Can you be a moral and spiritual guide to our soldiers and their families? That's the job of our Chaplains - Professionally Qualified Officers who have been ordained in one of the recognized religions and have been selected to hold a commission in the Army. Chaplains wear Philippine Army uniforms and provide leadership but do not command and do not carry weapons. Chaplains are assigned to a unit with which they live and work, offering spiritual support, pastoral care and moral guidance. Where the unit goes, so does the Chaplain.
Must be a holder of a baccalaureate degree and must have satisfactorily completed six (6) years of "Madrasa" or its equivalent in local or foreign theological schools.