Full Excerpt From Document 1:
"(TS-FRD) Certain specific movements of nuclear weapons occurred in 1974. All nuclear weapons from Tainan Air Base, Taiwan, were relocated to Clark Air Base in the Philippines. Permission Action Link (PAL) recode had been completed by 19 July. On 18 December CINCPACAF completed movement of 81 non-PAL weapons from Clark to CONUS. This action completed implementation of Category II of the PAL Program in the PACOM, in which all nuclear weapons in the Philippines were to be PAL-equipped and locked."
Source: Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command (CINCPAC), "CINCPAC Command History for 1974," September 25, 1975, Volume I, pp. 163-164.
Full Excerpt From Document 2:
"(C/FRD) In consonance with the FY 77 nuclear weapons deployment plan, 140 nuclear weapons were removed from the Philippines between 20 and 28 November. JCS approval for planning was received on 6 November, and CINCPAC issued the execute order on 10 November. CINCPAC admonished that, because of the highly sensitive nature of the operation, the need to minimize visibility and risk to public disclosure required that non-essential visitors to sites of the operation be prohibited. Removal was carried out under CINCPACAF Operation Order 76-9, with the code name COMMANDO FLIGHT. The weapons were loaded aboard USS Flint (AE-32) at Cubi Point, and departed on 1 December. No public interest or reaction was report throughout."
Source: Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command (CINCPAC), "CINCPAC Command History for 1976," October 18, 1977, Volume I, p. 197.