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2006, June 13.  Air Materiel Wing Savings and Loan Association, Inc., 50th Anniversary

Litho Offset.  Amstar Company, Inc.  Perf. 14

Se-tenant Pairs, Sheets of 40 (4 x 10);  Miniature Sheets of 8 (4 x 2)





Se-tenant Pairs     (60,000)

  7p  Military Family and AMWSLAI Logo 

  7p  Bank Building and AMWSLAI Logo


Miniature Sheets of 8    (5,000)


Design Coordinator: Alma P. Dargantes

Layout / Graphic Artists:  Raymond C. Nolasco, Richard Allen M. Baron


First Day Covers:  Manila



The Air Materiel Wing Savings and Loan Association Inc. (AMWSLAI)

Established in 1956 is the second largest non-stock savings and loan association in the country. Spanning five decades of dependable and committed service to its members, the association has grown into a P12 billion corporation with over 200,000 soldiers and policemen members today. 

AMWSLAI has been instrumental in financing the construction of more than 4,000 housing units in Villamore, Basa and Fernando Air Base and the Signal Village in Taguig and over 1,000 units off-base houses for AFP & PNP members in Cavite. It has also financed the acquisition of more than 5,000 jeepneys and tricycles, 3,000 small business projects like market stalls, auto repair shops, etc. and more than 1,000 agro-livestock ventures. 

In keeping with its social commitment, AMWSLAI regularly supports the activities of the Philippine National Red Cross, the AFP Medical Center, the Philippine Marine Corps Medical Stations, PAF General Hospital and other AFP field hospitals, government and private calamity funds, Filipino veterans and other civic and charity projects. 

As AMWSLAI turns 50, it commits to persevere, to be a partner in providing a better life to soldiers and policemen through affordable financing and to hurdle the challenges ahead and ultimately fulfill AMWSLAI's vision of becoming the country's premiere non-stock savings and loan association.   




  • Banking

  • Military


Articles by Dr. Ngo TiongTak




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