GENERAL ORDERSSUBJECT
General Order No. 11
December 4, 2009
Directing The Armed Forces Of The Philippines And The Philippine National Police To Prevent And Suppress Lawless Violence And Acts Of Rebellion In The Province Of Maguindano (Except For Certain Areas) Pursuant To Proclamation No. 1959 Dated 4 December 2009
General Order No. 10
May 12, 2008
Granting Executive Clemency To Nine Officers Of The Armed Forces Of The Philippines Who Pleaded Guilty To And Were Convicted Of Coup D’etat For Their Participation In The 27 July 2003 Oakwood Incident.
General Order No. 9
December 18, 2007
Granting Executive Clemency To Fifty-Three Officers Of The Armed Forces Of The Philippines Who Pleaded Guilty And Were Convicted Of Violation Of Article 97 Of The Articles Of War (Conduct Prejudicial To Good Order And Military Discipline) For Their Participation In The 27 July 2003 Failed Mutiny
General Order No. 8
October 15, 2007
Ensuring Priority Development Support For Local Peace Initiatives
General Order No. 7
August 13, 2007
Security Directives Related To Basilan/sulu Battles
General Order No. 5
February 24, 2006
Directing the Armed Forces of the Philippines in the Face of National Emergency, to Maintain Public Peace, Order and Safety and to Prevent and Suppress Lawless Violence
General Order No. 1
May 1, 2001
Directing the Armed Forces of the Philippines and The Philippine National Police to Suppress the Rebellion in the National Capital Region
General Order No. 15
October 15, 1972
Prohibition of Ostentatious Display of Wealth and Extravagance
General Order No. 13
September 30, 1972
Cleanliness Drive of the New Society
General Order No. 12
September 30, 1972
Jurisdiction of Military Tribunals
General Order No. 11
September 30, 1972
Increase Rates of Monthly Base Pay of Commissioned Officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
General Order No. 10
September 30, 1972
Increased Rates of Monthly Quarters Allowance of Enlisted Personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
General Order No. 9
September 28, 1972
Warning on the Posible Abuse to be Committed on Foreign Visitors
General Order No. 8
September 27, 1972
Creation of Military Tribunals
General Order No. 7-A
September 30, 1972
Additional List of Those Allowed to Carry Firearms
General Order No. 7
September 23, 1972
Person Allowed to Carry Firearms
General Order No. 6
September 22, 1972
Ban on Firearms
General Order No. 5
September 22, 1972
Ban on Group Assemblies Including Strikes and Picketing in Vital Industries
General Order No. 4
September 22, 1972
Observance and Enforcement of Curfew Hours
General Order No. 3
September 22, 1972
Continuous Operation of Goverment Offices Under Their Present Officers and Employees; defenition of Cases to be Handled by the Judiciary
General Order No. 2-A
September 26, 1972
Arrest of Certain Criminals
General Order No. 1
September 22, 1972
Proclamation of President Ferdinand E. Marcos That He Will Govern the Nation and Direct the Operation of the Entire Government