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Officer Executive

Location:
Taguig, National Capital Region, Philippines
Salary:
Not less than $8,000
Posted:
October 19, 2016

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STEPHEN A.TUBALLA

H-*-H JOQ Apartment, Navy Village

Naval Station Jose Francisco, Fort Bonifacio

Taguig City, Metro Manila, 6217Philippines

+639********* / +225********

acw4sm@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER OBJECTIVE:Seeking a position in United Nation Deployment Peacekeeping Operations that provides opportunities to contribute my skills and widen knowledge, as well asdevelop myprofessional and personal growth.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Date of Birth: 12 January 1969

Place of Birth: Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental

Citizenship: Filipino

Religion: Roman Catholic

Sex: Male

Civil Status: Married

Height: 177 cm

Weight: 75 kg

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT:

Primary Education:

Dauin Central Elementary School

Poblacion Dauin, Negros Oriental

05 Jun 1976 – 28 Mar 1981

Secondary Education:

Dauin Municipal High School

Poblacion Dauin, Negros Oriental

01 Jun 1981 – 31 Mar 1985

Tertiary Education:

Electrical Technology

Central Visayas Polytechnic College

Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

01 Jun 1985 – 31 Mar 1987

B.S. in Aviation Electronic Engineering

Philippine State College of Aeronautics

Villamor Air Base, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines

01 Jun 1990 – 30 Oct 1993

B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering

PATTS College of Aeronautics

Airport Road, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines

01 Jun 1995 – 31 Mar 1996

Post Graduate:

Masters in Maritime Education (Administration and Supervision)

John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University-Arevalo

Molo, Iloilo City, Philippines

10 Jul 2013 – 11 Oct 2014

Doctoral in Maritime Education (Maritime Management)

John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University-Arevalo

Molo, Iloilo City, Philippines

20 Oct 2014 – to present (Oct 2016)

STAFF EXPERIENCE:

Military Observer – Personnel Officer (G1)

Observer Management Group (OMG) Cell

United Nations Operations in Cote d’Ivoire (UNOCI)

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

23 May 2016 to 31 August 2016

Job Responsibilities:

Personnel Officer is responsible to the Team Leader for the efficient administration of the personnel.

Prepare and submit the Personnel Strength and Attendance Sheet in Daily/Weekly/Monthly reports to FHQ personnel branch.

Advance planning of CTO/AL for all MILOBS in accordance to the policy of 65% team strength always be present and advise the staff implications of planned team movement.

Check all CTO/Leave applications and MOPs before submission.

Brief newly arrived MILOBs on personnel duties and team members all current documents in relation to personnel such as posting order, rotation request, and leave/CTO.

Create and maintain personnel data sheet of all MILOBS and updated Staff plan showing arrivals, CTO, leave, rotations, e-MOP, patrols and duties as well as check out.

Prepare and send any e-MOP as required for team movements and activities.

Liaise with the concerned staff officers in the MILOBs Cell and Sector HQ regarding personnel and administrative matters.

Carry out tasks as may be directed by the Team Leader.

Military Observer – Operations Officer (G3)

Tai Team Site

Sector West, United Nations Operations in Cote d’Ivoire (UNOCI)

Ivory Coast

16 Nov 2015 to 22 May 2016

Job Responsibilities:

Operations Officer is responsible to the Team Leader to the overall planning and supervision of the Team’s operational activities.

Operate in close conjunction with the Military Information Officer (MIO) and strive to ensure that operational activities will driven by Military Information requirements.

