Officers of the Moro Constabulary

(Group Photos taken 1913 or 1914)

Front Row L - R - Major O. Waloe, Major J. Gallant, Capt. J. Rhea, Col. M. Hersey, Gov. Sulu V. Whitney, Cpt. C. Livingston

Middle Row L - R - 1st Lt D. McDowell, 1st Lt C. Allen, Cpt. O. Preuss, Cpt. Apperman, Cpt. E. Ames, Cpt. H. Elarth, 2nd Lt J. Tiffany, 2nd Lt W. Gleason

Back Row L-R - 3rd Lt D, Root, 3rd Lt W. McMurray

Front Row L-R - Cpt. (Dr.) E. Ames, Major G. Helfert, Col. M. Hersey, Cpt. J. Cohrun, Cpt. H. Elarth

Back Row L-R - 2nd Lt S. Larrabee, 3rd Lt C. Dodd, 1st Lt C. Carter, Cpt. G. Fort, 2nd Lt H. Stephenson, 2nd Lt J. Tiffany, 2nd Lt E. Johnson

 

Left: Col. Mark Hersey became a US Army Major General and Division Commander in WW I. Right: Major Charles Kilbourne, a Medal of Honor recipient in the Philippine-American War, also became a US Army Major General in WW I.

  

Left to Right: 2nd Lt. Jesse Tiffany, Cpt. Harold Elarth, Captain Leonard Furlong.

 

 

A new 3rd Lt. who graduated in the same OCS class as Larrabee. The Philippine Constabulary, in contrast to the Philippine Scouts, commissioned Filipinos as officers at the same ranks and pay as white officers and could hold up to the rank of Captain. At first officer commissions were limited to Christians, but eventually Muslims were admitted as well. In 1914 all barriers to rank were ended and in 1917, Brigadier General Rafael Crame became theChief of the Constabulary. Below are newly-minted 3rd Lieutenants in 1911.