Army rehabilitation unit arrives in Marawi

PROVINCIAL CAPITOL, Marawi City – Troops of the Army’s Civil-Military Operations Regiment (P) (CMOR) (P) to compose the Joint Task Group “Tabang” under the Joint Task Force Marawi arrived in the city Monday, July 10.

The unit’s primary role is to assist the local government in rebuilding peace in the city and uplift

the people’s welfare after the Maute terrorist group’s vicious occupation of the city.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) are continuously gaining grounds as of press time to totally clear the city from the terrorists.

“While our troops are courageously fighting in the frontline to totally liberate the city against the self-proclaimed ISIS Maute, we’ve started visiting the different evacuation centers to see for ourselves our people’s condition and assess their needs”, says Colonel Thomas Sedano Jr, commander of the Joint Task Group “Tabang”.

We will also coordinate with the different local government agencies, non-government organizations, civil society organizations and people’s organizations in the area to synchronize our efforts as we can accomplish more through a holistic approach,” adds Col Sedano.

The CMOR (P) together with other units of the AFP will be in the city until Marawi regains its glory and the people has rebuild their lives.


Contact:          Major Jeffrex G Molina

OIC, Public Affairs Task Unit

CMO Task Group “Tabang”

Mobile Nr.: 0917-809-6814


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