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USS S-37 moored alongside USS Canopus, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, date unknownUSS Jason (center) at Dewey Drydock, Subic Bay Navy Yard, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 9 Mar 1932; note USS Canopus at upper right with S-38 (outboard) and three other submarines
USS S-37 moored alongside USS Canopus, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, date unknownUSS Jason (center) at Dewey Drydock, Subic Bay Navy Yard, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 9 Mar 1932; note USS Canopus at upper right with S-38 (outboard) and three other submarines
USS S-37, USS S-38, USS S-39, and USS S-40 at Olongapo, Philippine Islands, circa 1933-1934Emilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935
USS S-37, USS S-38, USS S-39, and USS S-40 at Olongapo, Philippine Islands, circa 1933-1934Emilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935
USS S-39 off Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 1935First inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel Quezon, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935
USS S-39 off Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 1935First inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel Quezon, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935
Manuel Quezon climbing the stairs of Malaca├▒ang Palace for the first time as the president, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935Official signing ceremony of the Charter of Zamboanga City, Mindanao island, Philippine Islands, 12 Oct 1936
Manuel Quezon climbing the stairs of Malaca├▒ang Palace for the first time as the president, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935Official signing ceremony of the Charter of Zamboanga City, Mindanao island, Philippine Islands, 12 Oct 1936
Philippine President Manuel Quezon and US High Commissioner Paul McNutt, 1938USS Canopus with USS S-39 and three other submarines, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, 5 Jul 1938
Philippine President Manuel Quezon and US High Commissioner Paul McNutt, 1938USS Canopus with USS S-39 and three other submarines, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, 5 Jul 1938
Douglas MacArthur at the induction ceremony of Philippine Army Air Corps, Zablan Field, Camp Murphy, Rizal, Philippine Islands, 15 Aug 1941; behind MacArthur, left to right: Richard Sutherland, Harold George, William Marquat, LeGrande DillerEthnic Chinese from Taiwan in Japanese Army service, Philippine Islands, 1942-1944
Douglas MacArthur at the induction ceremony of Philippine Army Air Corps, Zablan Field, Camp Murphy, Rizal, Philippine Islands, 15 Aug 1941; behind MacArthur, left to right: Richard Sutherland, Harold George, William Marquat, LeGrande DillerEthnic Chinese from Taiwan in Japanese Army service, Philippine Islands, 1942-1944
Temporary hospital in a lateral tunnel of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, 1942MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942
Temporary hospital in a lateral tunnel of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, 1942MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942
Ed Dyess celebrating after raid on Subic Bay, Philippines, Mar 1942American garrison surrendered at Corregidor, May 1942
Ed Dyess celebrating after raid on Subic Bay, Philippines, Mar 1942American garrison surrendered at Corregidor, May 1942
Prince Yi U exiting an aircraft, Philippines, 1 Jun 1943Philippine guerrilla leader Ram├│n Magsaysay, 1940s
Prince Yi U exiting an aircraft, Philippines, 1 Jun 1943Philippine guerrilla leader Ram├│n Magsaysay, 1940s
Strike photo taken from planes flying from USS Essex of the attack on Surigao Harbor in northern Mindanao, Philippine Islands, 9 Sep 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and his Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Richard Sutherland, on the flag bridge of USS Nashville during the Leyte landing operations, Oct 1944.
Strike photo taken from planes flying from USS Essex of the attack on Surigao Harbor in northern Mindanao, Philippine Islands, 9 Sep 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and his Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Richard Sutherland, on the flag bridge of USS Nashville during the Leyte landing operations, Oct 1944.

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