Category Archives: Corps Values

Carmaggedon at our Precious Destination


The words “bumper to bumper traffic” and “road congestion” have developed an affinity to places in the Philippines from the infamous EDSA, to Escario Street and Mango Avenue in Cebu City and Pozzorubio in Pangasinan. It has been extended now … Continue reading

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The Cadet Corps Online


This week is Homecoming Week at Loakan. Sir Dan Jimenez 77 sounded off an appeal to members of the Corps to change their profile photo to one of themselves as cadets. The response was quick and viral. And very heartwarming. … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Regis Hall.


Several weeks ago, we were informed of the pending motion to demolish one of the cadet barracks buildings in Fort del Pilar, and though the news was jolting, I thought nothing much of it until there were photos posted on … Continue reading

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Memories: The Boodle Bar


There are little nooks established throughout Fort Del Pilar, which most members of the Corps will cherish fondly in their memories. But one particular cranny stands out. It’s that unofficial supply point located mostly in the laundry or trunk rooms … Continue reading

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The Progressive Military Career (and how it usually ends these days)


(With all due respect to the true sportsman and sportswriter among us, sir Charly Holganza 78 – this is not an attempt to hijack his sportsmanlike theme in this online magazine.  This humble representation writes only to react at the … Continue reading

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Desiderata: in Other Tongues


Desiderata in Other Tongues a joint translation post by Dan, Mel and Jim 77 and Ponswa 83 Marubdob na Kahilingan (Desiderata, Isang malayang salin) Humayo ka ng mapayapa sa gitna ng gulo at ingay at huwag kalimutan ang biyaya ng … Continue reading

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The Social life of the Corps


In the life of a young adult, socials are an activity to look forward to, and cadets are no different in that respect. And this is why a “hop” is a major highlight in a cadet’s three year tenure (Plebes … Continue reading

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