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New PSG chief named

/ 05:14 AM August 21, 2021

Presidential Security Group (PSG) commander, Col. Randolph Cabangbang (Photo Courtesy of PSG)

The new Presidential Security Group (PSG) commander, Col. Randolph Cabangbang, assumed his post on Friday, replacing Brig. Gen. Jesus Durante III.

Prior to being chosen to head the President’s guards, Cabangbang served as the chief of the staff of the Philippine Army’s Second Infantry Division.


He also served as PSG chief of staff from September 2019 to August 2020 and was deputy commander of Task Force Davao of the 10th Infantry Division from October 2017 to September 2019.

Cabangbang, who hails from Los Baños, Laguna, is a decorated officer. He is a recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Medal, Distinguished Service Star, Gold Cross Medal, Military Achievement Medal, Gawad Sa Kaunlaran, Bronze Cross Medal, Silver Wing Medal, Wounded Personnel Medal, and other merit and commendation medals.


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