Main Research Group composed of Cadets Sindac, Kintanar, Gaerlan, and Madarang were the proponents of the research work and the book

1983, January 31 Project proposed by Cadet 2Cl Reuben Theodore S Sindac 1984, et. al., to write a book entitled “The Academy Scribe” was approved by the Superintendent, Brigadier General Jose Ma Carlos DL Zumel 1959.

The approval was the basis for the creation of the cadet organization, The Academy Scribe.

Credit: Scribe 1988

1988, January 23. Ms. Alice Reyes, Head, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation visited the Academy with her staff.

Credit: Scribe 1988

Sec Romulo shakes the hand of the Bn Honor Guard commander

1973, January 20. Secretary of Foreign Affairs Carlos P Romulo visited PMA.

Credits: Scribe 1988

1975, January 19. Lord Goronway-Roberts, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State of the United Kingdom visited PMA.

Credit: Scribe 1988

Pose with the Corps Commander and Staff

1974, January 19. Lieutenant General James Lee, Commander of the United States Army, Western Command, USMA 57 visited the Academy. It was part of his tour of the countries falling under the sphere of his command which stretches from Alaska to the Aleutian island, the whole of the Pacific, and up to the Eastern countries in the Indian ocean.

Credit: Scribe 1988

1974, January 19. Spanish Ambassador Nicolas Martin Alonzo visited PMA.

MGen Ver inspects the honor guard.

1978, January 18. Visit of Major General Fabian C Ver, Commanding General of the Presidential Security Command.

Credit: Scribe 1984

1977, January 18. Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore and President Ferdinand E Marcos visited the Academy.

1952, January 17

Major Jose M Crisol (1942), Chief of the Civil Affairs Office (CAO), gave a lecture on the subject of “Psychological Warfare”.

Academy Scribe

Academy Scribe is the cadet organization that is responsible for the cadet publication The Academy Scribe.

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