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National Naval Aviation Museum, continued
Looks like one of those Transformer toys.
Jo Ingram deplaning President Nixon's chopper.
Now SHE really IS NOT a crook!
Apparently they hadn't invented "haze grey" yet.
nearly 40 years, the NAS Cubi Point Officers' Club, in the Republic of the
was a mix of American efficiency and Filipino hospitality.
The club was especially famous for its Plaque Bar, where transiting squadrons retired old plaques
and commissioned new ones to commemorate each WestPac tour.
The tradition of placing plaques in the O' Club bar was started during the Vietnam Conflict
and endured until the closing of the base in 1992.
When the original officers' club was closed in 1992, the thousands of plaques that adorned the walls of the club
were packed up and sent to the Museum to be placed as they were when the Cubi Club was closed.
The Ingram's, Maguire's and Rank's enjoy lunch at the Cubi Bar Cafe.