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Fort Stotsenburg

Fort Stotsenburg, during the World War II era, was the location of the Philippine Department's 26th Cavalry Regiment, 86th Field Artillery Regiment[?], and 88th Field Artillery Regiment[?]; along with the Philippine Division's 23rd[?] and 24th Field Artillery Regiments. Also based here were the 12th Ordnance Company[?] and a platoon of the 12th Quartermaster Regiment[?].

Fort Stotsenburg was approximately 80 km north of Manila, near Clark Field. This was one of the locations where, under the National Defense Act of 1935, coastal artillery[?] training was conducted.

c.1917, Fort Stotsenburg was home to the 1st Philippine Artillery Regiment.

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