Philippine Clark Air Force Partnership

February 23, 2021

Philippine Air Force - Air Logistics Command Community Relations Unit paid a courtesy visit to MCC President, Dr. Michelle Aguilar-Ong on February 23, 2021, to discuss the forging of partnership and collaboration between the two institutions.

The delegation from the PAF-Air Logistics Command, headed by Major Arvin Gundran, expressed their admiration for the innovations and developments recently accomplished by MCC which made the academic institution exceptional among others and a top choice for them in forging a partnership.

Dr. Aguilar-Ong conveyed MCC's pledge to the partnership and collaboration, which also expressed one of the core values of the University of Mabalacat City, commitment to service.

 “These kinds of partnerships and collaborations help MCC in marking its significance in the local community. We welcome this partnership with Philippine Air Force in which the welfare of the MCC community as well as its adopted community are the primary beneficiaries. Through this collaboration that has a very good line-up of projects and programs, we can attain the fulfillment of our commitment to service as well as develop the character of benevolence, compassion, and patriotism,” Aguilar-Ong emphasized.

Logistics and other related support services to MCC community extension programs, customized advanced continuing education for Air Force personnel in the field of information technology as well as customs administration, and training on gender and development were included in the collaboration.

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