This subcategory is about news from Corregidor and related matters.
Zg340. (-007) this is at the entrance to Barretto, coming from Olongapo; left is Abra Street. A Philippine Navy truck stalled and another arrived and the cargo was shifted. They are most likely on their way to the Philippine Navy Training Center in San Antonio, Zambales, our former San Miguel Navy Communication Station.Read More
Zg342. (-009) we are at the mouth of the Matain River flowing into Subic Bay at low tide. The concrete dolphins are the Dizon Port where copper/gold ore was loaded onto ships when the Dizon Mine was still operating. It closed in 1996 or 97 due to rain causing landslide in the open pit mine.Read More
Aguinaldo Proclamation of Independence Document Restoration The Gen. MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk sent out this request on the 27th June 2023. Hey everybody, Last spring, the MacArthur Memorial’s Aguinaldo Proclamation of Independence took second place in the Virginia Association of Museums contest for a restoration grant. Since then, we have been raising money for the […]Read More
Zg331. It seems some military visitors organized their own Corregidor visit (April 2023) and tight up their special crafts to the famous Lorcha Dock were Gen. MacArthur departed from in March 1942 with a heavy heart for Australia to organize his return to the Philippines and the defeat of Japan per repeated orders of President […]Read More