President Obama is in the Philippines for his first state visit. — April 28, 2014.
The U.S. and the Philippines have agreed on a new 10-year defense pact that will allow increased presence of U.S. troops in the Philippines, White House officials said Sunday.
The deal came in advance of President Obama's arrival in the Philippine capital, Manila, on Monday, the last stop on his four-country Asian tour.
The Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement, which has been under negotiation for eight months, is "the most significant defense agreement that we have concluded with the Philippines in decades," said Evan Medeiros, National Security Council senior director for Asian affairs.
President Barack Obama's arrival in Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
The awarding of 21-gun salute to US President Barack Obama as arrival honors.
President Benigno S. Aquino III and President Barack Obama speech
President Obama: US committed to defend Philippines
President Obama with soldiers
President Obama at American cemetery
President Obama departure