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Official Philippine Marine Corps Recruitment 2021 -2022

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History Of Philippine Marine Corps

“The task of training these young men into Marines is vested upon us. Today, as we start training them, we will be striking the first hammer blow in forging the “cutting edge” of the Armed Forces.”

— LTSG Manuel Gomez’s mission on the formation of the Philippine Marine Corps in 1950

On orders from President Elpidio Quirino and Ramon Magsaysay, then-Secretary of National Defense, the Corps was organized on November 7, 1950, as A Company of the Philippine Fleet’s 1st Marine Battalion and then headquartered in Cavite City, in Naval Base Cavite. Personnel from the United States Army and United States Marine Corps helped train the very first Philippine Marines in combat and amphibious duties in Fort Bonifacio in Makati City and in various other locations. Lieutenant (senior grade) Manuel Gomez was its first commandant, with then Lieutenant (junior grade) Gregorio Lim assisting him, with six other officers (4 seconded from the Navy and two from the Philippine Army) joining them, several of these officers being veterans of the Second World War.

Their hard work and training would pay off as the Marine Company conducted its first amphibious landing on April 19, 1951, in Umiray, Quezon, and took part in the battle for the first time on June 4 of the same year in Nueva Ecija against communist rebels. These and other notable battles in various parts of the country, as well as overseas deployments to Korea, led to the Navy’s decision to complete the 1st Marine Battalion with the raising of B Company in 1955 and the Headquarters and Service Company also in the same year, thus the marine battalion of one HQ company and two marine rifle companies, with now LCDR Lim in charge, was finally complete. (November 7, the date of the 1955 formal raising of the 1st Marine Battalion, is the official date of the Corps Birthday to this very day.)

Further marine companies and a weapons company would later be formed to augment the expansion of the force in the 1960s, and the abilities even expanded to VIP protection, and would also see the raising of its very own drum and bugle corps. The Marines would see themselves in action in securing the Spratly Islands in 1971 and in combating Muslim separatist forces and a strong New People’s Army in the following years as the force became the Philippine Marine Brigade with the formation of the 2nd and 3rd Marine Battalions, the Headquarters Service Group, the 1st Provisional Tactical Battalion which saw action in Mindanao against Islamic separatists, and the Marine Training Group, later the Philippine Marines Training Group.

To highlight these changes the force was, in 1976, renamed the Philippine Marines.

As the 1980s arrived, the force expansion was accompanied by battles against both communists and armed Islamist rebels all over the country, and in 1986 even took part in the successful People Power Revolution. The latter years would also see them in action as one coup d’état after another was launched against the Corazon Aquino administration, all ending in failure. It also saw Rodolfo Biazon becoming the first and only Marine Corps general to head the Armed Forces as Chief of Staff after a fruitful term as Superintendent of the Philippine Military Academy, the first and only Marine Corps general officer to occupy the office so far in PMA history.

The 1990s would see further expansion as the force, as part of the Philippine Navy, became the Philippine Marine Corps in 1995 as the force turned 45 years old. The early 2000s (decade) would see the Marine Corps once more facing not just communists and Islamic militants but also terrorist groups as well.

Philippine Marine Corps Recruitment Requirement & Preparation

When you complete the application, regardless of whether it is a paper application or an online form, there is information you will need to provide in order to apply for the PMC Training and be considered for the position.



  • 21-28 years old
  • Baccalaureate degree holder
  • Single and a natural-born Filipino
  • At least 5’0 in height
  • Physically, mentally and psychologically fit for active service
  • Of a good moral character
  • Must not have any pending civil/criminal case
  • Must pass the AFPABT, IQ, and SWE examinations


  • 18-23 years old
  • At least 72 units in college, graduate of a 2-year vocational course or possesses any skill duly certified by TESDA
  • Single and a natural-born Filipino
  • At least 5’0 in height
  • Physically, mentally and psychologically fit for active service
  • Of the good moral character
  • Must not have any pending civil/criminal case
  • Must pass the AFPABT and IQ examinations


  • NSO birth certificate
  •  two pcs 2X2 colored picture with white background
  • diploma/transcript of records
  • original marriage certificate of parents


Philippine Marine Corps Salary


  • Basic pay of Php 32,375.00 for an officer in the rank of 2nd Lieutenant with lots of opportunities for increases as may be promoted to the higher ranks up to General level.
  • Subsistence Allowance, clothing allowance
  • Billeting and housing facilities
  • Insurance and healthcare benefits
  • Job security, career advancement, and local and foreign schooling
  • Additional monthly allowance of Php 5,750 pay.
  • Longevity pay 10% of the current monthly base pay compounded every five years of active military service.
  • Cash gifts and bonuses.


  • Basic pay of Php 16,215.00.
  • Additional monthly allowance of Php 5,750 pay.
  • Longevity pay 10% of the current monthly base pay compounded every five years of active military service.
  • Cash gifts and bonuses.


The recruitment drive scheduled for 2021 will be announced soon by my PN..


a. Visit and submit the requirements to the PMC recruiting center and mobile recruiting areas.

b. Take the AFP Qualifying examination and IQ test as scheduled

c. After passing the exams, take the physical fitness test

d. Monitor the schedule of deliberation and release of results.

e. Prepare accordingly for the rigid training


Those recruits who passed the exam and screening, both men and women will undergo rigid physical and mental training for 3 to 8 months at the Marine Corps Training Center in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.

For you to have better grasps on the nature of PMC training, watch the most comprehensive video documentaries below courtesy of GMA’s I Witness.

Inside the Philippine Marine Corps’ Basic School

Philippine Marine Corps: The few, the proud 1

I witness The Few, the Proud, MARINES part 2



Marine Barracks Fort Bonifacio, Bonifacio Naval Station, Taguig City

Phone Number: (02) 893-2121 loc 935

Mobile Number: (+63) 917-785-6758E-mail: [email protected]

Note: The PMC Mobile Recruitment Team has not in any way announced the application date or release any form. It is our duty to keep you informed here on any news concerning Philippine Marine Corps Recruitment 2021. The time for registration will be communicated to you, shortly.