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The amphibious assault ship USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA-3) is docked at Leyte Pier prior to departing from the station. U.S. naval forces are departing from Naval Station, Subic Bay and Naval Air Station, Cubi Point, control of which will be assumed by the Philippine government

The amphibious assault ship USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA-3) is docked at Leyte Pier prior to departing from the station. U.S. naval forces are departing from Naval Station, Subic Bay and Naval Air Station, Cubi Point, control of which will be assumed by the Philippine government

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Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Naval Air Station, Cubi Point

State: Luzon

Country: Philippines (PHL)

Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Farrington

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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02/11/1992
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