Newly commissioned UOG ROTC graduates enter the Guam National Guard

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2nd. Lt. Jerome Long, recent graduate from the University of Guam’s ROTC program, center, is joined by his family and military leades at a commissioning ceremony at the Guam National Guard Barrigada Complex on May 23. Long will be assigned to the Guam Army National Guard's 1-294th IN REGT (Chamorri Battalion).

Three recent University of Guam ROTC graduates held their commissioning ceremonies at the Guam National Guard on Saturday.

The new lieutenants will start their careers in Guam Army National Guard units.

2nd. Lt. Brandon-Heroshi M. Pablo

2nd. Lt. Brandon-Heroshi M. Pablo, a recent graduate from the University of Guam’s ROTC program, center, is joined by his brother, Sgt. Bryanjerome Pablo, left, and his father, Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) Francis A. Pablo at a commissioning ceremony at the Guam National Guard Barrigada Complex on May 23. Pablo will be assigned to the Guam Army National Guard’s 1-294th IN REGT (Chamorri Battalion).

2nd. Lt. Erbert Santiago

2nd. Lt. Erbert Santiago, a recent graduate from the University of Guam’s ROTC program, gets his rank pinned by his father, Romel Sambilay, left, and his mother, Gina Sambilay, at a commissioning ceremony at the Guam National Guard Barrigada Complex on May 23. Santiago will be assigned to the Guam Army National Guard’s 1224th Engineer Support Company.

2nd. Lt. Jerome Long

2nd. Lt. Jerome Long, recent graduate from the University of Guam’s ROTC program, receives his commission certificate from Maj.Gen. (GU) Esther Aguigui, adjutant general, at a commissioning ceremony at the Guam National Guard Barrigada Complex on May 23. Long will be assigned to the Guam Army National Guard’s  1-294th IN REGT (Chamorri Battalion).