For singer-turned-army reservist Ronnie Liang, becoming a member of the Philippine Military is among the finest selections he’s made to date.
“After three years of becoming a member of the Philippine Military and experiencing the life, coaching, and self-discipline of troopers, I used to be extra cultivated and imbued with a way of social goal. I grew to become extra conscious of our society’s points as a result of one thing there’ll make you extra patriotic and compassionate to others,” he stated by way of his Instagram web page final Wednesday, Aug. 10, the place he additionally confirmed a photograph of himself sporting a navy uniform.
His journey and his expertise whereas in a navy camp was not a stroll within the park.
“It was not straightforward as a result of it’s extra of serving others relatively than your self and your self-interest, and it requires vital self-introspection,” he stated. “Being a Reservist is among the finest selections I’ve made as a result of I found my true ardour, which is to serve our nation.”
Whether or not with or with out the awards given to him — just like the Meritorious Achievement Medal, Navy Benefit Medal (twice), Navy Commendation Medal, Catastrophe Achievement Aid and Rehabilitation Operation Ribbon, and the Presidential Unit Quotation Badge — the singer stated he nonetheless considers becoming a member of the Military Reservist a “worthwhile enterprise.”
A efficiency in Marawi has ignited Liang’s craving to assist his countrymen by being a military reservist. He went by way of the usual coaching for 45 days and CMO coaching for 3 months.
Liang has since produced a 12-track album, “Para sa Kapayapaan” composed by troopers which is now obtainable on Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, Apple Music, Youtube Music and different on-line music portals. JB
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