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    Description:The Camp is hoisted upon a shoulder hill at Brgy. Campetic, Palo, Leyte and is directionally facing East-South-East. Initially, the Camp was conceived purposely to be occupied by the Headquarters of the Leyte Philippine Constabulary/Integrated National Police (PC/INP) Command. In fact, when the Cornerstone was laid by the Commander-in-Chief, President Ferdinand E Marcos, on July 2, 1974, it was named “Camp Daniel Z. Romualdez”, in honor of the late Congressman. Later on, the camp was renamed “Camp September 21st Movement” in commemoration of the Proclamation of Martial Law in the country and the birth of the New Society, pursuant to General Order Number 385 of the Department of National Defense, General Headquarters, AFP dated June 7, 1977. The actual construction of the camp was realized when His Excellency, President Ferdinand E. Marcos issued a Letter of Instruction Number 375 dated February 27, 1974. The construction was done during the incumbency of the Honorable Juan Ponce Enrile, who was then the Minister of Defense and Major General Fidel V Ramos, who was then the Chief of the Philippine Constabulary

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