Hope, by Way of an Introduction


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It was another lifetime. The cadets we knew as ourselves before have come and gone. From dashing young graduates who had little care or none at all, we have raised our families, pursued our careers and now face retirement and the possibility of fading like the old soldiers who have gone before us.
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About danmeljim

Dan Jimenez was the Editor in Chief of The Corps Magazine from 1976 to 1977. After graduation, he never abandoned his ideas and continued writing. On October 1983, as a young Navy Lieutenant, he wrote an open letter addressed to Salvador Laurel who was then a leader of the opposition against President Marcos. It was published by almost all the dailies and earned for him the commendation of PMAAA, Inc. He immigrated to the US in 1986 but continued to write about the country of his birth. He has defended the Philippine Military Academy against claims of it being a Philippine Monetary Academy and a corrupt institution. Very recently, he posted commendation of Gen Bato de la Rosa and castigation of Senator Sonny Trillanes, which went viral. He continues to believe that "Ideas must reign supreme because personalities and individuals are as fleeting as the seasons." Always a plebe in his thinking, he will live by the adage: "The greatest failure is that never attempted."
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4 Responses to Hope, by Way of an Introduction

  1. Edgar quinsay 81 says:

    As they say it here in ‘merica, “You da man, Sir Dan, “…….and as they say it in Loakan, “why just now _______?” (Fill in -Ducrot, dumbguard, plebos, bonk, or ….Sir, if you have the guts)

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  2. cbholganza says:

    just like before. your words never fail to inspire me, sir dan! lead the way, suh!!!

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