Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor


“I can't give you men much advice. Just always remember you are American soldiers, and act like soldiers at all times. Someday our troops will be back. Use your heads, for godsake, and stick together — no matter what happens.”


— Captain Albert K. Fields

“Beyond Courage”

Weakened by disease and hunger and four months of war, (107) 200th & 515th Coast Artillery men made their way to Corregidor when Bataan was surrendered. There, they were absorbed into other units to continue the fight, and subjected to constant shelling until Corregidor was surrendered on May 6, 1942.