This is the first sub category for Subic Bay, if too many post are created I will add a No.2 sub category, etc.
Zo956. The Philippines was the host country in for the 2019 South East Asia Games. The games were conducted in several different venues including Subic Bay. This Subic Gym building is located along the Aguinaldo St., our sailor’s former Liberty Route to the main gate. It was built by the new Management, the Subic Bay […]Read More
Zd890. This is one of three pictures of Ernest J. Gaines Tomb in the Gains Beach area on Redondo Peninsular in Subic Bay on the 4th of Aug. 2006. Very few people were residing there then but my hiking partners and I wanted to see the tomb. ———————————— Ernest J. Gaines was/is a Legend in […]Read More
– Zo948. The NLEX Corporation reports the capacity expansion of the 8.2-kilometer Subic Freeport Expressway (SFEX) is significantly progressing! Picture and text are curtesy of the NLEX Corporation. ——————————————— Album description: Although my family is stuck in Hawaii in 2020, I watch the news and I receive stuff from the inter net about Subic Bay. […]Read More
The Subic-Tipo Expressway is widened! Ze535. This is the starting end of the Subic-Tipo Expressway, at this end there were already 4 lanes, they are separated now to construct the new connections to the SBFZ roads. ——————————————- The Subic-Tipo Expressway is built by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) after the U.S. Navy left and […]Read More
Ze419. (-01) I start this album with 5 maps or images; this is a recent Google Earth image of the Kalaklan Point area in Olongapo and the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) Kalaklan Gate area. ———————————————– On this walk, the 14th of March 2019 I first took some pictures of the Kalaklan Point area in […]Read More
Ze143. This is the ex Subic Bay SRF Diving Locker from the Causeway, 2019-03-25 —————————————- My last duty station was in this building, the Ship Repair Facility (SRF) Diving Locker. When we turned over the Subic Bay Naval Facilities in Nov. 1992, the Recompression Chamber continued operating to treat diving accident victims to 2004, I […]Read More
On the 24th of July 2018 I took a walk from Barrio Barretto, thru SBFZ, the former Naval Base and then walked to the Olongapo Market. On the 25th July I walked thru Barrio Barretto. These pictures were shot during these two walks. Heavy rainfall floods 16 villages in Olongapo By: Joanna Aglibot – @inquirerdotnet […]Read More