Volunteer officers and soldiers who served in the Philippines.

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Volunteers. An index to service records for the Philippine Insurrection is listed below: Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served during the Philippine Insurrection. National Archives Microfilm Publication M The index lists each volunteer’s name, rank, and unit.

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If you are researching someone who served in the Philippines in a regiment bearing a state designation, you need to consult the Spanish-American War compiled military service records.5 Fifteen Spanish-American War volunteer infantry regiments bearing state designations served during the first year of the Philippine Insurrection.6 U.S.

Volunteer units raised specifically for the. Compiled military service records, with Volunteer officers and soldiers who served in the Philippines. book, of soldiers who served in volunteer organizations enlisted for service in the Spanish-American War, (, files) and the Philippine Insurrection, (47, files), including the U.S.

Volunteer Infantry, (5, files), and the Puerto Rican Regiment, U.S. Volunteers, (1, files). Volunteers. Record Book of Volunteer Unit Involvement in the War with Spain and the Philippine Insurrection.

NAID National Archives; Below is an index to service records: General Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served during the War with Spain. National Archives Microfilm Publication M Includes materials of Filipino revolutionary Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (), as well as several U.S.

officers who served in the Philippines. Stanford University Libraries, Cecil H. Green Library Philippine manuscript collection including correspondence, documents, official communications of provincial and local military and civil officers of the Philippine : Fe Susan Go. years of age for compulsory military service; conscript service obligation is months; years of age for voluntary service; an increasing percentage of the ranks are "long-service" volunteer professionals; women were allowed to serve in the armed forces beginning in early s, when the Brazilian Army became the first army in South America to accept women into career ranks.

Any reservist or citizen soldiers belonging to the Second Category Reserve and/or the Third Category Reserve, particularly the commissioned and noncommissioned officers, who will volunteer to serve with the Ready Reserve shall be allowed, if qualified and fit for duty, to join and actively participate as part of the Ready Reserve and shall.

"Dick Couch has written the definitive book on the making of a Special Forces soldier. It is high tribute indeed that a former Navy SEAL declares U.S. Army Special Forces the single most valuable asset in America's war on terrorism/5().

Philippines Table of Contents. The Philippines had an unbroken tradition of civilian control of the military until martial law was imposed in Under Article 2 of the Constitution, civilian authority is again, "at all times, supreme over the military." Many military leaders found this difficult to accept.

The Sawtelle Veterans Home was a care home for disabled American veterans in what is today part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area (see Sawtelle, Los Angeles) in California in the United States. The Home, formally the Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, was established in on acres ( km 2) of Rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica lands donated by.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines Reserve Command, known officially as the AFP RESCOM or RESCOM, (Filipino: Pangasiwaan ng Panlaang Kawal ng Hukbong Sandatahang Lakas ng Pilipinas) is one the Armed Forces of the Philippines' Major Support Commands created for the sole purpose of Reserve Force management, procurement, and : Technical & Administrative Service Branch.

As the law now stands the following persons are eligible for admission to the National Home: All honorably discharged officers, soldiers, and sailors who served in the regular or volunteer forces of the United states in any war in which the country has been engaged, including the Spanish-American War, the provisional army (authorized by Act of.

5 Filipino soldiers who won the Medal of Valor These 5 officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines exhibited extraordinary courage in the battlefield and lived to tell their stories. They. For information on casualty statistics, click here For information on the "average Spanish American War soldier, click here Do you have anything you could contribute, like a roster, photo, or unit history?If so, let us know.

Links to information on other units, click here. To check for action reports and first-hand accounts from units not listed below, click here.

The Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, usually the only officer holding a rank of four-star general/admiral, is the head of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), including all service branches (Army, Navy–Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard — in Wartime Attached Service) under its command.

He is also the highest-ranking military officer of the whole AFP, and. Between World War I and World War II, 80, military personnel were naturalized.

During World War II, the American military featured Norwegian and Puerto Rican battalions. The Pentagon notes that special agreements with the Philippines enabled more t Filipinos to enlist in the Navy between and Ultimately, overregular and volunteer soldiers served in the Philippines between and Of these, 1, died in battle or of wounds received in battle, 3, more died of disease and other causes, and nearly another 3, were wounded.

