of Dumaguete City
Marlon Peralta
The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office gave recognition to the 23 veterans during the commemoration of the 71st Anniversary of the Liberation of Dumaguete City which was held in Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental on April 26, 2016. Representing Undersecretary Ernesto G Carolina was MGen Alfredo S Cayton Jr, Chief, Veterans Affairs and Management Division of PVAO.
Digitized World War II Records Launched
Natalie Pardo-Labang
25 April 2016, AFP Museum, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City—The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, in collaboration with the Filipino War Veterans Foundation Inc., officially launched to the general public the digitized surviving records of Filipino soldiers and guerillas during World War II that were retrieved from the Philippine Collection of the US National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland, USA.
Stories of a Filipino War Hero Launched Anew
April Hermosa
5 April 2016, AFP Commissioned Officers Club—“I want to write a book. I want to write what really happened in Bataan.” These are the words remembered by Ms. Ma. Elisela R. Vitriolo when his father, Eliseo D. Rio Sr., decided to write his personal recollections as a young soldier during World War II.
PVAO, VMMC, Team Up for VHP Information Drive
Natalie Pardo-Labang
15 April 2016, Malolos, Bulacan—The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) and Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC) joined forces in campaigning for the Veterans Hospitalization Program (VHP), a program that provides hospitalization and medical care benefits to Filipino veterans and their dependents through VMMC and other PVAO-VMMC accredited government and private hospitals.

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