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Past articles by Jorge:

DND defends purchase of new aircraft

The Philippine Air Force has placed an order for a Gulfstream G280, which will be used to carry senior leaders and commanders. → Read More

Military eyes institution-wide review of PMA after hazing death

Armed Forces chief of staff Gen. Noel Clement said the third-party review will implement an institution-wide review 'para medyo long-term 'yung magiging solusyon natin dun sa problema ng hazing.' → Read More

Stand for PH

A lone protester waves a Philippine flag outside the Department of Foreign Affairs on Friday morning. → Read More

6-way fight looms in Speaker race: solon

Six lawmakers may contend for the leadership of the House of Representatives, the spokesperson of a group of party-list representatives said Monday. → Read More

Abby Binay woos Makati voters with dad Jejomar, daughter Martina

MAKATI - Reelectionist mayor Abigail 'Abby' Binay on Friday made her campaign a family affair, accompanied by her father, former vice president Jejomar Binay, and her daughter Martina. → Read More

2016 election glitches likely to reoccur: watchdogs

Glitches that marred the 2016 presidential elections may reoccur in the May 13 midterm polls, watchdogs warned Wednesday. → Read More

Philippines to keep military presence in Ayungin shoal, says Lorenzana

The Philippines will continue to deploy troops to a Manila-claimed reef in the West Philippine Sea amid China's threatening moves in the area. → Read More

Military won't suspend operations for Reds' golden year

'We do not want to give them the opportunity to gather and mass up to joyfully celebrate their 50th anniversary.” → Read More

Duterte names new Air Force chief

President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed Lt. Gen. Rozzano Briguez as the new commanding general of the Philippine Air Force. → Read More

Lorenzana to endorse Mindanao martial law extension to Duterte

Defense Chief Delfin Lorenzana will endorse the extension of martial law in Mindanao to President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

AFP chief says Ocampo, Castro are 'active' Reds

Former lawmaker Satur Ocampo and ACT Teachers Rep. Lustina Francisca Castro are 'active' members of the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing, the chief of staff of the Philippine military said Monday. → Read More

9 confirmed dead due to Rosita: NDRRMC

MANILA - Tropical storm Rosita left nine people dead after lashing northern Luzon as a typhoon, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said Wednesday. → Read More

Military pins Negros massacre to Red October plot

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Wednesday pinned the bloody massacre of sugarcane workers in Sagay, Negros Occidental to the alleged ‘Red October’ plot of communist rebels. → Read More

No more 'Red October' ouster plot, says defense chief

Lorenzana said the plot was abandoned after the military busted it. → Read More

Military won't arrest Trillanes without warrant

MANILA - The military will not arrest Senator Antonio Trillanes IV without a warrant, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Thursday. → Read More

PH troop deployment to Jordan unlikely, says defense chief

The Philippines is unlikely to send troops to Jordan to help in the fight against ISIS in the near future, the country's defense chief said Monday. → Read More

LOOK: Military turns over millions in cash reward to tipsters

The military on Thursday awarded cash rewards to informants who provided information that led to the killing and arrest of communist rebels and members of the Abu Sayyaf Group. → Read More

BBL an antidote for terrorism: AFP chief

The military on Thursday welcomed the passage of Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) in the Congress and said it is an 'antidote' for terrorism. → Read More

Government eyes death declaration for those missing since 2013 Yolanda devastation

Government is now looking for ways to secure a formal and legal declaration of death for people still missing nearly five years since Super Typhoon Yolanda devastated several areas of the Visayas. → Read More

PH-US war games begin amid reports of Chinese missiles

SAN ANTONIO, ZAMBALES - Filipino and American Marines began on Wednesday a two-week training at the shores fronting the West Philippine Sea as part of the 34th annual Balikatan Exercise. → Read More