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Clark Airbase Hospital was built during world war 2 and Vietnam war. Many wounded american soldiers from Vietnam was brought here and hundreds of soldiers was died on this hospital. Clark Air Base is a former United States Air Force base on Luzon Island in the Philippines during the war. The soundtrack and video is partially same to the two videos of abandoned waverly hills sanatorium in USA.
You might look at this short video piece and realize just how time has flown by in recent years. The visible growth of the former Clark Air Base (now Air Force City), Mabalacat, Balibago, and Angeles City since events of Mt. Pinatubo have brought us into a new century, with hopes for a continued prosperous future. This mixture of Clark scenes, past and present, bring those points into focus, as we witness clear evidence of change and reflect on Clark's great legacy...
A quick tour of a well known haunted location. Do you hear a woman's voice whispering? No woman was with us.
pictures from clark now and then .. a leric from the past I think that I was born in the wrong era!(; I feel that I was meant to live in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, you know. Personally, I believe that it is because I was someone else in another life... Things seemed a little more simple then, than this modern mess, i could give up internet and the only drawback that I see would be the lack of modern medicine. .but if I was born then I would not know that I was missing anything. .
Pacific Air Forces, at U.S. Pacific Command's direction, stood up an Air Contingent at Clark Air Base, Philippines. The Air Contingent began flying their first missions focusing on working with the Philippines Air Force and providing air and maritime awareness within the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. James Stewart takes us to Clark to learn more about the Air Contingent's mission in the Philippines. Video Courtesy: U.S. Air Force video by Tech. Sgt. James Stewart FONTS: TSgt James Stewart; Reporting Col Larry Card; Air Contingent Commander
July 5, 2016 @ CLARK AIRBASE PAMPANGA Once again, President Duterte said in this speech about his Fight towards Illegal Drugs and will show no mercy to people that is involved in such illegal activities.
69th Founding Anniversary of the Philippine Air Force July 5, 2016 Speech of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte during the 69th Founding Anniversary of the Philippine Air Force at the Air Force City, Clark Airbase, Pampanga
U.S. Air Force test pilot Major Bill Allison (Robert Clarke) flies an experimental aircraft to sub-orbital spaceflight successfully but loses radio contact. He lands at his airbase that now is abandoned and seems old and unused. Mystified by his surroundings, he sees a futuristic city on the horizon where he is rendered unconscious and captured by the inhabitants. Allison discovers that he has entered a wormhole through time and has landed in the year 2024 that contains survivors from a cosmic plague that hit the Earth starting in 1971. The inhabitants of the dystopia who are dying out live in an underground city called The Citadel. They are led by the Supreme (Vladimir Sokoloff) and his mute and telepathic granddaughter Princess Trirene (twenty-year old, at the time, Darlene Tompkins). A...
On Fixing, Airports, Subic Airbase, Diosdado Macapagal Airport, Clark international Airport, Major Infrastructures, Senate Session No. 27, September 28, 2016, Richard Gordon, Manny Pacquiao, Frank Drilon, Tito Soto, Migs Zubiri Senator Gordon Speech Earns Support From The Philippine Senate
This video is directed towards President Barack Obama, the American Taxpayer and the American voter. Viewing of this video is Not intended for the people in the Philippines. Although if viewed by Filipinos, there are good issues within this video that should be considered by the Philippine government and the Filipino people that would improve the conditions of this country. It has come to my attention that President Obama plans to visit the Philippines towards the end of April, 2014. To follow is some background on myself and the reasons why President Obama should Not visit the Philippines. I ran for US Congress in east Texas (TX-01) in 2006 (the Democratic Nominee) and 2008 (as an Independent) against Louie Gohmert. One of several endorsements was the Libertarian Party in east Texas. Af...
Catalog number: VIS 201.0153 In this interview, Ken Griffiths describes his experiences as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) officer during the Vietnam War. He recalls his education and his decision to volunteer to serve in Vietnam. His trip to Vietnam included Tampa, Florida, Travis AFB (Calif.), Clark AFB in the Philippines, and Bien Hoa Airbase in Vietnam. He comments on the familiarity of the red clay and palm trees there. He received a three-day orientation and worked as a foreign claims officer. He recalls living conditions there and remarks on the media reporting of the war. He relates his post-war career, working at the Pentagon, Bailey's Crossroads (Va.), and remaining in the reserves.
SUPPORT ME & LIKE MY FBPAGE: http://www.facebook.com/tranzemaniacdj ===================================== DOWNLOAD: http://www.dewesh.com/2013/08/the-future-sounds-of-asia-051.html ===================================== Airing Date: 22 July, 2009 Stations: TranceFM, PuresoundFM, DiscovertranceRadio,1MixRadio Another episode of my Radioshow "Future Sounds Of Asia". I am uploading all these old mixes because people requested some of these episodes. I hope you are going to like these tunes. Hit subscribe for more. Tracklist: 01. Miika Kuisma - Trying My New Wings (Original Mix) [SubTraxx] 02. Matan Zohar - Swan (Original Mix) [Intuition Deep] 03. Evave - To The Stars (Original Mix) [Enhanced Progressive] 04. Dynamic Emotion - My Symphony (Original Mix) [Elliptical] 05. Fabio XB feat. Ronn...