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SS President Grant, a commercial passenger ship, docked at Subic Bay

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American troops in Olongapo, 1919.

Source: Taga Gapo Ka Ba - Facebook

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Parade at Olongapo 1951

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The Dewey Drydock in 1910

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USS Oriskany, 1967

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1987 photo of an oiler at Subic Bay

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US Naval Ship Repair Facility at Subic Bay, the Philippines, in June 1982. Berthed at the shipyard are the Knox-class frigates USS Roark (FF-1053) and USS Harold E. Holt (FF-1074). Moored alongside them is the guided missile frigate USS Brooke (FFG-1)

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USS HARDHEAD, foreground, getting ready to sail to San Francisco Bay from Subic Bay

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This is a 1910 image of the Naval Station Olongapo P.I. and the sea wall, quay wall, is being built.

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With TAIU Id S11 this Ki-44 Shoki Tojo at Clark.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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USS England CG-22 leaving Subic Bay Philippines in 1992


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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USS BUNKER HILL hit by two Kamikazes in 30 seconds on 11 May 1945 off Kyushu. Dead-372. Wounded-264.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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USMC Birthday 10th Nov 1961.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Japanese POWs clearing the debris at Malinta Tunnel...October 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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USAFFE Overall Commander Gen.Douglas MacArthur with Gen.Sutherland on Malinta tunnel in Corregidor May 1942.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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It wasn\\'t just P-47s, virtually every military type was scrapped at Clark


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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US Marine at Spanish gate Subic.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Two hundred sixty pound fragmentation bombs stored in a revetment area near Clark Field...June 1945.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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In newly-liberated San Fabian, Pangasinan...January 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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image of the Maquinaya area which is now Barrio Barretto from 1930s


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Troops fanning out entering Olongapo, Zambales.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Ichi Ban


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Heli 3


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Heli 2

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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The parade in July 1951.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Heli 1


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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The main gate Clarke in the 70's


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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The British-American shore party, made up of RN, RNZN, RCN and RAN naval ratings, Royal Marines and US Marines, leave with four Japanese prisoners, 1945.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Dewey


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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The Battle of Bataan.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Dewey under tow


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Dewey Drydock


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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The American Legion after the June 15, 1991 Pinatubo eruption.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Surrender on Bataan 1942.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Dewey Dry Dock


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Surplus North American P-51 Mustang and Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighters at Clark Field Army Air Base...1946.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Surplus North American B-25 Mitchell medium-bombers at Clark Field Army Air Base...1946.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Stars and Stripes Cover story reporting the closure of US Military installations in the Philippines.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Spanish Gate in 1910. This old gate still stands today in Subic Freeport, yet no longer sports the hanging bell seen here.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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SM in Subic.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Clark field 1950


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Circle and Rizal & Magsaysay 1975


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Singer.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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circa 1941 A Japanese soldier reviews the scene in Bataan after the invasion of the Philippines


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Captured Imperial Japanese aircraft at Clark Field Army Air Base...1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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San Miguel Beer.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Baloy Beach in Olongapo, the late 1960s


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Rizal St. 1975.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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B-24s of the 5th air force dispersed on a Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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An American GI standing beside the wreckage of an Imperial Japanese Army Kawasaki Ki-48 Type 99 twin-engine light bomber (Allied codename Lily) at Clark Field...November 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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American troops during the battle of Manila. The fighting took place from February 3 to March 3, 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Reservation public market.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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American soldiers line up as they surrender their arms to the Japanese at the naval base of Mariveles on Bataan Peninsula in the Philippines in April of 1942.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Airmen of the 345th BG with a Japanese soldier captured near the camp area at Clark Field


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Provincial Bus Station Olongapo Subic Bay.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Project Warrior 1983.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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After Mt Pinatubo on the MacArthur high way Bridge


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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After 94 years of US Military presence, The American Flag is lowered for the last time as the US Naval Base in Subic Bay, Olongapo City, is closed


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Philippine Restaurant noong 1900's.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Over Olongapo flying back to Clarke 1950.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Olongapo wagon wheel.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Olongapo Rio Club


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Olongapo Rifle Range and it is from the 1920s. We can safely assume this in the Maquinaya area because history says the Navy Rifle Range was here. credit Karl Welteke.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Olongapo but it was on the beaches of San Antonio to San Narciso, in Zambales. The locals were very helpful it seems they were happy that the Japanese were driven away credit Karl Welteke.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Aerial Camera Luzon 1920's


