Victorious Japanese troops atop the Hearn Battery, May 6, 1942.
Mortars at Corregidor's Battery Way could be rotated to fire in any direction
3-inch antiaircraft gun M3 on Corregidor
Map of Corregidor island in 1941
The Allied command center inside Malinta Tunnel
Japanese landings on Corregidor, 5–6 May 1942
Japanese artillery in action against Corregidor
Japanese troops landing on Corregidor
Surrender of American troops at Corregidor
American and Filipino prisoners, captured at Corregidor, arrive at Bilibid prison by foot and truck as Japanese look on. Taken on May 25, 1942.
Japanese soldiers take down the American Flag at the Old Spanish Flagpole in Corregidor Island

Five days later, Howard and the 4th Marines began the fight that lasted until the fall of Corregidor in May 1942.

- Samuel L. Howard

After their evacuation from Olongapo in Zambales, close to Subic Naval Base on December 26, the 4th Marine Regiment—under the command of Col. Samuel L. Howard—became the primary fighting unit on the island.

- Battle of Corregidor
Victorious Japanese troops atop the Hearn Battery, May 6, 1942.

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