While her husband's history in serving the US Air Force may not be as popular in news sites as her dual citizenship, Grace Poe has already admitted it as far back as 2013.
Senator Grace Poe has already admitted her husband's involvement in the US Air Force in a 2013 interview with Pep, an online entertainment news site.
The article said: "Early’90s nang matapos si Neil sa U.S. Air Force at nagkaroon ng pagkakataon na tapusin ang kolehiyo sa George Washington University in Washington D.C."
(It was early 90s when Neil finished his service in the US Air Force and had an opportunity to finish college at the George Washington University in Washington DC.)
Old Story Renewed
Last April 7, the story has resurfaced after an online news site published a report regarding Teodoro Misael Daniel Vera Llamanzares's service to the American flag.
After being cornered by reporters to respond to an online report, presidential aspirant Senator Grace Poe admitted that her husband served in the US Air Force.
Daniel Llamanzares enlisted in the US Air Force from 1988 to 1992, according to Open Source Investigations.
Poe was quick to dismiss her husband's enlistment, calling it a non-issue. Prior to this, it's been widely known that Daniel is a natural born US citizen, albeit plans to renounce his American roots for his wife's politics.
Rappler reported that Daniel ranked as a Senior Airman or Sergeant in the US Air Force.