Operations Officer will prepare the following:

Prepare and submit the Monthly Patrol Plan to the Sector West Headquarters for approval;

Prepare and circulate the Weekly Patrol Plan;

Prepare the Daily Patrol Plan, including the detailing of patrol Team Leader;

Prepare and submit to the Duty Officer the Weekly Summary of activities and Weekly Report every Saturday of the week;

Prepare and submit to the Duty Officer the Monthly Summary Report on the last day of the month;

Brief Patrols during the morning briefings or when necessary, the day before. For Sunday and UN official Holidays patrols, this will be done on Saturday morning briefing or the day before when necessary;

Debrief patrol on the operational aspects of their patrol at 1600 hrs from Monday to Friday;

As far as practicable, check with all Patrol Leaders prior to their patrol that they have all necessary equipment/maps and emergency supplies;

Supervise the operation of daily SITREP and ensure that it is forwarded at the correct time;

Prepare and submit Air Recce Plan to Sector HQ and Air Mission Request (AMR) to Sector Air Ops for the monthly Air Recce schedule for the Team Site AOR;

Liaise with Sector HQ and Sector MILOBS cell Ops Officer, as well as Contingents Ops Officer at all times and when necessary. Prepare evacuation plan and maintain updated maps;

Prepare and send, or supervise sending to the Sector HQ all necessary reports and returns as asked by the MILOBS Cell.

Carry put other tasks as may be directed by the Team Leader.

Executive Officer (Ex-O, N9)

Asst Chief of Naval Staff for Reservist and Retiree Affairs, N9, Headquarters PN

OESPA Building, Bonifacio Naval Station, Fort Bonifacio

Taguig City, Philippines

05 Sep 2014 to22 Oct 2015

Job Responsibilities:

Assist in the internal operation of the office by integrating, directing, supervising and coordinating the activities of the different branches.

Review staff actions to ensure that they are adequate and coordinated to produce the intended actions of the Assist chief of Naval Staff for Reservist and Retiree Affairs, N9.

Perform other duties as directed.

Asst Chief of Fleet Staff for Reservist and Retiree Affairs Officer (F9)

Headquarters Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

12 Sep 2011 to 05 Sept 2014

Job Responsibilities:

Assist and advises the Commander Philippine Fleet in the formulation of plans and policies in the, coordination, Direction, supervision, controlling and monitoring all activities pertaining to reservist affairs.

Formulate strategies, policies, plans and develop concept, doctrines, and programs geared towards enhancing the role of the Philippine Fleet on the Naval Reserve Force in pursuing Navy’s policies.

Formulate plans and policies pertaining to Philippine Fleet reserve force development programs.

Formulate plans, policies and procedures on matters pertaining to the integration, training, and utilization reservist and reserve units and supervises the execution of approved plans and programs relative thereto.

Asst Chief of Staff for Operations and Training, Officer (NR3)

Headquarters Naval Reserve Command, Philippine Navy

Cabildo Street, Fort Santiago

Intramuros, Manila, Philippines

01 Aug 2009 to 12 Sep 2011

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Commander Naval Reserve Command in the formulation of plans, direction, supervision, controlling, and monitoring all activities of the command pertaining to operations, training and education of its personnel and reservists development.

Formulate policies, plans and programs for the attainment and theimprove of career of organic personnel and PN reservists.

Responsible in maintenance / updating of information for publication pertaining to current situation and issues of the command.

Coordinate with Higher Headquarters and cognizant office/unit of the command activities pertaining to operations and training and education.

Perform other duties as Commander Naval Reserve Command may direct.

Asst Chief of Staff for Operations and Training Officer (SAF3)

Headquarters Sealift Amphibious Force

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

16 Sep 2007 to 27 Feb 2008

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Commander Sealift Amphibious Force in the formulation and review of the operational requirements of its units and coordinate priority programs with cognizant offices of Headquarters Philippine Fleet.

Assist in making and executing decisions pertaining to operations functions:

Gather and process information for use in mission analysis for future planning and decision making.

Recommend courses of actions pertaining to operations functions.

Translate commander’s policies and desire into plans, orders or directives to subordinates

Supervise and inspect subordinate unit and other staff to ensure that commander’s policies, instructions and orders are properly executed

Perform other duties as Commander Service Force may direct.

Executive Officer

BRP Benguet (LT-507)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, SangleyPoint

Cavite City, Philippines

15 Apr 2004 to 31 Jan 2005

Job Responsibilities:

The Executive Officer duties as an aide or Executive to the Commanding Officer.

Executive Officer is specifically charged with executing the orders of the Commanding Officer and with coordinating and supervising the performance and administration of the command as a whole, including matters pertaining to morale, discipline, welfare, training, safety, rights and privileges of individuals within the command.

