USS Frank Cable, USS Asheville to Arrive in Subic Bay

Subic Bay will host routine port calls from the United States Navy submarines USS Frank Cable and USS Asheville on Friday and Saturday, according to

The visit of these two submarines will “highlight the strong historic community and military relations” between two countries, said the US Embassy in Manila in a statement.

USS Frank Cable and USS Asheville will be refueled and resupplied during the visit.

Naval Today Staff, June 7, 2013

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