I am currently working on my step-fathers photo album from years approx 1935-1941. The only story he ever told us of his life in the P.I. was that he was on the last boat out before the Japs landed. As they were loaded ready to leave port a Zero dropped a bomb between his ship and another. He received his discharge on the float back but was kept active duty at the convenience of the government at the gang plank till 1946. As near as I can figure he was in "Btry G, 59th Coastal Artillery (CA). There are nearly 100 photo's and a few are the same that you posted.