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Oct 2nd, 2010, 12:52pm
 
Below is an updated list of surviving Scouts (that we know of).

26th Cavalry
Sgt. Baccani, [“B” Troop], Junction City, KS
Romeo Castro, Chicago, IL
MSgt. James Downey, Jr., Newport News, VA
SFC Dan Figuracion, Lakewood, WA
Lt. Felipe Francisco, [HQ Troop], Monterey, CA area
Dr. Isabelo S. Torio, San Diego, CA
Cpl. Marcelino Perez Ventura, [“A” Troop], Pangasinan, Philippines

43rd Infantry
Gaspar C. Dowling (later 44th Infantry (PS)—New Scouts

45th Infantry
Captain Paul Balanga, San Francisco, CA
Sgt Norberto Ballesteros [3rd Bn.], Aeia, HI
Domingo Balod, [Co. E], El Paso, TX
Edward Bautista, [“A” Co.],
Floriano R. Castaneda, Sr. [Intelligence Section], Kaneohe, HI
Roger Cruz, [Co. F], El Paso, TX
Gil Gutierrez, [medic, 2nd Bn.], Waipahu, HI
Arnulfo  O. Labasbas, [Hqtrs. Co] Berryville, VA
Feliz Magalong, [“H” Co.], Aurora, CO
Donovan D. Ricks, [Medic], Sacramento, CA
Pacifico Valdevarona, [“H” Co.] Alameda, CA
Sgt. Eustaquio Villador

57th Infantry
Silvestre C. Ares, ["L" Co.]
Justiniano B. Betorin, [“A” Co.], Malabon City, Philippines
Alberto R. Castillo, [“E” Co.],
Mariano Cauilan, [Service Co.], Pleasant Hill, CA
Primitivo Cuenca, Philippines
William Penalosa Cazar, [“F” Co.], Ormoc City, Philippines
Primitivo Alcala Cuenca, [HQ Co.], Vallejo, CA
Sgt. Maj. Vic dela Cruz, Marina, CA
Romy Entac, [“G” Co., Machine Gun Platoon], Lennox, CA
Capt. Nick Golla, [“E” Co.], Seattle, WA
Agustin R. Palacpac, San Francisco, CA [also 12th QM (PS)]
Sgt. Joe Taton, Sr., [HQ Co.], Seattle, WA
Valentin Untalan, [L Co.], Calasiao, Pangasinan, Philippines

12th Medical
SFC Mariano A. Berona, Kent, WA
Ricardo Maravillas, [“C” Co.] Fairfield, CA
Cpl. Dionisio Perez, [Hqtrs. Co.] Rancho Cordova, CA
Pedro Pineda, [Co. A] Daly City, CA
Benjamin J. Tubig, San Antonio, TX

12th Signal
SFC Elliot Desoto, Seaside, CA
Victor Magallanes, Ewa Beach, HI
Guillermo (Gil) Perla,
2nd Lt. Marcial Sabado, Seaside, CA
David Tejada, Daly City, CA

12th Ordnance Co.
SSgt. Ulpiano C. Abila, Salinas, CA

12th Quartermaster
Florintino Paunil, Gaithersburg, MD

14th Engineer Bn
Cpl. Vincente Balayan, Alabang, Philippines
Lawrence Castro, Pittsburg, CA
PFC Escolastico G. Galarosa, ["A" Co.], Seattle, WA
Cris Madayag, Wahiawa, HI
Jess Velasco, San Francisco, CA
Vincente Villarta

191st MP Co.
Cpl. Alejandro Llanto, Seattle, WA

23rd Field Artillery
Sgt. Apolinar De Castro, [Battery “A”], Vallejo, CA
Osmundo Nunez, [Co. B],  El Paso, TX

24th Field Artillery
Mel L. Escuadra, Quezon City—Battery “A”, 1st Bn.

