During World War II, General Douglas MacArthur’s United States Army Forces in the Far East had 10 divisions of newly-recruited Philippine Army soldiers and one U.S. Army infantry division called the Philippine Scouts. This unit protected the Philippine Army and established a foothold in Bataan and Corregidor. The Bataan Death March and horrors of the Japanese Prison camps did not prevent the surviving Philippine Scouts from joining the US wars in Korea and Vietnam. The documentary tells the tale of these Philippine Scout veterans as they described on-screen their personal stories during the war in Bataan. This is a remembrance of the Forgotten Soldiers, the 12,000 Philippine Scouts.
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