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Volunteer Marie Martin mans the front desk at the Guam USO which offers a variety of complementary services. Photos by Tara K. Simpson

USO brings creature comforts to Guam

Tucked away in the heart of Guam’s tourist district, U.S. military personnel and their families might be surprised to find many of the comforts of...

Statue of St. Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, at Guam Catholic Cemetery on Marine Corps Drive.

Saint fiestas showcase Chamorro customs

Gathering for a good time is a long-standing tradition for Guam locals. In early years, they would gather to celebrate, tell stories and just for...

Tour members listen intently to Ranger Hays.

National park’s birthday brings history to life

Birthday celebrations are filled with fun and joy, and the 30th anniversary of War in the Pacific National Historical Park was no different. With...

Among the maps, photos, records, and historical documents in the museum, one can find artifacts collected from a B-29 that crashed off the end of the runway in April, 1945.

History in our backyard

Heritage Hall Museum on Andersen Air Force Base celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The museum and its volunteers continue to educate...

Taking a stroll through Guam’s national parks

The immense natural beauty of Guam is paralleled only by its vast cultural history. The War in the Pacific National Historical Park was...

Commemorating a vital role in WWII

Visitors to Guam have a new place to go to learn about the island’s history. The T. Stell Newman Visitor Center opened in July with exhibits...

Photo by Harry Blalock

USS Ford visits Saipan

Saipan recently started seeing the return of some U.S. Navy ships for relaxation port stops. This was welcome news to island businesses. Due to...

The vegetation on Cocos Island near Guam offers striking views

'All the way out there'

Stars and Stripes delivers its newspaper to nearly every location on Guam.

But the paper's circulation manager there is quick to joke...

Philippines: The walled city where Manila started

At dusk, clusters of shell lanterns dangle from trees, sprinkling light onto cobblestones. Under the soft glow of street lamps, dinner tables dot...

Guam: Tourist site steeped in military history, to mark Liberation Day

Along the Normandy coast this June, ex-GIs, French and U.S. dignitaries and ordinary French citizens will gather to mark the 60th anniversary of...

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