86th Field Artillery
Elias Coloma, Fountain Valley, CA
Eugenio Mislang, Pangasinan, Philippines

88th Field Artillery
Cpl. Hermenigildo Dato, Bty. "D", 2nd Bn., Paranaque, Philippines
Isidro C. Macaraig, Laguna, Philippines
Brig. Gen. Paul D. Philips, [1st Bn.], Denver, CO

91st Coast Artillery
Cpl. Florencio Bartolome, San Jose, CA (maybe 92nd CA)
Frankie Ramirez, [Battery “A”], Killeen, TX
Hilario Sibala, [Battery "A"], El Paso, TX
LTG John M. Wright, Jr., Riverside, CA

92nd Coast Artillery
Simplicio Babao, Jr., [Battery “D”], Davao City, Philippines
Ambrosio Quevedo, Monterey, CA

510th Transportation Co. (New Scout)
John Begornia, Pearl City, HI  

63rd Quartermaster Co. (New Scout)
PFC Tiwe Abrigo, Rancho Cordova, CA

76th Ordnance Co. (New Scout)
CWO4 Aniceto Bagley,  Huntsville, AL

81st Harbor Craft Co, Transportation Corp (New Scout)
Dr. Dionisio Torcuator Tonel, D.M.D., Elk Grove, CA

Division HQ Company
SSgt. Virgilio Gonzalez, Las Pinas, Philippines

99th  OHM Co. (PS) (probably a maintenance unit in the Ryukyus Command) (New Scout)
PFC Angel M. Namera, Pangasinan, RP


Unidentified Units
Desiderio Abreo, Pittsburg, CA
Vitaliono Bantiles, San Jose, CA (New Scout)
Leonardo Bueno, CA [73rd?]
Nick Casabuena, Sacramento, CA
Protacio Combes, CA
Flaviano M. Diala, Qtr. Master Det., Vallejo, CA
Miguel Dumlao, CA
Cpl LEOVIGILDO MATANGA EBESATE, Guam (New Scout)
Desiderio Ebreo, CA
MSgt. Rafael G. Escanilla, Sacramento, CA
Anastacio Gallardo, CA
Eduardo Verchez Garci­a, Manila, Philippines (New Scout)
Vireil Gonzales, CA
PFC HERMOGENES SEGAYA GUANGA (New Scout)
Marcos Ipili, CA
Hendriclaro Macavinta, (New Scout), Makato, Aklan, Philippines
Zosimo Macavinta, (New Scout), Makato, Aklan, Philippines
Ulpiano Naca Sr., CA
Isabelo Pajo, Quezon City, Philippines
Auxencio Penaranda, CA
Joe Rueles, Pittsburg, CA
Joseph Ruelos,  CA
Janny Ruiz, Hercules, CA
Inocencio Servigon,  CA
Vincent Silva, [200th Coast Artillery?] Antioch, CA
Corporal REGINO ESCANO SORIANO, Guam (New Scout)
Joseph Soy, CA
Emilio T. Terencio, (New Scout), Makato, Aklan, Philippines
Osseo B. Villegas, Los Angeles, CA

