Officers of the 194th Tank Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington.  From the left: Major Ernest Miller, Capt. Clinton Quinlen+, Captain Charles Canby+, Capt. Fred Moffitt, Capt. Bowen*, Capt. Turner*, Capt. John Muir, Lt. Edward Burke, Capt. Hathaway, Lt. Frank Riley, Capt. Ferris Spoor, Lt. Ray Bradford+, Capt. Lymon Johnson, Lt. Arthur Root+, and Lt. Peterson*.

Officers of the 194th Tank Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington. From the left: Major Ernest Miller, Capt. Clinton Quinlen+, Captain Charles Canby+, Capt. Fred Moffitt, Capt. Bowen*, Capt. Turner*, Capt. John Muir, Lt. Edward Burke, Capt. Hathaway, Lt. Frank Riley, Capt. Ferris Spoor, Lt. Ray Bradford+, Capt. Lymon Johnson, Lt. Arthur Root+, and Lt. Peterson*.

by Luminita D. Saviuc “We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and—in spite of True Romance magazines—we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely—at least, not all the time—but essentially, and finally, alone. This…

by Luminita D. Saviuc “We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and—in spite of True Romance magazines—we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely—at least, not all the time—but essentially, and finally, alone. This…

Marshall Minnesota Hospital Nursing Pin - Yahoo Image Search Results

Marshall Minnesota Hospital Nursing Pin - Yahoo Image Search Results

FILIPINO TROOPS training with a 37-mm. antitank gun M3. As a result of the war warning to all overseas garrisons on 27 November 1941, the U.S. forces in the Philippines went on a full war alert. Over a period of years the Japanese had collected a valuable store of information about the Philippines and planned to occupy the Philippine Islands, eliminating all U.S. troops there.

FILIPINO TROOPS training with a 37-mm. antitank gun M3. As a result of the war warning to all overseas garrisons on 27 November 1941, the U.S. forces in the Philippines went on a full war alert. Over a period of years the Japanese had collected a valuable store of information about the Philippines and planned to occupy the Philippine Islands, eliminating all U.S. troops there.

In this picture, the POWs at Omine Machi Camp are shown.  Pfc. William Hauser and Pvt. Ralph Shaffer of B company were prisoners in the camp.  Sgt. Owen Sandmire and Pvt. Ed DeGroot of A Company were also POWs in the camp.

In this picture, the POWs at Omine Machi Camp are shown. Pfc. William Hauser and Pvt. Ralph Shaffer of B company were prisoners in the camp. Sgt. Owen Sandmire and Pvt. Ed DeGroot of A Company were also POWs in the camp.

Army nurses rescued from Santo Tomas 1945h - Nursing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Army nurses rescued from Santo Tomas 1945h - Nursing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Captain Ben Ewing King served as a Captain and Battery Commander on Corregidor (Harbor Defenses of Manila and Subic Bays) for over ten months immediately prior to the War.   He retired September 14, 1947 as a Lt Colonel Coast Artillery Corps. Lt Colonel King is interred at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

Captain Ben Ewing King served as a Captain and Battery Commander on Corregidor (Harbor Defenses of Manila and Subic Bays) for over ten months immediately prior to the War. He retired September 14, 1947 as a Lt Colonel Coast Artillery Corps. Lt Colonel King is interred at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

The USS Rochester lays on the bottom of Subic Bay.

The USS Rochester lays on the bottom of Subic Bay.

US Army nurses photographed when being awarded the Bronze Stars by General Denit on Leyte Island. The Angels of Bataan were, in regards to modern history, the largest group of women in combat and the largest group of women taken as prisoners of war.

US Army nurses photographed when being awarded the Bronze Stars by General Denit on Leyte Island. The Angels of Bataan were, in regards to modern history, the largest group of women in combat and the largest group of women taken as prisoners of war.

The Cabanatuan American Memorial was erected by the survivors of the Bataan Death March and the prisoner of war camp at Cabanatuan in the Philippines during World War II.  It is located at the site of the camp and honors those Americans and Filipinos who died during their internment. The American Battle Monuments Commission, recognizing the significance of this memorial, accepted responsibility for its operation and maintenance in 1989.

The Cabanatuan American Memorial was erected by the survivors of the Bataan Death March and the prisoner of war camp at Cabanatuan in the Philippines during World War II. It is located at the site of the camp and honors those Americans and Filipinos who died during their internment. The American Battle Monuments Commission, recognizing the significance of this memorial, accepted responsibility for its operation and maintenance in 1989.

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