Last Updated: 20 AUGUST 2014

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    President Benigno S. Aquino III shares the stage with newly sworn in Philippine National Police officials for a photo souvenir after oath taking ceremonies held at the Rizal Hall of the Malacañan Palace on Wednesday (August 20). (Photo by Ryan Lim / Gil Nartea/ Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III administers the oath of office of newly promoted Philippine National Police officials in ceremonies held at the Rizal Hall of the Malacañan Palace on Wednesday(August 20). (Photo by Ryan Lim / Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III exchanges pleasantries with Governor Corazon Malanyaon of Davao Oriental during the courtesy call at the Music Room of the Malacañan Palace on Wednesday (August 20). (Photo by Ryan Lim / Rey Baniquet / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III greets Davao Oriental Governor Corazon Malanyaon during the courtesy call at the Music Room of the Malacañan Palace on Wednesday (August 20, 2014). (Photo by Gil Nartea / Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III delivers his speech during the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks at the Tuao East Town Center Gymnasium in Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meterAngag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. Also in photo are League of Provinces of the Philippines national president and Oriental Mindoro Governor Alfonso Umali, Jr., Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II, Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson, Presidential Legislative Liaison Office Head Manuel Mamba, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Francis Tolentino and Tuao Municipal Mayor Francisco Mamba, Jr. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III, assisted by Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson, unveils the marker during the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Barangay San Luis, Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. Also in photo are Tuao Municipal Mayor Francisco Mamba, Jr., Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II, Presidential Legislative Liaison Office Head Manuel Mamba and Public Works and Highways Region II Director Melvin Navarro. (Photo by Rodolfo Manabat / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III graces the Inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks at the Tuao East Town Center Gymnasium in Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. Also in photo are League of Provinces of the Philippines national president and Oriental Mindoro Governor Alfonso Umali, Jr., Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II, Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson, Presidential Legislative Liaison Office Head Manuel Mamba and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Francis Tolentino. (Photo by Rodolfo Manabat / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III graces the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Barangay San Luis, Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III distributes PNoy baller bands to the crowd as he graces the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Barangay San Luis, Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III receives a warm welcome from the locals during the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Barangay San Luis, Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III leads the inaugural drive-through at the completed Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Barangay San Luis, Tuao, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). The newly constructed 360-meter Ninoy Aquino Bridge across the Chico River, costs P599.40 million, is connected to two other small bridges, the 40-meter Malummin and the 20-meter Angag bridge. It will permanently connect Cagayan to the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao and also an inter-regional link between Regions I, II and the Cordillera Administrative Region. The bridge is expected to boost the local economy of the three regions for it shortens the travel time and eases the transportation of goods and agricultural products of farmers and traders to any point of Regions I, II and CAR. Also in photo are Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson, Tuao Municipal Mayor Francisco Mamba, Jr., Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) Head Manuel Mamba and Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Ryan Lim / Rodolfo Manabat / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO)
       
    Piat Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Othello Bartolome leads the pray over to President Benigno S. Aquino III during his visit to the Our Lady of Piat Basilica Menore in Piat, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). Our Lady of Piat (formally: Nuestra Señora de Piat) is a 16th century Roman Catholic icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As the patroness of the town, it is one of the most venerated Marian images of Mary in the country and is referred to as the Mother of Cagayan. Also in photo are Piat Municipal Mayor Carmelo Villacete and Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) Head Manuel Mamba. (Photo by Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III converses with Fr. Othello Bartolome, Our Lady of Piat Parish Priest during his visit to the Our Lady of Piat Basilica Menore in Piat, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). Our Lady of Piat (formally: Nuestra Señora de Piat) is a 16th century Roman Catholic icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As the patroness of the town, it is one of the most venerated Marian images of Mary and is referred to as the Mother of Cagayan. Also in photo are Piat Municipal Mayor Carmelo Villacete and Presidential Legislative Liaison Office Head Manuel Mamba. (Photo by Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III greets Our Lady of Piat Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Othello Bartolome during his visit to the the Our Lady of Piat Basilica Menore in Piat, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). Our Lady of Piat (formally: Nuestra Señora de Piat) is a 16th century Roman Catholic icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As the patroness of the town, it is one of the most venerated Marian images of Mary in the country and is referred to as the Mother of Cagayan. (Photo by Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III visits the Our Lady of Piat Basilica Menore in Piat, Cagayan on Monday (August 18). Our Lady of Piat (formally: Nuestra Señora de Piat) is a 16th century Roman Catholic icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As the patroness of the town, it is one of the most venerated Marian images of Mary in the country and is referred to as the Mother of Cagayan. Also in photo are Piat Municipal Mayor Carmelo Villacete and Presidential Legislative Liaison Office Head Manuel Mamba. (Photo by Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III arrives at the Tuguegarao Airport, Cagayan for his visit to the Our Lady of Piat Basilica Menore in Piat and the inauguration of the Ninoy Aquino Bridge and its connecting road networks in Tuao on Monday (August 18). (Photo by Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III, along with Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and AFP Chief of Staff General Gregorio Pio Catapang, Jr., leads the singing of the Philippine National Anthem during the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    The ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops was held at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. The whole project will be delivered within the year and will be shipped in two batches. (Photo by Robert Viñas / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III chats with AFP Chief of Staff General Gregorio Pio Catapang, Jr., during the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. (Photo by Robert Viñas / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III and Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin during the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. (Photo by Robert Viñas/ Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III graces the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. The whole project will be delivered within the year and will be shipped in two batches. (Photo by Robert Viñas / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III, assisted by Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and AFP Chief of Staff General Gregorio Pio Catapang, Jr leads the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. Shown recieving the rifle here is PFC Patrick Paul E. Alcala of Philippine Army. (Photo by Robert Viñas / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III, assisted by Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin, leads the ceremonial distribution of assault rifles to the Philippine Army and Philippine Navy Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Headquarters canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. The whole project will be delivered within the year and will be shipped in two batches. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Robert Viñas / Rey Baniquet / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       
    President Benigno S. Aquino III delivers his speech during the ceremonial distribution of Assault Rifles to the Philippine Army (PA) and Philippine Navy (PN) Marine troops at the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) General Headquarters Canopy at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City on Thursday (August 14). One of the major programs of the AFP Modernization is to upgrade the mission-essential capability requirements of the AFP in terms of firepower for the ground troops. Also in photo are Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and AFP Chief of Staff General Gregorio Pio Catapang, Jr. (Photo by Gil Nartea / Rey Baniquet / Malacañang Photo Bureau)
       

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