Executive Officer shall perform the following:

1)Evaluate the performance of all enlisted men, and consolidate and prepare their performance duty marks, prepare the evaluation reports of all department heads, and other officers below him;

2)Exercise general supervision over the organization bills;

3)Regulate the liberty, pass and leave of personnel;

4)Prosecute a planned program of recreation and athletics;

5)Direct the investigation for the Commanding Officer of alleged violation of the Articles of War, AFP Regulations, PN Regulations, Ship’s Regulations, and other military and civil laws, and recommend appropriate disciplinary action to the Commanding Officer;

6)Prosecute a program of economy and conservation, and promote cost consciousness within the command;

7)Insure that the Commanding Officer is advised of all casualties, deficiencies and anticipated difficulties which may significantly affect the operational readiness or administrative efficiency of the command;

8)Act on personnel request which may be addressed to the Commanding Officer and which do not involve information or policy or will not require action of higher authority;

9)Assure that adequate supplies and services are made available to the Executive Department within one allotment of assistance and operating funds;

10)Direct the public information program of the ship;

11)Supervise the reception of ship’s visitors;

12)Serve as the Chairman of the planning board for training; and

13)Exercise general supervision over the ship’s correspondence, files, records, and reports.

Executive Officer

BRP Lake Taal (AF-72)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, SangleyPoint

Cavite City, Philippines

27 Oct 2003 to 15 Apr 2004

Job Responsibilities:

The Executive Officer duties as an aide or Executive to the Commanding Officer.

Executive Officer is specifically charged with executing the orders of the Commanding Officer and with coordinating and supervising the performance and administration of the command as a whole, including matters pertaining to morale, discipline, welfare, training, safety, rights and privileges of individuals within the command.

Executive Officer shall perform the following:

1)Evaluate the performance of all enlisted men, and consolidate and prepare their performance duty marks, prepare the evaluation reports of all department heads, and other officers below him;

2)Exercise general supervision over the organization bills;

3)Regulate the liberty, pass and leave of personnel;

4)Prosecute a planned program of recreation and athletics;

5)Direct the investigation for the Commanding Officer of alleged violation of the Articles of War, AFP Regulations, PN Regulations, Ship’s Regulations, and other military and civil laws, and recommend appropriate disciplinary action to the Commanding Officer;

6)Prosecute a program of economy and conservation, and promote cost consciousness within the command;

7)Insure that the Commanding Officer is advised of all casualties, deficiencies and anticipated difficulties which may significantly affect the operational readiness or administrative efficiency of the command;

8)Act on personnel request which may be addressed to the Commanding Officer and which do not involve information or policy or will not require action of higher authority;

9)Assure that adequate supplies and services are made available to the Executive Department within one allotment of assistance and operating funds;

10)Direct the public information program of the ship;

11)Supervise the reception of ship’s visitors;

12)Serve as the Chairman of the planning board for training; and

13)Exercise general supervision over the ship’s correspondence, files, records, and reports.

Executive Officer

BRP Bagobo (AT-293)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, SangleyPoint

Cavite City, Philippines

25 Sep 2002 to 27 Oct 2003

Job Responsibilities:

The Executive Officer duties as an aide or Executive to the Commanding Officer.

Executive Officer is specifically charged with executing the orders of the Commanding Officer and with coordinating and supervising the performance and administration of the command as a whole, including matters pertaining to morale, discipline, welfare, training, safety, rights and privileges of individuals within the command.

Executive Officer shall perform the following:

1)Evaluate the performance of all enlisted men, and consolidate and prepare their performance duty marks, prepare the evaluation reports of all department heads, and other officers below him;

2)Exercise general supervision over the organization bills;

3)Regulate the liberty, pass and leave of personnel;

4)Prosecute a planned program of recreation and athletics;

5)Direct the investigation for the Commanding Officer of alleged violation of the Articles of War, AFP Regulations, PN Regulations, Ship’s Regulations, and other military and civil laws, and recommend appropriate disciplinary action to the Commanding Officer;

6)Prosecute a program of economy and conservation, and promote cost consciousness within the command;

7)Insure that the Commanding Officer is advised of all casualties, deficiencies and anticipated difficulties which may significantly affect the operational readiness or administrative efficiency of the command;

8)Act on personnel request which may be addressed to the Commanding Officer and which do not involve information or policy or will not require action of higher authority;

9)Assure that adequate supplies and services are made available to the Executive Department within one allotment of assistance and operating funds;

10)Direct the public information program of the ship;

11)Supervise the reception of ship’s visitors;

12)Serve as the Chairman of the planning board for training; and

13)Exercise general supervision over the ship’s correspondence, files, records, and reports.

