|43rd Chief of Staff
of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
December 12, 2011 – January 17, 2013
|President||Benigno Aquino III|
|Preceded by||Gen. Eduardo Oban Jr.|
|Succeeded by||Gen. Emmanuel Bautista|
January 20, 1957 |
|Alma mater||Philippine Military Academy|
|Allegiance||Republic of the Philippines|
|Commands||Chief of Staff, AFP
AFP Northern Luzon Command
PA 2nd Infantry Division
Special Operations Task Group Sulu
SRU Presidential Security Group
General Jessie Dellosa was the Chief of staff of the Philippine Armed Forces. He was a military officer, the Northern Luzon Command (NolCom) commander. His other post prior to being Northern Luzon commander include: Commanding General of the 2nd Infantry Division, Deputy Commander of Central Command in Visayas, Commandant of Cadets at the Philippine Military Academy. On December 12, 2011, President Benigno Aquino III picked Dellosa as his AFP chief.
Dellosa was born in Bacon, Sorsogon and grew up in Lucena City where he finished his elementary and secondary education. As a military officer, his other positions prior to his post as Northern Luzon Command (NolCom) commander include: Commanding General of the 2nd Infantry Division, Deputy Commander of Central Command in Visayas, Commandant of Cadets at the Philippine Military Academy.
Dellosa is a member of Philippine Military Academy “Matapat” Class of 1979. He was the commander of the NolCom prior to his appointment as chief of staff.
AFP Chief of staff
On December 12, 2011, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III appointed Dellosa as chief of the Philippine Armed Forces. The president, in introducing his new Military Chief, said, "He is a true warrior... General Dellosa, do not turn your back on the mandate of the people” 
War against Corruption
Armed Forces Chief Jessie D. Dellosa has declared an “all-out war against graft and corruption” during the change of command ceremony at Camp Aguinaldo on December 12, 2011. He said that, “An all-out war against graft and corruption and against few organizational misfits will free us from the seemingly never-ending corruption issue in the military,” 
Eduardo Oban Jr.
|Chief of staff of
the Philippine Armed Forces
2011 - 2013
Emmanuel T. Bautista