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DEERS/RAPIDS ID CARD APPOINTMENT INFO
American Citizen Services Unit Walk-In Hours
Guam Naval Hospital
PNP issues reminders on motorists’ rights at police checkpoints
TOOLS AGAINST MMDA OFFICERS
I just reached my limit last weekend, and decided to take action against the abusive MMDA enforcers. I basically called up the
MMDA head office and inquired from the Personnel Officer, Antonio Pagulayan, to clarify their policies. Here is what I got:
If any of these abuses seem familiar to you, Mr. Pagulayan has asked that you call either the MMDA hotline (136) or call the METRO
BASE at 0920 938 9861 or 0920 938 9875 and ask for an Inspectorate. They will send inspectors to the place where these MMDA
officers are extorting, even while you are arguing out of your apprehension. DO NOT JUST SURRENDER YOUR RIGHT AND PAY
OFF THE MMDA TRAFFIC OFFICER, CHALLENGE (if you have sound basis of course) THE TRAFFIC CITATION:
Shift Colors e-mail Information
NRD Launches Mobile Site
Wounded Warriors, Veterans, Service Members and their families can now connect to the National Resource Directory on their
mobile device. Enter NRD.gov in the browser for access to thousands of resources!
Philippine Military/Police Checkpoints
The link below is a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam war with the names, bio's and other information on our lost
heroes. Those who remember that time frame, or perhaps lost friends or family can look them up on this site. Pass the link on to
others, as many knew wonderful people whose names are listed.
Have A Special Needs Dependent? Consider These Programs and Services
Military/Dependent ID Cards
RAO Subic ID Cards
RAO/FPO Mail Weight Limit
The following is the verbatim excerpt from the FPO (Manila Br) policy under FPO SERVICES PROMULGATION:
"Incoming and Outgoing mails sent through FPO AP 96517 is restricted to first class correspondence (including VOICE/VIDEO
cassettes, i.e., home made tapes and movies of family, friends, and relatives), newspaper, magazines, blank checks and
photographs, NOT EXCEEDING 16 OUNCES. Commercial or personally recorded music and movies, catalogs, books, CD's and
any other type of merchandise are not authorized. Furthermore, you shall not have your name and address be used by anyone
who is not authorized FPO privileges."