Engineering and Damage Control Officer

BRP Hen Emilio Aguinaldo (PG-140)

Offshore Combat Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, SangleyPoint

Cavite City, Philippines

26 Aug 2001 to 25 Sep 2002

Job Responsibilities:

Engineering Officer shall perform the following:

1.Maintain the machinery and electrical systems in battle readiness;

2.Maintain interior communication equipment in the ship;

3.Control and restore engineering and ship control casualties;

4.Maintain the master material history, and other operating and maintenance records;

5.Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

6.Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department;

7.Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program; and

8.Anticipate the personnel and material needs of the department and submit same recommendations.

Damage Control Officer shall perform the following:

1)Maintain the hull in battle readiness;

2)Supervise fire fighting;

3)Coordinate for all department’s naval shipyards work and correspondence or communications relating to alterations or repairs to the hull and installed equipment;

4)Act as technical assistant to the Executive Officer in carrying out the NBC defense procedures of the ship;

5)Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

6)Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department;

7)Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program; and

8)Anticipate the personnel and material needs of the department and submit recommendations for the same.

Deck and Gunnery Officer

BRP Manuel Gomez (PG-388) and BRP Simeon Castro (PG-374)

Littoral Combat Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

10 Oct 2000 to 26 Oct 2001

Job Responsibilities:

Deck Officer shall perform the following:

1)Plan and execute deck seamanship evolutions and operations including anchoring, mooring, fueling, and replenishment at sea;

2)Supervise, coordinate, and direct the maintenance and painting of the ship’s exterior, except for those areas specifically assigned to other departments;

3)Supervise loading, unloading, and stowage of cargo;

4)Supervise operation of paint, canvas, and boatswain’s lockers (stowage, care, accountability, and issue of associated materials and equipment);

5)Supervise disposal of trash and garbage;

6)Supervise the maintenance, inspection, stowage and accountability of survival equipment (life rafts, floater nets and life jackets);

7)Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

8)Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department;

9)Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program;

10)Anticipate the personnel and material needs of the department and submit recommendations for the same.

Gunnery Officer shall perform the following:

1)Maintain the ship’s armament and associated equipment;

2)Conduct surveillance test and periodic inspections of ammunition, pyrotechnics, smokeless powder samples, and magazine;

3)Supervise the procurement, handling, stowage, accountability and issue of ship’s ammunition and pyrotechnics;

4)Maintain the physical security and integrity of magazines and ready service storage spaces;

5)Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

6)Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department;

7)Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program; and

8)Anticipate the personnel and material needs of the department and submit recommendations for the same.

Mess and Supply Officer

BRP Yakal (AD-617)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base HeracleoAlano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

02 Dec 1999 to 01 Oct 2000

Job Responsibilities:

Mess Officer shall perform the following:

1)Supervise the operation of the Wardroom and General Mess;

2)Supervise the operation of the ship’s store;

3)Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

4)Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department;

5)Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program; and

6)Anticipate the personnel and material needs of the department and submit recommendations for the same.

Supply Officer shall perform the following:

1)Administer the ship’s operating allotment to the end and ensure that all essential logistic requirements are met;

2)Coordinate the preparation and submission of departmental logistics requirements;

3)Supervise the operation and maintenance of store rooms;

4)Maintain and/or coordinate the various records equipage;

5)Prepare and maintain department organization manuals;

6)Maintain a current Ship’s Maintenance Project for his department; and

7)Formulate and carry out a departmental training program within the framework of the ship’s training program.

