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December 30, 2017

Roster of the Canluran Infantry Regiment

The Canluran Infantry Regiment was a guerrilla outfit that operated out of the Municipality of Taal and was commanded by one Lt. Col. Marcelino D. de la Rosa. The outfit was affiliated with the larger Blue Eagle Command that also operated in Batangas and was attached to United States Army units during the liberation of the province in 1945. In this documents1 is contained the roster of the Canluran Infantry Regiment as submitted to the United States Army as among the documents required for official recognition.

The documents are embedded into this page as individual PDF files from an external source, duly paginated for the benefit or researches. The pages may be zoomed in/out and scrolled up/down using the tools provided in the embedding.

The lists are divided into three main categories: members of the unit who were previously with the Philippine Scouts; those who were previously members of the Philippine Army or Philippine Constabulary; and those without previous military training or affiliation but who became members of the Canluran Infantry Regiment and performed duties while this guerrilla unit was attached to the US Army’s 158th Regimental Combat Team (RCT) or the 11th Airborne Division.

Finally, also included are particulars of those who were previously in the military, including dates of last service and surrender and/or escape from the Japanese.

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Notes and references:

1 “Canluran Regt, Malakas Div, Blue Eagle Brigade,” File No. 213-13, downloaded from PVAO.

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