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NAVFAC Pacific Commander Rear Adm. John Adametz assumes command at NAVFAC Pacific during a Change of Command Ceremony held Sept. 13 at its headquarters. (Photo by Krista Cummins, NAVFAC Pacific Public Affairs)

New Commander at NAVFAC Pacific

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM – Rear Adm. John J. Adametz relieved Rear Adm. John W. Korka as commander of Naval Facilities Engineering Command (...

Fusion foods bridge culinary cultures on Guam

The Japanese influence on local food culture goes a lot deeper than hotel chains and restaurant trends on Guam. It can be encountered in...
A sign warns people not to disturb the bees at U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach, in Ansbach, Germany, Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. A group has set up what they call a Bee Haus to benefit plant life in the area. (MARTIN EGNASH/STARS AND STRIPES)

US Army brings bees to base in Germany

ANSBACH, Germany — There’s a real buzz around the base here these days. And the talk is about bees.

A group of veterans, spouses and...

A sailor's family members can now move ahead or stay behind up to six months during a change of duty station in certain circumstances and locations, the Navy announced Thursday. (CHARLES OKI/U.S. NAVY)

Navy gives families more flexibility to travel during PCS

A sailor’s family members can move ahead or stay behind up to six months during a change of duty station in certain circumstances rather than...

Happy birthday!: Commissaries honor Air Force’s 71 years of service

Note: To watch a video on DeCA’s YouTube page related to the Air Force, press the “Ctrl” key and click on the photo...

Research audiologist Dr. Rozela Melgoza, DoD Hearing Center of Excellence, completes a study participant's acoustic immittance test to evaluate their middle ear function. Immittance audiometry is one of several tests completed by participants during the Noise Outcomes in Servicemembers Epidemiology (NOISE) study's comprehensive audiologic evaluation. (DoD HCE photo)

Study examines impacts of noise and chemical exposure on hearing health

Scientists are studying the possible long-term effects of exposure to high levels of noise and certain chemicals on the auditory functioning among...

A drill Instructor with Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego speaks to recruits at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 23, 2017.  SAMANTHA BRAUN/U.S. MARINE CORPS

Marine recruits' lawsuit alleges they contracted a critical illness from contaminated mess-hall food

Three of six young Marine recruits who became critically ill last fall after eating undercooked hamburgers at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego...

Republic of Korea Army soldiers stand in the Joint Security Area, where South and North Korean soldiers face each other across the Korean Demilitarized Zone in Panmunjom, South Korea on June 19, 2018.  RICHARD COLLETTA/U.S. ARMY

US-led command approves South Korean border crossings into North Korea

SEOUL, South Korea — The U.S.-led United Nations Command on Thursday approved planned border crossings for South Koreans and material to build a...

Photos courtesy of Jamaican Grill, Proa Restaurant, Meskla Bistro

Where to get good eats right off the grill on Guam

Asu Smokehouse

Must-try barbeque: Smoked certified Anugus...

5 tips for active duty moms returning to work

Returning to work after a baby can be an overwhelming process. From finding a good care provider to pumping. We reached out to a couple of our...

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5 habits to kick-start a healthy lifestyle

We all know that trying to find time to exercise and eat clean can be difficult to add onto our preexisting to-do list. At the same time, it can...

The Los-Angeles class fast attack submarine USS Oklahoma City returns to its homeport of Apra Harbor, Guam on June 29, 2018.  JONATHAN PEREZ/U.S. NAVY

Navy hopes hefty bonuses will keep leadership posts filled

Senior submarine officers can receive as much as $180,000 in signing bonuses under a new Navy plan to retain sailors with desired leadership...

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