Filipinos WW11 US Military Service

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AUS- Army of the United States

BNR-Body Not Recovered

BR-Body Recovered

DOW- Died of Wounds

DSC-Distinguished Service Cross (54 recipients)

KIA-Killed in Action

MIA-Missing in Action

POW-Prisoner of War

PA Philippine Army, part of the United States.Armed Forces

PS-Philippine Scout, part of the United States Armed Forces

SWA-Seriously wounded in action by missile

USAFFE United States Armed Forces of the Far East; organized 12/1941 commanded by Gen Douglas MacArthur beginning 7/26/1941

WAS- Women’s Auxiliary Service



Units established in the United States -1st Filipino Inf Bn, 1st Filipino Inf Regt (“Laging Una”), 2nd Filipino Inf Bn, 2nd Filipino Inf Regt, 5217 Recon Bn, 5218th Recon Co and 978th Signal Service Co

Ist Recon Bn (“Come What May”)




Eulogio Dabin * Filipino Inf Regt

Abelardo Dabu # Pampanga Hukbalahap guerrilla

Fidel De Leon Dabu Navy

Emiliano Dacio Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Isidoro D. Dacquel ** MSgt 1st Reconn Bn

Marciano R. Daelto # Tsgt 1st Reconn Bn of Paoay Ilocos norte Philippines

Dagan Pvt 57th Inf Co D PS

Emel Daguio born 1/2/1925; died 3/20/1997; buried Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery; SSgt Army; also a Korean &Vietnam Wars veteran

Gregorio Dahilig # POW Civilian Source:

Francisco Castillo Dahilig born 7/25/1905; died 1/1/1984 Los Angeles California; buried Riverside National Cemetery; Ck2 US Navy

Juan F. Dahilig born 12/24/1906; died 8/31/1988; buried National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific; MSgt Army; also a Korean War veteran

Martin R. Dajutoy Pvt Troop C 26th Cavalry PS

Buenaventura B. Dalao ** born 1898 Philippines; enlisted 7/16/1942; resident of Los Angeles Ca

Esteban B. Dalao born 1888; died 3/11/1952; buried Arlington Cemetery; Col 1st Pilipino commissioned in the Philippine Scouts (1912) WW11 POW

Vicente Buado Dalao ** born 9/16/1896 Agoo La Union Philippines; died 12/10/1960; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery military 10/5/1942-5/6/1943

also, a WW1 veteran Pfc 21 Prov Co 1st Hawaiian Inf 7/1/1918-6/21/1919

Theodore A. Daligdig Jr, Navy (Ret. Army Captain); father of Col (Ret) Theodore "Ted" Daligdig, 3rd Director State of Hawaii Education & Health Programs

Thomas Daleno Daligdig born 7/31/1906; died 7/11/1948; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; SSgt Army

Eliseo Justo Dalipe Army

Juan Dalipe Army

Juanito Dalisay born 9/1/1914 Rosales Pangasinan; died 1/3/2005 Alameda California; served 1941-1965 Death March & POW

Conrado Damasco

Eddie C. Damaso born 4/22/1912 Morong Rizal Philippines; died 4/27/2003 Mercy Medical Center; buried Linwood Cemetey Dubuque Iowa Army 1st Filipino Infantry post-war: retired (1977) chef California Tech Institute

Jose Damazo Sgt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Bartolome Reyes Dampitan Navy; S2c Casualty; from General P. Alvarez Noveleta Cavite

Antonio Dana Filipino Inf Regt

Virgilio Danao

Clodoaldo F. Villasenor Danding Army

Sergio S. Danganan Army

Alejo Dano Pvt Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Ceferino B. Dans 3rd Lt. Inf 41st Engr Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Dante # Commander Bulacan & Pampanga Hukbalahap guerrilla

Consuelo Daog * Filipino Inf Regt

Bibiano Dapulang born 1901 Philippines; died 4/7/1942; MIA KIA; Distinguished Service Cross (for 10/10/1942); Army Pfc Co E 57th Inf Regt (PS); SS# issued Hawaii