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Old Bar


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Advancing Japanese troops moving toward Manila


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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A Navy chow line in 1945 in Subic Bay, Two landmarks are in view, the Chapel and the low end of Kalaklan Ridge which is now dominated by a large cemetery


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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MacArthur


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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A North American B-25 Mitchell medium bomber over Corregidor...February 16, 1945


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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March 30, Melbourne, Australia train station. MLQ and MacArthur.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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A Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki (Tojo) most likely with the 29th Hiko Sentai at Clark Airfield around Feb 1945. At the back is a Ki-84 Hayate (Frank)

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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A Japanese torpedo bomber goes down in flames after a direct hit by 5-inch shells from the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, on October 25, 1944.

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Lt. David Alleman 8thPRS, killed in a crash north of Subic Bay on July 1st, 1945, flying F5E.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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A captured Imperial Japanese Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa fighter on display at Clark AFB...circa 1952-54


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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Liberation of Philippines


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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A B-25 of the 345th over hangars at Clark


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Landing on Leyte.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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1978 and 2016 from the same spot on Magsaysay on the corner of Gordon Ave. Looking back to the main gate


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Japs invade Corrigedor island in Philippines.


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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1975

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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1949 Jeep


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Japanese Troops on Bicycles Bataan


Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Japanese supply train enter Bataan in March 1942 (personal collection) of Tony Feredo.

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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96B Midway Baloy Long Beach Barretto, Olongapo City - Subic Bay
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7B road (1934) that runs from San Fernando, Pampanga to Olongapo and north thru Zambales. This section reminds at the Roosevelt Park, it still looks that way today, the trees.

Photo Credited to - Paul Southgate
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Heavy ash fall from pinatubo

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The Slogan of the Olongapeneos when they are volunteering (working without pay) to make SBMA happen. Protect and Preserve to Prosper.

SUBIC WAS NEVER LOOTED!

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People of Olongapo Lobbying for ARGO (Autonomous Region of Greater Olongapo) which is now known as the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority today

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Implementation of the Color Coded Jeepneys - First in the Philippines

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This is not the our Spanish Gate (the one besides PLDT today). This is another gate just like it known as the Olongapo South Gate.

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Olongapo Magsaysay Drive - Mardigra October Fest (1985)

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PROTECTand PRESERVE, to PROSPER. Protect the integrity and reputation of the Filipino that we are honest. Preserve the dignity of our people by guarding US$Billion facility from looting. Prosperity for our children in the new Subic Bay Freeport.

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Filipino fighters in the Philippine-American War - 1900

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Fighting During Spanish-American War

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A late 19th century photograph of armed Filipino rebels, known as the Katipuneros

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Look at the expressions on the ladies faces, a combination of fear and hope. Philippine American War This picture is from the original Photograph that is in the collections of the US Library of Congress

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Philippine American War

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Rebel soldiers who fought in the Philippine-American War which began in 1890 and officially ended two years later, although guerilla warfare continued until 1906

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Hanging

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Last Rights before hanging

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Spanish American war Hanging marching out the prisoners

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Birds Eye View of Olongapo City, Philippines 1930

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The main gateway to and from Olongapo was through the sea. This wharf was used to load and unload passengers and cargoes. When the zigzag pass was completed in 1932 the wharf was abandoned.

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US Sailors Olongapo, Philippines

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USNavy in Olongapo

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US Base before it was Freeport

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US and Filipino flags fly side by side

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Subic Bay Olongapo

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SUBIC BAY MAIN GATE, THE RIVER BRIDGE AND THE BEGINNING OF MAGSAYSAY DRIVE, OLONGAPO CITY

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River, Subic Bay. Bridge crossing over from the Navy base into Olongapo. Kids dove for peso's..jpg

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River bridge to Olongapo City

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Olongapo City, Philippines 1972

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Olongapo Bars in the old Navy days

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Olongapo 1979

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Old Photo of Olongapo City.

