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Naval Air Station Cubi Point

U.S. Naval Air Station Cubi Point was a United States Navy facility located at the edge of Naval Base Subic Bay and abutting the Bataan Peninsula in the Philippines.

Location: Bataan Peninsula, Philippines
Veterans: 25
Latest Activity: Aug 3

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RAO

Started by Kevin Warner Feb 1, 2013. 0 Replies

Those of you that are seeking information on retiring here in the Philippines might want to check this out.Retired Activities Office (RAO) Subic Bay,…Continue

NAS Cubi Point 1967-1970 pictures, etc

Started by Terry Schneider. Last reply by Kevin Warner Nov 20, 2011. 1 Reply

Cubi was my home for over one-half of my first enlistment.  I have not been back since September of 1970.  I know it was a long time ago but, I am looking for recent pictures of Cubi's Top Side that…Continue

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Comment by Don Glazer on August 3, 2014 at 9:28pm

I arrived in Subic Bay in July 1968 as a Seaman and was assigned to Fleet Intelligence Pacific under the command of Commander Nick Oakley.  Nick was one of the finest persons I have ever met and remained friends with him until his death in Sept, 2010.  I was an enlisted man but had graduated from Law School and Nick sent me over to the legal department in Cubi Point where I remained for almost two years.  I evenually advanced to E-5 and was asked to be defense counsel in several court martials, most of them on board various Air Craft Carriers and in DaNang. While at Cubi I became friends with other sailors that I remain good friends to this day.  Being in the Navy and being at Cubi was one of the most significant times of my life and even though it was during a war I did have some great times.  I especially liked when I was able to get a flight out to a Carrier when I was TAD orders for trials. I enjoyed the PI and had lots of chances to travel all around the Islands.  Cubi was a great duty station and I well remember that we had one of the best mess halls in the Navy.  Would love to hear from others who were there at the same time I was.

Comment by julian lupienski on April 18, 2014 at 7:26am

arrived san miguel jan 66 from there sent to subic then navcomunit nas cubi pt...went from e5 to e6 left mid jan 68....busy but learned alot....ships from 60 to 65...icebreaker then oiler......

Comment by william c. mitchell on July 13, 2013 at 12:38pm

My command was in Subic but I work at the mail shed next to NOACT on the ramp NAS Cubi Pt. We loaded and unloaded the aircraft with mail mostly for Yankee Station off the coast of Vietnam. After the sked. C 1s and C2s were loaded I would ride to other line shacks and ask if they had any flights going out to any of the Carriers, some could fit a bag or two in there planes. They all like to carry mail because they would get a quick turn around and the ship would treat them very good..  I enjoyed my job there and had a lot of fun in Po city.

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Comment by Kevin Warner on June 1, 2013 at 4:37pm

Anybody that was stationed at Subic should have this book in their library.

 

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