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San Miguel, San Antonio, Zambales Province, Luzon, Republic of the Philippines
San Miguel was located on the South China Sea, about 26 miles (1 hour drive) north of the U.S. Naval Base at Subic Bay. The station took its name from the small fishing barrio (village) of San Miguel, a suburb of San Antonio, in the province of Zambales, on the Philippine island of Luzon. The station covered 2,158 acres.
San Antonio, Zambales is about 10 minutes from the beach. It is also near Subic City, which is about a 30 minute drive. San Antonio is a fishing village overlooking two islands, named the Capones Islands. Just a few minutes drive to the former U.S. Naval Communication Station at San Miguel. San Miguel was about 3 km from San Antonio. The entire stretch of the Zambales province in the West is rimmed by the crystal-clear waters of the South China Sea. There are 13 sprawling towns dotting the province from the North to South, most of them along the shoreline. They are Sta. Cruz, Candelaria, Masinloc, Palauig, Iba, Botolan, Cabangan, San Felipe,San Narciso, San Antonio, San Marcelino, Castillejos and Subic. Olongapo, until it became a chartered city, was the 14th town.
Company C Marine Support Battalion was co-located with the NSG Dept in San Miguel.
Naval Security Group Station History Dates Updated: 13 Jul 08 ======================================================================================== Station Opened Closed/Disestablished
San Miguel, San Antonio, Zambales Province, Luzon, Republic of the Philippines NSG Dept, NCS Philippines, Sangley Point, Philippines Jun 1954 Jan 1958 COMSEC Unit #703 Moved to San Miguel, Philippines Jan 1958 NSG Dept, NCS Philippines, San Miguel, Philippines Jan 1958 Dec 1975 COMSEC moved to Subic Bay, Philippines Mar 1970 To Clark AB, Philippines Dec 1975 =================================================================================== Santa Rita, Mount Santa Rita, Zambales Mountains, Luzon, Philippines
Subic Bay, Zambales, Luzon, Republic of the Philippines COMSEC 703, Subic Bay, Philippines Mar 1970 Detachment of NSG Dept, NCS San Miguel, Philippines NSG Det Subic Bay, Philippines Mar 1970 28 Oct 1991 NSGA Clark AB moved to Subic Bay, and formed: NSGA Subic Bay, Philippines 28 Oct 1991 18 May 1992