- Written by Tribune
- Sunday, 29 July 2012
The move came following an encounter on Thursday night that killed at least 10 soldiers and wounded 17 other members of the Army.
Report reaching the AFP headquarters in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City said soldiers from the Philippine Army’s 64th Infantry Battalion arrived in Zamboanga City yesterday at around 3 p.m.
They were brought to Camp Arturo Enrile in Barangay Malagutay.
The C-130 plane also carried coffins for the soldiers killed in the clash.
A send-off ceremony for the fallen soldiers will be held inside the Air Base.
However, the Western Mindanao Command has been strict in allowing media to cover the ceremony..... MORE
Source: The Daily Tribune