The Department of Military Science and Tactics is offering three NSTP classes. Enlist any of the following classes now! NSTP ROTC 1 - INF Specializing in Marksmanship and Small Unit Tactics, the Infantry Unit trains to be an effective land-based unit. NSTP ROTC 1 - RAYA Specializing in Drills and Ceremonies, the Rayadillo Unit serves as the honor guard of the University. NSTP ROTC 1 - RESCUE Specializing in First Aid and Disaster Risk Reduction Management, the Rescue Unit trains to respond in cases of calamity and disaster. For inquiries, do not hesitate to contact C1Lt Angelica Divine B Alan 2Cl at (0945) 356 2874 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ms. Rose Orante at 981-8500 loc 4201. You may also visit our website uprotc.org for more info. #supportROTC #UPROTC ... See more
The Department of Military Science and Tactics is offering three NSTP courses. Enlist any of the following courses now! NSTP ROTC 1 - INF Specializing in Marksmanship, Weapons Training and Small unit Tactics NSTP ROTC 1 - RAYA Specializing in Drill and Ceremonies NSTP ROTC 1 - RESCUE Specializing in First Aid, Disaster Preparedness and Risk Reduction For inquiries, do not hesitate to contact C1Lt Angelica Divine B Alan 2Cl at (0945) 356 2874 or Ms. Rose Orante at 981-8500 loc 4201. You may also visit our website uprotc.org for more info. #supportROTC ... See more
Independence Day is a significant occasion well celebrated by Filipinos every year and it is one of the most noteworthy events in the Philippine history. It denotes the country's freedom from the centuries rule of the Spaniards on 12 June 1898. The yearly 12th of June recognition of Philippines' Independence Day became effective after the former President Diosdado Macapagal signed the Republic Act No. 4166 on 4 August 1964. This Act authorized the holiday which was based from the Declaration of Independence on 12 June 1898, achieved by General Emilio Aguinaldo and the Filipino revolutionary forces against the Spanish colonization. The Philippine flag and its national anthem were raised and played respectively for the very first time in 1898. However, freedom was temporary in light of the fact that Spain and the United States did not recognize the declaration. The 1898 Treaty of Paris halted the war between Spain and the United States. Spain surrendered the entire islands of the Philippines to the United States. The Philippines began the resistance against the United States in 1899 and only achieved national sovereignty decades after, on 4 July 1946, in accordance with the Treaty of Manila. With that, Independence Day was officially observed on the 4th of July until the Republic Act No. 4166, which embarked to move the holiday to the 12th of June, and this was legally affirmed on 4 August 1964. The Filipinos believe that the honor of celebrating the event belongs to the deeds and struggle of those revolutionary heroes who spent their lives seeking to end the tyranny and suffering that the Philippines experienced from the long reign of foreign forces in the country. The UP Diliman Reserve Officers' Training Corps is one with the commemoration of the Philippine Independence Day. Mabuhay, Pilipinas! ... See more
To ensure the safety of the cadets, the Cadets' Ball may have to be canceled in the event of continued and heavy rainfall from 1600H onwards. Please stand by for updates.
Find a dress and wear it well; in the ball, you'll be the Belle. Find a suit that's right for you; make heads turn as you dance, too. Come and join us for a night of fun and games. With music and dancing, we got it all for you. End the stressful semester right with a blast! The UP Corps of Cadets invites you to its annual event, the Cadets' Ball, happening on the 25th of May 2017 at the Classroom 1 inside the DMST Complex from 1800H-2400H. Open to all cadets and cadet alumni. See you there! ... See more