I came across the West Point (dress gray) uniform of a Charles Jannvrin Browne. The person who currently has the uniform in possession looked up the name in the tag and this is what he got from the Class of 1937 register.
Charles Jannvrin Browne B-Tx:A-Lge:INF:31 INF PS & 91 DIV PA Bataan:POW:DEATH MARCH: Kld POW ship, 9 Jan 1945 MAJ a-30:PH
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------------------------ Info provided by Jim Erickson, son of a Bataan veteran:
Maj Charles J. Browne was the CO of 3rd Bn 92nd Inf Regt (PA). Prior to the war he served in the 31st Inf Regt (US) where Capt. Browne was CO of K Co. (So, no, he would not have been a Philippine Scout.) Maj. Browne was in the group of Bataan survivors who were sent to Davao Penal Colony in late 1942. He returned to Cabanatuan in mid 1944 and was among the 600 men crammed into the forward hold of the Oryoku Maru on 13 Dec 44. Maj. Browne survived the 15 Dec sinking and transport to Takao but was killed in the bombing of the Enoura Maru on 9 Jan 45.
I've attached the page from Col. Charles L. Steel's roster of the officers of the 31st Inf Regt (US). It was written after Steel's arrival at Mukden in 1945 in consultation with many survivors of the Oryoku Maru including my father, Capt. Albert Erickson 71st Inf (PA). The roster came to me courtesy Mr. Roger Mansell.