The Loss of the S.S. Corregidor

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westernaus: Thank You , Thank You Karl for posting all these photo's and Thank You to Glen Williford for releasing them to Karl . It just shows how much thought and planning went in to the construction of the Concrete Battleship . Sept 23, 2018 16:51:29 GMT 8 *
nolruiz: Hello everyone, im from the Philippines, not only am i interested in the rich history of my country but i also wish to educate my sons on our history that is slowly being forgotten by our newer generations. Sept 25, 2018 12:32:25 GMT 8
jddelta: Thanks Karl, I really appreciate all your hard work keeping the glory days alive and keeping us informed of the changes that have been made to the place we all loved to live and visit. I;f I were to ever decide to leave CONUS I would report to duty there. Oct 6, 2018 22:36:19 GMT 8
kapitan Jakob: Interesting pictures as always Karl. Did you hear that the SRF drydock on your picture has now sunk. It was towed to Guam in late 1992, then Gordon managed to get it returned around 2000, to then Subic shipyard near Subic Yacht club. It sunk mid 2018 due Oct 7, 2018 12:19:35 GMT 8
Karl Welteke: FYI, I am scheduled to go to Corregidor on the 16th Oct for two nights. Oct 9, 2018 8:42:41 GMT 8
Karl Welteke: Kapitan Jakop, I suspected that, look at this picture and comment: There has been no local news but that is the way here. Oct 10, 2018 17:17:33 GMT 8
Karl Welteke: Kapitan Jakob, if the above picture did no open, try this URL and go to about the 17th picture: Oct 10, 2018 17:21:23 GMT 8
frank McGlothlin: Hello, Interesting to read all this. I found the massacre site or part of it back in 1997. I have proof on what i dug. If you don't dig you can't prove anything just by looking at maps or even walking the battlefield.It's a big place, hot and watch out for Oct 11, 2018 2:16:02 GMT 8
chadhill: Frank, did you see the posts here on the Pantingan River Massacre? Comments, please. Thank you, Chad. Oct 11, 2018 11:18:12 GMT 8
chadhill: Frank, I posted a message for you with a map on the Facebook Battle of Bataan site. Oct 11, 2018 11:50:21 GMT 8
Frank McGlothlin: Hello Chadhill, Go to Oct 12, 2018 23:57:01 GMT 8
Frank McGlothlin: Hello Chadhill, Oct 12, 2018 23:57:21 GMT 8
Frank McGlothlin: Hello Chadhill, go to click on artifacts and collectors items then go to page 3 and 4. look under foxholefrank as the creator. then look under "ww2' section on page 5. you will see a few things i found. Frank. Oct 13, 2018 0:02:16 GMT 8
chadhill: Hello Frank, I could not find the last one. Can you provide a direct link please? I liked your book "Barksdale to Bataan". Thank you, Chad Oct 13, 2018 2:54:27 GMT 8
JEMeyer: Oct 23, 2018 1:06:39 GMT 8
chadhill: Photobucket is down... Oct 25, 2018 9:13:18 GMT 8
scvet: I have been looking for info on WHEN the soldiers wives and children were evacuated from Ft. Mills. They apparently left sometime before December 7th, 1941. Has anyone seen any mention of when? Nov 3, 2018 2:58:29 GMT 8
scvet: I came across a great posting on the internet: George Steiger, CA, was assigned to Ft. Mills in 1941, had a battery of 12" mortars, was a POW and made it home! His pre-war diary entries are a fabulous look at that Nov 8, 2018 5:23:19 GMT 8
scvet: long ago world. Very detailed diary entries while a POW are sobering. Well worth a look! Nov 8, 2018 5:24:48 GMT 8
EXO: SCVET - the Steiger article is of such critical importance to what happened on the night of the sinking of the SS CORREGIDOR, we have backed it up. Nov 12, 2018 3:57:09 GMT 8
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