|The following photos were taken by
members of A Company, 194th Tank Battalion, at Fort
Stotsenburg and Clark Field in November, 1941
|Photos of Clark Airfield
in 1941 taken by a member of A Company, 194th Tank
Courtesy of the Minnesota Military Museum
|Sgt. Byron Veillette and
Sgt. Glen Nelson at Clark Field in November, 1941.
Sgt. Glen Nelson returned to the United States before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Sgt. Byron Veillette died while a Japanese Prisoner of War.
Courtesy of Minnesota Military Museum
|This photo was taken at
Clark Field. Some of the half-tracks, in the
Philippines, had .75 milometer guns and known as Self
Propelled Mounts, while others had .30 or .50 milometer
machine guns. Those half-tracks with .75 milometer
guns were assigned to the Philippine Army with American
drivers from the 200th Coast Artillery. The
sergeants, who were in command of the half-tracks, were
from the Philippine Scouts.
Courtesy of the Porwoll Family
|Sgt. Milan Anderson walks
pass a Napa Hut located near Clark Field.
Courtesy of Porwoll Family