History of Clark
Information and articles can be found here about the history of Clark dating back to the days when it was an important part of American military presence in Asia.
Clark Air Base was named for Harold M. Clark, U.S. Army Signal Corps. Born in Minnesota and reared in Manila, Clark was commissioned a second lieutenant of Cavalry in 1913. In 1916, he transferred to the Aviation Section of the Signal Corps, and in 1917 was rated a Junior Military Aviator.
Clark Field remained an Army Air Base until May 1949, when its facilities were transferred to the U.S. Air Force. Prior to this was organized at Clark.
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