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Inside The Hangar Exhibit
Philippines

Inside the hangar where the Philippine Military is conducting an exhibit.  People are free to try out the uniform, the guns (no amunition), and all other equipments for a quick photo-op.

Taken at Clark Airbase, Pampangga.

Copyright: Edwin Karganilla Jr.
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Tags: hot air baloon; clark; philippines; manila; air; show; pampangga; nikon; canon
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