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Philippine Division

The Philippine Division was the core of the US Army's Philippine Department. On July 31, 1941, the division consisted of 10,473 troops, mostly enlisted Pilipinoss, known as the Philippine Scouts. All of the division's enlisted men, with the exception of the 31st Infantry Regiment, and various military police and headquarters troops, were Philippine Scouts.

Insignia of the Philippine Division

The patch of the Philippine Division features a yellow carabao on a red shield.

The Philippine Division -- July 1941

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