1. In accordance with verbal instructions received on 14 October 1947 from Captain E.R. Curtis, Chief, Unit Branch, Guerrilla Affairs Division, G-3, Headquarters PHILRYCOM, Captain Robert L. Morton undertook the investigation for the reconsideration of the C.U.P. (Supplementary Roster of Anderson’s Guerrillas).
3. ALLEGED HISTORY:
station consisting of 3 BZ radio sets unloaded from the submarine USS Narwahl in September 1944. When the mission of establishing a radio station at Batangas arose, Lt Col Anderson assigned Capt Panopio to install same. Lt Col Anderson assigned his own radio operator to the station as Sgt Holgado was later killed in an encounter with the enemy en route to Batangas.
5. POLITICAL ASPECTS:
Capt Ord Dept
Notes and references:
1 “Special Detachment Radio Station CUP, Anderson’s Grlas,” File No. 101-13, online at the United States National Archives.