Friday, June 14, 2019

WESTMINCOM: JTF ZamPeLan commander promoted to 2-star rank (Photos/Bio Data)

Posted to the Western Mindanao Command (WESTMINCOM) Website (Jun 14, 2019): JTF ZamPeLan commander promoted to 2-star rank

The Joint Task Force ZamPeLan Commander was promoted to the next higher star rank by President Rodrigo Duterte in Lanao del Sur on June 12, 2019.

The President donned the rank to Major General Roberto Ancan after the commemoration of the 121st declaration of Philippine independence at the headquarters of the 6th Infantry Battalion in Malabang town on Wednesday.

“I am very much privileged and honored because no less than our Commander-in-Chief donned the 2nd star rank that I have earned in my military career,” said Ancan.

“Rest assured that I will continue to serve the constituents in our area of responsibility and lead our troops in the accomplishment of our mission,” Ancan added.

About Major General Ancan:

Major General Ancan is the 45th among the lineage of noble officers to lead the Joint Task Force ZamPeLan.

He hails from Victorias, Negros Occidental and is a member of the Philippine Military Academy, “Hinirang” Class of 1987. He is an Airborne Ranger and well-rounded military officer with expertise in training, operations, and managerial acumen. He is a graduate of Master in Management Major in Public Management.

Earlier in his military career, he was a platoon leader of the 11th and 66th Infantry Battalions, company commander of the 3rd and 11th Scout Ranger Company, First Scout Ranger Regiment (FSRR), Special Operations Command (SOCOM). He also rendered service on training as course directors at Scout Ranger Training School in Mindanao and Combat Arms School, Training and Doctrine Command.

Maj. Gen. Ancan also served at the management branch of the Office of Assistant Chief of Staff for Civil Military Operations, G7, and Personnel, G1, of the FSRR, SOCOM. He also became the commanding officer of the 25th, 66th and 72nd Infantry Battalions of the 10th Infantry Division.

His previous assignments speak well of his leadership by example, excellent performance, and remarkable influence, which put him in various sensitive key positions as commander of the AFP Peace Keeping Operations and as chief of staff of the FSRR, SOCOM, PA and 3rd Infantry Division based in Jamindan, Capiz.

Before he was posted as the commander of the 1ID, he led the 1002nd Infantry Brigade based in Malungon, Sarangani.

He is a recipient of a long list of rightfully earned awards and commendations, the highest of which is the Distinguished Service Star that sets the bar high for all Tabak troopers to emulate.

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