Posts Tagged ‘Olongapo ’

US NAVY SHIP IN MISHAP WITH FISHING BOATS IN SUBIC BAY

A US Navy ship figured in a mishap with two (2) fishing boats in Subic Bay on Monday night. USS Stethem (DDG 63), according to a report of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Law Enforcement Department (LED), was on its way out of Subic… [More]

POLICE, US INVESTIGATORS SOLVE MALE HOMOSEXUAL’S DEATH

Olongapo City – Philippine Police and US Naval authorities have already jointly solved the case of the male homosexual’s death in a cheap hotel here around past midnight on Sunday, according to PNP Chief Inspector Gil A. Domingo, Olongapo Police Station 3 Commander. “The case… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 7 No. 35 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 7 no. 35 edition . Pls. click to zoom to view page  

Thousands Of US Sailors on 3 Ships Arriving in Subic – Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr.

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – Businessmen and residents here and nearby communities are bracing up for the arrival of some 5,000 US Navy personnel and marines aboard three (3) US Navy ships that are expected to arrive tomorrow, Saturday. USS Frank Cable (AS 40), a ship… [More]

FILIPINO SAILORS ADVANCE AS “SHELLBACKS” AT SEA

The Philippine Navy has 105 less “Pollywogs,” a term for sailors who have never crossed on a sea voyage the Equator, an imaginary line which divides the earth into the northern and southern hemispheres.   Aboard BRP Ramon Alcaraz, the 105 navymen earned the title… [More]

BRP Ramon Alcaraz engages Japanese warship off the waters of Indonesia

Shortly before crossing the equator off the waters of Indonesia, the Philippine warship BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF-16) engaged in a meeting procedure the Japanese warship JS Hatakaze (DDG-171)  as a passing exercise (PASSEX). Like Alcaraz, Hatakaze is also en route to Australia to participate in KAKADU 2014,… [More]

PHILIPPINE WARSHIP LEAVES FOR WAR GAMES IN AUSTRALIA  by Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr.

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – The warship BRP Ramon Alcaraz (PF-16) of the Philippine Navy set sail this morning (Sunday, 17th August 2014) on a week-long journey to participate in the multi-lateral military exercises “KAKADU 2014” at Northern Australia from Aug. 25 to Sept. 12, 2014…. [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 7 No. 28 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 7 no. 27 edition . Pls. click to zoom to view page  

Alternate routes for repair of major bridge

CABANATUAN CITY — Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) announced Friday the alternate routes in light with the ongoing repair and retrofitting of the General Luna bridge, otherwise know as Valdefuente bridge, which has caused heavy traffic along the Valdefuente-Mayapyap-Caalibangbangan section of Maharlika highway…. [More]

Vaccine for 1.5M kids in CL vs measles, rubella, polio

CLARK FREEPORT — Around 1.5 million kids in Central Luzon from 0-59 months will receive this September free vaccination against measles, rubella, and polio. “This month long activity is part of a national campaign that seeks to interrupt transmission of measles and rubella reaching every purok… [More]