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Changuinola District

Changuinola District is a district of Bocas del Toro Province in Panama. The population according to the 2010 census was 98.310 The district covers a total area of 3.995 km². The capital lies at the city of Changuinola. Major industries include t ...

                                               

Los Pozos District

Los Pozos District is a district of Herrera Province in Panama. The population according to the 2000 census was 7.827. The district covers a total area of 383 km². The capital lies at the city of Los Pozos.

                                               

Mariato District

Created in 2001, Mariato District is a district in the southeastern corner of Veraguas Province in Panama. The district seat is the town of Llano del Catival, also known simply as Mariato. Geographically, the district totaling 1.381 km² comprises ...

                                               

Portobelo District

The Portobelo District is one of the districts that make up the Colon Province, Panama. It covers an area of 397 sq.km, and the latest official estimate of population is 10.581.official estimate The district capital is the town of Portobelo, the ...

                                               

Santa Fe District

Santa Fe District is a district of Veraguas Province in Panama. The population according to the 2000 census was 12.890; the latest official estimate is 17.341. The district, which lies in the north of the province and comprises its entire Caribbe ...

                                               

Colon Province

Colon is a province of Panama. The capital is the city of Colon. It covers an area of 4.575.5 sq.km, and the latest estimate of population is 294.060.

                                               

Darien Province

Darien is a province in Panama whose capital city is La Palma. With an area of 11.896.5 km 2, it is located at the eastern end of the country and bordered to the north by the province of Panama and the region of Kuna Yala. To the south, it is bor ...

                                               

Panama Province

Panama is a province of Panama. It is the location of the national capital Panama City, which also serves as its provincial capital. The governor of the province is Rafael Pino Pinto, appointed by President Varela and sworn in on 4 July 2014.

                                               

Veraguas Province

Veraguas is a province of Panama, located in the centre-west of the country. The capital is the city of Santiago de Veraguas. It is the only Panamanian province to border both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It covers an area of 10.587.6 km² and ...

                                               

Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary

The RPNGC was formed from two predecessor bodies that existed prior to the independence of Papua New Guinea. The Royal Papuan Constabulary, initially established by the Australian colonial administration as part of setting up Papua in the late 19 ...

                                               

Paraguay expedition

The Paraguay expedition was an American diplomatic mission and nineteen-ship squadron ordered by President James Buchanan to South America to demand redress for certain wrongs alleged to have been done by Paraguay, and seize its capital Asuncion ...

                                               

First Lady of Paraguay

First Lady of the Nation is the official post of the spouse of the president of Paraguay. The official workplace of the Paraguayan first lady is Mburuvicha Roga. The current first lady of Paraguay is Silvana Lopez Moreira, spouse of President Mar ...

                                               

Patriotic Alliance for Change

The Patriotic Alliance for Change was a Paraguayan electoral alliance. Its members included: Christian Democratic Party Movement for Socialism Febrerista Revolutionary Party National Encounter Party Broad Front Party for a Country of Solidarity I ...

                                               

Inca Roca

Inca Roca was the sixth Sapa Inca of the Kingdom of Cusco and the first of the Hanan dynasty. His wife was Mama Michay, and his son was Yawar Waqaq. He had four other famous sons, Inca Paucar, Huaman Taysi Inca, and Vicaquirau Inca. Vicaquirau In ...

                                               

Lloque Yupanqui

He was the son and successor of Sinchi Roca, though he had an elder brother Manco Sapaca. He was the father of Mayta Capac. His wifes name is variously given as Mama Cava, also known as Mama Cahua Quechua Mama Qawa or Mama Cora Ocllo. The mother ...

                                               

Law enforcement in Peru

Peruvian cities and districts of Lima have a dedicated municipal police force with limited jurisdiction known roughly as a "Watchman Unit" Spanish: Unidad de Serenazgo. Serenazgo officers have fewer legal powers than the National Police. The Peru ...

