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249th Army Birthday 2k/5k Sunset Run/Walk in Chamorro Village, Guam Jun. 15

All proceeds will benefit GOTYOUR671, a veteran non-profit assisting families transition from military life to civilian life.

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Exploring Guam: Hiking to Piti Guns and Mahogany Forest

From the Navy Base, Drive North up Marine Corps Drive. You will pass the turn for Polaris Point, the Port Authority, and the Guam Power Authority Piti power plant on your left. Soon after the stop light for the power plant, keep a lookout to your right for J.M. Tuncap Street.

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10 books for Father's Day

Father’s Day is just around the corner. It seemed fitting to highlight books all about fathers and father figures in our lives.

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Exploring Guam: Uncovering story behind Latte Stones

The ancient latte stones, or simply latte, are a modern symbol of Chamorro strength and identity.

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Ritidian Beach a wonderful escape on Guam

Ritidian Point may be famed for its powdery, white sand and jeweled waters, but beyond the splendors of its shoreline lies much to see.

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Yap waters home to some of the largest mollusks on earth

In the far western reaches of the Pacific Ocean, the small, remote island of Yap sits amid a rich coral habitat that is home to some of the largest sea creatures in the world.

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VIDEO: Guam Virtual Tour: Legislature 'Marianas Trench' Mural

This 3D perspective floor mural is now at the Guam Congress Building!

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Exploring Guam: A look at wildlife in island's jungle

Despite its isolation from major land masses, Guam has a number of interesting forms of animal life. Introduced deer and wild pigs inhabit jungle areas, as well as domesticated Carabao, or water buffalo, that can be seen lounging in cool streams on sultry days.

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A quick look at Guam's beautiful parks

Whether you’re fresh of the plane or have been here for a while, you might be surprised to learn how much Guam and Uncle Sam have set aside in the way of parks and pristine places for your enjoyment.

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Yap's historic sites: Exploring remote island where WWII ended

In 1945, 722 U.S. Navy ships were anchored in the atoll of Ulithi, 100 miles east of the main island of Yap. This number is even larger than at Pearl Harbor.

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Take a deep dive into fun in Guam

Hafa Adai and welcome to the marine world of Guam, USA. Guam has the richest coral reef marine environment of any United States territory or state.

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Get to know Guam: Santa Rita - Phoenix from wartime ashes

Editor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 19 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest.

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Exploring Guam: Gab Gab Beach a great place to go

Want to visit Gab Gab beach? There’s a lot of things you could do including kayaking, paddle boarding, scuba diving, snorkeling, and lots more!

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Uncover Guam's secrets on a Scavenger Hunt

Guam is such a beautiful place with gorgeous waters and nature spots overflowing with greenery. Are you in need of a way to see it all? Well you’re in luck! Round up friends and family to take part in a scavenger hunt.

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