Andersen Air Force Base

Students work through an urban warfare scenario during the basic security operations course at Andersen South, Guam, May 17, 2013. Thirty-one defenders from Kadena Air Base, Japan, and Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska participated in the 17-day course to enhance their mission skills for deployment, as well as use the skills to train other defenders at their home stations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Wiseman)

Commando Warrior enhances Pacific security operations

by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Wiseman
36th Wing Public Affairs

NORTHWEST FIELD -- Thirty-one active duty Air Force, Air...

A Mariana fruit bat named Babydoll hangs from a tree at the Guam National Wildlife Refuge on Ritidian Point, Guam, May 20, 2013. The Mariana fruit bat, which dwells on Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, is currently listed as a threatened species, though it has fluctuated between endangered and threatened in the past. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Melissa B. White)

Save the fruit bats! Andersen continues conservation effort

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE -- There's more than just aircraft flying around the base, and with a mere 3-foot wingspan and fur,...

Tech. Sgt. Rosalinda Mateo, 36th Medical Group Women’s Health Clinic NCO in charge, and Maj. Robert King, 36th MDG Education and Training Flight commander, perform self-aid and buddy care on a dummy during training on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, May 8, 2013. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Robert Hicks/Released)

36th MDG recognizes members during National Nurses Week

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam  -- Airmen from the 36th Medical Group recognized National Nurses Week here May 6-12 by testing...

Local banks offer support for upcoming furlough

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam  -- Currently, more than 700,000 civilian government employees will be furloughed up to 11 days...

Army Col. Herbert Brown, former 854th Aviation Battalion commander, was responsible for the initial construction of North Field, Guam, completed in April, 1945. Almost 60 years later, his grandson, Army Capt. Jeffrey Beeman, 523rd Engineer Company commander, took charge of new construction and expansion efforts at the same site, now known as Northwest Field. (Courtesy photo)

Grandson of Andersen's architect improves NW field

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam  -- In late 1944, a U.S. Army commander and his troops ventured to Guam for an air strip construction...

Mountain Bike Race to Raise Funds for Cancer Research

Upper Tumon, GU (May 15, 2013)— Nissan Guam and the Guam Cycling Federation have partnered up for the Drag 4 Life: Mountain Bike...

Photo by Peyton Roberts, The Guam Guide

Calamansi: A new way to get your citrus on

Somehow I missed the boat and didn’t discover calamansi until way too recently. I was at the farmer’s market at Chamorro Village...

Photo by Peyton Roberts, The Guam Guide

Local hydroponics sprout lettuce revolution

What do lettuce and skydiving have in common? Turns out they both share real estate on Guam! Last fall I had the thrill of jumping...

Photo by Peyton Roberts, The Guam Guide

Culinary herbalist shares cilantro solution

I know plenty of people who grow herbs on Guam. Like me, they have all had wild success with basil, parsley, mint, oregano,...

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