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PAF Men Told: Secure Clark From Terrorists, Saboteurs

Air Force chief Lt. Gen. Nestor Santillan ordered yesterday some 3,000 Air Force personnel based here to intensify security measures against “terrorists and saboteurs” who might target the Clark special economic zone. “It is the mission of the Armed Forces (to provide security to the civilian population and establishments) so as to maintain a healthy climate for investors,” he said in an interview after he issued the order in his speech during the 10th year anniversary of the 600th Air Base Wing in this former US military base. “There is always a threat from terrorists and saboteurs, (although) we have no specifics (on such threats),” he said. He, however, recalled that after the terrorist attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, there had been reports that at least two of those who commandeered the passenger planes that slammed into the buildings were allegedly seen as guests in a resort hotel in Angeles City sometime in 1998 and 1999. Full Story

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