Placido Dapulang born 4/4/1894 Philippines; MIA died 6/10/1942 Army Tec5; SS# issued Hawaii

Macario Darusin Navy Casualty STM2c; from Botolan Zambales

Angel Dasig Army

Antonio David born San Fernando Pampanga; Cpt

Cornelio Serafica David Pfc Troop C 26th Cavalry PS; later SSgt born 9/16/1904; died 1/30/1981; buried Golden Gate Nat. Cemetery San Bruno Ca

Jose Pinco David Navy Casualty 12/19/1941; S2c; from Naic Cavite

Norberto David born San Fernando Pampanga; architect

Rudolph B. Davila born 4/27/1916 El Paso, Texas; died 1/26/2002 Vista California; buried Arlington Cemetery; Military Service: 5/20/1944-5/17/1950 Army 1st Lt. Military Awards: Purple Heart, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, American Campaign Medal, WW11 Victory Medal, Combat Infanryman Badge, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) for extraordinary heroism in action by saving 130 U.S. soldiers on 5/28/1944 near Artena, Italy when he was a SSgt 7th Infantry Division Co H; also received a chest wound & right arm was paralyzed in another incident in Vosges Mountains, France while storming a German tank; Medal of Honor (6/2000) after Hawaii Senator Daniel Akaka secured a Congressional mandated review of records for Asian- Americans who had earned DSC Civilian career: Master’s Degree USC, LA; retired teacher Parents: Pilipina mother; Spanish father Source of some of the info:

Joaquin Davilla 2nd Lt Inf 41st Engr Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Alfred Dayacos * Filipino Inf Regt

Ignacio Daylo * enlistment

Domingo Dayrit Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Domingo T. Deacosta 1st Lt. 41st Engr Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Apolinar De Castro 23rd Field Artillery Regt (PS) Battery A

Simplicio De Castro Cpt Silver Star

Vicente De Castro OS3c Navy Casualty 12/7/1941 from Batangas

Abelardo De Dios Col. Pampanga guerrilla

Eleuterio C. De Dios born 5/26/1919 Dulag Leyte; died 10/2/2004 Philippines; was a resident of Mountain View California; enlisted 2/1941 Hdqtrs & Hdqtrs Battery 24th Field Artillery (PS) Death March, POW; postwar: degree Banking & Finance worked for Philippine Ministry of Labor & Employment; Philippine Police

Potenciano Dee

Gregorio De Gracia KIA USAFFE 3rd Lt. Distinguished Service Cross (posthumous)

Juanito De Gracia * Filipino Inf Regt

Simeon De Jesus # Brig Gen Chief of the Military Intelligence Service USAFFE; guerrilla; arrested & imprisoned in Ft Santiago1944; executed

Jose DeGuzman died 1/10/1943; Chief Officer’s Cook submarine Casualty USS Argonaut (SS166) near Rabaul sunk by surface attack Award: Purple Heart

Martin Dela Calzada Pfc later Sgt Troop C 26th Cavalry PS also was in Troop B born 3/3/1914; died 7/10/2007 buried Holy Cross Cath Cemetery Colma Ca (Jose, his son was buried @ Ft. Stotsenburg Phil 3/24/1939)

Leonardo Dela Cerna

Antonio Dela Concepcion Army

Horacio De la Costa, Rev. Father, S.J. (CIVILIAN) born 5/9/1916 Mauban Quezon; died 3/20/1977; buried Jesuit Novitiate Compound, Novaliches, Quezon City; POW @ Ft. Santiago for 2 months for assisting the resistance movement against Japanese occupation by bringing food to the Pilipino & American guerrillas, prewar: ordained 3/24/1924; Ph.D. History Harvard University 1951; postwar: Medal of Freedom award, 1946 (U.S. highest civilian award, now known as the Presidential Medal of Freedom); Philippines Provincial Superior S.J. 1965-1970; Father General Assistant in Rome 1975; taught @ Ateneo, Sacred Heart, University of London; author of Philippine history books; Hall in Ateneo named in his honor

Celestino Dela Cruz

Eugenio Dela Cruz

Filomeno Dela Cruz

Florencio Dela Cruz Casualty 3/1/1942 Navy Cook 1c resident of 901 Buendia Tondo Manila