Recent Deceased
Major Fred Foz, N.E.Albuquerque, CA (45th Infantry - deceased 2/7/2014)
MSgt. Rosendo Luna, Seattle, WA ("C" Co. 14th Eng -- deceased 1/5/2014)
Pal Brodit, California (88th FA -- deceased 10/29/2013)
Ricardo De Villa, 92nd CA, Lakewood, WA (deceased 6/14/2013)
Capt. Felipe Fernandez, Seaside, CA (26th Cavalry -- deceased 3/9/2013)
Lt. Col. Edwin P. Ramsey, Los Angeles, CA (26th Cavalry -- deceased 3/7/2013)
Pablo Mesina, Daly City, CA (45th Infantry -- deceased 2/15/2013)
Eulalio Arzaga, Killeen, TX (26th Cavalry -- deceased 12/12/2012)
Benjamin Embry, Panique, Tarlac, Philippines (26th Cavalry -- deceased 11/24/2012)
Col. John E. Olson, San Antonio, TX (deceased 10/2/2012)
Zosimo Guiang, San Francisco, CA (86th FA -- deceased 8/30/2012)
Antonio Nimis, Seaside, CA (45th Infantry -- deceased 6/16/2012)
Guillermo Rumingan, Arlington, VA, (deceased 3/27/2012)
Jesus Rabano, Fayetteville, NC, (12th Signal-- deceased 3/4/2012)
SFC Eduardo Abinsay, Pittsburg, CA (92nd CA,Battery A -- deceased 1/4/2012)
Felizardo J. Valenzuela, Salinas, CA, (92nd CA -- deceased 1/2/2012)
Albert N. Jana, Wilmington, CA, (14th Engineers -- deceased 12/30/2011)
SFC Tomas B. Taguba, Sr., Wahiawa, HI ([45th Infantry -- deceased 12/18/2011)
SFC Manuel Gavino, Pittsburg, CA (23rd FA, [Battery “A”] -- deceased 12/2011)
Ben Austria, San Antonio, TX, 12th Medical -- (deceased 11/9/2011)
SFC Edilberto Vergara, San Francisco, CA, 86th FA -- (deceased 10/17/2011)
Capt. Menandro Parazo, 26th Cavalry, Plano, TX -- (deceased 8/25/2011)
John Benson, 57th Inf [“A” Co.], San Francisco, CA -- (deceased 8/21/2011)
Cpl. Agustin O. Lacao, 57th Inf (“I” Co.), Seattle, WA --(deceased 7/23/2011)
Luke Culanag, H Co. 45th Inf PS, Tacoma, WA --(deceased 7/15/2011)
Col. Ricardo F. Viajar, 44th Inf PS, Tacoma, WA -- (deceased 2/15/2011)
Major Urbano Quijance, [“B” Co., SD w/ S-3, Regtl. Hqtrs], Seattle, WA -- (deceased 1/22/2011)
MSgt. Alfredo Quijano, San Antonio, TX (57th Infantry -- deceased 1/1/2011)
Sgt. Simplicio S. Ochoa, Arleta, CA (23rd FA -- 2010)
Col. Thomas Sylvester Jones, (26th Cavalry -- deceased 9/21/2010)
Col. Frederick Yeager, Wilmington, NC (57th Infantry -- deceased 2/20/2009)
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Re: Surviving Philippine Scouts
Reply #1 - Oct 2nd, 2010, 12:53pm
 
9      26th Cavalry
1      43rd Infantry
13      45th Infantry
13      57th Infantry
5      12th Medical
5      12th Signal
1      12th Ordnance Co.
1      12th Quartermaster
6      14th Engineer Bn
1      191st MP Co.
3      23rd Field Artillery
2      86th Field Artillery
3      88th Field Artillery
4      91st Coast Artillery
3      92nd Coast Artillery
1      63rd Quartermaster Co. (New Scout)
1      76th Ordnance Co. (New Scout)
1      81st Harbor Craft Co, Transportation Corp (New Scout)
1      Division HQ Company
29      Unidentified Units
104      Total

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Reply #2 - Dec 14th, 2010, 1:19am
 
Are the stories of these remaining scouts being recorded?  Is there an archive of photos and stories of their missions that has been compiled?  I understand many of their missions were classified, but are now unclassified.

I'm reading "Shadows  In The Jungle" by Larry Alexander.  Its about the U.S. Army's Alamo Scouts.  I know Filipinos were involved in a lot of their missions, but unfortunately they are sorely absent in the pages of this book.  This needs to be rectified.
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Reply #3 - Dec 15th, 2010, 5:24am
 
To editor and all,
COL Fred Yeager (57th IN REG) passed away on 20 February, 2009.
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Reply #4 - Jan 6th, 2011, 10:41am
 
Raleigh:
Thanks, I updated and modified the surviving list and the totals.

Mario:
The PS exploits are well documented but of course it's hard to capture every single Scout's recollection. There is a full length documentary dedicated to the Scouts currently in production.

