I recently picked up the KW era uniform of a Filipino soldier that later joined the US Army. Near as I can tell, it is right as rain, but not too sought after (judging by what I paid for it!) because it's the dreaded postwar era. He probably served in Korea with the 25th Division.
In researching him, www.ww2POW.info states that he was in a camp referred to as "Philippines Unstated Philippines 14 121". Any idea what or where this camp was? That website lists people's names that the POW you look up was in camp with, and the names in this case all look Filipino, so I assume it may have been a Filipino-only camp? Incidentally, I am pretty excited to have a probable Bataan man's uniform, and find it pretty interesting that he was a FIlipino given how badly the Japanese treated them, even compared to the treatment of our guys. The people in his camp reaffirm this, as many of the names the website lists died before the end of the war.