<span>A man carries a US flag inside the US War Pacific Memorial in Corregidor Island during the 45th Commemoration of the Fall of Corregidor, May 6, 2017. The memorial was built in remembrance of the American and Filipino soldiers who fought on World War II.</span>
<span>Commander Tony Hombrebueno, one of several veterans who joined the Tribute to All Filipino Heroes event, takes a peek inside the barrel of a canon in Battery Way, Corregidor Island, Bataan on April 7, 2015.</span>
<span>Two Muslim women take a selfie in front of the Corregidor ruins in Bataan on March 18, 2015, which now sport a new marker on the Jabiddah massacre 47 years ago. Soldiers shot Muslim recruits who tried to escape Corregidor where they were being trained for a Sabah invasion. When Muslims discovered the plot, they rebelled but were executed. Only one survived. The number of deaths has remained unknown.</span>