However if you're asking specifically about the Alamo Scouts, they are not the same unit as the Philippine Scouts. There were indeed many Filipinos in the Alamo Scouts, one of whom was Rafael Ileto, the former AFP Chief of Staff and Defense Secretary of the Philippines.
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Reply #5 - Jan 25th, 2011, 12:33pm
 
Interested in any material which reveals members of the 88th Field Artillery (PS) served as infantrymen.

Located the following:
But the Japanese had gained a Pyrrhic victory. So heavy had been their causalities, that they gave up the attempt to break the Filipino and American line on the eastern side of the peninsula. Instead, they launched a series of amphibious assaults against the rear of the western flank of General MacArthur's battered troops. Again, they found themselves opposed by Philippine Scouts. Not only was their nemesis the 57th Infantry (PS), but also two battalions of the 57th's sister regiment, the 45th Infantry (PS) and the 86th and 88th Field Artillery Battalions (PS). In a series of bloody actions waged in the jungle at the southwestern end of the peninsula, two enemy infantry battalions of about 1,200 men were annihilated. Again, the Scouts proved their superiority.

It does not describe the type of action from each unit, i.e. "waged in the jungle."

Were the actions as infantrymen, artillery fire?

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Reply #6 - Jan 25th, 2011, 4:21pm
 
Robert,

Perhaps you meant this post for another subject line such as "Units".  This is a listing which updates the names of surviving members.

Since you do not include the nature or date of this text, I can only guess that it is in reference to the Battle of the Points, due to the description.  During this action, the 86th and 88th FA provided indirect fire for these Infantry regiments cited, so I'm not sure what you mean by asking if they "served as Infantry" other than they provided artillery support in this action.  The 57th and 45th Infantry Regiments were able to repel the attacks both forward and to the rear, much to the surprise of the Japanese.  An entire Japanese Infantry battalion was wiped out during this action and another severly crippled (1st and 2nd battalions, 20th Infantry), a credit to the defenders of Bataan in this region.

For further reading on the subject, I recommend "Bataan; Our Last Ditch" by John Whitman, or "The Fall of the Philippines" by Louis Morton, and of course, "Anywhere, Anytime", by COL John Olson.

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Reply #7 - Apr 21st, 2011, 5:32am
 
Hi ,

Can anyone help me to find the Philippine Scout number and other details given the information below of my wife's grandfather and confirm the details.

Name: Eugenio Ramos Barboza
Birthday: November 18,1924
Date of Enlistment: July 1946
Date of Enlistment to Marbo command(Guam): Nov 1947
Date Discharge :April 1949(Mandaluyong Rizal)
Unit: 2nd Batallion Artillery Company
VA file number: C 30 373 676

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Re: Surviving Philippine Scouts
Reply #8 - Mar 23rd, 2012, 10:12pm
 
Sir,

My grandfather is a member of the 88th Field Artillery.
He was based in Okinawa for some time and they now live in Laguna.He is Isidro C. Macaraig


Editor-at-Large wrote on Jan 9th, 2007, 5:06pm:
Surviving Philippine Scouts [118] --including 26 listed elsewhere w/out identified PS units.

26th Cavalry (PS)—13  
Eulalio Arzaga, Killeen, TX
Sgt. Baccani, [“B” Troop], Junction City, KS
Romeo Castro, Chicago, IL
MSgt. James Downey, Jr., Newport News, VA
Pvt. Benjamin Embry, [“C” Troop], Panique, Tarlac, RP
Capt. Felipe Fernandez, Seaside, CA
SFC Dan Figuracion, Lakewood, WA
Lt. Felipe Francisco, [HQ Troop], Monterey, CA area
Col. Thomas S. Jones, Safety Harbor, FL
Capt. Menandro Parazo, El Paso, TX
Lt. Col. Edwin P. Ramsey, Los Angeles, CA
Dr. Isabelo S. Torio, San Diego, CA.
Cpl. Marcelino Perez Ventura, [Troop A], Pangasinan, RP