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main gate

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Jeeps tackle floods

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Gordon Avenue, Olongapo, in the late 80's

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Fighter planes practice over Subic Airport

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Early Olongapo

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Construction of Subic Airport

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Colourised old photo of Spanish Gate

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Bridge over Shit River

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Bridge over 'Shit River'

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August 28, 1981, USS Henry B. Wilson (DDG-7) docked at Naval Station Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippines. Moored forward is the USS William H. Standley (CG-32) and aft is the USS Sterett (CG-31)

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Bataan Death March

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Three Japanese snipers elected to shoot it out during the battle for Leyte Island (1944). They were killed by U.S. Marines and fell into the muddy water of a bomb crater. Photographed by Harry R. Watson of the U.S. Coast Guard

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Some of the 12,000 GIs and 64,000 Filipino soldiers who surrendered to the Japanese at Bataan - May 1942

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ROAD TO MANILA

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On the morning of December 15, 1944, aircraft from the USS Hornet again attacked the Oryoku Maru as it was moving across Subic Bay toward Olongapo Point. This time one bomb made a direct hit on the hatch of the aft cargo hold killing about 250 POWs. Later that morning the surviving POWs were allowed to jump off and swim to shore

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M4 Sherman Tanks Fighting Japanese At Subic Bay Philippines February 1945

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Japanese War Crimes – The Bataan Death March

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General Douglas MacArthur looking at bodies of Japanese soldiers killed hours before during the fight to take Bataan and liberate the Philippines from Japanese occupation. Location- Bataan, Philippine

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Corregidor, Philippine Islands. 1942-05. American defenders of Corregidor being herded by Japanese soldiers out of the fortress tunnels where they had been besieged for twenty eight days.

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Captured allied soldiers resting during the Bataan death march May 1942

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Bataan Death March, 1942

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April 9, 1942- US SURRENDERS IN BATTLE OF BATAAN

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A big coastal gun is fired from fortified American positions on Corregidor Island

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1944- Filipino guerrillas under Capt. Jesus Olmedo

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Olongapo Public Market at it's recent location. On the background is the now Little Baguio as we know it.

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Invasion beach scene at Leyte October 1944

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As many as 10,000 American and FIlipino people died in the Bataan Death March

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General Tomoyuki Yamashita surrender

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Leyte Landing of General Douglas MacArthur to liberate the Philippines from the Empire of Japan

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USS Klondike beside Taussig, John A. Bole, Lofberg and John W. Thomason in Subic Bay.

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Olongapo and the bridge leading to NS Subic Bay, 1981

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Pinatubo Evacuees board USS Abraham Lincoln

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The American Flag is lowered and Philippine flag is raised during turnover of Naval Station Subic Bay at the 1992 U.S Exit.

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Early Spanish Hydrographical and Chorographical map of the Philippines

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1933- Vought O3U-1 "Corsair" observation planes aboard the Augusta during exercises in Subic Bay

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Gate to Clark US Base 1975

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Rizal St. Olongapo 1974

Credit Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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The public market 1910

Credit: Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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Magsaysay Dr. 1974

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U.S. Naval Hospital, Subic Bay, in 1982

Credit: Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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The public Market

Credit: Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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Olongapo before WW2

Credit Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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Ash_from_Mount_Pinatubo_covers_NS_Subic_Bay

Credit Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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US Army nurses waiting to board cargo plane for transport after they were liberated from Japanese internment camps during WWII

Credit to Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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North American B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 499th Bombardment Squadron 345th Bomb Group, dropping parachute fragmentation bombs on Japanese-occupied Clark Field January 7, 1945

Credit to Paul Southwell
Sweetcorn Towers

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Kitty Hawk visits Subic Bay

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On 13 April 1986, USS GRAYBACK (SS/SSG/LPSS-574), stripped down to an empty shell and painted bright orange, was towed out of Subic Bay in the Philippines and sunk in the South China Sea as a target for a training exercise. It was an anticlimactic end for one of the Navy’s most unusual and versatile submarines.

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Oct 20 1944

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Magsaysay Drive Olongapo

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Vehicle fleeing from the Mt Pinatubo Eruption

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n 1974, Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda surrendered to former President Ferdinand Marcos after hiding in the Philippines for 30 years after WWII ended. Onoda was an intelligence officer for Japan's imperial army and was commanded to stay in the Philippines to spy on American troops in 1945. He stayed there even after WWII, as he believed the war was not yet over. For 3 decades, he lived in the mountains of Lubang and was said to have killed 30 people throughout his stay in order to avoid capture. He only surrendered in 1974 when Onoda's superior Major Yoshimi Taniguchi was brought in to persuade him to surrender.

