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Outraged Former Air Force Pilot Speaks Up on the TRUTH on what Troops had to Deal with under PNoy Admin 😠

A former Philippine Air Force helicopter pilot has spoken up what it was like during PNoy's term.

Netizen, RJ Alexander Guevarra Suñga, shared a post on Facebook on behalf of his comrades, particularly in the 710th Special Operations Wing, PAF, AFP.

RJ Suñga expressed on his Facebook...
 "Let us spread the truth... So, the whole world will know, what kind of human being is PNoy... Read it from our friend, Major General Romeo V. Poquiz."

"For 2 years, I kept my outrage to myself on the Mamasapano incident. With nobody punished on its 2nd year anniversary today, however, I cannot anymore contain my outrage I have to publicly speak up.

As a former Air Force helicopter pilot deployed in the field, my crew and I were always on the alert. When calls for air support from engaged Army or Marine ground forces were received, we were up in the air in no time at all and delivered the required assistance - be it aerial fire support or close air support, medical or casualty evacuation, food or ammo resupply, transport of reinforcement troops, etc. We did these to the ground troops despite them coming from different branches of service. We did these even if we sometimes have to violate Air Force regulations such as flying at night, during inclement weather, flying without a buddy aircraft, extremely dangerous combat situations, etc. We did these even when there were no prior coordination to us by the ground troops on their operation, and we had to improvise in order to locate them to support them. We did these even when there were no orders yet from air force commanders for us to fly and conduct the missions. We did these again and again even if our helicopters were riddled with bullet holes after every mission.

These are the reasons why I cannot anymore contain my outrage on the Mamasapano incident where 44 precious lives of soldiers /policemen comrades were lost.

There were PAF helicopters and close air support aircraft in Zamboanga and Davao on that day yet not a single aircraft flew to support the SAF. Not even for persuasion flights. Why? The Air Force commanders said there was no order for them to dispatch the aircrafts. Bullshit! I would have hanged myself if I was the Air Force commander. A US helicopter picked up the dead and wounded instead of a Philippine Air Force helicopter. Son of a gun!

The request for support by the SAF was not an ordinary request for assistance. It was an S.O.S. It was for a rescue. The troops were sitting ducks and were being slaughtered, some with their heads decapitated - the massacres were even being witnessed live via US drone monitor by a president at the 3rd Air Division headquarters in Zamboanga City.

Why was there no artillery support given despite the pleas of the police commanders? Because there was no prior coordination on the operation and you were not given the exact grid coordinates. Putangina! For 12 hours? You should have at least fired blank artillery rounds, or fired white phosphorus on the long and wide Mamasapano River, so that the dying troops may have at least thought that they were supported before their last breath.

You did not rescue the SAF troops, despite their dying pleas, because you did not want to displease a president, who probably was on his lucid intervals, and who salivated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Putangina pa rin!

And you call yourselves commanders and commander-in-chief?

And you sleep soundly at night?

Maraming putangina!"

How could you do that to your troops?! ðŸ˜ 

 How could you do that your men who serve and protect our country, PNoy?! 😡

You call yourself a leader but you can not even save the lives of those that need saving?! ðŸ¤¬

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Source: Facebook/Maj. Gen. Romeo V. Poquiz via RJ Alexander Guevarra Suñga


  1. MGen R.V. Poquiz is a member of PMA Class 81 A multi-awarded military officer, aviator, ground combat commander, leader and manager who served with distinction in the armed forces for 37 and a half years. He retired in 2014 as a Major General and as Commander of the 2nd Air Division (Air Force in the Visayas). Maamasapano encounter happened in January 25, 2015.

  2. Mabuhay ka Major General Romeo V. Poquiz.. Even in your retirement you have given your all out support to Military in uniform who serve and protect our country.

  3. What can you expect from an autistic? Pnoy shouldn't have been president.

  4. e bakit ngayon ka lang ngumangawa...sabi mo ginagawa mo tungkulin mo kahit na sumusuway ka sa mga patakaran ng air force,kahit sa kadiliman ng gabi at gaano man kasama ang panahon ay sinusuong mo panganib para maka-pagligtas ng buhay....e bakit ng panahon na alam mo na kailangan ng suporta ng SAF troop,'di ka kumilos....naduwag ka rin ba? Paepal ka ngayon dahil mag eeleksyon ....panira sa mga kandidato ng oposisyon ....Halata ka..HUNGHANG !

    1. Tanga ka ,wala nga order galing sa taas ,ikaw ang paepal

    2. Taenang dilawang tae ka,bobo!

    3. Nabasa nu po ba itong isa sa mga comments ng write up nya?

      "He retired in 2014 as a Major General and as Commander of the 2nd Air Division (Air Force in the Visayas). Maamasapano encounter happened in January 25, 2015."

    4. Si Gen.R.Poquiz,nag retired 2014 pa. Ang bakbakan sa Mamasapano nangyari sa 2015.Why would you blame Gen.Poquiz for not responding to the rescue? It's your yellow stupid President you should blame.,who dreamed to be the winner of Nobel Peace Price.

    5. tanga retired na nga siya noong panahon na yon!

  5. All that happened can never be retrieved, we just have to learn from our mistakes and stop blaming each other for our own good, let us all unite for our own country and people!

  6. Ikaw na nagtatago sa pangalang UNKNOWN retired na sya noong 2014 basa-basa ka nga mabuti Yellowtards


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