ACT Garut Receives Award at TNI's 76th Anniversary Celebration

Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) attended the 76th TNI Anniversary celebration and became one of the institutions that received an award from the Garut Military District Command 0611. ACT received the award because of its contribution to the community, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Deni Iskandar
Lieut. Col. Czi Dr. Deni Iskandar from Garut Military District Command 0611 hands over the award to a representative of ACT Garut. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, GARUT REGENCY – On October 5, 2021, Indonesian National Military (TNI) commemorated the 76th-anniversary ceremony. Every year, TNI units hold ceremonies at all district and city level headquarters.

In Garut Regency, the commemoration of the 76th TNI Anniversary was held at the front yard of Military District Command 0611 on Jalan Veteran No.1, Pakuwon, Karangpawitan District. This event also invited several non-governmental organizations (NGOs), including Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT).

On this occasion, ACT received an award from Garut Military District Command 0611 for its contribution to the community, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Lieut. Col. Czi Dr. Deni Iskandar handed over the award directly.

 

"As a sign of appreciation to Forum Komunikasi Relawan Garut (FKRG), we give awards on the 76th anniversary of the TNI to several Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and affiliated communities. Thank you for ACT, Tagana, Rebana, and others, for being dedicated and contributing to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in Garut," said Lieutenant Colonel Deni on Tuesday (10/5/2021).

Branch Manager of ACT Garut Mochamad Dani Ramdani attended the invitation to the 76th TNI Anniversary Ceremony and received the award. “Alhamdulillah, this is a gift for ACT Garut even though it has only been operating for one year. We are happy and grateful for the support and prayers from the residents of Garut Regency, “explained Dani.

ACT Garut is ready to support and collaborate with the TNI in solving humanitarian problems. "Hopefully, we can carry out this collaboration in the future, both during the pandemic or after the pandemic," said Dani. []