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S. 31st Infantry had broken camp and was heading for the II Corps area. Parker was delighted. Envisioning, apparently, their availability the next day if necessary to back up in the 51st-43rd sector, he called General Jones. The 51st Division commander was ordered, with immediate support from a nearby battalion of 21st Infantry troops, to attack and restore the MLR to its original position the next morning. ” Despite his vociferous efforts, Parker held firm. The “weakened” 51st would go. S. II Corps, he assigned a reinforced regiment from the 16th Division, the 9th Infantry, under Colonel Susumu Takechi, the initial job of “overwhelming” General Parker’s left flank.

At noon he had ordered the 31st Infantry to move up to the MLR to a position on the left of the 43rd. There, along with the 45th, it was to prepare to attack the next morning. For some unknown reason, however, Parker failed to notify the 45th of its role until 5:00 that afternoon. Temporarily bivouacked near the tiny barrio of Bani and without transportation except for its heavy weapons, the 45th suddenly found itself faced with a 15-mile march on a dark night with, as quoted by Captain Louis Besbeck of the 3rd Battalion, “no moon, no stars, no signs, and in places, no road.

Army). Apparent by the makeup and size of the motorcade that this would be not only the first but the last time MacArthur would visit Bataan, the first stop was made at II Corps headquarters at Balanga, where he met with its commander, Brigadier General George Parker. Following the next stop, where he talked briefly with officers of the 57th Infantry and General Albert Jones of the newly arrived 51st Division, the motorcade headed west on the Pilar-Bagac Road to meet with I Corps commander, Jonathan Wainwright.

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