8 March 2015 SLAPSHOT - Hi. My dad was a sailor on Guam in WW2 and early on in the war was in charge of the aft ventilation rebuild on the USS West Virginia in Bremerton, WA. He was a sheet metal worker by trade. My Father in law was a sailor on the destroyer USS Drayton and was injured by a kamakaze. My area of interest is all of WW2 and I read extensively on the subject.
MANUEL - Hi, i'm from Mariveles Bataan. I find your topic about snake interesting and want to share my own experience with that particular snake species.
TATJANA - email@example.com with IP at 188.8.131.52 has been banned as member as IP has been blacklisted by 45 websites and Project Honey Pot System has detected behavior from the IP address consistent with that of a comment spammer.
1 APRIL JLANNEFELD - Retired USAF (32 years) - continuing interest in WW II and in particular the Pacific theatre. My friend, Ray Marshall, was assigned sub duty in the Philippines during 1940-42 and was tendered by the Canopus - he has spurred my interest in the Battle of Corregidor.
4 APRIL DAN IN MAINE - Long time student of Coast Artillery history
6 APRIL vma121ord - IP base is Orange, CA.
7 APRIL randysubic - whatever his IP might be, his thoughts are in Subic.
18 APRIL wachu6340, shows an IP of 184.108.40.206, a Smart Broadband user, based in Manila.
26 APRIL "Pooch" - I'm a writer and I'm in the middle of writing a novel that takes place during WW2. A major part of it occurs in Manila both before and during the Japanese occupation. This site will be invaluable for me to make it as authentic as possible.
26 APRIL - "Cargadorp" - I have been looking at a project to raise money for restoration of Bataan memorials and previously approached Gen Aquilar but that didn't work out. I would be interested in meeting up for discussions about funding these projects. Regards Pete
2 MAY "andre2349" - Ron Mandell, MAJ, U.S. Army (ret). Interested in WWII in the Pacific History. From California.
11 MAY "lward" writes "I just found a newspaper article about my parents' friend who helped raise the flag at Corregidor. Since I did not see his name listed in any other info, I thought I'd sent a photo of it to this group. Not sure who should get the original. Thank you!"
25 MAY "ridgecrest" joins to research about her uncles who fought in the Philippines during WWII.
26 MAY "ssdoyle1" - is researching military information for a relative and has found information that pertains to his relative.
"teri" - writes "Hi -- I'm Teri Sweeney, granddaughter of Thomas Franklin Sweeney. I would love to search your site and learn more about my Grandfather. Thank you."
"copperhead" - writes "Hello, I am from the US and am interested in Corregidor history."
"pam" writes nothing. The application is from IP 220.127.116.11 using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. This address is recorded by Project Honey Pot as showing conduct consistent with a Mail server. Examples of spam from this address, interestingly, show a preoccupation with cannon of the "love cannon" kind. Membership is rejected. IP Banned.
29 MAY "mguns" IP indicates Jonesborough, Tennessee.
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19 JUNE - New Member "dugout" writes as follows: "I am a Vietnam veteran and I am in the process of writing a memoir of my time in the Air Force. While in the Vietnam arena I went to the Philippines for R&R (Rest & Recuperation) and while there I visited the island of Corregidor. I had taken plenty of pictures of the island, however, those photos were lost over time. Recently, I went on line to view many of the sights I had seen in Corregidor and I saw that you had posted several photos on your website. I am obligated, by the book publisher, to keep the book family friendly, which is my desire as well. With your permission I would like to use several photos (none with individuals) in my memoir unencumbered. Of course I would identify the source of the photos in my memoirs as being provided by Heritage Bn. The photos today don't show the ruggedness of the Island when I was there in 1968. However your “Then and Now” (the Then) come close to what I saw when I visited the island. Myself, two other military guys and a Filipino native got there via a 12 HP, dugout canoe. They still had unexploded artillery shells in some of the caves."
Dear "Dugout," Though the Heritage Bn and the Corregidor Historic Society websites might be said to be mine, that does not mean that I have the unlimited legal right to give permissions for every image they contain. (It would help to know which images you are seeking to use, even if you were to post thumbnails here.) My personal approach is that I am quite pleased to see images being used, and I give permissions when asked and when it is within my power to give it (subject to normal attribution conditions.) But I am not the copyright owner of everything, and I can't give what I don't own, only for those of my own images. So I can't give you carte blanche permission for any images owned by others, though in some cases you can find the copyright owners via this forum and contact those who post here regularly. I wish you all the best with your memoir, and welcome to the group. Registrar & EXO.
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"styxmaster69" - Gary B from Manila, about whom nothing is known.
"ezrarolader" joins from Lilburn, Georgia. Gail Dempsey is the daughter of Ezra T. Rolader, of 2d Platoon, "E" Co., who jumped at Nadzab. She's researching his WWII history, but kept finding dead ends due to the 1973 St. Louis Archive fire. Prior to finding our mention of him on Corregidor.com website (in which he was listed as jumping at Nadzab), no one had been able to find proof of his paratroopers experience.
Artem: I use to work in that shipyard. Heard of D. Cleland through my uncles who were previous generations that worked there. Saw a photo or two of D.Cleland in the shipyard library. If my memory is correct I saw his grave out in the city's protestant cemetery.
May 11, 2020 8:24:25 GMT 8
faulkvi2: Hi! My name is Vickie. I am here to learn more about the Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor and to honor the life of my Uncle, Pvt Eugene Mott, who has not been returned to us after his death on the Oryoku Maru.
Jun 20, 2020 10:59:59 GMT 8