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    COL MELISAN REYMUND N RECAIDO INF (GSC) PA
    33rd Commanding Officer SEBn, HHSG, PA














    HISTORY

          The Security and Escort Battalion traces its roots from the then Army Training Battalion (Prov’l), HHBn which was organized on 01 May 1970. The mission of the unit was to conduct and provide troops for security operation, escort duties and ceremonial activities, to train reservist and regular personnel for the army troops; and to operate and maintain the centralized training facilities at Fort Bonifacio. 

          On 01 July 1971, ATB (Provisional) was renamed Army Training Unit (ATU) Provisional. On 01 December 1971, the Army Training Unit was deactivated. On the same date, personnel of the defunct ATU and a rifle company were fuse into one unit known as the Security and Training Unit (SETU).

         On 19 October 1972, the unit was renamed Security and Escort Battalion, HHSG, PA. Again, after two (2) years, the unit was upgraded into Security and Escort Unit (Provisional) effective 16 February 1980. It was segregated from HHSG and renamed 62nd Infantry Battalion (Provisional) effective 16 December 1986 place under control of G3, PA. The unit waS SENT TO Fort Magsaysay for combat re-training. The Honor Guard Company Team was organized on 24 April 1987 and placed under control of HHSG, PA. On 16 April 1988, the unit was renamed Honorguard Battalion, HHSG, PA. It was again separated from HHSG, PA and organized as an independent major service support of the Philippine Army effective 10 May 1990.

          On 27 June 1990, the Honor Guard Battalion, Philippine Army renamed Security and Escort Group, Philippine Army. SEG was renamed to 291st Security and Escort Group on 19 June 1998.

          On 15 September 2000, the unit was again placed organic to HHSG and was renamed Security and Escort Battalion pursuant to GO Nr 1014 HPA dtd September 2000.

          Since its founding, the Battalion has been the Philippine Arm’s pride and model of excellence on military drills, ceremonies and band entertainment. The unit has been at the forefront of all national events and ceremonies in honoring heroes, dignitaries, presidents and generals, both local and foreign.

     






    HHSG


    UNIT SEAL/LOGO & COLOR SYMBOLISM

    The Maroon Colors - represents sacrifice and bravery. It symbolizes courage, bravery, heroism, and strength.

    The Color Gray - is an unemotional color reflecting the unit’s performance during ceremonies. Being both motionless and composure, relief from a chaotic world.

    Shield - Symbolizes us being the protector of the people. An instrument used to cover and repel lawless elements.

    Cannon - Represents the capability to deliver accurate supporting fires in times of emergency as well as provide gun salutes.

    Saber - Represents authority, honor and dignity.

    Rifle - Represents unit’s capability as fighting force.

    Honor Guard - The world itself connotes the unit being noble knights for the enemy.

    Green - Represents hopes and aspiration.

    Gold - a dominant color showing the preciousness of the unit.

    Black - Represent humility.

    Red - Symbolizes bravery in the face of danger.

    White - Represents purity and perfection.

    Fourrarege/Lanyard - A red braided cord awarded to an entire military unit for military distinction (honor and excellence) and usually loop around the left shoulder of each member. ‎

    MISSION
           To conduct security and render military honors in support to HHSG mission.

    FUNCTION
    • Provide military honors.
    • Conduct limited military operations in urbanize and other special operations.
    • Conduct CDM operations when necessary.
    • Participate in disaster response operations.
    • Provide music for HPA directed activities.
    • Provide artillery gun salute during military ceremonies.
    • Secure CG, PA and important personages as directed.

