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Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition & education Project (FilVetREP), recalled the "brutal, brutal, brutal" experience his father and his comrades endured in the hot jungles of the Bataan Peninsula, marching for 65 miles ...
Antonio Taguba, a Bataan descendant, said there is a reason why everyone is doing the march. "We stand on the shoulders of all the survivors who endured the Bataan Death March," he said.
Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba, Filipino-Americans whose father and uncle fought in Bataan, are among the speakers. The Bataan Death March is a seminal event in WWII history that took place in The Philippines starting on April 9, 1942.
Antonio Taguba (Ret), will lead the Filipino American participation in the Bataan Memorial Death March (BMDM) on Sunday, March 19, 2017.
General Antonio Taguba (Retired), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project. Awarding the replicas to 18,000 surviving veterans and 2,000 survivors of the veterans is part of a three-year initiative spearheaded by Gen.
Speakers include Major Generals Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba (U.S. Army, Ret.), Filipino-Americans whose father and uncle fought in Bataan.
Antonio Taguba releases his report to Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez about misconduct in the 800th Military police Brigade. April 28, 2004 - "60 Minutes II" broadcasts graphic photos of Iraqi detainees being humiliated and tortured.
Speakers include Major Generals Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba (U.S. Army, Ret.), Filipino-Americans whose father and uncle fought in Bataan.
Speakers include Major Generals Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba (U.S. Army, Ret.), Filipino-Americans whose father and uncle fought in Bataan.
Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba, Filipino Americans whose father and uncle respectively fought in Bataan, are among the speakers.
Major Generals Eldon Regua and Antonio Taguba (U.S. Army Retired), Filipino-Americans whose father and uncle fought in Bataan, respectively, are among the speakers.
Betty Birdsong (left to right), Vanessa Franck, Erick Soriano, April Stafford, Ben de Guzman and Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba. INQUIRER/Jon Melegrito.
Antonio Taguba (Ret) was appointed as liaison to the US Mint, providing input in identifying design elements and key messages to convey both the sense and spirit of the FilVet story.
Antonio Taguba, who directed the Abu Ghraib investigation, wrote, "there is no longer any doubt as to whether the [Bush] administration has committed war crimes.
Antonio Taguba, who directed the Abu Ghraib investigation, wrote, "there is no longer any doubt as to whether the [Bush] administration has committed war crimes.
Antonio Taguba, who directed the Abu Ghraib investigation, wrote, "there is no longer any doubt as to whether the [Bush] administration has committed war crimes.
General Antonio Taguba, an American general of Philippine birth, who investigated the abuse of detainees held at Abu Ghraib military prison in Iraq.
Antonio Taguba, a retired two-star general and chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition Project, said the Congressional Gold Medal is a "tertiary prize, if you will," for the Filipino veterans who never got the benefits they had been promised ...
Antonio Taguba, a retired two-star general and chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition Project, said the Congressional Gold Medal is a "tertiary prize, if you will," for the Filipino veterans who never got the benefits they had been promised ...
Antonio Taguba (Ret), Chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project (FilVetREP). "We'll never forget that among his first acts in office was the signing in January 2009 of a bill creating the Filipino Veterans Equity Compensation ...
Barack-Obama-655x355.jpg "After enduring 75 years of injustice and humiliation, our Filipino World War II veterans regained their honor and dignity," Maj.
General Antonio Taguba (Retired), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project. "History has been made as President Obama signs into law our bill to honor the more than 200,000 Filipino and Filipino-American soldiers that served ...
Antonio Taguba, a 1968 Leilehua high school graduate who heads the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project, said, "After enduring 75 years of injustice and humiliation, our Filipino World War II veterans regained their honor and dignity ...
From left, Congressman Mark Takano, representative for California's 41st Congressional district speaks with retired army Maj. Gen.
Antonio Taguba, chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project, in a news release. Under the legislation, Filipino and Filipino-American soldiers who responded to President Franklin Roosevelt's "call-to-duty" will be awarded the ...
Antonio Taguba (U.S. Army, retired), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project (FilVetREP). Taguba is the same general who exposed U.S.