Asst Chief of Staff for Operations and Training Officer (RC3)

Headquarters Naval Reserve Center Eastern Visayas

Pier 3, Arellano Boulevard

Cebu City, Philippines

01 Aug 1997 to 01 Oct 1998

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Commander Naval Reserve Center-5 in the formulation of plans, direction, supervision, and monitoring all activities pertaining to reservists training and Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Units (NROTCU).

Monitors implementation of directives, policies and guidelines related to the reservist training and utilization in maritime surveillance and gathering information collection.

Prepares/maintains current operations estimate in coordination with cognizant staffs.

Monitors implementation of orders and directives issued by operational command relevant to the integration and utilization of reservists as well as Cadets/Cadettes units.

Prepares recurring operational reports and provide updates to the Operational Commander.

Receives and transmit relevant operational directives to operational command and subordinate reserve units as well as NROTC units.

COMMAND EXPERIENCE:(Highlight any Operational Experience)

Commanding Officer (Category III Warship)

BRP Benguet (LT507)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

14 July 2008 to 16 Mar 2009

Job Responsibilities:

Commanding Officer is charged with the absolute responsibility for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of his command, except when and to the extent he may be relieved there from by competent authority.

Commanding Officer authority is commensurate with his responsibility, subject to the limitations prescribed by law and AFP Regulations.

Commanding Officer has directly controlled to the following ship’s officer’s reports:

1)Executive Officer for all matters pertaining to the ship as a whole;

2)Navigator for the safe navigation and piloting of the ship;

3)Operations Officer for combat and operational information;

4)Engineering Officer for the operation of the main propulsion and electrical plants;

5)Damage Control Officer for the ship’s stability, watertight integrity and the control of damage;

6)Deck Officer for the maintenance of the ship’s hull and equipment associated with deck seamanship;

7)Gunnery Officer for the employment of the weapons system installed;

8)Mess Officer for the operation of the Wardroom and General Mess; and

9)Supply Officer for procuring, controlling stowing and issuing of all supplies and materials.

Commanding Officer (Category II Warship)

BRP Mangyan (AS 71)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

27 Feb 2008to13 Jul 2008

Job Responsibilities:

Commanding Officer is charged with the absolute responsibility for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of his command, except when and to the extent he may be relieved there from by competent authority.

Commanding Officer authority is commensurate with his responsibility, subject to the limitations prescribed by law and AFP Regulations.

Commanding Officer has directly controlled to the following ship’s officer’s reports:

1)Executive Officer for all matters pertaining to the ship as a whole;

2)Navigator for the safe navigation and piloting of the ship;

3)Operations Officer for combat and operational information;

4)Engineering Officer for the operation of the main propulsion and electrical plants;

5)Damage Control Officer for the ship’s stability, watertight integrity and the control of damage;

6)Deck Officer for the maintenance of the ship’s hull and equipment associated with deck seamanship;

7)Gunnery Officer for the employment of the weapons system installed;

8)Mess Officer for the operation of the Wardroom and General Mess; and

9)Supply Officer for procuring, controlling stowing and issuing of all supplies and materials.

Commanding Officer (Category II Warship)

BRP Lake Buluan (AW33)

Sealift Amphibious Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

28 Jul 2006 to 02 Feb 2007

Job Responsibilities:

Commanding Officer is charged with the absolute responsibility for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of his command, except when and to the extent he may be relieved there from by competent authority.

Commanding Officer authority is commensurate with his responsibility, subject to the limitations prescribed by law and AFP Regulations.

Commanding Officer has directly controlled to the following ship’s officer’s reports:

1)Executive Officer for all matters pertaining to the ship as a whole;

2)Navigator for the safe navigation and piloting of the ship;

3)Operations Officer for combat and operational information;

4)Engineering Officer for the operation of the main propulsion and electrical plants;

5)Damage Control Officer for the ship’s stability, watertight integrity and the control of damage;

6)Deck Officer for the maintenance of the ship’s hull and equipment associated with deck seamanship;

7)Gunnery Officer for the employment of the weapons system installed;

8)Mess Officer for the operation of the Wardroom and General Mess; and

9)Supply Officer for procuring, controlling stowing and issuing of all supplies and materials.

