Miss U -----Margaret Utinsky


Amazing pictures! : Just visited the Philippines, passed by Dalton Pass. Thanks! Jan 26, 2015 4:28:55 GMT 8
Michael's Friend: Thank you EXO I greatly appreciate it. Jan 26, 2015 21:43:56 GMT 8
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lg4310613: I am not sure if I am using this correctly. Redstategirl posted a message 5 years ago (which I just saw) pertaining to my father, 1st Lt. Sol Goodman. I put a reply on, but do not know if I did this the right way. Would love to hear anything from anyone Feb 18, 2015 2:34:20 GMT 8
EXO: Welcome "incoherent" as a new member. He's a history buff keen on linking the "Then" with the "Now" of the Battle of Manila. Feb 21, 2015 11:35:56 GMT 8
EXO: Welcome "miketecson", another apparently incurable history buff "THEN & NOW" practitioner, battling a severe "Corregidor 101" Addiction. Feb 21, 2015 12:39:44 GMT 8 *
miketecson: Thank you EXO! Feb 21, 2015 22:42:50 GMT 8
EXO: Welcome new member aaron who is searching for answers to the tragic loss of SS Corregidor in December 17, 1941 off Manila Bay, Philippines. His grand-uncle and grand-aunt were among those who did not survive. Feb 23, 2015 16:26:21 GMT 8
incoherent: Thanks for accepting me here. I'm having difficulty posting photos from my flickr. Please help. I looked around but have not located a FAQ thread. Apologies if I may have missed it.. Feb 23, 2015 20:48:15 GMT 8
EXO: to incoherent : I am not confident that Flickr is of use as a host of images for anyone else's benefit. try Photobucket, which Karl uses with great success. Feb 24, 2015 17:56:22 GMT 8
the Great One : Nice post. I've been working here in Market Market for a year and a month now not knowing a massive structure lies under. I am very fascinated about the find!! Great Stuff!!! Feb 26, 2015 9:01:29 GMT 8
Belinda Smith: My grandfather Rafael Bonanza was supposedly one of the filipino officers on the SS Corregidor. Can you advise me as to how I can find a list of the crew names? Mar 2, 2015 8:47:21 GMT 8
Registrar: Those kin who lost relatives on the SS Corregidor might Personal Message me with their e-mail addresses and I will e-mail them some names of people who might possibly be of assistance. Mar 4, 2015 14:37:49 GMT 8
domack: An article with video about Fort Drum. Fort Drum, the unsinkable concrete ‘battleship’ of Manila Bayhttp://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/fort-drum-the-unsinkable-concrete-battleship-of-manila-bay.html/2#at_pco=smlre-1.0&at_si=54ff4898d8 Mar 11, 2015 3:52:01 GMT 8
Paul McNamee: Great exploration.I searched Ft. Wint '73-'78 Wint was evacuated on 12/24/41, The troops retreated to Bataan as per the war plan.They left the guns intact facing out to sea. The Japanese moved them & fired on Bataan. US military came back & bombed it. Mar 11, 2015 21:29:08 GMT 8
Sue Brooks: Wow, thank you. this was my husbands war. Mar 14, 2015 5:16:29 GMT 8
John from Montana: Can anyone point me to the history of the Old Spanish flagpole. I know most sources attribute it to a Spanish ship sunk by Dewey in 1898. I'd like more details and proof of its history Mar 25, 2015 13:17:10 GMT 8
Popular myths exploded: To John from Montana. 100ft (temp) flagpole erected 1910, south-west of Parade Ground. Destroyed Nov 1923. 86ft flagpole erected Dec 1923, south-east corner of Parade Ground, at present location. Flagpole common with US Mainland CAC forts. Mar 29, 2015 8:03:22 GMT 8
EXO: Kindly furnish reference for flagpole statement. Mar 31, 2015 20:08:44 GMT 8
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