Fil-Am Friendship Day

The 4th of July is celebrated in the Philippines as Filipino-American Friendship Day. It commemorates the heroism of American and Filipino soldiers who fought side by side against the Japanese during World War II. And nothing best binds this friendship better than the workhorse that helped them win the war, the vintage military jeep.

It is thus just fitting that SM City Clark Pampanga decided to have a week-long display of the vintage military jeeps at its Activity Area to commemorate Fil-Am Fest. Clark Air Base in Pampanga used to be the biggest US Air Force base outside of the USA, thus there is a lot in it that is so American, the jeeps included.

Members of the Pampanga chapter of the Military Vehicle Collectorsa�� Club came in full military uniform and provided the vintage jeeps to spice up the event. MD Juan co-organized the event and provided the logistics.

Thousands came to look at the vintage jeeps and have their pictures taken. Needless to say, the event was a big hit!

Opening: June 30 a�� July 03, 2012
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  • Jeep display

Last Day: July 04, 2012

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