Congratulations to both Airman First Class Mikayla Legaspi, Bioenvironmental Engineer in the Guam Air National Guard, sworn in on July 24, and Airman First Class Nicole Legaspi, Emergency Management Apprentice in the Guam Air National Guard, sworn in on Sep. 4, both by their mother, Lt. Col. Marleen Tarusan-Legaspi.
The southernmost village on the island of Guam, Merizo covers six square miles and contains about 1,800 people. But don’t let the numbers fool you. Merizo has, pound for pound, one of the proudest legacies of military service anywhere.
Where would we be without our mothers? They have dropped us off at school with lunch pails filled so we don’t go hungry. They’ve driven us to our sports games or extracurricular activities after a long day at work.
Hello! My name is Emily Burgess and I am proud to say I am a military child. But, unlike many other military children, neither of my parents are soldiers. Instead, my mom works as a DoDEA teacher. Because of this, I don't have to go through all the hardships such as deployments and moving frequently like many other military children go through.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville wants longer tour options for Army families, saying the traditional system of required moves to new duty stations every three years is an antiquated way of doing business.
There’s few things more refreshing than sipping a cold one on a sandy beach or while watching the sun set from your backyard or balcony. And this tropical paradise we call Guam offers a wide variety of beer to help you soak in the island atmosphere, including craft beers from a local microbrewery and a brewpub.
Stories of “moonshiners” hunted by the authorities have long been fodder for movies and TV shows. But in Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands, people have been making their own liquor almost since the dawn of time, with nary a trace of the car chases and shotgun battles of American history and lore.