MBTF MEETS YOUNG MARINES – Eighty-five candidate soldiers of the Philippine Marine Corps present themselves to Mayor Belen T. Fernandez after their recruitment as member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. They had undergone six-month rigorous training at the Dagupan City Naval Station in Bonuan Gueset. The recruitment of the soldiers was facilitated by the Public Employment and Services Office of the city. (CIOPhoto by Joy Siapno)

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