The Captaincy General of the Philippines (Spanish: Capitanía General de Filipinas Spanish pronunciation: [kapitaˈni.a xeneˈɾal de filiˈpinas] (); Tagalog: Kapitaniya Heneral ng Pilipinas) was an administrative district of the Spanish Empire in Southeast Asia governed by a governor-general as a dependency of the Viceroyalty of New Spain based in Mexico City.
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I think its better to merge this setion to the Spanish East Indiesfor now. 23prootie03:32, 18 November 2006 (UTC)
Created new page & removed redirect. Captaincy General of the Philippines was the administrative entity of (most) of what is known as Spanish East Indies. --RafaelMinuesa (talk) 12:52, 1 January 2011 (UTC)
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Chief of the Army (Philippines) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Commanding General of the Philippine Army ( CGPA) is the overall commander and senior general of the Philippine Army, the ground warfare branch of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. It is normally held by a three-star rank of Lieutenant General.
- Commanding General of the Philippine Revolutionary Army
- President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments
- Mandatory retirement upon reaching the age of 56
- Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
This territory was also called the Captaincy-General of the Philippines and thus the governor also held the title of Captain General, a military rank conferred by the Spanish Cortes Generales. The men that held this position governed the Philippines and the rest of the Spanish East Indies from 1565 to 1821, on behalf of the Viceroyalty of New ...
This is a compendium of the Filipino generals, commanders and who fought during the Philippine Revolution, Filipino-American War and the Post-war insurgencies against US occupation of the Philippines. There are 165 generals listed in this article. Contents 1 General officers 2 Table Legend 3 Addendum 4 References 4.1 Works cited in footnotes
Constitutional and legal basis Appointment. Article 7, Section 16 of the Constitution of the Philippines says that the President . shall nominate and, with the consent of the Commission on Appointments, appoint the heads of the executive departments, ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, or officers of the armed forces from the rank of colonel or naval captain, and other officers ...