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A recruit with Delta Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, takes notes during a class for educational benefits Aug. 26, 2015, on Parris Island, S.C.  AARON BOLSER/U.S. MARINE CORPS

VA says it reversed course on underpaid GI Bill recipients, though lawmakers remain skeptical

WASHINGTON — After Department of Veterans Affairs officials admitted the agency had no plans to retroactively pay some student veterans who are...

Scholarships for Military Children: Dec. 14 start date for new applications; process all online

Note: To watch a video on DeCA’s YouTube page related to Scholarships for Military Children, go to ...

Seisen Phoenix junior Sarah Omachi has been named Stars and Stripes Pacific's girls tennis Athlete of the Year.  MAYU ONO/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Omachi conquered Far East issues - and everything else

Seisen’s coaches or teammates never doubted Sarah Omachi’s talent.

The powerful right-hander, sporting wicked forehand volleys and...

Musicians shine at Far East fest

KADENA AIR BASE, Okinawa – To just audition for the Far East Modern Music and Jazz Festival, let alone qualify for it once, is quite an...

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Yokota High School student Emma Remley works in a sensory garden she designed at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Monday, Nov. 26, 2018. (THERON GODBOLD/STARS AND STRIPES)

Sensory garden provides ‘me time’ moments at busy airlift hub in Tokyo

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — A new sensory garden is providing a place for visitors to enjoy some quiet time at the busy home of U.S. Forces Japan in...

U.S. Military Academy Cadets Amanda Roper, Robert Norwood, Peter Kim and Liam Furey participate in a recent cyber-policy case competition at New York University. Cyber policy challenges are designed to provide students across various academic disciplines with a better understanding of the policy challenges associated with a cyber crisis and conflict. (Photo Credit: U.S. Military Academy)

Cyber-strategy competitions helping develop future leaders

WASHINGTON -- A surge of cyber activity worldwide has forced DOD to identify cyberspace as an operational domain and Chief of Staff of the Army...

Confusion reigns over retroactive payments for underpaid GI Bill recipients

WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs has no plans to retroactively pay student veterans who might get lower monthly housing stipends...

Misawa Air Base director Asako Tuttle tries out an Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset at Makerspace, a new facility at the home of the 35th Fighter Wing devoted to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  SETH ROBSON/STARS AND STRIPES

Serious about STEM: Misawa library’s new annex lets patrons try out 3D printing, robotics, virtual reality

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan — Virtual-reality goggles, 3D printers, robots, tablet computers and electrical engineering kits are common sights at on-...

University of Guam nursing program graduates from the Class of 2018. (From left) Mariana Sizemore; Herdel Kent B. Hermosura; Teresa Harris; Regine R. Dela Montanye; Kamille De Leon; and Crystalline Cristobal. Photo courtesy of the University of Guam

100% of UOG nursing graduates pass national licensure exam

All 30 graduates from the University of Guam’s nursing program in the Class of 2018 passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) on...

“Chamorro Engineer,” a pyrographic pen piece by Richard Manglona Images courtesy of Isla Center for the Arts

‘Creative Hands’ exhibit to open at UOG’s Isla Center for the Arts

A selection of artwork by local artists will be on display in an upcoming exhibition at the University of Guam’s Isla Center for the Arts. The...

: (Standing, from left) Gilbert Mangosong; Joy Woodward; Shannel Leon Guerrero; Rita-Rose Gilbert; Rovee Ann Rios; Ferdene Gale Dela Cruz; Jocelyn Borja; Julie Reyes; and Dominic T. Uson, all graduate students in the University of Guam School of Education’s special education program; and (seated, from left) Dr. Jacquelyn D. Cyrus, assistant professor at UOG; Dr. Catherine Cardenas, assistant professor at UOG; Eydeline Ikeya, director of the Belau Head Start Program; Dr. Suzanne Bells, assistant professor at

UOG graduate students bring special education resources to Palau

The latest cohort of master’s degree candidates studying special education at the University of Guam concluded their degree program by traveling...

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