    "Drills and Ceremonies, Band, Combo Services"

    For any inquiries, please call or text

    SEBn HHSG Hotline Numbers

    Trunkline 845-9555 Local 5064

    Mobile 
    0927-545-8452 (Globe) 
    0949-880-4509 (Smart)

    Facebook Account 

     

    "WE CARE TO BE AWARE"

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    For any inquiries, please call or text
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    COL MELISAN REYMUND N RECAIDO INF (GSC) PA
    COL MELISAN REYMUND N RECAIDO INF (GSC) PA34th Commading Officer SEBn HHSG, PA

    HISTORY

          The Security and Escort Battalion traces its roots from the then Army Training Battalion (Prov’l), HHBn which was organized on 01 May 1970. The mission of the unit was to conduct and provide troops for security operation, escort duties and ceremonial activities, to train reservist and regular personnel for the army troops; and to operate and maintain the centralized training facilities at Fort Bonifacio. 

          On 01 July 1971, ATB (Provisional) was renamed Army Training Unit (ATU) Provisional. On 01 December 1971, the Army Training Unit was deactivated. On the same date, personnel of the defunct ATU and a rifle company were fuse into one unit known as the Security and Training Unit (SETU).

         On 19 October 1972, the unit was renamed Security and Escort Battalion, HHSG, PA. Again, after two (2) years, the unit was upgraded into Security and Escort Unit (Provisional) effective 16 February 1980. It was segregated from HHSG and renamed 62nd Infantry Battalion (Provisional) effective 16 December 1986 place under control of G3, PA. The unit waS SENT TO Fort Magsaysay for combat re-training. The Honor Guard Company Team was organized on 24 April 1987 and placed under control of HHSG, PA. On 16 April 1988, the unit was renamed Honorguard Battalion, HHSG, PA. It was again separated from HHSG, PA and organized as an independent major service support of the Philippine Army effective 10 May 1990.

          On 27 June 1990, the Honor Guard Battalion, Philippine Army renamed Security and Escort Group, Philippine Army. SEG was renamed to 291st Security and Escort Group on 19 June 1998.

          On 15 September 2000, the unit was again placed organic to HHSG and was renamed Security and Escort Battalion pursuant to GO Nr 1014 HPA dtd September 2000.

          Since its founding, the Battalion has been the Philippine Arm’s pride and model of excellence on military drills, ceremonies and band entertainment. The unit has been at the forefront of all national events and ceremonies in honoring heroes, dignitaries, presidents and generals, both local and foreign.

     






    HHSG


    UNIT SEAL/LOGO & COLOR SYMBOLISM

    The Maroon Colors - represents sacrifice and bravery. It symbolizes courage, bravery, heroism, and strength.

    The Color Gray - is an unemotional color reflecting the unit’s performance during ceremonies. Being both motionless and composure, relief from a chaotic world.

    Shield - Symbolizes us being the protector of the people. An instrument used to cover and repel lawless elements.

    Cannon - Represents the capability to deliver accurate supporting fires in times of emergency as well as provide gun salutes.

    Saber - Represents authority, honor and dignity.

    Rifle - Represents unit’s capability as fighting force.

    Honor Guard - The world itself connotes the unit being noble knights for the enemy.

    Green - Represents hopes and aspiration.

    Gold - a dominant color showing the preciousness of the unit.

    Black - Represent humility.

    Red - Symbolizes bravery in the face of danger.

    White - Represents purity and perfection.

    Fourrarege/Lanyard - A red braided cord awarded to an entire military unit for military distinction (honor and excellence) and usually loop around the left shoulder of each member. ‎

    MISSION
           To conduct security and render military honors in support to HHSG mission.

    FUNCTION
    • Provide military honors.
    • Conduct limited military operations in urbanize and other special operations.
    • Conduct CDM operations when necessary.
    • Participate in disaster response operations.
    • Provide music for HPA directed activities.
    • Provide artillery gun salute during military ceremonies.
    • Secure CG, PA and important personages as directed.

    "Drills and Ceremonies, Band, Combo Services"

    For any inquiries, please call or text

    SEBn HHSG Hotline Numbers
    Trunkline : 845-9555 Local 5048/5047

     
    Facebook Account 
    Sebn Hhsg Pa

     

    "WE CARE TO BE AWARE"
    Isumbong mo kay kay Commander
    For any inquiries, please call or text
    0998-471-4055 (Smart) 

    Message Us

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