Tag Archives: Guam

The Spanish-American War ended this month 120 years ago. While you might not know what it was about, what we gained from it has been huge.
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Multiple nations converged on Agat Bay, Guam, for a simulated search and rescue exercise known as Operation Cope North.
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A unified command structure lead by the U.S. Navy removed a majority of hazardous material from a shipwrecked vessel.
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Soldiers from Task Force Guam prepare to board a CH-47 Chinook Dec. 25 from Camp Phoenix, Kabul, Afghanistan, during Guam’s last push out of the country.
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U.S. Navy, Coast Guard partner with Singapore Navy for joint explosive ordnance disposal training during Exercise Miata.
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