Media Category: Pampanga

Images from the province Pampanga

Ze564

Ze564

Ze564. This is my youngest sister and I in Angeles City, in the Philippines. She was a stewardess with Continental Air flying military charter flights to Viet Nam. I delayed my trip to Viet Nam a couple days so we could meet.

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Zc526

Zc526.Camp Dau, later called Camp Del Pilar, on the 5th Nov. 1944; provided by David Metherell. On this image David zoomed in and marked some landmarks. It seems most of the buildings are intact. In regards of the Olongapo Naval Station, I always read that the Marines burned down everything before their retreat to Mariveles in 1942. This was a large new Philippine Army installation and many future senior Philippine Army Officer must have went thru here for their artillery training.

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Zc525

Zc525.Clark Air Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp Dau 5th Nov. 1944; provided by David Metherell. David has granted the request and sent this copy, marked up and 4 additional images.

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Zc524.Clark Air Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp Dau 5th Nov. 1944; provided by David Metherell.

David sent me this picture, I recognized Fort Stotsenburg, Clark Air Field is not to clear. And I did not realize that Camp Dau (aka Camp Del Pilar), all the way to the left was that big and I was not sure whether that was it. I asked him to send another copy and try to indentify things on the picture.

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Zc529

Zc529

Zc529.This is the Culayo Cemetery next to Camp Dau, later called Camp Del Pilar in about 1945; provided by David Metherell. David says it was established here temporally for the soldiers that died in retaking Clark Field and Fort Stotsenburg. This was an extra gift from David, thank you Comrade!

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Zc528

Zc528

Zc528.Camp Dau, later called Camp Del Pilar, probably 1944 or 1945, roughly that time frame; provided by David Metherell. David marked in the location of the two artillery-like-shells-type-columns. It looks to me that the new Philippine Army maybe had a hospital here also. I’m surprised that many of the barracks are intact, maybe this is a prewar image and I am wrong about the 1944-45 guess.

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Zc527

Zc527. This is the Dau Train Station, probably 1944 or 1945, roughly that time frame; provided by David Metherell.

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Zc464

Zc464

Zc464. One of six images, sweeping from left to right are photo shots of the Clark Freeport from the Philippine Army Artillery Monument, this is in the SE direction.

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Zc469

Zc469

Zc469. One of six images, sweeping from left to right are shots of the Clark Freeport from the Philippine Army Artillery Monument, this is in the NW direction.

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Zc468

Zc468

Zc468. One of six images, sweeping from left to right are shots of the Clark Freeport from the Philippine Army Artillery Monument, this is in the east direction. We are looking at the Petron Gas station in an east direction.

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