Soldiers deployed for Boracay closure, too
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The Philippine Army’s 301st Infantry Brigade confirmed that soldiers were already deployed in Boracay, before the island’s shutdown starting April 26, 2018. Brigadier General Pio Diñoso, 301st IB commanding officer, was in Boracay over the weekend to personally supervise the deployment of Philippine Army soldiers and CAFGU (Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit) Active Auxiliary of CAA.
Rendon, J. P. (2018, April 23). Soldiers deployed for Boracay closure, too. The Daily Guardian, p. 2.
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