Antonio Taguba, Rep. Juan Vargas (D-Chula Vista), Rey Cabacar, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), Jesse Baltazar, Rep. Joe Heck (R-Nev.
Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project. "Through all this time, the veterans - those who have passed and those still alive today, remained steadfast and resolute hoping our country they had willingly ...
My father-in-law, Jose Nobleza, Sr., and my eldest brother, Wilfredo, did not live long enough to see this happen, but 99-year-old Celestino Almeda of Gaithersburg, Maryland still walks the corridors of power in Washington DC, eagerly waiting for ...
Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project (FilVetREP). "Now we can tell our veterans with pride in our hearts that this grateful nation has, at last, granted them recognition for the selfless sacrifice ...
Antonio Taguba, and former FBI interrogator Ali Soufan as well. Back in the antediluvian days of yore, when advocating impunity for the architects of the torture conspiracy, Wittes was at his most "centrist" and "reasonable," infamously taking aim at ...
Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project (FilVetREP), said the honor would be a significant seminal period in American history - second only to the liberation of The Philippines and surrender of the ...
Antonio Taguba, chairman of the Filipino veterans Recognition and education Project, was quoted as saying. "Now we can tell our veterans with pride in our hearts that this grateful nation has, at last, granted them recognition for the selfless ...
"Today is truly a great day, a significant seminal period in American history - second only to the liberation of The Philippines and surrender of the Japanese Imperial Forces on August 15, 1945," retired Maj.
Antonio Taguba, who is leading the fight. "Every minority group who fought in the war, like the Japanese American Nisei warriors and the Tuskegee Airmen, have received this award except the Filipinos," he said.
Antonio Taguba and Maj. General (Ret.) Eldon Regua. The California State Board of education recently approved the inclusion of WWII in The Philippines in the history curriculum framework forGrade 11 U.S.
Filipinos are the second largest Asian Pacific Islander group in Washington state. This year, the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) established "1946: A Turning Point" as its theme, marking the 70th anniversary of the 1946 laws that ...
Antonio Taguba and Maj. General (Ret.) Eldon Regua. The California State Board of education recently approved the inclusion of WWII in The Philippines in the history curriculum framework forGrade 11 U.S.
Filipinos are the second largest Asian Pacific Islander group in Washington state. This year, the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) established "1946: A Turning Point" as its theme, marking the 70th anniversary of the 1946 laws that ...
Antonio Taguba and Maj. General (Ret.) Eldon Regua. The California State Board of education recently approved the inclusion of WWII in The Philippines in the history curriculum framework for Grade 11 U.S.
Antonio Taguba in a statement released in July. "We as a nation owe them a debt of gratitude for safeguarding our freedom and preserving our future.
Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino veterans for Recognition and education Project (FilVetREP), called on the U.S.
In February 2009, Antonio Taguba, the army major general who blew the whistle on Abu Ghraib, joined a coalition of 18 human rights groups pressing Obama and the Democratic Congress for an independent truth commission on torture.
Sent to investigate, Major General Antonio Taguba published a report that spoke of "numerous incidents of sadistic, blatant, and wanton criminal abuses".
Antonio Taguba, AARP's Community Ambassador, who describes Paredes as a "rarity." There are not very many people her age, he points out, who continue to be active volunteers with a passion and purpose.
Antonio Taguba told veterans' families and supporters that the Congressional Gold Medal bill (H.R. 2737), sponsored by Congress Members Tulsi Gabbard and Mark Takai (deceased) of Hawaii, Joe Heck of Nevada, Juan Vargas, Mike Thompson and Jackie ...
At the time the man was brought in, Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba was finalizing his report on allegations of abuse at Abu Ghraib's Hard Site - a prison building used to house detainees singled out for their alleged violence or their perceived intelligence ...
A bill to award a Congressional Gold Medal to Filipino veterans who served in World War II will get done by the end of September, retired Gen.
Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, the senior American commander in Iraq, appointed Major General Antonio Taguba to compile a report based on an investigation of the torture.
OCA and its Greater Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia chapters recently held an event honoring his legacy and attended by luminaries such as former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, General Eric Shinseki, and Major General Antonio Taguba.


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