                                               

Peruvian Air Force

The Peruvian Air Force is the branch of the Peruvian Armed Forces tasked with defending the nation and its interests through the use of air power. Additional missions include assistance in safeguarding internal security, conducting disaster relie ...

                                               

Peruvian Army

The Peruvian Army is the branch of the Peruvian Armed Forces tasked with safeguarding the independence, sovereignty and integrity of national territory on land through military force. Additional missions include assistance in safeguarding interna ...

                                               

List of senior officers of the Peruvian Army

List of Commanders-in-Chief of the Peruvian Army since the creation of that post on March 12, 1953. General German Ruiz Figueroa 1985 General Julio Doig Sanchez 1965-1967 General Juan Velasco Alvarado 1967-1968 General Victor Tenorio Hurtado 1958 ...

                                               

Marshal of Peru

Grand Marshal of Peru, commonly referred as Marshal of Peru, is the highest rank in the Peruvian Army. Unlike the other ranks, it is conferred only to an officer who has been victorious at war.

                                               

Naval Medical Research Unit Six

Naval Medical Research Unit Six is a biomedical research laboratory of the US Navy located in Lima, Peru. It is the only US military command located in South America. Its mission is to identify infectious diseases threats of military and public h ...

                                               

Peruvian Navy

The Peruvian Navy is the branch of the Peruvian Armed Forces tasked with surveillance, patrol and defense on lakes, rivers and the Pacific Ocean up to 200 nautical miles from the Peruvian littoral. Additional missions include assistance in safegu ...

                                               

Peruvian Naval School

The Naval Academy of Peru is the institution in charge of the undergraduate education of officers of the Peruvian Navy. It is located at La Punta, Callao, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Its current director is Rear Admiral Luis Jose Polar Figari.

                                               

Peruvian Naval Aviation

The Peruvian Naval Aviation is the air branch of the Peruvian Navy. It was originally formed in 1919 as the Naval Aviators Corps but was merged in 1932 with the Peruvian Army Aviation. The service was recreated under its current name on July 3, 1 ...

                                               

Palomo (horse)

Palomo was Simon Bolivars horse. It accompanied him on most of his campaigns of national liberation. The horse was white, tall, with a tail that almost reached the ground. It was a gift from an elderly peasant woman from Santa Rosa de Viterbo, Bo ...

                                               

USS Simon Bolivar (SSBN-641)

USS Simon Bolivar, a Benjamin Franklin class fleet ballistic missile submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Simon Bolivar, a hero of the independence movements of the former Spanish colonies in South America.

                                               

First Lady of Peru

The first lady of Peru is the title held by the wife of the President of Peru. The current Peruvian first lady is Maribel Diaz Cabello, wife of President Martin Vizcarra, who has held the position since 2018. There have been a number of first lad ...

                                               

Curved saber of San Martin

The sword remained there until 2 August 1963, when it was stolen by members of the Peronist Youth. It was recovered a few days later, and temporarily placed in the custody of the Mounted Grenadiers Regiment, until its return to the museum. The sw ...

                                               

List of Philippine House of Representatives committees

This is a complete list of Philippine Congressional committees that are currently operating in the House of Representatives of the Philippines, the lower house of the Philippine Congress.

                                               

Senatorial districts of the Philippines

The enactment of the Philippine Autonomy Act popularly known as "Jones Law" in August 1916 by the United States Congress provided for the creation of a bicameral legislature consisting of a lower chamber House of Representatives and an upper cham ...

                                               

List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines

These are the members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines. The 15th Congress convened on July 26, 2010 and will adjourn around June 2013. Senators elected on the 2007 Senate election and senators elected on the 2010 Senate election comprise t ...

                                               

Driving license in the Philippines

Drivers license in the Philippines consists of three types. These are Student Permit, Non-Professional, and Professional. The minimum age for driving in the Philippines is 17 years old provided that the driver has applied for a Student Permit and ...

                                               

Philippine identity card

The Philippine Identification System ID or the Philippine Identification Card is the official national identity card for Filipino citizens worldwide and foreign permanent residents in the Philippines. The document is a significant part of the Phi ...