Hilario P. Dela Cruz born 5/26/1909; died 8/4/1997; buried Libsong Catholic Cemetery Lingayen Pangasinan; Army Pfc

Jacinto Dela Cruz Pfc Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Jeremias Dela Cruz Cpl Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Jose Dela Cruz

Lorenzo Kilala De la Cruz born 8/10/1909 Philippines; died 10/15/1996; buried Old Municipal Cemetery Camiling Tarlac Philippines, SSgt. Army; also listed in the Long time or retired railroad worker Source: Social Security Death Index

Manuel Dela Cruz Pfc Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Nick Dela Cruz # CWO 26th Cavalry PS "wounded and lost his horse during the charge; p/u by a chaplain on the way to Bataan" msg #45 by Maj. Fred Foz

Pablo Dela Cruz 1/18/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine Messman ship- Norvana; from Manila Philippines

Salvador Dela Cruz * Filipino Inf Regt

Victor "Vic" Dela Cruz Sgt Maj 57th Inf (PS); POW

Vincent Dela Cruz * Filipino Inf Regt

Zoe B Dela Cruz born Philippines; POW

Napoleon Dela Cuesta

Jose J. Dela Paz Army

Eugenio Dela Pena Sgt Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Mariano Dela Pena Navy Casualty 6/27/1942; Signalman 1c from Caridad Cavite

Rodrigo Dela Pena * Filipino Inf Regt

Anacleto Dela Rama 5/29/1942 POW Casualty; Navy Steward 3c from Daraga Albay

Carmelo Delaries * Filipino Inf Regt

Alfonso De la Rosa # commander Manila Hukbalahap guerrilla

Broceio G. Dela Vega Pfc Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Antonio "Tony" del Castillo born 1928 Vigan Ilocos Sur (PS); re-enlisted Army 830/1946

Arcenio Del Castillo born Philippines POW

Jose Del Castillo born Philippines POW

Joel Del Cordero

Graciano Elizalde Delda Army

Fred De Leon

Isaac De Leon born 1928 Philippines 2nd Battalion 121st Infantry PA

Jose "Dimasalang" De Leon # Nueva Ecija Hukbalahap guerrilla

Jose Seoane De Leon Army

Longeno Deleon Pfc Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Florencio Deles born 1919 Philippines; died 2008 Philippines

Gregorio A. Del Espiritu Santo Army

Balerico G. Delfin Army

Manuel V. Delfin Army

Fortunato Delgado died 7/9/1942; POW KIA; Navy Fireman 1c from 75 David Rizal Phil

Bautista Deligero born 6/24/1909 Philippines; died 11/1988 Philippines; from Maasin Leyte 57th Inf (PS) SS# issued Hawaii

Francisco Delos Reyes Navy Officer’s Steward 3c POW from Palma Lucena Tayabas Philippines

Alfonso Delos Santos born 1914

Anselmo Delos Santos ST2c Navy Casualty from 6 Gen Luna St Nagcarlan Laguna

B. Delos Santos Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Ceferino S. Delos Santos Jr. Army

Jose Delos Santos Sgt Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Agapito Del Rosario POW Ft Santiago; executed 1942 for refusal to swear allegiance to Japanese flag; pre-war Mayor Angeles Pampanga

Aurelio Del Rosario * Filipino Inf Regt

Eduardo Del Rosario Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Eugenio B. Del Rosario Army

Tito Del Valle died 8/2/1942 Ft McKinley Philippines; Casualty

Timoteo P. Demen Army

Carlos Madrid Demetrio Army

Jesus C. Demorito Army

Calixto Deocampo ** born 1/21/1900; Casualty 5/6/1942; Navy Steward 3c; from Subic Zambales

Emmanuel De Ocampo Col

Quintin De Ocampo Cpl Troop C 26th Cavalry PS

Jorge R. Deperio Army

Isidro Derain STM2c Navy Casualty 3/1/1942; from Manila Blvd Caridad Cavite

Elliot Desoto Sfc 12th Signal Co (PS)

