Signed Documents by Armando Laurel, Regimental Commander PQOG

The President Quezon’s Own Guerrillas was a large guerrilla outfit operating in Luzon during the Japanese occupation up to liberation. It had many elements in the different towns of the Province of Batangas, including one that operated out of the lakeside town of Talisay. In this page are two documents1, signed by one Armando Laurel, Regimental Commander of the Talisay Unit of the President Quezon’s Own Guerrillas, prepared in aid of the unit’s application for official recognition by the United States Army.
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UNITED STATES FORCES IN THE PHILIPPINES
PRESIDENT QUEZON’S OWN GUERRILLAS
HQ., TALISAY INFANTRY REGIMENT

10 January 1946

I hereby certify that the Battalion under Lt. Col. Carlos Mendoza is under my Command as Regimental Commander of the Talisay Infantry Regiment, President Quezon’s Own Guerrillas.

This Battalion is the Second in my regiment.

[Sgd.] ARMANDO LAUREL
Lt. Col. Infantry
Regimental Commander

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UNITED STATES FORCES IN THE PHILIPPINES
PRESIDENT QUEZON’S OWN GUERRILLAS
HQ., TALISAY INFANTRY REGIMENT


SPECIAL ORDERS )

No. ______________ )

1. By authority vested upon me by the Commanding Officer of the PRESIDENT QUEZON’S OWN GUERRILLAS as Regimental Commander of the Talisay Infantry Regiment, I hereby announce the following appointment.

To be Lt. Col. (Bn. Commander)
(Rank)

CARLOS MENDOZA
(Name)

[Sgd.] ARMANDO LAUREL
Lt. Col. Infantry
Regimental Commander


Notes and references:
1 “2ND BN, TALISAY REGT, I CORPS, PQOG” File No. 271-22, downloaded from PVAO.

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