IFSU ROTC RANKS 1ST RAATI CAR

Ifugao State University Reserve Officer Training Corps (IFSU ROTC) with the 14 Regional Community Defense Group of the Army Reserved Command Officers, Director of the National Service Training Program, Dr. Wedy Lannaon (3rd from left), Dean of College of Education, Dr. Alice Y. Brawner (standing 5th from left) and Campus Executive Director- Main, Dr. Diosdado Aquino (standing 12th from right) in a photo opportunity after the Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection on April 21, 2017 at the IFSU Main ground. Photo by: DPIMT

Ifugao State University Reserve Officer Training Corps (IFSU ROTC) ranked First (1st) in the Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection (RAATI) in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) for School Year 2017-2018.

IFSU attained 95.865 overall percentage ranking them 1st among the State Universities and Colleges in CAR.

“IFSU is no longer within the jurisdiction of the Army Reserve Command (ARESCOM) Region II, but already under the 14 Regional Community Defense Group of the Army Reserved Command,” shared Dr. Serafin L. Ngohayon, IFSU President in the letter read by Dr. Diosdado M. Aquino, Campus Executive Director, IFSU Main.

IFSU ROTC underwent RAATI inspection on April 21, 2017 at the IFSU Main ground.

Based on the 14th CAR Regional Community Defense Group Message Form, “the purpose of the said inspection was to measure degree of knowledge, skills and character acquired through the fundamentals of the training of the ROTC cadets as prescribed in the Program of Instructions in the ROTC. Likewise, to measure the degree of administrative efficiency, training management proficiency, quality of training and education attained by the Corp of Cadets and determined the extent of support provided by the school and whether ROTC trust funds are judiciously utilized.”

“The inspection includes Administrative Inspection, Ceremonial Parade, Rank Inspection, Operation Order writing, Map Reading, Assembly and Disassembly of M16 Rifle and Cal. 45 pistol, Company Drill, Method of Instructions, Small Unit Tactics and Disaster Response and Rescue Operations.

This also intended to test the operational readiness of the ROTC units and allow the students to experience the real meaning of basic soldiery.” – from the Philippine Army Public Affairs #

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