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An aerial view with the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32) docked at the pier in the foreground at the right

A port beam view of the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32) docked at a pier

An aerial view which includes the officers club, near water, and the Mubahay bachelor officers quarters and adjacent tennis courts

An aerial view of the buildings near the water

A photographer takes a picture of the shore while he is aboard a helicopter in flight

An aerial view of the buildings near the pier where a cargo ship is docked after being unloaded

An aerial view, which includes part of the Naval Base, Subic Bay, left, part of the city of Olongapo and the bridge that is built over the canal to join the two communities

An aerial view of buildings and a trailer park at the right

A view of Grande Island

An aerial view of the Public Works Center, bottom left, and the surrounding buildings

A view of the waterfront side of the officers' club

A view of the airfield

A high angle view of the dispensary, left of center, and surrounding buildings

A commercial cargo ship underway with a full load

A view of the pier area with docked ships including the auxiliary stores ship USNS RIGEL (T-AF-58) and the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS BAINBRIDGE (CGN-25) in the foreground. At left are the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31), the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7) and the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32)

The large harbor tug USS OPELIKA (YTB-798) pulls up along the starboard side of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) before towing the submarine into port

A bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarines USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway with crew members riding the sail

A high angle view of a floating dry dock and ships docked at the pier. The docked ships are, from front to rear, the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32), the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31) and the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145)

An aerial view with the guided missile cruiser USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31), and the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145), right, docked at the pier

A view of the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32), left, the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7) and the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31) docked at a pier

An aerial view of the chiefs' club next to the enlisted men's dining facility, upper right

A view of the Naval Base, Subic Bay, with the city of Olongapo in the background. The ships docked at the pier in the foreground are, from right: the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31), the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7) and the guided missile cruiser WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32)

An aerial view of the officers club with the Mubahay bachelor officers quarters, lower right

An aerial view of Runway 25

A view of the helicopter pad

A view of Grande Island

A view of the docked ships including the guided missile destroyer USS BERKELEY (DDG-15), the frigate USS HEPBURN (FF-1055), the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31) and the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7)

A low angle view of ships docked at the pier as the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) passes by. Among the docked ships is the store ship USNS RIGEL (T-AF-58)

A port bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) as seen through the windshield of a helicopter in flight

View from a helicopter of crewmen standing on the deck of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621)

A port view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway

A starboard side view of the nuclear-powered attack submarines USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway with crewmen riding the sail

A starboard bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway with crewmen on deck

An aerial view of the Naval Base, Subic Bay, right, and, on the other side of the canal, the city of Olongapo

An aerial view which includes part of the Naval Base, Subic Bay, the city of Olongapo, bottom right, and the bridge that is built over the canal to join the two communities

An aerial view of the motor pool and adjacent trailer park

A view of two ships in a dry dock with other ships docked at the pier. The docked ships include the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS BAINBRIDGE (CGN-25), the auxiliary store ship USNS RIGEL (T-AF-58) and the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145)

A port bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway with crewmen on deck

A high angle view of the attack submarine USS DARTER (SS-576), the guided missile destroyer USS BERKELEY (DDG-15) and the frigate USS HEPBURN (FF-1055) docked at the pier

A starboard view of the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS BAINBRIDGE (CGN-25) with other ships. Three submarines, including the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621), are docked off the port bow of the BAINBRIDGE. The four ships on the other side of the pier are, right to left: the guided missile cruiser USS WILLIAM H. STANDLEY (CG-32), the guided missile destroyer USS HENRY B. WILSON (DDG-7), the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31) and the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145)

The large harbor tug OPELIKA (YTB-798) pulls up along the starboard side of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) before towing the submarine into port

A view of Building 1026, left, and Building 1022 and Building 1027

A view of the airfield with aircraft parked near the hangars at the left

An aerial view of the city of Olongapo with the bridge leading to the U.S. Naval Base, Subic Bay, which is partially visible at bottom right

An aerial view which includes part of the U.S. Naval Base, Subic Bay, left and foreground, part of the city of Olongapo and also the bridge that is built over the canal to join the two communities

An aerial view of the dispensary with the motor pool and a trailer park in the background

An aerial view of the buildings and sites near the water

An aerial view of a building across from a park, top

A port bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS HADDOCK (SSN-621) underway with crew members riding the sail

An air-to-air right side view of an SH-3A Sea King helicopter from Fleet Composite Squadron 5 (VC-5)

A view of a small boat pier

An aerial view of the station laundry and the surrounding buildings

A partial aerial view of Grande Island

A starboard view of the oiler USNS HASSAYAMPA (T-AO-145) docked at the pier with other ships

An aerial view of the city of Olongapo. The bridge that leads to the Naval Base, Subic Bay, is visible at bottom right

An aerial view of the chiefs' club next to the enlisted men's dining facility, upper right

An aerial view of the enlisted men's dining facility, center, and the surrounding buildings

A high angle view of a maintenance area with a cesspool at left

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