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WWII Vet Gets Dying Wish to Dispose His Ashes at Leyte Shore
Natalie Pardo-Labang
20 October 2016, Leyte—The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) heeded the explicit dying request of the late US Infantryman Charles Goldberg to have his ashes scattered at the sea of Leyte.
Veterans Celebrate 72nd Anniversary of Leyte Landings
Natalie Pardo-Labang
20 October 2016, Leyte—The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) joined the veterans of Leyte in commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the Leyte Gulf Landings. The event was themed “The Leyte Gulf Landings: A World-Historic Turn to Peace and Progress” and was attended by foreign diplomats and government officials.
PVAO-VMMC Provides Free Medical Services to Pampanga Veterans
Natalie Pardo-Labang
10 October 2016, San Fernando, Pampanga—With the support of provincial government of Pampanga headed by Gov. Lilia Pineda and Congresswoman Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, a medical outreach program for the veterans of Pampanga was made possible by the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) and Veterans Memorial Medical Center (VMMC).
PVAO Administrator Graces 50th Gen. Atienza Day
Natalie Pardo-Labang
8 October 2016, Libis, Quezon City—LtGen. Ernesto G. Carolina, Administrator of the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO), speaking as the guest of honor during the 50th Commemoration of General Atienza Day, called on every soldier “to follow the footsteps of Gen. Rigoberto J. Atienza, the 13th Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines who focused on the military’s role as a fighting force and as an important partner in the socio-economic development of the country.
Natalie Pardo-Labang
4 October 2016, PVAO, Camp Aguinaldo—The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) signs a memorandum of agreement with the Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit System Office (AFPEBSO). PVAO granted AFPESBO Php 2.8 Million worth of funds for the scholarship of soldiers’ orphans.

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