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Clark Veterans Cemetery

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Description:

Clark cemetery site was established in 1950 and contains non-World War II related remains from the base and other U.S. cemeteries in Manila. It was the last active USAF cemetery outside of the U.S. Today it is maintained by the American Battle Monuments Commission. The graves date back to 1900. All branches of the United States armed forces are represented as well as PHILIPPINE Scouts, Philippine Constabulary, and citizens of other nations. The CEMETERY contains12,000 grave sites in an area encompassing 20.365 acres. The site includes two memorials, one Isolated Burial of an Iraq war soldier, and the second a marker remembering the Bataan Death March in WW2.

Address:

Manual A. Roxas Highway , , Angeles City , , , Phillipines

Clark Veterans Cemetery is located north of Angeles City in the Republic of the Phillipines just off the SCTEX. The cemetery is located on Roxas Ave just inside the main gate to the Clark Development Corporation.

Map reference (click on pin to see Lat/Long):

15.166327 120.574535 Manual A. Roxas Highway

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