SAF Senior Inspector Max Jim Tria, the Last Man Standing of Mamasapano, Maguindanao Encounter

The Fallen 44 is a Government group of  Special  Action Force Commando, who sacrifice their lives in a corn field in Mamasapano, Maguindanao  while doing their duty to hunt the international terrorist Zulkipli Bin Hiralso known as “Marwan”

After the Mass Mourning and giving tribute and respect for the heroic and bravery of  44 policemen, one of the fallen 44 has been  recognized as “ the last man standing” although all of them considered their Bravery but 0ne policemen fight till the end and never considering himself to surrender.

Senior Inspector Max Jim Tria, a 27-year-old policeman and a member of the “Fallen 44” that was considered as the last man standing in the bloody encounter in  Mamasapano, Maguindanao last Sunday.

Tria, is from Virac, Catanduanes, since he was a child he really dreamed to be a policeman, he was a topnotcher at a sniper school, and had attended Scout Ranger and commando training. He is part of the Philippine National Police Academy Class 2009.

Military offiical , described Tria, as a tiger in the battle field, hes character is he will fight it out and  he will rather die than surrender,” said Brig. Gen. Carlito Galvez, head of the government coordinating committee on the cessation of hostilities.

Gen. Carlito Galvez, said that he met Senior Inspector Max Jim Tria in Basilan when he became Army brigade commander.

Based on information  came from Moro Islamic Liberation Front , Tria was confirmed that the last man that was killed as  a SAF member of the blocking force .
Among  the members of the MILF , the SAF group also encountered the troops of Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters ( BIFF ) , the break - away group from the MILF .
source: GMA