Important: If you are trying to reconnect with other Clark Air Base members,
find work around the former bases, or discuss Clark with others,
please post on our discussion forum.
This forum is fully indexed by Google, so others will see your posts even if
they have not been on our website.
It was a unique experience for many Americans!
The process of taking what amounts
to a small town of 20,000 folks and plunking it down in the middle of the
Philippines yielded a wonderful experience. Given that most former
residents may never visit Clark or see their friends again,
the need for this page is obvious.
Even though we're the Clark AB Pages, we also welcome anyone who was
at Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Camp John Hay, Camp O'Donnell, Camp Wallace,
Nichol's Field, Fort William McKinley, Port of Manila or any other U.S.
Army or Air Force installation in the Philippines.
Clark's rough start in the 19th century gave way to warm
friendship between the Filipino and American military.
An era ended in 1991 with the eruption of
Now in stock: The Corregidor Story, the 1968 edition of the
Clark Air Base Handbook, and several Philippine Flyer issues!
NCO Club Newsletters.
For Mount Pinatubo items, see
Home For Christmas
Philippine Flyer issue.
Road maps, base maps, aeronautical charts, and satellite photos.
And there's much more, including blueprints, in our
Hold onto your seat -- we've got over 100 MB of photos online!
Plus some excellent photo essays by people who were at Clark.
405 FW, and
Check the offsite links below for more!
Listen to actual broadcasts and recordings from Clark AB in the form of
MP3 and RealAudio files.
The most exhaustive list of Clark links anywhere!
For personal web pages of those who attended Clark schools, drop by the
Almost everything you wanted to know -- and didn't -- about living halfway around the world!
Climatological normals for the base are here.
A special page for retirees still in the Clark area. Contains year
2000 issues of the Afterburner and a RAO office link.
If you want to share your Clark AB experience and photos for posterity, please
contact me at the link below. Services available for free include creating a
permanent page on this website for you to tell your story,
giving you user space if you'd like to upload your own files,
and scanning/returning photos to you. -- Tim