43rd Infantry (PS)--1
Gaspar C. Dowling (later 44th Inf. (PS)—New Scouts

45th Infantry (PS)—14
Captain Paul Balanga, San Francisco, CA
Sgt Norberto Ballesteros [3rd Bn.], Aeia, HI
Domingo Balod, [Co. E], El Paso, TX
Edward Bautista, [“A” Co.],
Roger Cruz, [Co. F], El Paso, TX
Major Fred Foz, Pearl City, HI
Gil Gutierrez, [medic, 2nd Bn.], Waipahu, HI
Arnulfo  O. Labasbas, [Hqtrs. Co] Berryville, VA
Feliz Magalong, [“H” Co.], Aurora, CO
Pablo Mesina, Daly City, CA
Antonio Nimis, Sacramento, CA
Donovan D. Ricks, [Medic], Sacramento, CA
Pacifico Valdevarona, [“H” Co.] Alameda, CA
Sgt. Eustaquio Villador

57th Infantry (PS) Veterans—15
Silvestre C. Ares, ["L" Co.]
John Benson, [“A” Co.], San Francisco, CA
Justiniano B. Betorin, “A” Co., Malabon City, Philippines
Alberto R. Castillo, ["E" Co.], CA
Mariano Cauilan, [Service Co.] Pleasant Hill, CA
William Penalosa Cazar, [“F” Co.], Ormoc City, Philippines
Primitivo Alcala Cuenca, [HQ Co.], Vallejo, CA
Romy Entac, [“G” Co.], Machine Gun Platoon,] Lennox, CA
Capt. Nick Golla, [“E” Co.], Seattle, WA
Cpl. Agustin O. Lacao, [“I” Co.], Seattle, WA
Col. John E. Olson, San Antonio, TX
Agustin R. Palacpac, San Francisco, CA [also 12th QM (PS)]
Sgt. Joe Taton, Sr., [HQ Co.], Seattle, WA
SFC Tomas B. Taguba, Sr., Wahiawa, HI  [earlier 12th Ord Co. (PS)]
Valentine Untalan, [“L” Co.] Calasiao, Pangasinan, Philippines

12th Medical (PS)—6
Ben Austria, San Antonio, TX
SFC Mariano A. Berona, Kent, WA
SFC Ricardo Maravillas, [“C” Co.] Fairfield, CA (also 14th Engineers Bn.)
Cpl. Dionisio Perez, [Hqtrs. Co.] Rancho Cordova, CA
Sgt Pedro Pineda ["A" Co.], Daly City, CA
Benjamin Tubig, San Antonio, TX

12th Signal Co. (PS)—5
SFC Elliot Desoto, Seaside, CA
Victor Magallanes, Ewa Beach, HI
Guillermo (Gil) Perla,
2nd Lt. Marcial Sabado, Seaside, CA
David Tejada, Daly City, CA

12th Ordnance Co. (PS)--1
SSgt. Ulpiano C. Abila, Salinas, CA

12th Quartermaster Reg. (PS)—1
Florintino Paunil, Gaithersburg, MD

14th Engineers Bn. (PS)—7
Cpl. Vincente Balayan, Alabang, Philippines
Lawrence Castro, Pittsburg, CA
PFC Escolastico G. Galarosa, ["A" Co.], Seattle, WA
MSgt. Rosendo Luna, ["C" Co.], Seattle, WA
Cris Madayag, Wahiawa, HI  (NS)
Jess Velasco, San Francisco, CA
Vincente Villarta

56th Engineer Bn. (PS)—1 (“New Scout” unit)
Noel Gacusan

510th Transport. Co. (PS)—1
John Begornia, Pearl City, HI (New Scout)

