Join the Philippine Marine Corps Reserve Force, Marine Forces Reserve Central (8th Marine Brigade Reserve), Philippine Marine Corps and Serve God, Our Country and the Filipino People through Volunteerism, Commitment, Honor, Service and Loyalty.
Our goal is to serve, win the hearts and minds of the Filipino people in line with the Internal Peace and Security Plan (IPSP) Bayanihan of the AFP in winning Peace. The mission of Marine Forces Reserve Central (8th Marine Brigade Reserve, Philippine Marine Corps) is to augment and reinforce active Fleet and Marine forces of the Philippine Navy in time of war, national emergency or contingency operations. Provide personnel, equipment’s, expertise and operational tempo relief for the active forces during peacetime like Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response Operations, and provide service to the community.
Welcome to Marine Forces Reserve Central (8th Marine Brigade Reserve), Philippine Marine Corps (Your Marine Reserve Unit in Region 6, 7, 8 and Province of palawan), NGO (Marine Corps Semper Fi Philippines, Inc), Sports Parachute Club (Semper Fi Sports Parachute Club, Inc.), Airsoft Group (8th Marine Brigade Airsoft Group - Leathernecks), Disaster Response Group (Semper Fi Disaster Response Group), MCROTC (Marine Corps Reserve Officers Training Corps) and Community Development Projects (Toys for Kids Project)
1) 81st Marine Battalion Reserve - Region 6
JBLFM, Sto. Nino Sur, Arrival, iloilo City
LCOL FRANCIS RAYMUND MARTIN B YULO O-143628 PN (M) (MNSA) (RES)
81st Weapons Coy 81st Marine Reserve BN
811th Marine Res Coy 81st Marine Reserve BN
812th Marine Res Coy 81st Marine Reserve BN
813rd Marine Res Coy 81st Marine Reserve BN
2) 82nd Marine Battalion Reserve - Region 7
2/F HNRCEV Bldg., Arellano Blvd., Tinago, cebu City
LCOL GABRIEL LUIS R QUISUMBING 0-145049 (E) PN (M) (R)
82nd Weapons Coy 82nd Marine Reserve BN
821st Marine Res Coy 82nd Marine Reserve BN
822nd Marine Res Coy 82nd Marine Reserve BN
823rd Marine Res Coy 82nd Marine Reserve BN
3) 83rd Marine Battalion Reserve - Region 8
c/o 534TH NROTCU (EVSU) Eastern Visayas State University
Tel No. 321-2186
LCOL ADERSON A COMAR PN (M) (R)
83rd Weapons Coy 83rd Marine Reserve BN
831st Marine Res Coy 83rd Marine Reserve BN
832nd Marine Res Coy 83rd Marine Reserve BN
833rd Marine Res Coy 83rd Marine Reserve BN
4) 84th Marine Battalion Reserve - Palawan
c/o Headquarters Naval Forces West (NAVFORWEST)
Naval Station Apolinario Jalandoon (Naval Station Puerto Princesa)
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
84th Weapons Coy 84th Marine Reserve BN
841st Marine Res Coy 84th Marine Reserve BN
842nd Marine Res Coy 84th Marine Reserve BN
843rd Marine Res Coy 84th Marine Reserve BN
As of 30 June 2011, the Unit has the following Enlisted Men/Women;
a) Brigade Headquarters - 4 Officers and 31 EP;s
b) 81st MRBN - 3 Officers and 138 EP’s
c) 82nd MRBN - 2 Officers and 2,720 EP’s
d) 83rd MRBN - 1 Officer and 325 EP’s
e) 84th MRBN - No Data Available
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We are looking for quality members (not quantity) that can help our Unit attain its Mission, Vision and Functions (Solutions Provider not Problem Providers). Our Unit does not collect any membership fees, monthly dues, annual fees and other charges to our members. In spite of no clear funding, the Unit was able to discharge its Mission and Functions meritoriously. The members were given a chance and opportunity for a wholesome safe adventure, training, experience and a medium to serve others. Assistance was also given in their employment, professional and career advancement.
Download the Application Form (Reservist Info Data Sheet - RIDS FORM) from our Facebook Photo Album- "www.facebook.com/pages/8th Marine Reserve Brigade” and send the RIDS Form together with your comprehensive Bio Data as an email attachment. Should you passed and meet our qualification criteria; we will advise you by email or txt and give instructions on what to do next.
For details, send us an email; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Txt # 0916 409 8868, # 0908 243 8506, Tel # (032) 511 5133, (032) 512 5133, Fax/Tel (032) 505 4842, FaxTel # (032) 268 0189. You can personally visit our office at 2/F HNRCEV Bldg., Arellano Blvd., Tinago, Cebu City, Philippines - 6000.
Opportunity to serve your Country
Free Military Uniform and Subsistence Allowance while undergoing Active Duty Training
Leadership and other Skills Training
Opportunity for Career Advancement
Must be a natural born Filipino citizen and of good moral character
Must not have any Pending Civil/Criminal Case
Must be Physically and Mentally fit
BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMISSION OFFICER:
Application for Commission
Affidavit of no Pending Case
Picture (Whole Body Postcard Size)
Personal Data Sheet/Resume/SOI
NSO Birth Certificate
College Diploma and TOR
COMELEC Certificate (For Elected Officials only)
Appointment Order for the President (For Appointed Officials only)
Basic and Advance ROTC Certificate (For Advance ROTC Graduate only)
Board Certificate/Board Rating /PRC License ( For PRC License Holder Only)
Requirements for Enlistment (Reservist)
1) Accomplish Reservist Information Data Sheet (RIDS)
2) Basic/Advance NROTC Certificate
3) Transcript of Record and Diploma
4) PRC License (If any)
5) NBI Clearance
6) 2x2 Pictures (2 copies)
7) Birth Certificate from NSO
Physical Examination Result (Original & Photo copy)
9) Detailed Resume/Bio Data
Note: Requirements should be submitted in two (2) copies in a folder with blue tabbing’s.
Marine Forces Reserve Central is here to help especially during disasters, are you willing to give a little of your time? If YES, be prepared . . . If NO, remember that helping others is a noble undertaking, God will repay you in many ways, be a concerned person, we need your commitment, Nobody will help ourselves, except us. This is the only country we have. We are duty bound as citizens to preserve and protect it. SIGN UP AND BE COUNTED . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kung hindi tayo kikilos, sino? Kung hindi ngayun, kailan pa? Kung ayaw, May dahilan. Kung gusto, May magandang paraan!
In such turbulent times as these, when we may feel alone and small and unable to make any lasting changes we may find ourselves asking "What can I do that will make a difference?" or "What can one small person like me do?" There is something very special in each and every one of us. We have all been gifted with the ability to make a difference. And if we can become aware of that gift, we gain through the strength of our visions the power to shape the future. In reality we don't have to be rich, talented or even particularly intelligent to make a difference in the life of another. We just need to remember that we ARE here for a purpose and that making small changes in the world eventually add up to something bigger in the life of another. When we become throwers of the stars, we too, have the power to change the world.
DUTY TO OTHER PEOPLE: Many people need help. A cheery smile and a helping hand make life easier for others. By doing a Good Turn daily and helping when you're needed, you prove yourself a Better Person and do your part to make this a better world.
Security and Safety of our Personnel and Equipment is our No. 1 Priority.
MARINES RESERVE: Any Time, Any Where, Any Task
AS A DISASTER RESPONSE UNIT; WE'RE ALWAYS READY, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.