JM De Guzman together with Philippine Air Force distributed relief goods in Navotas City

JM de Guzman distributed relief goods to 150 PWDs in Navotas City with his colleagues from the Philippine Air Force.

Two weeks since he took up a marksmanship course for his training as an Air Force Reservist, JM de Guzman reported for duty by taking part in a relief operation.

The actor posted photos from the initiative on his Instagram page last Friday, June 26.

Along with some officers from the PAF, members of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) joined the effort as well.


The actor and the officers wore their army fatigues while handing out the supplies. They observed precautions against the coronavirus and wore face masks, face shields, and gloves. Meanwhile, De Guzman’s brother Matthew and some fans also helped out on the relief operation.

De Guzman started training as a reservist under the PAF last March with fellow Kapamilya actor Kiko Estrada.

In an Instagram post on Monday, JM shared some photos of himself and Kiko while inside the PAF Officers Clubhouse in Villamor Airbase, Pasay City.

On their first day of training, JM revealed how they learned about basic military “courtesy and drills” as a “first step on our way to airforce reserve.”


As seen in the photos, both JM and Kiko underwent an officer orientation program that includes proper military salute, rifle drill exercises, and lectures.

JM also thanked the Air Force reserve-force officers who assisted him and Kiko on their first training day.

JM’s caption reads (published as is): “thank you, coach, for the guidance staff Sgt. Jimmy Jandog Angana. 1Lt Shahani Ballares for the lectures and Col. Bon Castillo for welcoming us. [heart, praying hands emoji] PH.”

Following the initiative, De Guzman and his PAF colleagues were made honorary members of the BSP Navotas City council.

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Written by AdmiN

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