Guam jungle silently echoes long-ago guns

In a lot of Pacific War histories, Guam is swept aside and banished as insignificant.

How soon they forget, many might say.

Air Force Thunderbirds bring kids on Guam a sky-high good time

The Air Force Thunderbirds hosted children from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Guam Special Olympics and the Autism Parent Support Group during a practice session Saturday, the day before the aerial demonstration team performed at an open house here.

Year in review: A look back at the top Pacific stories from 2002

1. Turmoil in South Korea

DOD sued over plan to build firing ranges on Guam ancestral land

Three private groups jointly filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Department of Defense in an effort to prevent the military from building firing ranges on ancestral lands in Guam.

Guam seeks closure to its nearly 30-year quest for wartime reparations

Rita Santos Cruz is still haunted by the terrifying day when Japanese soldiers burst into her grade school and abruptly ordered all the students to line up outside.

Guam: Tourist site steeped in military history, to mark Liberation Day

Along the Normandy coast this June, ex-GIs, French and U.S. dignitaries and ordinary French citizens will gather to mark the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landing.

On Guam, All Souls Day an all-consuming tradition

Hundreds of Guam residents gathered around the graves of loved ones in the Guam Veterans Cemetery on Wednesday during a Catholic Mass in observance of All Souls Day.


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