Remains of WATT taken to Manila by the Japanese for interment in Del Norte Cemetery, Bilibid Chaplain accompanied deceased. The U.S. Navy medical staff was this date relieved of all duties by the Japanese and assigned to outgoing draft group, scheduled to depart momentarily for Japan, The below named enlisted medical personnel of the medical staff, last shown, were excepted:

BRANDON, T.F., Jr. PhM1c USN

WARE, R. G. PhM2c USN

HARTWELL, C.V. PhM2c USN

KENTNER, R.W., PhM1c USN

BRAY, J. F. PhM2c USN

PAYNE, H.L. PhM2c USN

(Note: BRAMON, KENTNER, WARE AND BRAY were assigned by the Japanese  as Bilibid Technicians; HARTWELL and PAYNE, eye-witnesses to the shooting of GRIFFIN, are being retained at Bilibid by the Japanese for testimony in the coming trial of that case.)

The Medical Staff relieved by sixty-five (65) enlisted Army medical personnel and eight medical officers and two dental officers (from group which arrived at Bilibid on October 21st). Majors Warren A. WILSON, Medical Corps, U.S. Army, was selected by the Japanese as Senior Medical Officer.