December 5, 1941

Early the following morning, about 4:l5 AM, the B.C. was called by the air guard and informed that, shortly before, warnings of aerial activity over northern Luzon had been received by the "Flash" operator and that the AA OP had ordered air guards and alerts doubled. The battery was immediately alerted and placed in readiness..

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December 3, 1941

Next day the unloading and movement of supplies and equipment was completed, and a tent camp pitched. The guns and range equipment were emplaced and oriented in a temporary position and communications established with the AA Command Post at Corregidor. The battery immediately took up the alert status of the Harbor Defenses and the report..

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December 2, 1941

It was decided to move the Bn en-masse. On the morning of December 2, 1941, about 7:00 AM, the first barges left Corregidor for Cabcaben bearing the Bn transportation, the guns and tractors, kitchens, and organizational equipment. Subsequent trips of the barges during the day brought over personal equipment (footlockers and barracks bags, etc.), bedding,..

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August 1-31, 1941

During August the guns and range equipment arrived and intensive artillery drill became the order of the day. When the sections had become proficient in the duties of all members of their section, training of alternate sections was commenced. The machine gun section was trained as a gun section, a gun section as a range..

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June 1, 1941

Battery "G", 60th CA (AA) was activated on June 1, 1941, in the general reorganization of the 60th CA. Personnel came from Battery "C", 60th CA, whose strength was greatly augmented by the arrival of a large number of recruits on April 24 (?), 1941, in contemplation of the reorganization. The new battery drew a..

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