Boleriano Desuacido* Filipino Inf Regt

Leonardo V. De Torres # born 1926 Laguna Philippines; guerilla

Elpidio M. De Vega born Philippines Casualty 5/24/1943 ship- Stanvac Manila Merchant Marine Cook

Agripino De Vera Pvt Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Antonio De Vera Pfc Troop C 26th Cavalry PS

Robert Campos Devera ** born 6/25/1962 Philippines died 6/30/1962 buried Tulare Ca

Ricardo Devilla 91st Coast Artillery (PS) Command Sgt Maj ;post war: resident of Dupont Washington


Flaviano M. Diala Qtr. Master Det

William Diama * Filipino Inf Regt

Antonio Diamo * Filipino Inf Regt

Alfredo Diaz # born 1917 Philippines; Defense of Bataan; escaped Death March

Conrado C. Diaz 2nd Lt Inf 41st Mt Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Florencio Diaz Pfc Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Joe C. Diaz # Cpl 1st Reconn Bn of Paoay Ilocos Norte Philippines

Juan Diaz born 5/6/1910 Philippines; died 3/1/1942 Casualty Navy Steward’s Mate 1c; resident of Tayug Pangasinan; SS# issued Hawaii

Marcelo Diaz born 1/11/1896 Philippines; died 5/51942 Casualty; Navy Officer’s Steward 3c; resident of Minglanilla, Cebu Philippines; SS# issued Hawaii


Ramon Valero Diaz born 10/13/1918 Sampaloc Manila; inducted 8/30/1941 Infantry Officer Co K 3rd Bn 41st Inf Regt 41st Div under Gen Vicente Lim USAFFE; Bataan Death March & POW Capas until 9/2/1942 when paroled as a "sick parolee" Cpt FilAmerican Irregular Troop FAIT guerilla (1/1/1944); reverted to Phil commonwealth Army 5/15/1945; military decorations: U.S. & Phil Presidential Unit Citations w/ 2 oak leaf clusters & the Phil Presidential Military Merit Medal; postwar career: Ret. Cpt, JAGD, Phil Army (11/8/1951); rec Phil Military Merit Medal moved to Guam with wife and ten children; Judge of the Superior Court of Guam 1980 until retirement in 1994; Education: Ph.B, Bachelor of Philosophy and Letters (1940) & LL.B. Bachelor of Laws (1941) U.S.T; U.S. Army Judge Advocate Gen's Sch, University of Michigan (7/30/1945-9/22/1945 as 1st Lt.); husband of Josefina de la Concepcion. Source: 3/17/2010 e-mail to M.E. Embry by Mariles Diaz Benavente

Ramon Diaz on 11/12/2005 at a gathering on the Ateneo de Manila University campus at Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 15 men were enshrined in the Ateneo Heroes Memorial. Among the deceased honorees are those who fought in Bataan and walked the Death March -- Antonio Vinluan, Philip Buencamino, Antonio Nieva, Ramon Pamintuan, Oscar Coscolluela and Ramon Diaz, who was tortured by the Japanese for being a member of an intelligence cell that relayed information about the Japanese to the Americans in Australia through the interned Jesuits. Source:

Vicente C. Diccion Sgt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Lucio Dimaano # born 1921 Batangas Philippines

Placido C. Dimaano Ck3c Navy; Casualty 2/28/1945 from Antipolo

Sosimo Dimalanta* Filipino Inf Regt

William Dimalanta born 1918 New York; died 2/14/2004 San Mateo California; Coast Guard; post-war employed @ Good Year Tire & Rubber Co.