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More Coke drinking

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Drydock

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MP learning Tagalog...1945

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U.S Troopers enjoy a Coke

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Federal Express Jet Crash off Subic Bay International airport

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Tipo Tunnel Construction

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Old Drydock

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Tank following horse and cart

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1945 American troops carrying their wounded during a battle to liberate the Philippines from the Japanese during World War II

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USS Finback

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Main Gate to USA Base (Freeport) 1951

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Avenger 1945

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CAMOUFLAGE Jap SEAPLANE in a revetment near Ormoc Beach, Leyte

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Spanish Gate

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mounted machine gun in a calesa 1931

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A25a Striker Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, 1945

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After the recapture of Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, American intelligence officers examine a Japanese Mitsubishi G4M-2 bomber, Feb 1945

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Marine patrol near Olongapo 1899

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Spanish USA War

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American Farewell

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Surplus of Bombers

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Japanese teaching Filipinos 1942

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1979 Perimeter St (Colombian Drive)

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Olongapo

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U.S.S. New York AKA USS Rochester at the bottom of Subic Bay.

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George Bush graduated from high school on his 18th birthday, June 12, 1942, with World War II raging on two fronts. That same day, although he had been accepted at Yale University, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a seaman second class.

Bush served as a Naval Aviator in World War II, flying Avenger torpedo bombers in the Pacific. He was the youngest Navy pilot in World War II to earn his wings at that time.
Bush was shot down Sept. 2, 1944, during a bombing mission over a Japanese radio station at Chi Chi Jima in the Bonin Islands; Bush’s crew didn’t survive, but he parachuted to safety and was later rescued by the submarine USS Finback.

For his service in World War II Bush received the Distinguished Flying Cross, three Air Medals and the Presidential Unit Citation awarded to his carrier the USS San Jacinto.

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An Avenger torpedo bomber covering the landing of American forces on Leyte October 20, 1944

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Yamashita arrives for trial...1945.

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Rizal 1981

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USS 39 (SS 144) Off Olongapo Philippine Islands 1935

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Olongapo

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Between Banicain, Kalaklan and inside the base

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The Admiral House or 'White House' U.S Base Freeport Olongapo

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Military transports and other vessels at San Fernando, La Union1945

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Olongapo City 1972

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Douglas A-20 Havoc light bombers of the 389th Bomb Squadron, 312th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force attacking Clark Field January 20, 1945

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Japanese Army Air Force bomber crews at Clark Airfield being briefed before a planned attack on Corregidor Island in late April 1942

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F6F-5 Hellcats being prepared for take-off aboard the carrier Franklin off Luzon, Philippine Islands, Oct 1944

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Japanese Soldiers in Subic

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GIs and Filipinos guerrillas pinned down by Japanese fire at Bamban Tarlac January 1945

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Very early Subic Map

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Anitpolo 1900's

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American troops in Olongapo 1919

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Santa Rita River in early 1900's

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Old Olongapo

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Subic Bay U.S Base (Freeport) Sea Wall 1928

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Avengers heading back to their carrier after bombing Japanese shipping at Manila Bay January 1945

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Gate from what we know now as Old Cabalan into Kalayaan Freeport Zone

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Main gate to Base (Now Freeport)

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Barrier Baretto - No date sorry

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A Navy Helldiver roars over a Japanese hospital ship in Subic Bay during the strike at Port Silanguin 6 November 1944

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Soldiers in the 1900's

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Besides Cosmic

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US Navy lodge in Subic Bay back in the old days.

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Bldg. 229 Subic Bay

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Cubi Point

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US Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Philippines Commissioned 25 July, 1956

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Club Bullpen at Subic Bay

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Python Bend

16 Ft. Python captured alive at this bend by MCB2 "Catskinner" Limpus

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The Fasron 119 taking off at the cubi airport runway when it is being built.

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Subic Bay Naval Station and Olongapo Chapel in 1945, it lost its roof and the church goers are sitting on the east side of the church to take advantage of the shade.

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lots of Olongapo residential houses are along the beach what became the NAVSTA Subic Bay later and the SBFZ now. This is a pre WWII image and came from a Subic Bay USMC webpage.

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Old Olongapo before the US Expansion

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