Gen. Danilo "SGF Delta" D. Lim (Ret.)
Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence - BOC
MUG - Vice Supreme Adviser
National Chairman - Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa
International Chairman - Guardians International, Inc.

HISTORY

REBOLUSYONARYONG ALYANSANG MAKABANSA (RAM)

The RAM, then known as Reform the Armed Forces Movement, was organized on July 23, 1982 by a group of young idealistic officers in the Armed Forces of the Philippines in reaction to the widespread corruption, rampant abuses, and highly anomalous within the military establishment.

As such, the basic aims of the RAM were comprehensive and substantial reforms in the AFP, the perceived primary instrument for propping up the Marcos regime, in the hope that these would trigger similar urgently needed changes in all other sectors of society.

On March 21, 1985 the RAM made its first public appearance during the Philippine Military Academy’s alumni homecoming day, when some 300 members parades sporting T-shirts with the legend “We Belong”, and waved banners and placards demanding reforms in the AFP.

Subsequently, RAM members openly traveled and touched base with various AFP units stationed around the country, recruiting fellow officers and enlisted men to join the organization, and exhorting them to agitate for reforms. The initiative reached its climax with their active involvement in the February 7, 1986 snap polls through the Kamalayan ’86 campaign.

Seen to be attended by massive fraud, including open vote-buying and ballot-snatching, the election placed in question the integrity of the electoral process and the legitimacy of the Marcos government.

The dubious outcome of the exercise provided the moral justification for the RAM to plan the military operation which deposes the usurper.

Unfortunately, the plan was discovered and a new strategy was thus adopted that led to the February 22-25, 1986 people power revolution at EDSA.

The foremost beneficiary of the EDSA uprising was unluckily Corazon “Cory” Aquino. With unbridled arrogance, vindictiveness, and incompetence, she blatantly betrayed the ideals and spirit of the uprising.

Thus, the RAM mounted the August 28, 1987 and November 30, 1989 operations against the Aquino regime to demonstrate its unyielding resolve and consistent determination to achieve reforms in the government and in society.

In December 1989, the Movement, in alliance with the Young Officers Union (YOU), the Soldiers of the Filipino People (SFP) and other progressive forces, declared to pursue the struggle as a continuation of the Unfinished Revolution of 1986 to gain true independence and bring forth justice, lastingpeace, and prosperity for our nation and people, assuming the present name of Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa.

Since then, the Movement has sought to rally and unite all revolutionary and progressive elements in the country toward the radical transformation, not merely of the AFP but also of the government and Philippine society as a whole.

CODE OF CONDUCT

A RAM member is:

GOD-FEARING – God First before Others
PATRIOTIC
PRO-PEOPLE – Respect for Human Rights 
TRUE TO HIMSELF – Frank Principle of Transparency 
AND READY TO FIGHT FOR OUR COUNTRY


RAM NCR



ELECTED OFFICERS

NCR CHAIRMAN ALEX “FGMF APQ” P. QUILLOPE, MSM O157
VICE  PRESIDENT MANUEL “FGBF MASTER”   L. TOLENTINO JR. O160
SECRETARY TIMOTEO “FRMG SAURO” D. ONG O158
TREASURER SIEGRID “RMG RAINA” S. CAJUELAN O161
AUDITOR  EDWIN “FRMG WETACK” G. WETACK O145
PRO TSGT JOSE F. “FGBF JT” TOLECO (ret) PA- AO9-0159
BUS MGR FELIX Q. “FRMG BOYING” ORONOS OO30
ADVISER MANUEL R. “SGF MACH 1” LOPEZ JR. O156
CONVENOR MANILA/BULACAN – GIL B. “SGF GRANGER” RAAGAS SR. OO14

 

 

  Designated SGF/FoundersDesignated SGF/FoundersDesignated SGF/FoundersDesignated SGF/FoundersDesignated SGF/FoundersDESIGNATED RAM SGF/FOUNDERS
Caloocan City
Las Pinas City
Makati City FGBF JAGUAR AND FGMF MANNY
Malabon City FDR RJ BALASTIQUE
Mandaluyong City FGBF WRECKER
City of Manila ALEX "FGMF APQ" P. QUILLOPE
Marikina City MSGT MARCELINO A. “FGBF PHONG” CORRALES (ret)PA
Muntinlupa City Jose "FGBF JT" Toleco
Navotas City FRMG LION REYES
Paranaque City FRMG ELEY CARIDO
Pasay City RMG ROMEL DELA CRUZ
Pasig City FRMG POXROT
Pateros
Quezon City LARRY "FRMG VIRGO" TABORA
San Juan City
Taquig City
Valenzuela City FRMG ARLYN


