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The photograph at left was taken by Ray Davis, father of Dwayne and Eugene Davis. Both sons perished on the “Hell Ship” Arisan Maru.

To the Men of Bataan:


Especially the 200th


May the immortal words of MacArthur: “NO ARMY EVER DID SO MUCH WITH SO LITTLE,” be ever a reminder of your HEROIC DEEDS and sacrifices.


And may we be considered unworthy of your respect if we fail to keep alive the American Way of Life and those valued ideals, you fought, starved and died for.


Any may we not forget all other men and women in uniform who are fighting so valiantly to get you back home.


The Ray V. Davis Family



Remember the Heroes
Carlsbad Veterans

200th Coast Artillery veterans gathered in May 1948 after the funeral of fellow survivor, John Barberia, in Carlsbad, New Mexico. From left to right, front row: George “Tony” King, William Parchman, Paul Womack, Calvin Buckner, Laddie Miller; second row: Roy Castleberry, Joe S. Smith, Bob Malone, Adolph Hernandez, Bill Williamson, Loyal “Bill” Brunt; third row: Newton Kemp, Carl Foster, Robert Dunlap, Bob Mitchell, Floyd Johnson, Chester Philpott, Dick Malone, John Conner, Jack Rupe, Marvin Bailey, Donald Dansby, Virgil McCollum; top row: Mike Pulice, James Oden Jr., Charlie James, Frank Forni, Wayne Nieman, Leon Beasley and Jack Pruette.