Duterte Naantig Ang Damdamin Sa Kabayanihan Ni Dhan Ryan Bayot - Daily Buzz PH


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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Duterte Naantig Ang Damdamin Sa Kabayanihan Ni Dhan Ryan Bayot

The tale of ‘Bayot’ broke a great deal of hearts for his heroic act and valor in his act to by some means save the Marawi individuals from terror within the hands of the extremists and surely, his heroism will leave a mark within the history of the siege.

The ill-fated and heart-breaking story of a soldier in Marawi was shared by the Facebook page The Sibugay Express (SibEx).

“Bombahin na lang ninyo ang place ko Sir!” (Just bomb my place Sir!)

These precisely had been the phrases of the 24-year-old hero Private First Class Dhan Ryan Bayot before he got killed.

The team of Bayot has nine troopers from the 51st Infantry Batallion.

His group was assigned in a detachment around the 2nd day of the siege in the Barangay Lilod. They were located there according to the request of the town mayor for his home was also there.

But unfortunately, the house of the mayor was currently taken by the militants and no one understands how.

In accordance to some survivor, they were fired with gun shots whatsoever path and not long sufficient, five from his comrades received killed by the rain of bullets.

Three of his troopers was in a position to get away but the 1 ultimately died and the other two have been harm and injured.

Left on your own within the location surrounded by the militants, he smelt death than rescue. Fueled with this kind of presence of mind, he stated to his commander, “Bombahin na lang ninyo ang place ko Sir!”

With that, the militants will also get strike from the bombs.

His father, Sgt. Larry Bayot, of the Division Reconnaissance Business from the 1st Infantry Division, was one of these who retrieved his lifeless body along with his other five dead companions, four days after the incident.

And that's when they have discovered out his son’s death is not by a bullet. His face was deformed and he got a deep slash in the neck, at this kind of, was a barbarous end.

“To a soldier , it is always a ‘do-or-die but never-question-why’ attitude.”

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