The Morong Command was a battalion of Filipino soldiers and resistance fighters led by General Licerio Gerónimo during the Philippine–American War. This force was responsible for the victories in the Battle of Paye, the Battle of Pulang Lupa, along with several other successful guerrilla raids and captures of enemy units. They even managed to recapture many American-held towns.
Constant skirmishes and battles with the Philippine Constabulary and the U.S. Army tolled heavily on the battalion. Half the command under Colonel Maximo Abad surrendered in Boac in April 1901, and soon after the rest of the battalion surrendered with General Geronimo.
The Morong Battalion, despite its losses, was one of the most successful units in the Philippine Revolutionary Army during the war.