Roster of the Rosario Unit, III Army Corps, MFAT - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Roster of the Rosario Unit, III Army Corps, MFAT

The Marking’s Fil-American Troops (MFAT) was an amalgamation of Marcos Agustin’s Marking’s Guerrillas and the Fil-American Irregular Troops (FAIT), the latter having fallen into disarray after the capture of its founder and commander Col. Hugh Straughn. The FAIT had many units operating in southern Luzon, including Batangas. Among these was a unit operating in Rosario. In this page1 is contained the roster of the Rosario Unit as submitted to the United States Army in its application for official recognition as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the Armed Forces of the United States during the liberation of the Philippines in 1945.
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The roster is contained in individual PDF files embedded into this site from an external source, duly paginated as they appeared in the original document for the benefit of students and researchers who may need the pages for citation purposes.

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Notes and references:
1 “Rosario Unit, III AC (David’s Command),” File No. 209-48, online at the United States National Archives.

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