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    Pago Pago (Pago-Pago) Tutuila Island | American Samoa United States of America
Lat 14° 16' 41S Long 170° 42' 9W  Pago Pago is located in the northern coast of Tutuila Island in American Samoa in the United States of America (USA). Also spelled Pago-Pago. Borders Pago Pago Harbor to the north.

Pago Pago was the seat of the American colonial government and the largest village on the island.

Wartime History
On January 11, 1942 Pago Pago was shelled by a Japanese submarine I-20. On April 28, 1942 Major General Charles F. B. Price and his staff arrived at Pago Pago to take command of the islands.

Tafuna Airfield (Pago Pago Airport)
Used by the USN and USMC during the war

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Last Updated
October 23, 2019


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