My father, Emmett Gibson, was a 1st Lt. in the 192nd Tank Battalion, HQ Co. He fought on Bataan, was injured and evacuated to Australia on the SS Mactan, the last ship the Japanese allowed to leave Bataan on 12/31/1941. I am an avid researcher into all things associated with Bataan and WWII in the Philippines. I am the administrator for the BATTLE OF BATTAN and WORLD WAR II IN THE PHILIPPINES Facebook groups. I am the webmaster for this website.
PFC Milton William BusboomBorn: 7 September 1919 – Chicago, IllinoisParents: William H. Busboom and Caroline Niehoff-Busboom Siblings: 1 sister Home: – 1911 South Sixth Avenue, Maywood, Illinois Education: –
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