Leoncio Villa Dimaola Ck2c Navy Casualty 12/10/1941; from Indang Cavite

Alfredo M. Dimayuga 1st Lt. MC 41st Inf 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Delfin Dimayuga 1st Lt. DC 41st Inf 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Dominador F. Dinglasan 1st Lt CE 41st Mt Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)

Daniel Dingcong Cpl Army 314759 MIA 7/4/1942

Eminiano Dingcong Pfc Troop C 26th Cavalry PS # 6613057 MIA 03/31/1946

Julius Directo * Filipino Inf Regt

Primo G. Dizon died 1985; (PS) discharged Okinawa

Amando Domael OCk3c Navy Casualty 9/15/1942; from Villabe Leyte

Tomas Domaoal C/S 41st Division of Gen Lim

Alexander Domdoma * Filipino Inf Regt

Primitivo Dominguez 3rd Lt. Inf 41st Engr Bn 41st Div (Source: Special Order #176 dated 8/3/1941 from Commonwealth of the Philippines by command of Maj Gen Valdes calling reserve officers to active duty effective 8/28/1941, a copy given by Mariles, daughter of retired Guam SC Judge Ramon V. Diaz to M.E. Embry 3/2010)


Baldwin Domingo* born 1926 Maui, Hawaii; Air Force Intelligence officer post war 3-termer State Representative New Hampshire, District 5 Strafford County; College professor; Education: University of the Philippines, 1956; Ohio University, 1965; University of New Hampshire, 1970

Emilio Domingo * Filipino Inf Regt

Felix E. Domingo Pvt Troop C 26th Cavalry PS

Francisco Domingo died 11/4/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine Utility; ship-William Clark; from Manila Philippines

Benito Dominquiz Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Diomedes Domulot Pvt Troop F 26th Cavalry PS

Ricardo Dones born Philippines; died 6/2/1942 Casualty POW Navy Seaman 2c; from Tanza Cavite

Antonio Duaman Ck3c Navy Casualty; from Barraca St. Villasis Pangasinan

Antonio Umel Ducusin STM3c Navy; Casualty; from Caba, La Union

Juan S. Ducusin Pvt Troop C 26th Cavalry PS

Proseso Ducusing born 6/17/1904; died 4/13/1942; Army Pvt MIA Casualty; SS# issued Hawaii

Dominador Duena born Philippines; died 1942; POW Casualty; Navy Fireman 1c; from Dumangas, Iloilo

Magdaleno Sanchez Dueñas born 1914; died 2/27/2005 California; served 101st Inf; then joined the guerillas; was captured, but able to escape; part of the team that freed 10 American POWs in Davao; immigrated to the U.S. in 1991; became a victim of a Richmond California scam that took advantaged of Filvets; became an activist for Filvets rights info sent by Mr Nestor Palugod Enriquez to M.E. Embry via e-mail

Manuel Capati Duff died 6/15/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine; Messman ship-Tillie Lykes; from San Pedro Makati, Philippines

Pedro Duguran * Filipino Inf Regt

George Dulay * Filipino Inf Regt

Felix Samaco Dulog OCk3c Navy Casualty; from &P Burgos Cavite

Jesus Dulumpinis * Filipino Inf Regt

Geoffray Dumaguit born 10/18/1918; died 8/27/2007 Cathedral City California; buried Skylawn Memorial Park San Mateo Ca; SFC, 14th Engrs Bn Co B (PS); enlisted 3/1941 machine gunner; Death March survivor; also served Korean War; retired 1961; military decorations: Bronze Star, Purple Heart, POW Medal, American Defense Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, WWII Victory Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, UN Service Medal, Phil Defense Medal, Phil Liberation Medal, Presidential Unit Emblem, & Phil Republic Citation

Serapin Dumaneus * Filipino Inf Regt

Marcelino D. Dumaoal Pvt Troop E 26th Cavalry PS

Ben Dumaran * Filipino Inf Regt

Tranquilino Dogomio Dumdum STM1c Navy Casualty from Toboso Escalante Occidental Negros

Agaton Dumlao # died 12/31/1944 Casualty Ft McKinley Philippines

Amador L Dumlao born 11/2/1914; died 11/8/1968; buried Rock Is Illinois Natioanl Cemetery Cpl Army Air forces

