The Philippines

manta22

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Aug 22, 2019
This 8mm footage may be of some interest to forum members:


I have some brass shells that he picked up on Corregidor:
1ea 20mm Headstamp "1944 Mk2"
1ea 20mm Headstamp "1944 Mk4"
1ea 37mm Headstamp "M16 1943 Shot.APC M51"
1ea 37-25 mm Headstamp "11-28"

Plus a few 105s around here somewhere.
 
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Frog

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Pic from a photo album from an unknown crew member of Submarine Chaser SC-768.


SC768-31.jpg
 

nam72

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Aug 24, 2010
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Corregidor is a site to see. That very long bombed out building is barracks ,maybe a half mile long. It’s right next to the parade ground. When Battery Hern was fired all the windows in the barracks shock and some shattered. Those 2 artillery pieces are Battery Crockett . After they were shot,they would drop down below the tree line.Supposedly so they couldn’t be seen.Moot point after the trees were shelled away .
 

ARTESH

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100percent sure, these things have happened in war, Soldiers of both sides, were thousands of miles away from their capitals and the officers had not much power! (You know what I mean by "power").

Everyday passes, more and more of untold, censored events will become public... Just like what happened to the German Fighter Pilot and The US Bomber Pilot... (Can't remember their names, sorry, but you know whom I mean), and many, many, many, many more...

At the end, all were gray! No Black / White or any other colours...
 

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