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Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project. “The Filipino American community is immensely grateful for all his dedicated efforts… to restore the honor and dignity of our veterans, who were stripped of their rights and benefits by the 1946 Rescission Act.”.
Four Filipino World War II veterans graced the ceremony – Mr. Rey Cabacar, Mr. Celestino Almeda, Mr. Potenciano Dee, and Mr. Justino Delara – along with FilvetRep officers and members led by Major General Antonio Taguba, Philippine Embassy officers and staff, veterans' rights advocates, and ...

Antonio Taguba (Ret), chairman of the Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project (FilVetREP). “The Filipino American community is immensely grateful to Sen. Daniel Akaka for all his dedicated efforts as a U.S. Senator to restore the honor and dignity of our veterans, who were stripped of their ...
Antonio Taguba, a native of the Philippines, salutes 100-year-old Bataan Death March survivor Col. Ben Skardon, a revered Clemson University alumnus and professor emeritus, after presenting Skardon with the Congressional Gold Medal in a ceremony at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., March 24, ...
April 4, 2004 - Maj. Gen. 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. April 30, 2004 - The New Yorker publishes an article by ...
The other looks at caregivers in the Filipino American community, one of whom is retired Army Major General Antonio Taguba, “who shares his painful experience of not being prepared at all for when his parents and his in-laws became ill.” “We are able to use these documentaries as catalysts for ...

The report identified a need for HI-EMA to prepare a strategic plan and update its All Hazards Catastrophic Plan to include chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear scenarios. It recommended including all emergency management stakeholders in future planning and outlined tens of millions of dollars ...
The family of Gold Medal awardee Jorge Villamarin (in wheelchair) gathers for a souvenir photo after U.S. Army Major General (ret.) Antonio Taguba (extreme right) gave him the medal. In picture are Jorge's son, Dean (fourth from right), granddaughter Jackie (to Dean's left) and Jorge's wife, Nenita ...
Antonio Taguba (standing left) and current Maj. Gen. Eldon Regua wait to give Congressional Gold Medal to each Filipino veteran of WWII at the honors ceremony. ... Antonio Taguba and army Maj. Gen. Eldon Regua. Taguba heads the Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project, which was ...
Antonio Taguba and UC Berkeley alumnus Ben de Guzman among other leaders of The Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project on behalf of the Filipino veterans and their families. I was overjoyed to see my mother receive a bronze replica of the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor on behalf ...

President Donald Trump has made it clear that he believes the United States should consider using torture when interrogating terrorist suspects. Last February, during the Republican primary campaign, he pledged that if elected, he would authorize techniques “a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.
U.S. Army Major General Antonio M. Taguba retired on December 31, 2006, after 34 years of distinguished service to the nation. Since then, instead of one, he has been wearing many hats. He has dedicated his retirement to projects that honor veterans, guide seniors and their families, and inspire ...
Antonio Taguba, author of the report that first exposed abuses in Abu Ghraib prison, is now forging a bi-partisan effort to honor the Filipino American veterans with the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal. Even with the contentious politics in Washington, Taguba feels optimistic. “This is the first time this ...
When asked how he wants to be remembered, Maj. Gen. Tony Taguba said, "a good family man and a great soldier who did his best to serve his country and contributed to the wealth and power of our nation." Looking at his career as a distinguished military man, a mentor to young leaders and a father, he's close to ...
One thing the Army does not do so well is reward its people who do some of its toughest jobs — investigating the lapses of the institution. Yesterday I watched this interview General Taguba gave to West Point's oral history project. It has some interesting tidbits. When he tried to catch up with Brig. Gen.
Antonio Taguba concluded that Abu Ghraib prison's military police were urged on by intelligence officers seeking to break down the Iraqis before interrogation. “Numerous incidents of sadistic, blatant and wanton criminal abuses were inflicted on several detainees,” wrote Taguba. These actions, authorized ...
Antonio Taguba, a native of the Philippines, worked with members of Congress, federal agencies, policymakers and national advocates to award Filipino veterans the Congressional Gold Medal and raise awareness of the injustices done to them. On Feb. 15, U.S. Senators Brian Schatz and Lisa Murkowski, ...
According to Major General Antonio Taguba, who led the formal inquiry into prisoner abuse at Ab Ghraib, an estimated 2,000 photographs taken at the infamous prison and six other facilities across Iraq and Afghanistan depict“torture, abuse, rape, and every indecency.” Taguba's internal inquiry into the ...
This writer happens to feel that the torture of detainees in U.S. care—what Antonio Taguba, the general who brought the Abu Ghraib scandal to light, referred to as “an assault on American ideals”—was perhaps an even greater disgrace than the loss of life in Iraq. But McMarthy's point stands. The factions of ...


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