When the Americans left Clark Air Base, one of the facilities that was left maintained and preserved by the 13th Air Force was Chapel One (1) and Two (2).
Chaplain Services were manned by Five (5) Personnel and One (1) Civilian Employee. In spite of the apparent scarcity of manpower, Chaplain Services Personnel was able to restore Chapel One (1) which is buried in knee-deep volcanic debris.
Fr. Delfin Fredo was the first Chaplain who assumed the misery of the effect of the devastation of Mount Pinatubo.
On 01 October 1994, during the incumbency of Fr Eustacio S. Galindo as Wing Chaplain, the Military Bishop gave a special instruction to the Wing Chaplain to create a Pastoral Council whose priority was to name the chapel's Patroness. That same year, the council decided to have "Our Lady of Remedies" as the patron saint.
November 26 is the Feast Day of the said patroness whose portrait is known to have survived the test of time (wars and calamities).
As the years passed, Our Lady of Remedies Chapel underwent several renovations. The roof was replaced, the side door was replaced by iron carved locker. The altar table was changed entirely.
The half-putrefied carpet was replaced by white ceramic tiles. This was all done through the efforts of the Clark community and its chaplain, Fr. Jerome T. Narvasa.
Today, Our Lady of Remedies Chapel serves as the chapel for the Philippine Air Force and the neighboring populations of Mabalacat and Angeles, Pampanga.