Salvador Abcede

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Col. Salvador Abcede was the leader of the anti-Japanese guerrilla group on Negros.[1]:110 He operated in the mountains of Tanjay, Negros Oriental and later moved to the mountains of Dumaguete City by the invitation of Silliman University ROTC group who also to joined the soldiers under the USAFFE 71st Division during the Japanese Invasion and become led guerrilla moves against the Japanese, he was replaced as a formerly guerrilla movement and while to returning the military stint to rejoin the soldiers under the Philippine Commonwealth Army and he was a rank of Army Colonel during the Battle of Negros between Allied and Japanese troops followed by the Liberation period and ended in World War II. He was joined the troops of the Philippine Expeditionary Forces to Korea (PEFTOK) and led the honored heroes from the Battle of Hill Eerie on 1952 led to Lieutenat Fidel V. Ramos and other Filipino officials and all troops and with aiding American forces of the U.S. 45th Infantry Division units and fought against the Chinese Communist forces under the People's Volunteer Army during Korean War. He died of tuberculosis.

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  1. ^ Lapham, R., and Norling, B., 1996, Lapham's Raiders, Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, ISBN 0813119499