Ronnie Liang receives two awards from Philippine Army for efforts as a frontliner

Image by Ronnie Liang via Facebook
  • Ronnie Liang received two awards from the Philippine Army
  • He was awarded the Meritorious Achievement Medal and Disaster Relief Rehabilitation Operation Ribbon for his active role as a COVID-19 frontliner
  • The second lieutenant shared his task was to transport medical frontliners to their hospitals

Ronnie Liang received two awards from the Philippine Army for joining the government’s efforts against COVID-19.

Image by Ronnie Liang via Facebook

The singer accepted the Meritorious Achievement Medal and Disaster Relief Rehabilitation Operation Ribbon for his active role as a COVID-19 frontliner. The awarding ceremony happened at the 44th Founding Anniversary celebration of the Armor Division at the Armor Pambato Division Headquarters in Camp O’Donnell, Tarlac.

On Facebook, Ronnie shared photos of the ceremony and extended his appreciation to his seniors for the recognition.

He wrote, “I would like to share these awards Meritorious Achievement Medal (MAM) Disaster Relief & Rehabilitation Operations Ribbon ( DRRO) to all the men & women in uniform who answered the call of duty in the fight against Covid19. I would like to thank my Army Family Headed by Army Commanding General Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay & our Armor Pambato Division Family Headed by MGen. Robert C. Dauz for the recognition and support.”

Aside from being a licensed pilot, Ronnie is also an army reservist. He is currently a second lieutenant in the Philippine Army.

Image by Ronnie Liang via Facebook

From pilot to lieutenant: Ronnie Liang now a 2nd lieutenant at the Philippine Army

As the country faces the COVID-19 pandemic, Ronnie was tasked to escort medical workers to hospitals. He had earlier shared how rewarding his job is. Ronnie said, “I’m super grateful sa magandang sinasabi ng tao noong nabasa nila ‘yung news na tinutulungan ko nga ang mga frontliner. I was assigned to bring medical workers to their places of work. And pampa-good vibes, one time, they asked me to sing.”

Despite the fear of the virus, the singer said his passion is to serve others. Ronnie said, “What’s important is ‘yung pure intention mo when you said yes sa tungkulin mo. Mahaba ang hours of duty namin.

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