THE Army's 103rd Infantry "Haribon" Brigade received the Certificate of Recognition during the Annual General Inspection (AGI) Current Year 2021 conducted by the Philippine Army.
This, as the 103rd Infantry Brigade garnered a percentage rating of 94.64 percent categorized as Very Good, which obtained the highest rating among all organic Brigade units of the Army's 1st Infantry Division (1ID).
Brigadier General Roy Galido, Philippine Army inspector general, together with Major General Generoso Ponio, 1ID commander, led by awarding of Certificate of Recognition on Friday, October 22, at Kuta Major Cesar L. Sang-an, home of the 1ID in Pulacan, Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur.
Ponio said the award speaks up the unit's excellence and success in the four major areas such as Joint Readiness Rating System; Mission Accomplishment; Resource Management; and Leadership, Morale and Welfare, Discipline, Law and Order.
Brigadier General Jose Maria Cuerpo II, 103rd Infantry Brigade commander, encouraged his troops not to sleep on this laurel but strive harder and soar higher.
Cuerpo added that the recognition showcases the constant quest of every 103rd Infantry Brigade personnel to do the best in all their endeavors.
The inspecting team from the Philippine Army concluded Friday, October 22, the Annual General Inspection (AGI) at the 1st Infantry Division and its line units. (SunStar Zamboanga)