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Cadetship Test | Overview Material Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Admissions/Entrance Examination Manual of the Philippine National Police (PNPA). Philippine National Police (PNA), National Police of the Philippines in Medan Province: PNPA in Medan, PNP in the Medan Autonomous Region, and Filipino Police Special Forces in Mindanao. Canadian and US military instructors have been training the Filipino National Police since 2008 in Vietnam, and a number of Filipino police commandos have been trained at the US Special Forces Training Center at Fort Bragg. On March 11, 1987, a tire burst near the village of Huinka, Medan Province, and an SUV carrying 15 Filipinos overturned. The wounded were taken to the nearest medical unit, but, unfortunately, it was not possible to save everyone. Then the driver of the overturned car took out a weapon and opened fire on the doctors, and when the helicopter was shot from the air, continued to fire at the approaching soldiers for some time. The incident killed 15 PNA (then military) and three Filipinos and four local residents. Seven defenders of the medical battalion had to return fire, and one Filipino was killed. The Americans tried to blame the soldiers themselves for what happened, who allegedly did not control their actions. Subsequently, to investigate the incident, a PNRA Special Investigation Committee was established (which, of course, included Assistant Commander of the US Army Logistics Tom Owens, at that time he was an intern in Australia), as well as State Office No. 8011 (which included two special units reinforced by Falcon) and Special Unit 8682 (which had six units). In December 1987, the Special Tribunal, presided over by Colonel S.G.S. decided that despite the fact that all military personnel had committed a criminal offense, the killing of civilians on the battlefield was a non-statutory phenomenon. Penal proceedings for 2 years and an additional incentive in the form of obtaining a new car were appointed as punishment. It is noteworthy that Colonel S.G.S. himself, sending his resume to the personnel department, indicated that he “de-assumed responsibility for providing additional punishments for abuse of power” in the PNAP in Medan, which resulted in the death of civilians. In August 1997 Commander of the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Carlos Gris



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