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K-9 Cemetery, Clark Freeport, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines
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1.7 km
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The K-9 Cemetery is a burial ground in Clark City, Pampanga, dedicated to dogs who served in the United States Air Force during their time in the Philippines. The cemetery, which covers an area of about 200 square meters, was established in the 1980s before the Americans left the then-military air base.

Since its construction, the cemetery has remained a significant historic landmark, given that these heroic dogs were also part of the military ranks. Around 150 U.S. military dogs are buried in the cemetery, with each having its own tomb and bronze markers with their names engraved on them.  

After the departure of the U.S. Air Force in the early 1990s, the cemetery was placed under the jurisdiction of the Clark Development Corporation, which continues to maintain it as a cultural and historical site in the province. 

Best time to visit

Since the cemetery is an outdoor site, it's best to visit during the Philippines' dry season (December to May). 

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