Profile: Major General Jeffrey F. Delgado, PAF Commanding General
The assertion being circulated by Randall Echanis and Rafael Baylosis of the NDF that they were denied access to visit Benito and Wilma Tiamzon at the PNP Custodial Center without an explanation is not true.
The recognition of the independence of the Philippines on July 4, 1946 marked the formal establishment of Philippine-U.S. bilateral relations. On that day, President Manuel Roxas and the first U.S. Ambassador Paul V. McNutt (who was the last U.S. High Commissioner) signed the Philippine-U.S. Treaty of General Relations, which came into force on October 22, 1946. The U.S. Military Bases Agreement was signed on March 14, 1947, and a Mutual Defense Treaty which is still in force was signed on August 30, 1951.
Honors conferred on United States Presidents and first ladies by the Philippine government.
U.S. Vice Presidents represented American Presidents usually to attend the inauguration of Philippine Presidents as well as to represent American Presidents during their other visits.
Addresses made by Philippine and U.S. presidents to Congress.
The state, official, and working visits of Philippine and U.S. heads of state reflect the strong and enduring relations between the two countries.
Sa nakalipas na halos apat na taon, nakamit natin ang positibong bunga ng ating mabuting pamamahala. Sa mga huling yugto ng ating termino, nawa’y patuloy tayong humakbang sa iisang direksyon. Tiwala ako sa patuloy na pakikibalikat ng Hukbong Himpapawid; sa walang pagod ninyong pagbabantay sa ating teritoryo, sa buong-giting ninyong pagprotekta sa ating kababayan mula sa masasamang elemento at anumang delubyo, at sa pakikihakbang ninyo upang gawing permanente ang tinatamasa nating malawakang transpormasyon sa lipunan.