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Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 14 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 8 no. 14 edition. Pls. click to zoom to view…

USS FORT WORTH VISITS SUBIC

  SUBIC BAY – The littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) stopped in Subic Bay, on May 4 to resupply and refuel before continuing routine operations in the 7th Fleet area of responsibility. This is the first stop in the Philippines for Fort… [More]

Subic port now preferred by more shippers

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — More shipping companies and port users in Central and Northern Luzon are now preferring to use the Port of Subic as transshipment hub because of easy access and lower cost. The shippers lauded the advantages of the Subic port during the… [More]

SUBIC  ONE-STOP SHOP LAUNCHED

Cabinet Secretary Jose Almendras and SBMA Chairman and Administrator Roberto V. Garcia at the blessing of the One-Stop-Shop officiated by Catholic Priest Rev. Fr. Pol Lizada. Secretary Almendras (3rd frm R) and SBMA Chairman and Administrator Garcia (3rd frm L) officially opened the One-Stop-Shop that… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 09 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 8 no. 09 edition. Pls. click to zoom to view…

Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 08 in jpg

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Subic Maritime Conference on Central, Northern Luzon gateway potentials

  SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), in cooperation with the Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC), is holding the 2nd Subic Bay Maritime Conference & Exhibit on April 24, 2015 at the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center in Subic… [More]

‘PAWIKAN’ hatchlings released in Zambales

As part of SM Olongapo’s community service through the SM Cares program, some sixty five (65) Olive Ridley Sea Turtle hatchlings were released in Brgy. La Paz San Narciso, Zambales on March 22, 2015. SM was joined by the ‘Katimpuyog’ organization chaired by LaRainne A…. [More]

Unit Energy Manager Program For Energy-Efficient Behavior

  Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington, D.C. – A reliable supply of energy and water on installations is critical to maintain consistent, mission-essential operations and to allow Marines to respond quickly and effectively in times of crisis. Success in combat begins with preparation on bases, and… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 06 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 8 no. 06 edition. Pls. click to zoom to view…