191st MP Co. (PS)—1
Cpl. Alejandro Llanto, Seattle, WA

23rd Field Artillery Reg. (PS)—4
Sgt. Apolinar De Castro, [Btry “A”], Vallejo, CA
SFC Manuel Gavino, [Btry “A”], Pittsburg, CA
Sgt. Simplicio S. Ochoa, [Btry “C”], Arleta, CA
Osmundo Nunez, [Co. B],  El Paso, TX

24th Field Artillery Reg. (PS)—2
1st Lt. Sheldon  S. Coe
Mel L. Escuadra, 1st Bn., Btry. A, Quezon City, Philippines

86th Field Artillery (PS)—4
Zosimo Guiang, San Francisco, CA
Eugenio Mislang, Sr. [HQ], Mangatarem Pangasinan RP
SFC Edilberto  Vergara, San Francisco, CA
Theodore Villasor, Sr., Burbank, CA

88th Field Artillery (PS)—3
Paul Brodit, Seaside, CA
Cpl. Hermenigildo Dato [Bty. "D", 2nd Bat.], Paranaque, Philippines
Brig. Gen. Paul D. Philips, [1st Bn.], Denver, CO

99th OHM Co. (PS)--1 (probably maintenance unit)
PFC Angel M. Najera, Pangasinan, RP [NS]

91st Coast Artillery Reg. (PS)—6
Cpl. Florencio Bartolome, San Jose, CA (maybe 92nd CA)
CSMJ Ricardo Devilla, Lakewood, WA
SSgt. Juan Guzman, Seaside, CA
Frankie Ramirez, [Battery “A”], Killeen, TX
Hilario Sibala, [Battery "A"], El Paso, TX
LTG John M. Wright, Jr., Riverside, CA

92nd Coast Artillery Reg. (PS)—2
SSgt. Eduardo Abinsay, [Btry "A"], Pittsburg, CA
Simplicio Babao, Jr., [Btry “D”], Davao City, Philippines

63rd Quarter Master Co. (PS)—1  “NS” unit
PFC Tiwe Abrigo, Rancho Cordova, CA

76th Ordnance Ammunition Co. (PS)—1  “NS” unit
CWO4 Aniceto Bagley,  Huntsville, AL

81st Harbor Craft Co., Trans. Corps (PS)—1 “NS” unit
Dr. Dionisio Torcuator Tonel, D.M.D., Elk Grove, CA

Div. Hq. Co.--1
SSgt. Virgilio Gonzalez, Las Pinas City, Philippines

Another 26 surviving Philippine Scouts whose units are unknown are listed elsewhere in this section.  Restrictions on the number of characters allowed per message precluded including them in this posting.

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Re: Surviving Philippine Scouts
Reply #9 - Apr 2nd, 2012, 6:30pm
 
okinawa_scout44 wrote on Mar 23rd, 2012, 10:12pm:
Sir,

My grandfather is a member of the 88th Field Artillery.
He was based in Okinawa for some time and they now live in Laguna.He is Isidro C. Macaraig


Thank you for the update. We rely on information from others to update our records.

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Elias Coloma, 90, of Fountain Valley
Reply #10 - May 19th, 2012, 3:46pm
 

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/coloma-354477-says-one.html?pic=2

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/coloma-354477-says-one.html

Published: May 16, 2012 Updated: May 17, 2012 5:29 p.m.
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Death March survivor finally tells story
By TOM BERG / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

FOUNTAIN VALLEY – All those years, no one knew about April 1942.

Elias Coloma, now 90, was just the wicker basket guy at the Orange County Swap Meet.
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Reply #11 - Sep 24th, 2013, 6:53am
 
My Grandfather is Louis Rogan of troop E of the 26th Calvary, I have looked threw all the threads to insure he hasn't been listed. I was born in the US but I was told that I have aunts and uncle that I do not know by him. I know that he was married to Emilia Onesa in the 50's and had a daughter born in 52 (my mother) he had children born before that also, due to my mother telling me she had older sibling from him. I am looking for any and all info I can get on him or any of his surviving kin. If you have any info you can email me at samantha_s_s @yahoo.com
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