Filipinos Vietnam War Military Service

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Guest Page: Philcag & Philcon

Lisandro Abadia with Philcag for two years; later Chief of Staff Philippine

  Armed Forces; born in Talisay Cebu on 5/29/1938 PMA grd 1958; retired from military service 1994

  Awards: 30 awards, 24 Campaign ribbons, badges & foreign decorations &

    35 commendations


Jose T. Almonte born Albay Philippines served 3 yrs with Philcag as a Cpt. (1966-1969)

 PMA grad, (1956)

Award:  Distinguished Conduct Star for Gallantry for Philcag service-; also an Ancient Order of Sikatuna recipient


Ernesto Bello Calupig future Commanding Officer Special Forces Group


Bienvenido R. Castro 2nd Lt. 20th BCT born 1924 died 8/17/2007 in the Philippines of leukemia also WW11 & Korean War veteran


Eduardo R. Ermita Philcag 1966-1968 born 7/13/1935 Balayan Batangas

     AWARDS: Philippine Legion of Honor, Distinguished Conduct Star, Gold

         Cross Medal, Distinguished Service, Outstanding Achievement Medal,

         Star Military Merit Medal (3), Athletic Saber (PMA 1957);

         3-term congressman from Batangas 1992-2001, Sect of National Defense,

        Executive Secretary, Pres. Gloria Arroyo’s cabinet


Juny P. La Putt born Cebu; migrated to Honolulu in 1987 Philippines & Hawaii licensed Civil Engineer

Fidel V. Ramos, born 3/18/1928 Lingayen, Pangasinan, Philippines Philcag Chief of Staff (1966-1968) Military Awards: Philippine Legion of Honor, the Gold Cross, Philippine Military Merit Medal, the Legion of Merit (U.S.), Legion of Honor (France) and the U.S. Military Academy Distinguished Award, West Point grad (1950), also served in the Korean War. A professional engineer; elected Philippine President (1992-1998)


Gen Gaudencio Tobias-Philcag commander



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