PRO-9 shooters top national shooting tilt PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 09:04

Once again members of the Police Regional Office 9 Shooting Team have brought honor and recognition to the PRO-9 after they topped the recently concluded shooting competition held at the PNP National Headquarter Shooting range in Camp Crame, Quezon City.

PRO-9 competed with 17 other regions in the entire couintry and emerged champion.

The three-day shooting competition sponsored by the Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operation Task Group (AIDSOTF), PNP, National Headquarters, kicked off on May 15, 2015.

The PRO-9 Shooting Team was composed of Sr. Supt. Randolf Revita Delfin, Deputy Regional Director for Operations, the Team Captain, Supt. Allan Nazarro, Acting Chief, RLD, Police Sr. Insp. Helen Galvez, PO3 Fhunzar Jubail and PO3 Randy Balingit, both assigned with Zamboanga City Police Office.

Although the participants from this region were not familiar with the terrain of the shooting range, but in the three-day of squeezing the triggers during the competitions, they emerged as the champion.

On the individual category, PO3 Fhunzar Jubail topped the more than 100 competitors as he emerged as champion ahead of his two co-PRO 9 shooters, PO3 Randy Balingit and Supt. Alan Nazarro, who garnered second and third places, respectively.

Members of the Command Group, Police Commissioned Officers, Police Non-Commissioned Officers and Non-Uniformed Personnel of the Police Regional Office 9 joined Police Chief Supt. Edgar Orduna Basbas, Acting Chief Regional Director, in congratulating the members of the PRO 9 shooting team.

Chief Supy. Basbas gladly announced to the members of the Police Regional Office 9 Headquarters during the Monday morning flag raising ceremony, May 18, 2015 the exceptional feat of the PRO-9 shooters who had emerged as the champion of the AIDSOTF Shooting Competition on May 15-17, 2015.

In his message,  Basbas encouraged all the attendees to continuously display excellence in the performance of their duties and assigned tasks.

For his concerned on the welfare of his men, Basbas advised all PNP personnel in the region to always take precautionary measures on all of their undertakings, especially in rendering duties.

Apart from protecting the people and preserving the peace and security of the community, ensuring the safety of the members of the family is vital, he said. – Dan Toribio Jr.