Preserving the history, heritage, and legacy of the Philippine Scouts for present and future generations

26th Cavalry Ceremonial Mounted Unit will ride in the 2017 Rose Parade.

The Los Angeles-based 26th Cavalry (PS) Ceremonial Mounted Unit, which honors the legacy of the US Army’s 26th Cavalry Regiment (Philippine Scouts), has been invited to be one of twenty Equestrian Units in the 2017 Rose Parade to be held on January 2, 2017. The 26th Cavalry CMU will also participate in the Tournament of Roses Equestfest on December 29, 2016 to be held at the LA Equestrian Center in Burbank CA.

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» More about the 26th Cav. CMU
» History of the Original 26th Cavalry (PS)

H.R. 2737 secures 306
co-sponsors in the House.

The Congressional Gold Medal Award for Filipino WWII Vets for has the support of more than 2/3rds of the US House of Rep., but bill still needs to pass before going to the president.

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Never Surrender
premieres Nov. 13.

Never Surrender: The Ed Ramsey Story will debut in LA, 11/13. Col. Ramsey led the last wartime U.S. cavalry charge while leading a troop of the 26th Cav. (PS).

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Capt. Golla passes.

Captain Nick Golla, a 57th Infantryman (PS), died on 9/15. He was awarded one Silver Star, 4 Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart during WWII.

» See his Honor Poster...

Welcome to the Philippine Scouts Heritage Society website.

The site is intended to help support the mission of preserving the history, heritage and legacy of the Philippine Scouts for present and future generations. Please explore the site, and learn more about the Philippine Scouts.

If you have questions about the organization, or would like to share your story, please email or post a message to our message board.

If you have questions concerning veterans' benefits, go to our Veterans Affairs & Benefits page in our newly structured Resources page for links to the Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Embassy in Manila.

”The Philippine Scout Heritage Society was formed to preserve their distinguished history. Unless the sons, daughters, grandchildren, friends and associates take a positive and active role as members of the Philippine Scouts Heritage Society, the heroic legacy of these elite Filipinos will die. As an old soldier waiting for final roll call, I urge you to remember this.”

~Brig. Gen. Royal Reynolds, Jr., Co-Founder & First PSHS President


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Last modified: 09-Oct-2016