Arturo R. Dumlao # Casualty Ft Wm McKinley Philippines

August D. Dumlao ** born 1911; enlistment 2/18/1943 LA Ca

Braulio D. Dumlao born 1910 Philippines; enlistment 7/23/1942

Casimiro Dumlao ** born Philippines; enlistment 3/10/1945 Belmont Ca

Catalino F. Dumlao # POW 5/7/1942; 4/23/1945

Cesario F. Dumlao # Casualty; died 3/4/1942 Ft McKinley Philippines

Crispin Dumlao born 1901 Philippines; enlistment 6/30/1945

Delfin Dumlao born Philippines Casualty; MM2c Navy; from San Narciso Zambales

Ernesto D. Dumlao born 1920 Philippines; enlistment 2/28/1945

Florencio C. Dumlao ** born 1910; enlistment 7/29/1942 LA Ca

Francisco E. Dumlao *** born 1900; enlistment 10/15/1942; from Lincoln Oregon

Francisco Manuel Dumlao ** born 8/19/1908 Philippines; died 6/15/1993 San Diego Ca; enlistment 10/20/1943

Frank P Dumlao ** born 1904; died 12/28/1989 Los Angeles Ca; enlistment 10/7/1942 Los Angeles Ca; Pvt Army

George G. Dumlao* born 1921; enlistment 12/15/1945; residence Hawaii

Gregorio D. Dumlao # POW 5/7/1942; 1/24/1945

Harold F. Dumlao born 1913; enlistment 3/10/1942; residence Cook Illinois

Jorge M. Dumlao *** born 1904; enlisted 10/26/1942; resided Multnomah Oregon

Jose Peralta Dumlao ** born 4/3/1904; died 9/19/1985; buried Riverside Ca National Cemetery; Army Pvt

Joseph Garcia Dumlao * born 6/15/1924; died 4/24/007; buried Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, also Korean & Vietnam Wars veteran; Army SSgt

Justo D. Dumlao # born 1915 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 3/26/1945

Leonardo Dumlao # born 1900; died 6/22/1942 Casualty Ft. McKinley Philippines

Lopez Dumlao # born Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 2/25/1945

Manuel D. Dumlao ** born 1907 Philippines; died 11/30/1981; enlisted 7/7/1942; resident of Los Angeles Ca

Martin B. Dumlao # born Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 1/20/1945

Miguel P. Dumlao # born 1900; POW 5/7/1942; 5/14/1945

Pablo Butorio Dumlao ** born 8/9/1898 Philippines; died 1/24/1965; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; Navy Chief Musician

Pablo D. Dumlao born 1918 Navy Aircraft Muster Roll

Patricio Dumlao

Rufino D. Dumlao born 7/10/1898 Philippines; died 12/23/1957; buried Los Angeles Ca; Army Cpl, alsoWW1

Saturnino Dumlao # died 3/4/1945 Casualty Ft. McKinley Philippines

Silvino R. Dumlao ** born 2/17/1899; died 4/7/1961; buried Los Angeles Ca National Cemetery; Army Pfc

Simon Baroga Dumlao ** born 10/28/1912 Philippines; died 12/23/1992 San Diego Ca; enlistment 4/24/1945

Trinidad Dumlao born 1918; Navy Aircraft Carrier Muster Roll

Vicente Fadera Dumlao born 7/19/1920; died 1/18/2007; buried Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery; SDC Navy, also Korean & Vietnam wars

Vidal T. Dumlao born 1916 Philippines POW 5/7/1942; 5/16/1945

Tiburcio Dupio * Filipino Inf Regt

E. Duque

Jesus S. Duque KIA 1st Lt "A" Coll USAFFE 41st Inf Div 41st Medical Bn; n/k Concepcion R. Duque 378 Minerva San Miguel

Chua Dy # Sgt. "Ampaw" Unit Col. Chua Sy Tiao guerrilla group


The Soldiers Prayer

"And When He Gets To Heaven,

To Saint Peter He Will Tell;

One More Marine Reporting Sir,

I've Served My Time In Hell"





"So you are dead. The easy words contain

No sense of loss, no sorrow, no despair.

Thus hunger, thirst, fatigue, combine to drain

All feeling from our hearts. The endless glare,


The brutal heat, anesthetize the mind.

I can not mourn you now. I lift my load,

The suffering column moves. I leave behind

Only another corpse, beside the road."


Lt. Henry G. Lee...(1915-1/9/1945 Prisoner Ship)




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