UNITED STATES ARMY FORCES WESTERN PACIFIC
G-3 Guerrilla Affairs Branch
their families whenever they could. It was stated by a civilian that many civilians, and those who claim to be guerrillas, lived in the Camp because of necessity rather than because of the organization. It was stated that in addition to their duties as Guerrillas, those men on active status were able to support their families. Prior to the American landing, no guerrillas in this unit were killed or wounded in encounters with the Japanese, although those killed were, numbering 30, taken from their “homes.”
2nd Lt., Inf
Contact Team #1.
Notes and references:
1 “Ibaan Rgt Fil-Amer Batangas Guerrillas FAIT,” File No. 110-6, downloaded from PVAO.