An unusual and not often encountered image of three United States soldiers taken at Camp Wallace in the Philippines sometime
around 1910. The date is approximate based upon the style of uniforms as well as the three men being armed impossible to identify
to which regiment they may have belonged. Camp Wallace was established on Luzon as a cavalry base in 1903.  Around the
approximate date of this photograph both the 7th and 8th U.S. Cavalry were station in the Philippines though I have also come
across information indicating that various infantry regiments were also stationed at Camp Wallace around this time too. The
Sergeant wears an early style sharpshooters qualification badge while the soldier in the center wears what appears to be a type of
marksman badge. He also sports some sort of ribbon device that hangs from the flap button just below the other badge.

Mounted Photograph
5 3/4 Inches by 7 7/8 Inches
(14.8cm x 20 cm)
V. Paredes - Photograper
Camp Wallace, Luzon, Philippine Islands
c. 1910