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Armed Forces of the Philippines Command and General Staff College

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  1. The AFP Command and General Staff College, known officially as the AFPCGSC or GSC, (DPKHSLP) is one the training units of the Armed Forces of the Philippines

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  2. The AFP Command and General Staff College (AFPCGSC) is currently located at Fort Bonifacio, near Gate Nr 2 was formally activated on 02 January 1969 pursuant to General Orders No. 215, dated 29 January 1969

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  3. Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng Pangasiwaan at Kawanihang Heneral ng Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas

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  4. tasked with training future generals, as well as general and command staff, and developing doctrine, training materials and courses for the AFP

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