Lingayen Gulf


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Lingayen Gulf

a large inlet of the South China Sea in the Philippines, on the NW coast of Luzon: site of the Japanese landing in the 1941 invasion
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of the Fifth District of Pangasinan to coincide with the Lingayen Gulf Landings celebration, began with a wreath-laying ceremony and a 21-gun salute honoring the veterans.
Douglas MacArthur in Lingayen Gulf took place and became the turning point for the liberation of the Philippines and the entire Pacific region from Japanese occupation.
More honors followed, including a Purple Heart and three Presidential Unit Citations for defense of the Philippines, Lingayen Gulf and Bataan.
Some locations upstream from the mouth of the river and the saline waters of the Lingayen Gulf remain below salinity 30 even during the height of the hot dry Philippine summer.
1258, the Lingayen Gulf, along with 184 hectares that cover the villages of Sabangan, Estanza, Malimpuec and Capandanan, were declared by former President Fidel Ramos as environmentally critical areas in 1998.
For the third time, a measure that would raise the pension of World War II veterans to P20,000 has been filed in Congress, a Pangasinan lawmaker said on Wednesday during the 73rd anniversary program of the Lingayen Gulf landing by liberation forces led by Gen.
I was able to convince our school driver to allow me to practice on our school jeepney along the shores of Lingayen Gulf.
Kampac Group, a Dubai-based oil and gas company will invest in Pangasinan by putting up an Energy City project in Sual town due to its strategic location along the Lingayen Gulf.
Previous studies available are focused only on the most common and popular Asian moon scallop Amusium pleuronectes in the Visayan Sea (Liana & Aprieto 1980) and Lingayen Gulf (Del Norte 1991) several decades ago.
The Royal Australian Navy also took part in the other naval battles that comprise the American-led effort against the Japanese forces, the Battles of Surigao Strait in Mindanao and Lingayen Gulf in Luzon.
On this date in 1945,during World War II, American forces began landing at Lingayen Gulf in the Philippines.