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Symposium Videos

Mary Cardenas, Curator of the Orangetown Museum, discusses the history of Camp Shanks, the largest Embarkation Camp during WWII
Jerome Kleiman, Event Organizer, discusses the relationship between Bataan and Camp Shanks
Lt. Col. (ret.) James Kelly Morningstar, Georgetown University professor of Military History, and author of “War and Resistance in the Philippines, 1942-1945”, gives an overview of the Philippine guerrilla movement.
Gregory Fletcher, author of “Intrepid Aviators: The American Flyers Who Sank Japan’s Greatest Battleship”, tells how Filipino Guerrillas rescued his father, Ensign Will Fletcher, a Naval pilot whose plane was shot down during the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea.
Lucky Guillermo, famous Filipino documentarian, discusses the famous Stingray Memorial in Ilocos Norte, and his documentary “Unsurrendered 2” which tells about the guerrilla group known as Hunters ROTC. Joining Lucky is special guest Ferdinand De Ocampo, son of Col. Emmanuel De Ocampo, leader of the Hunters.
Ed Lengel, VP of the National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, TX interviews General Douglas MacArthur (played by Robert Tidwell) and his compadre President Manuel Quezon (played by Dr. Jonjon Rafael).
Barry Hirschberg reciting his poem, “I Am An American Veteran”