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Gov. Espino shows WW-II marker to Aussie Envoy

 Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. (center) shows the marker dedicated to servicemen and civilians of World War II to Australian Ambassador Bill Twedell (2nd from left), Returned Services League of Australia President James Curtis Smith (2nd from right) and Australian Royal Navy Warrant Officer Chuck Connor (right) during the celebration of the 69th Lingayen Gulf Landings and 7th Pangasinan Veterans’ Day last January 9 at the Veterans’ Park, Capitol Complex in Lingayen.  The marker reminds the people of servicemen and civilians that include Australian soldiers who fought bravely against the imperial Japanese Forces and have lost their lives at the Lingayen Gulf during the World War II in 1944-1945. The Australian soldiers were then on board the Her Majesty's Australian Ship. Joining Gov. Espino is Vice Gov. Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim, Jr. (left).  (PIO Photo by Meinard Sadim)


Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. (center) shows the marker dedicated to servicemen and civilians of World War II to Australian Ambassador Bill Twedell (2nd from left), Returned Services League of Australia President James Curtis Smith (2nd from right) and Australian Royal Navy Warrant Officer Chuck Connor (right) during the celebration of the 69th Lingayen Gulf Landings and 7th Pangasinan Veterans’ Day last January 9 at the Veterans’ Park, Capitol Complex in Lingayen. The marker reminds the people of servicemen and civilians that include Australian soldiers who fought bravely against the imperial Japanese Forces and have lost their lives at the Lingayen Gulf during the World War II in 1944-1945. The Australian soldiers were then on board the Her Majesty’s Australian Ship. Joining Gov. Espino is Vice Gov. Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim, Jr. (left). (PIO Photo by Meinard Sadim)

Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. (center) shows the marker dedicated to servicemen and civilians of World War II to Australian Ambassador Bill Twedell (2nd from left), Returned Services League of Australia President James Curtis Smith (2nd from right) and Australian Royal Navy Warrant Officer Chuck Connor (right) during the celebration of the 69th Lingayen Gulf Landings and 7th Pangasinan Veterans’ Day last January 9 at the Veterans’ Park, Capitol Complex in Lingayen. The marker reminds the people of servicemen and civilians that include Australian soldiers who fought bravely against the imperial Japanese Forces and have lost their lives at the Lingayen Gulf during the World War II in 1944-1945. The Australian soldiers were then on board the Her Majesty’s Australian Ship. Joining Gov. Espino is Vice Gov. Jose Ferdinand Z. Calimlim, Jr. (left). (PIO Photo by Meinard Sadim)

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