TikTok video ng mga sundalo na tumatawa, masayang sumakay sa C-130 bago ang trahedya, viral na

TikTok video ng mga sundalo na tumatawa, masayang sumakay sa C-130 bago ang trahedya, viral na

- TikTok videos that were taken by one of the survivors of the C-130 crash have gone viral

- They showed the soldiers laughing and at a happy state before they rode the plane

- A video taken from inside the plane was also on TikTok and all of their laughter just showed that they do not have an idea of what was about to come

- The survivor said that his kin even thought that he was among those who died, but he also took to TikTok to inform his relatives that he is alive

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In the 24 Oras report by Marisol Abdurahman, it was revealed that Private First Class Nathaniel Bongcayao had several TikTok videos that showed the events that transpired on the ground, at the time that the soldiers were boarding the C-130 plane.

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Tiktok video ng mga sundalo na tumatawa, masayang sumakay sa C-130 bago ang trahedya, viral na
Philippine Air Force personnel salute next to a newly-acquired C-130T cargo plane from the US, during a hand-over ceremony at a military base in Manila on October 24, 2016. (Photo by TED ALJIBE/AFP).
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In the video that was taken during the boarding process and on the plane, the soldiers could be seen laughing and their laughter could be heard as well.

"Sobrang saya ng mga mukha namin doon. Kasiyahan po talaga," said Bongcayao.

He then appealed to his colleagues.

"Pasensya na kayo. Kahit gusto ko kayong matulungan noon, hindi ko magawa kasi ako sa sarili ko nahirapan din ako noong panahon na 'yon," Bangcayao said.

"Sana 'wag kayong magalit sa akin kasi kung mayroon lang ako magawa noong panahon na 'yon, buhay kayo ngayon," he said in GMA's 24 Oras.

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The Philippine Air Force has had assets that figured in accidents resulting in loss of lives. In many cases, the assets involved choppers that include the aging Huey helicopters, though the most recent involved an S-70i Black Hawk, which caused the demise of all of the six military officers and personnel on board.

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Last year, a Sikorsky ambulance helicopter belonging to the Philippine Air Force crashed in Basilan. The chopper is used to transport wounded soldiers from their assigned areas to hospitals in big cities nearby. A witness said that the chopper was about to crash directly into heavily populated areas but the pilots managed to swing the aircraft away. Many saw the soldiers warning people on the ground and waving them off. All four military officers and personnel aboard the ambulance chopper perished.

Most of those who enter military service in the Philippines are ordinary citizens but recently, dozens of celebrities have also joined. One of them is Arci Muñoz, who shared that she trained and graduated as a reservist of the Philippine Air Force. The actress took to social media to flaunt her uniform as she started her physical training on June 12 of last year. She also shared a video giving some glimpses of the first day of her training. Being the latest woman and celebrity to undergo the said training, Arci encouraged other females to enlist as well.

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