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Iwo Jima veteran Owen Agenbroad speaks with the Young Marines youth program at a gathering of veterans during the Iwo Jima Association of America before a military historical tour. The Iwo Jima Association of America hosts veterans and members to the Pacific islands including Iwo Jima in part of a historical tour.
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Colonel Philip Zimmerman, Marine Corps Activity Guam Officer in Charge, stands with retired Colonel Warren Wiedham at a gathering of veterans during the Iwo Jima Association of America before a military historical tour. The Iwo Jima Association of America hosts veterans and members to the Pacific islands including Iwo Jima in part of a historical tour.
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Colonel Philip Zimmerman, Marine Corps Activity Guam Officer in Charge, stands with Iwo Jima veteran Owen Agenbroad during the Iwo Jima Association of America’s sendoff of their historical tour, March 20, 2014 Guam.  The veterans and other participants toured historical islands including Iwo Jima, culminating at the gathering at the John Gerber Pacific War Museum.
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Warren Wiedham, Retired Colonel, is interviewed during the Iwo Jima Association of America’s sendoff of their historical tour, March 20, 2014 Guam.  The veterans and other participants toured historical islands including Iwo Jima, culminating at the gathering at the John Gerber Pacific War Museum.
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United States Air Force Brigadier General Steven D. Garland, 36th Wing commander at Andersen Air Force Base, greets United States Army Surgeon General Lieutenant General Patricia D. Horoho during her visit Feb. 14.  Horoho, who is also the commanding general of the Army Medical Command, and her staff conducted a command visit across the Pacific and reviewed the health systems of Hawaii, Guam, Japan and Thailand.  The command visit also sought to promote partner nation capabilities in the field of health care system improvement.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. John Raufmann)
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Marine Col. Philip Zimmerman, officer in charge of Marine Corps Activity Guam, offers condolences to Jose C. Borja, husband of Patricia Borja and brother-in-law of retired Marine Brig. Gen. Vincente “Ben” T. Blaz, during a service Jan. 18 to honor Blaz, who died Jan. 8 at the age of 85. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. John Raufmann)
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Marines sit in the back of a memorial service Jan. 18 at the Dulce Nombre De Maria Cathedral Basilica. The service honored retired Marine Brig. Gen. Vincente “Ben” T. Blaz, who died Jan. 8 at the age of 85. Blaz was the first Chamorro, or native of the Marianas Islands, from Guam to achieve the rank of brigadier general. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. John Raufmann)
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Marine Brig. Gen. Paul Kennedy, deputy commanding general of III Marine Expeditionary Force and commanding general of 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade in Okinawa, Japan, offers condolences to Patricia Blaz Borja, the sister of retired Marine Brig. Gen. Vincente “Ben” T. Blaz, during a service Jan. 18 to honor Blaz, who died Jan. 8 at the age of 85. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. John Raufmann)
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Senior Executive Services Craig B. Whelden, Executive Director, US Marine Corps Forces Pacific, Senior Executive Services Bryan H. Wood, Director, Pacific Division of Plans, Policies, Operations department for Headquarters Marine Corps, Major Chris Merrill, Operations Officer of Marine Corps Activity Guam and Roy Tsutsui, Military and Political Advisor for Joint Region Marianas, walk to their meeting with the Saipan Lieutenant Governor Jude U. Hofschneider, during a CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement informational brief, Jan 17, 2014, Saipan, CNMI.
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William Febuary, Deputy Director of the Defense Policy Review Initiative, Sheri R. Eng, Tim Robert, Lead Planner at Marine Corps Force Pacific, and Colonel Philip J. Zimmerman, Officer in Charge of Marine Corps Activity Guam, from left to right, answers questions from the assembled local officials regarding the military use of Tinian and Pagan during a CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement informational brief, Jan 17, 2014, Saipan, CNMI.
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Ramon Delacruz, Tinian Mayor, center left, asks questions regarding the National Environmental Policy Act process during a CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement informational brief, Jan 16, 2014, Saipan, CNMI.
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William Febuary, Deputy Director of the Defense Policy Review Initiative discusses the National Environmental Policy Act process to the Saipan Lieutenant Governor, Jude U. Hofschneider, CNMI Senate President, Ralph Torres, far right, the Mayor of Tinian, Ramon Delacruz, left, and the representative for the Northern Islands Mayor, Jerome Aldan during a CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement informational brief, Jan 16, 2014, Saipan, CNMI.
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Senior Executive Services Bryan H. Wood, Director, Pacific Division of Plans, Policies, Operations department for Headquarters Marine Corps, Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Rear Admiral Tilghman D. Payne, Joint Region Marianas Commander, Roger M. Natsuhara, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Sadaaki Tabei, Deputy Director General for Realignment Initiatives, Colonel Philip Zimmerman, Officer in Charge of marine Corps Activity Guam and Joseph D. Ludovici, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Infrastructure Strategy and Analysis, cuts the ribbon for the ceremony for the completion of the first two Marine Corps relocation projects on Naval Base Guam, Jan 22, 2014.  The USMC-funded Apra Harbor Wharf Improvement and the Government of Japan-funded USMC Welcome Center projects total more than $80 million in construction.
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Rear Admiral Tilghman D. Payne, Joint Region Marianas Commander, speaks of success during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completion of the first two Marine Corps relocation projects on Naval Base Guam, Jan 22, 2014.  The USMC-funded Apra Harbor Wharf Improvement and the Government of Japan-funded USMC Welcome Center projects total more than $80 million in construction.
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Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo speaks of partnership during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completion of the first two Marine Corps relocation projects on Naval Base Guam, Jan 22, 2014.  The USMC-funded Apra Harbor Wharf Improvement and the Government of Japan-funded USMC Welcome Center projects total more than $80 million in construction.
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Rear Admiral Tilghman D. Payne, Joint Region Marianas Commander, Roger M. Natsuhara, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy and Sadaaki Tabei, Deputy Director General for Realignment Initiatives, stand for national anthems during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completion of the first two Marine Corps relocation projects on Naval Base Guam, Jan 22, 2014.  The USMC-funded Apra Harbor Wharf Improvement and the Government of Japan-funded USMC Welcome Center projects total more than $80 million in construction.
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