Adapted from: Chapter American Military. WORLD WAR II, TEXANS IN. The Japanese attack on American military installations in Hawaii on December 7,brought the United States into World War II.

Although the aerial bombardment of Pearl Harbor was a surprise, American entry into the war raging in.

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by Francis B. Heitman lists Regular Army and volunteer officers from to in two volumes giving a brief history of the officers service and awards received. Casualties (including prisoners of war) from to are also listed as well as a chronological list of battles, actions, etc., in which troops of the Regular Army have.

This series is indexed by the series "Indexes to the Carded Records of Soldiers Who Served in Volunteer Organizations During the Philippine Insurrection, - " (ARC Identifier ).

Philippines, Soldiers. Scope & Content. and descriptive books, relating to the military service of the individual has been copied. Propaganda poster recruiting guerrillas (US military) Allied forces began their liberation of the Philippines in October of The liberation ended, in allied victory, in the summer of The Filipino immigrants who were living in the U.S.

and had served with the U.S. military during the war returned to civilian life as American citizens. The Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection: – (Men-at-Arms) [Quesada, Alejandro de, Walsh, Stephen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection: – (Men-at-Arms)Reviews: Connecticut Military Records.

USA (1,) > Connecticut (13,) > Connecticut Military Records () Statewide Military Records. 14th C.V.: regimental reminiscences of the war of the rebellion Family History Library. A compendium of the War of the Rebellion [Connecticut]: compiled and arranged from official records of the Federal and Confederate armies and other reliable documents and.

Kansas Troops in the Volunteer Service of the United States in the Spanish and Philippine Wars (Kansas Adjutant General's Report, ) lists the names of soldiers who served in the Kansas volunteer troops (the 20th through 23rd Kansas Regiments) during the Spanish-American War () and the Philippine Insurrection (through Oct.

28, ). Buffalo Soldier regiments charge up San Juan Hill, Cuba on July 1, On February 15th,over American sailors were killed when the battleship Maine blew up and sank in Havana harbor. The war with Spain began in April, when Major General William Shafter, a former commander of the 24th Infantry led an expeditionary force of over.

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A position with the IG is a highly sought after, career-broadening assignment. Select officers, warrant officers, and noncommissioned officers are nominated to serve as IGs by U.S. Army Human Resources Command or the local command.

Nomination packets go to the Department of the Army inspector general Office and the TIG for approval. JVPFI has Local Chapters in Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Manila, Naga and Zamboanga.

Former Jesuit Volunteers form the Network of Leaders who support the Volunteer Service Program through recruiting and supporting current Jesuit Volunteers and organize activities to promote volunteerism, camaraderie and the JVP Core Values.

THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN GENERAL OFFICER IN THE REGULAR ARMY AND IN THE U.S. ARMED FORCES. Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., was born in Washington, D.C., on July 1, He entered the military service on Jduring the War with Spain as a temporary first lieutenant of the 8th United States Volunteer Infantry.

Following the Civil War, the Army disbanded volunteer “colored” regiments, and established six Regular Army regiments of black troops with white officers.

Inthe infantry regiments were reorganized into the 24th and 25th Infantry. The two cavalry regiments, the 9th and 10th, were retained. Spanish American War Rosters and Muster Rolls Roster of officers of 48th U.S. Volunteer Infantry (courtesy of Anthony L.

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JAMES FRANKLIN BELL was born near Shelbyville, Kentucky, on 9 January ; was educated at local schools and graduated from the United States Military Academy, ; was commissioned a second lieutenant, 9th Cavalry, June ; transferred to the 7th Cavalry at Fort Lincoln, August ; married Sarah Buford, ; served with the military escort for Northern Pacific Railroad construction.

An honoured soldier with an illustrious career spanning more than fifteen years and three continents, he had served as a military officer in Hispaniola, as captain of a ship in the armada off the coast of Africa, as an alférez in New Spain responsible for recruiting soldiers for the Philippines, and as captain of infantry in Puerta de Navidad Cited by: 4.An unheralded military hero, Charles Young (–) was the third black graduate of West Point, the first African American national park superintendent, the first black U.S.

military attaché, the first African American officer to command a Regular Army regiment, and the highest-ranking black officer in the Regular Army until his death.