Irvin Scott, a Marine Corps private first class in World War II, was imprisoned by the Japanese for more than three years. He survived the infamous Bataan Death March, one of the greatest war-time atrocities, and was liberated in 1945.
Amado Ante enlisted with the Philippine Scouts in February 1941 at the age of 22. Just five months later, he joins the 12th Quartermaster Regiment, Company B, supporting the U.S. Army's Philippine Division.
This was Skardon's 10th time walking in the march, which he considers a personal pilgrimage. He says it's his sacred responsibility to attend every year and walk with the thousands of others who come to honor his brothers-in-arms who didn't survive the real Bataan Death March or the years of confinement in prisoner of war camps that followed.