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FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio CityArmed Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Eduardo Oban Jr. yesterday said peace talks with communist rebels and secessionists and a possible revamp of officers were on top of his agenda in the little time he had before leaving office in December.
Oban led the ceremony here for the turnover of command of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) from its outgoing superintendent, retired Admiral Leonardo Calderon, to Army Brig. Gen. Nonato Peralta, the former commandant of cadets.
Personnel movement is a natural course in the military. Revamps are necessities required by the military organization, Oban told reporters at the end of the ceremony.…