Builder 2nd Class Brock Farmer, assigned to Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 2 Construction Dive Detachment Charlie (CDD/C), sets up his emergency gas supply (EGS) harness. The Seabee divers of CDD/C are performing maintenance on navigational buoys in the harbor at Naval Base Guam.
Lt. Alicia Valdez, the clinical dietician assigned to Naval Hospital Guam, from St. Louis, poses for a portrait after teaching a class on nutrition for Sailor 360 training to Sailors assigned to Commander, Submarine Squadron Fifteen (CSS-15) at Konetzni Hall. Sailor 360 is a developing program teaching and inspiring deck plate leadership...
Chief Sonar Technician (Submarine) Mike Boward, assigned to the Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754), conducts line handing training with Sailors on the pier at Naval Base Guam.
Culminating over three years of negotiation, Department of the Navy leaders today signed an agreement to establish a disciplined process for the Commander, Joint Region Marianas (CJRM) to have the authority to implement prudent explosive safety principles on Guam.
Improving readiness, maintaining the fleet and building the surface fleet of the future were topics Navy leaders, along with speakers from industry and academia, discussed on the third day of the Surface Navy Association’s 32nd National Symposium Jan. 16.
I’ve read many different articles about the health benefits of honey over white, granulated sugar. Honey is high in calories, as is sugar (a teaspoon of honey contains 22 calories; there are 16 calories in a teaspoon of sugar).
The last thing to come to mind is a winter wonderland of blankets of snow, Santas in hefty red costumes walking about, or snowmen and snow angels decorating the snow-covered streets. So what does Christmas on Guam look like?