ZOBEL’S GUERRILLA UNIT
HISTORY OF THE ORGANIZATION
of Japanese Units in said places, kinds and numbers of weapons used by the Japanese, locations of landing fields and enemy dispositions and movements. These instructions were reported to headquarters and the necessary men were sent out to gather the required reports for transmittal to Mindoro.
very nose of the Japanese who already had an inkling of the presence of these Americans, and were actually starting to search, they were brought safely to the rescue point where they were picked up by another PT Boat.
Col, Inf (Guerrilla)
Notes and references:
1 “Zobel’s Guerrilla Unit,” File No. 137, online at the United States National Archives.