The recognition for the Leyte Gulf Landing was commenced with the Signal Day which happened in the town of Tolosa. It was here that 20-year-old Boy Scout Valeriano Abello helped the US troops by guiding their hostile assaults appropriate to the Japanese troops through his semaphore aptitudes. As indicated by verifiable records, in the midst of Japanese mounted guns shelling, Abello, alongside his companions Vicente Tiston and Antero Zunia, explored to the Allied maritime ship closest to them and with the utilization of white fabric diapers, privately known as lampin, Abello flagged the words Don't bomb shorelines. There are regular citizens.
On the off chance that conceivable let me coordinate shelling. As a result of his overcome demonstration, local people of Tolosa were spared from being hit by the Allied troops and the protections of the adversary were debilitated. The beach front barangay Telegrafo bears the landmark denoting the site where Abello and his companions propelled his watercraft and went ahead to procure a spot in war history.Another occasion set apart amid the celebrations was the facilitating of the American banner by Lt. Clifford Mills at Hill 120, in the town of Dulag, Leyte. The US warrior, grabbing up the occasion, moved up a coconut tree and raised up the American banner the principal US banner to fly up Philippine soil after the US surrendered in Bataan and Corregidor and in addition just about three long periods of occupation by the Japanese powers.