43rd SAC-SAF, SKDH help SKPMFC troops to stay current in operational tasks, quick response and valuable lifesaving skills

PRESS RELEASE I TACURONG CITY, Sultan Kudarat –– The PNP’s 43rd Special Action Company (SAC) –– Special Action Force (SAF) and the Sultan Kudarat Doctors’ Hospital (SKDH) are helping the personnel of the Sultan Kudarat Provincial Mobile Force Company (SKPMFC) stay current in operational tasks, quick response and valuable lifesaving skills.

SKPMFC Force Commander Police Lieutenant Colonel Roy Romualdo said a “3-Days Basic Life Support (BLS) and Internal Security Operations (ISO) Refresher Course” was conducted last October 14, 2020.

“Initiating such training shows the SKPMFC’s commitment to supporting a prepared mobile force,” Colonel Romualdo said.

A total of 40 SKPMFC personnel joined the three-day refresher course. “They were the second batch of the refresher training course. Last July, this year, 40 of my personnel also participated in it,” Colonel Romualdo said.

During the training, Colonel Romulado said, the participants were taught about land navigation, proper map reading, radio familiarization and basic life support skills.

Colonel Romualdo thanked 43rd SAC-SAF Force Commander Captain Amado Espina and Mrs. Ritzelle Ecija-Eugenio of the Sultan Kudarat Doctors Hospital (SKDH) for conducting the said training.

“As a combat support troops, it is important that we always ensure readiness,” Colonel Romualdo said.

The holding of the refresher training course on valuable topics is in connection with the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2020 in making highly capable, effective and efficient members of the police organization. (SKPMFC PNCO-PCAD Patrolwoman Mary Eileen Bautista)


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