Naval Station Sangley Point was a communication and hospital facility of the United States Navy which occupied the northern portion of the Cavite City peninsula and is surrounded by Manila Bay, approximately eight miles southwest of Manila, the Philippines. The station was a part of the Cavite Navy Yard across the peninsula. The naval station had a runway that was built after World War II, which was used by U.S. Navy P-2 Neptune, P-3 Orion, P4M-1Q Mercator bomber patrol planes. An adjacent seaplane runway, ramp area and seaplane tender berths also supported P5M Marlin patrol planes until that type's retirement from active naval service in the mid-1960s. NAS Sangley Point/NAVSTA Sangley Point was also used extensively during the Vietnam War, primarily for U.S. Navy patrol squadrons forward

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  • Danilo Atienza Air Base (voorheen: U.S. Naval Station Sangley Point) is een militaire vliegbasis in de Filipijnen. De basis, die gebruikt wordt door de Filipijnse luchtmacht, is gevestigd op de voormalige Amerikaanse marinebasis Sangley Point nabij Cavite City. Op 1 september 1971 werd de basis officieel overgedragen door de Amerikanen aan de Filipijnen. Daarvoor was de basis 73 jaar lang een Amerikaanse basis geweest. De basis wordt ook gebruikt als basis voor de Filipijnse marine. Coördinaten 14° 29′ 29″ NB, 120° 53′ 38″ OL (nl)
  • Naval Station Sangley Point was a communication and hospital facility of the United States Navy which occupied the northern portion of the Cavite City peninsula and is surrounded by Manila Bay, approximately eight miles southwest of Manila, the Philippines. The station was a part of the Cavite Navy Yard across the peninsula. The naval station had a runway that was built after World War II, which was used by U.S. Navy P-2 Neptune, P-3 Orion, P4M-1Q Mercator bomber patrol planes. An adjacent seaplane runway, ramp area and seaplane tender berths also supported P5M Marlin patrol planes until that type's retirement from active naval service in the mid-1960s. NAS Sangley Point/NAVSTA Sangley Point was also used extensively during the Vietnam War, primarily for U.S. Navy patrol squadrons forward deployed from the United States on six month rotations. The naval station was turned over to the Philippine government in 1971. It is now operated by the Philippine Air Force and Philippine Navy. (en)
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  • Danilo Atienza Air Base (voorheen: U.S. Naval Station Sangley Point) is een militaire vliegbasis in de Filipijnen. De basis, die gebruikt wordt door de Filipijnse luchtmacht, is gevestigd op de voormalige Amerikaanse marinebasis Sangley Point nabij Cavite City. Op 1 september 1971 werd de basis officieel overgedragen door de Amerikanen aan de Filipijnen. Daarvoor was de basis 73 jaar lang een Amerikaanse basis geweest. De basis wordt ook gebruikt als basis voor de Filipijnse marine. Coördinaten 14° 29′ 29″ NB, 120° 53′ 38″ OL (nl)
  • Naval Station Sangley Point was a communication and hospital facility of the United States Navy which occupied the northern portion of the Cavite City peninsula and is surrounded by Manila Bay, approximately eight miles southwest of Manila, the Philippines. The station was a part of the Cavite Navy Yard across the peninsula. The naval station had a runway that was built after World War II, which was used by U.S. Navy P-2 Neptune, P-3 Orion, P4M-1Q Mercator bomber patrol planes. An adjacent seaplane runway, ramp area and seaplane tender berths also supported P5M Marlin patrol planes until that type's retirement from active naval service in the mid-1960s. NAS Sangley Point/NAVSTA Sangley Point was also used extensively during the Vietnam War, primarily for U.S. Navy patrol squadrons forward (en)
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