The retaking of Corregidor was accomplished by the "Rock Force" - a combined Airborne and amphibious invasion by the 503d Parachute Regimental Combat Team and the third battalion of the 34th Infantry. The materials we've gathered are enough for three websites.

 

The 503d PRCT Heritage Bn.
Official Website

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Bless 'em All
History of 2nd Bn, 503d PIR

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Rock Force -
The All American Team on Corregidor - 1945

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LOST CORREGIDOR
Lost Corregidor


Field Notes

ANGELS OF MERCY
Angels of Mercy

ECO CORREGIDOR
Eco Corregidor

       

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CORREGIDOR UNDER SIEGE

REDISCOVERING CORREGIDOR

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GHQ (home)

The Siege of Corregidor

A Walk on Tailside

Bulletin Board / Feedback Forum

Coast Artillery - Contents

Corregidor Railway System

Slideshows

John Moffitt's Aerial Gems

Historic Corregidor

Amid th' Encircling Gloom

Battery Way model

Across The Pacific - Photo story

Secret Corregidor

The Silent War

The Great Manila Bay Silver Operation

Corregidor Railways

Units and Personnel

Gold is also Ballast

The Corregidor Massacre 1968

The King Report

Fort. Drum - Concrete Battleship

The Fall of Corregidor

Prisoner of the Emperor

The Officer's Guide - 1941

Order of Battle

The Lowering of the Flag

Textures

Battery Tables

The Moore Report

Battery Histories - "Hartford"

G-1 Command Post

Philippine Scouts - Best of the Best

Battery Histories

A Critical Reminiscence

The Final Line of Defense

An Interview with Col. Massello

 

Japan Invades the Philippines

Building Malinta Tunnel System

The Retaking of Fort Drum

FEATURES

Total Attack - Corregidor

The Coast Artillery Years

The Battle of Manila

Col. George Ruhlen's Collection

 

Field Notes

 

4th Marines Shanghai / Corregidor


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REFERENCE

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1941 Emergency Defense Map

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1936 Corregidor Map

The Corregidor Historic Society

 

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