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103 Technical & Administrative Services Group
103TASG.jpg
Unit Seal of the 103rd Technical & Administrative Services Group (Reserve)
Country Philippines Philippines
Allegiance Philippines Republic of the Philippines
Branch Armed Forces of the Philippines
Type Laang Kawal Seal.jpg Technical Services Reserve
AFP Technical and Administrative Service BC.jpg Technical Services
Role Combat Support and Combat Service Support, SAR and CSAR, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Operations, Civil-Military Operations and Civil-military Co-operations, Spec-Ops
Size 1 Headquarters & Headquarters Service Company, and 4 Technical & Administrative Services (Reserve) Units Companies
Part of Under the 1st Technical & Administrative Services Brigade (Reserve)
Garrison/HQ AFPRESCOM Cpd, CGEA, Quezon City
Engagements None
Decorations Presidential Unit Citation (Philippines) Streamer.png
Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation Badge
Commanders
Current
commander
AFP Major Rank Insignia.jpg MAJ NICODEMUS DE GUZMAN PA (RES)
Laang Kawal Seal
Laang Kawal Seal.jpg

The 103rd Technical & Administrative Services Group,[1][2] is one of five TAS units of the 1st Technical and Administrative Services Brigade (Reserve) of the AFP Reserve Command, and is based in Quezon City.

The AOR of the 103rd TAS Group covers the entirety of Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, and Valenzuela. It is primarily tasked to support maneuver units of the AFP Reserve Force operating within these areas.

Mission[edit | edit source]

  • Base for expansion of the Regular Force in the event of war, invasion or rebellion within its AOP.
  • Assist the Government in Relief and Rescue Operations in the event of Calamities or Disasters.[3]
  • Assist the Government in Socio-economic development and environmental concerns.[4]
  • Assist in the operation & maintenance of essential government and private utilities (e.g. power, telecommunications, water).

The Commissioned Officer Corps[edit | edit source]

Officers of the 103TASG, AFPRESCOM are directly commissioned through AFP Circular Nr. 4 and 6 and may come from any of the following professions:[1]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Citations
Bibliography
  • General Orders activating 102TASG of the 1TASBDE, AFPRESCOM.
  • AFPRESCOM Official Site
  • The AFPRESCOM Training Group, AFP-MOT Manual, 2001, AFPRESCOM.

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