The Lobo Unit, USAFFE Guerrilla was originally considered by the United States army as part of the Pandita Area, DI Combat, Free Luzon Area, 6th Military District guerrilla outfit under the command of one Danny Flores. The mother organization was not favorably considered for recognition by the United States Army. However, among the files of this unit submitted to the United States Army is a series of “editorials” which, while not created by anybody from within the unit, were probably disseminated not only among guerrillas but also the civilian population in Lobo to keep the morale high. Thus, it provides great historical value and is included among the files of this unit. This document is part of this series, although the editorial number (14) appears to be erroneous in the face of other editorials also transcribed in this web site.
|VOL. III, NO. 14||12 March 1944|
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC AREA
OFFICE OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF
General, U.S. Army
Notes and references:
1 “Pandita Area, Free Luzon Intelligence Echelon, 6th MD, [Folder 4],” online at the United States National Archives.
2 A radiogram is a telegraph message sent by radio.
3 CMA means comma (,).
4 PD means period (.).