                                               

Censorship in the Philippines

The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board is responsible for rating television programs, movies and home videos aired in the Philippines. The government agency can classify a movie or television program an X rating, effectively ban ...

                                               

Martial law in the Philippines

Martial law in the Philippines refers to several intermittent periods in Philippine history wherein the Philippine head of state places an area under the control of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and its predecessor bodies. Martial law is de ...

                                               

Ordinance Power of the President of the Philippines

The Ordinance Power is the rulemaking authority of the President of the Philippines defined in Book III, Title I, Chapter II of Administrative Code of 1987.

                                               

Criminal Investigation and Detection Group

The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group was established as the Criminal Information Service whose origin traces back as early as 1901 shortly after the establishment of the Philippine Constabulary when the Information Section was establish ...

                                               

Integrated National Police

The Integrated National Police was the municipal police force for the cities and large towns of the Republic of the Philippines. One of two national police forces in the country along with the Philippine Constabulary, it merged with the latter in ...

                                               

Philippine Constabulary

The Philippine Constabulary was a gendarmerie-type police force of the Philippines from 1901 to 1991, and the predecessor to the Philippine National Police. It was created by the American colonial government to replace the Spanish colonial Guardi ...

                                               

Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group

The Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group is responsible in enforcing laws and regulations related to air travel in the Philippines. In the past, their duties were performed by the Philippines Aviation Security Command AVSECOM, forme ...

                                               

Philippine National Police Maritime Group

The Philippine National Police Maritime Group is a National Operational Support Unit of the Philippine National Police mandated to perform all police functions, ensure public safety and internal security over Philippine territorial waters, rivers ...

                                               

Police Regional Office Bangsamoro Autonomous Region

The Police Regional Office Bangsamoro Autonomous Region also known colloquially as the Bangsamoro Police is the regional office of the Philippine National Police meant to cover the whole Bangsamoro autonomous region.

                                               

Special Action Force

The Special Action Force is the elite unit of the Philippine National Police founded by Fidel V. Ramos. SAF Commandos have received training from the Hostage Rescue Team, Critical Incident Response Group, RAID and Yamam. The Anti-Terrorist Unit o ...

                                               

Special Reaction Unit

The Special Reaction Unit is a part of the Presidential Security Group, which serves as its main counter-terrorist unit among the other nine organic units. Its not to be confused with the Special Reaction Unit of the Philippine National Polices M ...

                                               

Victor Batac

Vic Batac entered the Philippine Military Academy as plebe on April 1, 1967 in Class of 71 Matatag - which is a graduating class known for prominent politicians such as Senators Gregorio Honasan and Panfilo Lacson, and distinguished career milita ...

                                               

Camp Lukban

Camp General Vicente Lukban is the military headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and is located in the city of Catbalogan in the Philippines. It is located along Pan-Philippine Highway in Brgy Maulong. The military base is named af ...

                                               

Bartolome Vicente Bacarro

Bartolome Vicente O. Bacarro is a Philippine Army general officer and a recipient the Philippines highest military award for courage, the Medal of Valor. He is the current commanding officer of the 502nd Infantry Brigade of the 5th Infantry Divis ...

                                               

Jose Bandong Jr.

Jose E. Bandong, Jr. was a Philippine Army officer and a posthumous recipient the Philippines highest military award for courage, the Medal of Valor.

                                               

Roy Cuenca

Sergeant Cuenca was serving as the commander of a CAFGU auxiliary unit in Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Philippines on 20 October 1991 when his unit engaged in a firefight with 100 New Peoples Army rebels under the command of a certain Commander Pawin ...

                                               

Lucio Curig

STAFF SERGEANT LUCIO G CURIG 704115 PA Isabela, Basilan - 28–30 April 2000 "From 28 to 30 April 2000, the 11th Scout ranger Company SRC Team, assaulted Hill 898 in Camp Abdurajak, the highly fortified Abu Sayyaf lair where 28 civilians were being ...

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