Sgt Kenneth Porwoll smuggled the negatives of the following photos - taken at Clark Field and other locations in the Philippines before the war - from POW camp to POW camp.




Sgt. Ken Porwoll poses for this photo at Ft. Stostenburg.  He crew his mustache after a barber in Hawaii told hm that he would look good with a mustache.

Courtesy of the Porwoll Family





Sgt. Ken Porwoll in his Class A uniform and PITH helmut.

Courtesy of the Porwoll Family



In the Philippines, Sgt. Kenneth Porwoll was Recreational Sergeant for the battalion and drove the jeep of 2nd Lt. Ralph Duby who was the Recreational Officer for the battalion looking for locations for the battalion to go to on leaves.

Courtesy of the Porwoll Family





In this photo, Sgt. Ken Porwoll's tank is in its position on the perimeter of Clark Field.  The tank positions had been selected prior to the Japanese attack on the airfield.

Courtesy of the Porwoll Family




2nd Lt. Ralph Duby and Sgt. Kenneth Porwoll, with his back to the camera, researching activities for the battalion at Batangas, Philippine Islands.




Sgt. Kenneth Porwoll at Batangas.








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