BAGUIO CITY, April 26 (PIA) -- The Philippine Military Academy is set to accept at least 400 young Filipinos as the new breed of incoming cadets to compose PMA Class of 2022.
The PMA Cadet Procurement Board selected 400 youth composed of 335 males and 65 females to become incoming plebes after an intensive deliberation and selection.
The 400 young cadets were selected from the 1,475 examinees who passed the rigorous PMA Entrance Examination given in 40 testing centers nationwide last August 20, 2017.
The incoming cadets have undergone a Complete Physical Examination (CPE) conducted at the Armed Forces of the Philippines Health Service Command at V Luna Road, Quezon City. They went through medical, psychological and physical examination to determine their fitness to undergo the four–year military training in the Academy.
Throughout their stay in the premiere military academy, these young individuals will enjoy free board and lodging, earn monthly salary and allowances, enjoy state of the art training facilities and equipment, be trained and taught by topnotch faculty and experience diverse cultural backgrounds.
Upon completion of their training, they will receive a baccalaureate degree in Leadership and Management and a progressive military career as regular officers of the Army, Air Force and Navy awaits them.
The journey of their cadetship will commence in a Reception Rites at the Borromeo Field on June 1, 2018.
The list of passers could be viewed at the PMA website at www.pma.ph. Redjie Melvic Cawis (EDT/RMC- PIA CAR)