From an ol' Jarhead:
Now... consider making a trip to the Philippines and touring Corregidor and Bataan. I did that while on active duty in the early 1980's and I suspect a person could still tour those areas. While on Corregidor I went through the famous Malinta Tunnel, saw the huge mortars and guns, many of which were still in place, though of course badly rusted after 40 years exposure to the tropic clime...
There was also a most impressive museum that was a tribute to the Battle of Bataan and the march...
It's been a long time since I was there, but I remember being awed by what I was seeing. MacArthur did come back, and the Filipino people did remember.
Your grandfather was part of a very important piece of history and I think you've honored him greatly. Has made me think about my own Jeep, and honoring my father, my uncle and my grandfather, all of whom served in the Pacific. Dad is still alive. I may get some input from him on how to best do this.
Thanks for the great idea, and once again: OUTSTANDING!