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Guam could see one of the largest military construction budgets in years if the fiscal 2014 defense spending bill that the U.S...As the proposed National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 goes to the Senate, Guam moves closer to loosened restrictions
Drawing its name from a campaign to take back the Marianas during World War II, the Forager Fury II exercise brought more than 1,200 marines and sailors to Guam and Tinian to simulate situations that would test their skills and abilities in times of
While a C-130H military aircraft typically isn't the symbol of Christmas, it is for the residents of small islands across Micronesia. For the last 62 years, the cargo planes, nicknamed "The Hercules," have played Santa's sleigh as part of Operation
The flight of B-52 bombers from Guam into China's newly declared air defence zone in the East China Sea underscores the island's importance to national security, the territory's delegate to Congress said. "Our island has again shown that we are a
The primary mission for the Global Hawks will be to fly over North Korea , where U.S. officials hope they will greatly enhance their spying capabilities. The Air Force already has Global Hawks stationed at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, the U.S.
The grieving parents of a 19-year-old Idaho woman who died serving her country thousands of miles from home say the U.S. Air Force won't give them information about the circumstances of her death. Airman 1st Class Kelsey Sue Anderson of Orofino died
Idaho (AP) The grieving parents of a 19-year-old Idaho woman who died serving her country thousands of miles from home say the U.S. Air Force won't give them information about the circumstances of her death. Airman 1st Class Kelsey Sue Anderson of
U.S. military officials say the pilot who ejected from an Air Force F-15 fighter that crashed off the southern Japan island of Okinawa ejected safely and has been rescued. The F-15, flying out of Kadena Air Base, went down in the Pacific about 70
Future funding for the Guam military buildup remains frozen in Congress, pending the completion of a military master plan, but the Navy yesterday announced it awarded a new buildup-related job as part of a $50 million contract signed in 2010, before
David Fletcher, right, superintendent of treatment at Guam Waterworks Authority, talks to Joey Duenas, board member of the Consolidated Commission on Utilities, while giving him a tour of the improved Northern Wastewater Treatment Plant on March 26.