By Jerome Aning
MANILA, Philippines—Dismissed Philippine Military Academy (PMA) cadet Aldrin Cudia has again asked the Supreme Court to resolve the case that he earlier filed questioning his dismissal from the military school eight months ago. Cudia’s mother, Filipina, a petitioner-intervenor in the suit, has filed with the high court a manifestation with a second motion for […]
The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) said 1,189 examinees passed the academy’s entrance examination held on Aug. 3. The 827 male and 362 female applicants for the PMA Class of 2019 would be eligible for a series of physical and medical examinations following a comprehensive medical examination at the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center in Quezon City, the PMA public information office said recently.
The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) will hold this year’s entrance examinations on Aug. 3 in 37 testing centers, many of them high schools, around the country.
By Frances Mangosing
It’s final: Cadet Aldrin Jeff Cudia will not graduate from the Philippine Military Academy.
By Ramon Tulfo
President Noynoy missed his chance to show that under his watch, all officers in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) are treated as equals, whatever their source of commission.