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Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga – Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) welcomed the Master in National Security Administration (MNSA) Regular Class 57 (MNSA RC 57) of the National Defense College of the Philippines (NDCP) to its training facility here on 06 September 2022.

The MNSA RC 57 is composed of the following officers from the Philippine Army (PA), Philippine Air Force (PAF), Philippine Navy (PN), Technical and Administrative Service (TAS), foreign military students, and executives from various civilian government agencies and the private sector: Col. Jeffrey Villarosa, Capt. Eileen Cartin-Domine, Capt. Elpidio Natividad Jr., Ltc. Jooney Jay Busiños, Ltc. Isagani Nato, Col. Adebisi Onasanya (Nigerian Army), Col. KJ Singh (Indian Army), Dr. Howard Chua, Glenn Chua, Joanetto Victor Romano, Kenneth Siruelo, Julius Gorospe, and Melissa Feliciano.

The main objective of the degree program is to provide aspiring defense and security leaders with a thorough knowledge on national security issues and how they pertain to national development. The program also focuses on providing students with the skills necessary to make informed decisions on matters related to national security policy formulation and administration.

AAG is implementing a long-term, forward-looking value creation and sharing strategy which includes the “Edu-Techno-Tourism Program” and various thought leadership initiatives. Individuals, groups and the general public are allowed to visit, experience AAG’s trademark hospitality, try out a wide array of state-of-the-art flight simulators, and learn about various best practices and innovations.

Capt. Vicente Casibang II (AAG Philippines Accountable Manager) kicked off the event with a welcome speech that outlined AAG’s vision to become an industry leader. Col. Christian Barela PAF (Ret.) (Project Manager, AAG Defense Division) then discussed the company’s various thrusts and projects to help the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) develop a sustainable aviation training and maintenance capability build-up.

“Very memorable stay and interesting hands-on with the simulators,” shares Col. Adebisi Onasanya of the Nigerian Army.

“Thank you for the excellent hospitality! All the best!” says Col. KJ Singh of the Indian Army.

Also present to host the guests were Col. Christian Aquino COP (Ret) (AAGP Head of Safety) and Col. Neil Bugarin PAF (Ret) (AAG Head of OCC). (AAG Corporate Affairs)