A 1923 photograph of Francisco B. Bautista who joined the U.S. Army's Philippine Scouts in 1922. He was a defender of Bataan in World War II and a survivor of the Bataan Death March.
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Lt. Cesar Basa was onehelluva gorgeous man and – more importantly – an WWII pilot who was one of the seven ace pilots who fought against fifty-four Japanese planes in December 12, 1941, at the...
PSHS - 76th Ord Ammo Co (PS)
Philippine Scouts of the 76th Ord Ammo Co (PS). Left to right - Joel Bais, Domingo Pasaporte, Eliseo Jamolo and Vicente Mejica, all from towns in the Province of Iloilo, Philippines.
Tiano Brothers. (From left) Sgt. Nestor Tiano was killed in action in Bataan on Jan. 23, 1942. 1st Lt. Ronaldo Tiano perished in a plane crash somewhere in Panay on Jan. 24, 1950. He trained as a pilot in Randolph Field in Texas. He fought in Bataan, Visayas and Mindanao during World War II. 2nd Lt. Apollo Tiano was killed in action in the Korean War on June 21, 1952. Tiano Brothers Street used to be Calle Mindanao during the Hispanic and American eras.
Filipinos in the East Bay (Images of America)
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Francisco Panis in the ROTC before being recruited into the Philippine Commonwealth Army. He was 20 years old. Francisco Panis was called to active duty by the Philippine Army shortly before the Japanese attacked in December 1941. He served honorably with his unit, the 23rd Infantry Regiment, as the American and Filipino forces fell back to Bataan Peninsula and held out for four months.
Girls of the Women's Auxiliary Service of Manila, are shown marching...
Girls of the Women's Auxiliary Service of Manila, are shown marching in the Commonwealth Parade. These girls would assist in Red Cross work and the evacuation of refugees in the event of hostilities.