San Andres Bukid Chapter

P/SUPT GIL B. “SGF GRANGER” RAAGAS SR. (ret) WPD A09-0014
FELIX Q. “FRMG BOYING “ORONOS A09-0030    
ROBERT M. “M WARRIOR” CAPLIS A09-0169
JOEMAR E.”GBF SOM” SOMONTINA A09- 0091
MICHAEL A. “MG MCKY” ODON A09-0166
CESAR T. “GBF CESAR” DACANAY A09- 0097
PETER B. “MG BUDS” NAZARETH A09-0165
JOENARD E. “GBF JEAN” SOMONTINA A09- 0164
RONNIE M. “MG RHON” TILDE A09-0168
PAULA IRISH D   “RMG PAO” RAMOS A09- 0098 
 MARIO P. “MG MAR” MOSTAJO A09-0171
PROTACIO D. ”RMG JUN” EDER A09- 0092 
PEARLY C. “MG PEARLY” CANTIVER A09-0099
BERNABE B. “RMG YET” BUDOL   A09-0093
ROLDAN S. “MG NADS” GUMANOY A09-0167
DEOGRACIAS B. “RMG BONA” BONAOBRA A09-0170
LARRY O. “GBF ROCKETS” PAMATIAN AO9-194
JOSELITO C. “G SINAG”DEL ROSARIO A09-0094 
EDGAR P. “GBF GEAR” DE LEON A09-O199
RONALD N. “MG LAKAY” ABAN A09-0082


HALCON

ARIEL C. “RMG AYIE” DEGALLADO A09-0153
EUGENIO G. “RMG LABOR” ABID A09-0152
RICKY C. “RMG ROCKY” AGUIRRE A09-0154
RESTIE V. “RMG RENT”TOLOSA A09-0163
MARGARITA R. “MG MARGOT” FUENTES A09-0161


FALCON

TSGT JOSE F. “FGBF JT” TOLECO (ret) PA              AO9-0159
PFC RUFO F. “GBF BOY NENENG” FOCBIT(res)PA   A09-0192
PFC JOEL B. “GBF GOLDFISH” APOLO (res) PA  A09-0193 


GBI

ALEX “FGMF APQ” P. QUILLOPE A09-0157
ROMMEL S. “RMG RM”MALAGAR A09- 0172
LUISITO C. “MG MERCURY” SANTOS A09- 0173
RONALD C. “MG KENAN” ROLDAN A09-0174


PGBI

TIMOTEO D. “FRMG SAURO” ONG A09-0158
MSGT MANUEL L. “FGBF MASTER” TOLENTINO JR(ret) PA A09-0160


PLARIDEL, BULACAN

SGT BRIQUETTE L. “FGBF REX” BAYAN (res) PA A09-0190
PVT EDUARDO I.“GBF ED” AVILA (res) PA A09-0198

MALOLOS

MARIO R. “FRMG MARGU” COLES  A09-0191
LARRY B. “RMG LAWIN” CRUZ SR A09-0196


GPII

EDWIN G. “FRMG WETACK” WETACK A09-0145
PFC MELECIO E. “GBF SIGNAL” CATARMAN (res) PA A09-0162

1 GANAP

COL MANUEL R. “SGF MACH 1“  LOPEZ  JR.(ret) PAF A09-0156
SGT SALVADOR F. “FGBF BUDDY” DUMAGTOY (res) PA A09-0177

MMUG

TSGT MELCHOR P. “FGRF SUNRISE” MANUEL JR (ret) PC A09-0200
SGT SALVADOR M. “FGBF MUSANG” MELGAR (res) PA A09-0197
SPO1 GERARDO M. “CNF ABDUL” PAMFILO PNP

SAN SIMON, PAMPANGA

CPL  JORLY B. “GBF JORLY” CANTOR(res) PA A09-0195

RAM CARD HOLDER

BRIG GEN DANILO B. “SGF DELTA”  LIM AFP A09- 0001
LT COL “SGF KAKA” FLORES (ret) PA  A09-0002
VICE PRESIDENT COL JEJOMAR BINAY (res)PN (M) A09- 0012
COL ARMAND PADILLA (ret) PA A09- 0013
PSUPT GIL B. “SGF GRANGER” RAAGAS (ret) PNP A09- 0014
COL CELESTINO “SGF TALA” DANTES (ret) PA A09- 0015
COL NESTOR “SGF FLOR” FLORDELIZA (ret) PA A09- 0016
WALDEN  FLORES  A09- 0081



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