The Philippine Army together with the Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) has set livelihood and job opportunities for retiring soldiers.
During their meeting on February 6, BAVI and the Philippine Navy’s Army Personnel Management Center (APMC) discussed job vacancies for retiring soldiers in their companies which include safety officers and farm managers.
“They are willing to hire the qualified retirees and retired soldiers provided they pass the hiring process,” according to the Philippine Army in a statement.
“BAVI also mentioned about poultry contract growing as small scale business opportunity for the soldiers who are about to bow out from the service,” the statement further reads.
APMC Director Col. Eliglen F. Villaflor said even retired soldiers can be great assets to any organization.
“Aside from the training, military schooling and other skills our army personnel acquired while in the service, our army soldiers are also very disciplined, loyal, and dedicated to the duty or task given to them,” he said.—AAC
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