The Zambales Mountains are located to the west of Fort Stotsenburg and Clark Field spanning Pampanga Province and Zambales Provinces in central Luzon in the Philippines. To the east is Fort Stotsenburg and Clark Field. Many of the ridges and hills were given nicknames or numeric designations by the U. S. Army.
Top of the World
This feature was nicknamed "Top of the World" and is a dominating hill to the west of Fort Stotsenburg. Between February 8, 1945 until February 20, 1945 the U. S. Army 108th Infantry Regiment advanced to this location and fought westward toward Hill 7 against Japanese Army defenders commanded by Eguchi.
Scattered Trees Ridge
Ridge to the west of Clark Field.
Hill to the west of Clark Field.
Snake Hill West
US Army 160th Infantry Regiment fought here February 6-20, 1945.
Storm King Mountain
Feature known as Storm King Mountain.
Mc Sevney Point
Feature known as Mc Sevney Point.
Feature dubbed Hill 1500 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 1000 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 810 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 350 by the U. S. Army.
Snake Hill North
Feature dubbed "Snake Hill North" 810 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 620 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 636 by the U. S. Army.
Feature dubbed Hill 600 by the U. S. Army.
Feature named Lafe Hill in Pampanga Province. U. S. Army 160th Infantry Regiment fought here during January 24-31, 1945 Hill 620 - Lafe.
Feature named Sacobia Ridge in Pampanga Province. U. S. Army 160th Infantry Regiment advanced here on February 20, 1945.
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February 21, 2020