Commanding Officer (Category I Warship)

BRP Subanon (AT291)

Littoral Combat Force, Philippine Fleet

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

18 Nov 2005to14 Jul 2006

Job Responsibilities:

Commanding Officer is charged with the absolute responsibility for the safety, well-being, and efficiency of his command, except when and to the extent he may be relieved there from by competent authority.

Commanding Officer authority is commensurate with his responsibility, subject to the limitations prescribed by law and AFP Regulations.

Commanding Officer has directly controlled to the following ship’s officer’s reports:

1)Executive Officer for all matters pertaining to the ship as a whole;

2)Navigator for the safe navigation and piloting of the ship;

3)Operations Officer for combat and operational information;

4)Engineering Officer for the operation of the main propulsion and electrical plants;

5)Damage Control Officer for the ship’s stability, watertight integrity and the control of damage;

6)Deck Officer for the maintenance of the ship’s hull and equipment associated with deck seamanship;

7)Gunnery Officer for the employment of the weapons system installed;

8)Mess Officer for the operation of the Wardroom and General Mess; and

9)Supply Officer for procuring, controlling stowing and issuing of all supplies and materials.

School Commandant

246th Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Unit (Adamson University)

Marcelino Street, Malate

Manila, Philippines

10 Mar 2010 to13 Jun 2013

Job Responsibilities:

Perform such duties as may be assigned to him by the head of the institution which are allied to, and not incompatible with, his duties as NROTC Commandant.

Apprise the proper institutional authorities on pertinent provisions of laws and AFP regulations affecting the NROTC units in the institution concerned, and/or that place under his jurisdiction.

Set as a member of the institutional committee affecting the NROTC unit, or in any board deliberating on candidate for graduation.

Be responsible to the NROTC Superintendent for the promulgation of rules and regulations relating to the organization, operation and training of the member of NROTC units under his jurisdiction.

Recommend to the NROTC Superintendent the appointment, promotion, reduction or separation of military personnel detailed with the NROTC Unit.

SKILLS:

Industrial Electrician

Avionics Technician

Aircraft Mechanic Technician

Maritime Administrator and Supervisor

Maritime Management

Maritime Operations

Proficient Microsoft Office Operator (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)

MILITARY TRAINING:

Reserve Force Training Readiness Assessment Seminar (25 – 26 Jun 2015)

Civil Relation Service Armed Forces of the Philippines

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo

Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Senior Staff Exchange Program Seminar (08 – 15 Jun 2015)

Guam National Guard, Barrigada Village

Guam, United State of America

Philippine Navy Strategic Sail Plan Seminar (28 – 30 Apr 2015)

Tagaytay International Convention Center

Tagaytay City, Metro Manila, Philippines

AFP Legislative Affairs Seminar (20 – 22 Jan 2015)

Armed Forces of the Philippines Commissioned Officers’ Club

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo

Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Annual General Inspection Year-End Seminar (12 – 15 Dec 2014)

Brigade Training Center, Naval Construction and Engineering Brigade

Naval Station Jose Francisco, Fort Bonifacio

Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Strategy Development Seminar (12 – 13 Dec 2012)

Naval Base Cavite Social Hall

Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point

Cavite City, Philippines

AFP-Guam National Guard Executive Planning Seminar (14 – 16 Feb 2011)

Mandarin Oriental Hotel,

Makati City, Metro Manila

Philippines

Zero-Based Budgeting Seminar (24 – 26 Aug 2010)

Naval Resource Management Office

Headquarters Philippine Navy, Roxas Blvd.

Manila, Philippines

Philippine Navy Mobilization Plan Seminar (19 – 21 Apr 2010)

AFP Commissioned Officers’ Club, General Headquarters

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo

Quezon City, Philippines

Australian Defense Cooperation Planning Seminar (12 – 15 Apr 2010)

AFP Commissioned Officers’ Club, General Headquarters

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo

Quezon City, Philippines

Philippine Navy Annual Plan and Budget Seminar (30 Sep – 02 Oct 2009)

Naval Resource Management Office

Headquarters Philippine Navy

Roxas Blvd., Manila, Philippines

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