Corporal John M. Mikolajczyk, 31st Infantry, 3rd Battalion. One of 7 sons from Oakfield, NY. Served in the Philippines from 1937 until his death at Cabanatuan in August of 1942.
S/Sgt. Joseph Hrupcho, C Company, 192nd Tank Battalion. He was one of the last two surviving National Guard members of C Company. Joseph Hrupcho passed away on October 16, 2010, in North Carolina.
April 14, marked the 70th anniversary of the 194th Company C Tank Battalion luncheon at the Elks Lodge Salinas. The last local survivors of the Bataan death march, Roy Diaz and Norman Rose of San Jose, came. Manuel Nevarez of Sparks, Nev. was unable to come.
192nd Tank Battalion Co. C
June 21, 1944. Artillerymen, 1st U.S. Infantry Division, receiving their first news from home since D-Day.
The 31st Division was one of the ten reserve infantry divisions of the Philippine Commonwealth Army. Its jurisdictions were the East Central Luzon, including the provinces of Bataan and Zambales.
44th Infantry Regiment (PS)
Saipan, 1944. Men of co. A 105th infantry regiment found a Japanese baby in a cave filled with dead civilians who committed suicide. New Dramatic Photos Thread (READ 1st POST) - Page 6
31st Inf. Reg, Philippines 1941
Pictures of soldiers in the Philippines during WWII by Filipino artist Daniel Dizon