Relatives of the "Forgotten 45" place flowers at the annual Chagui'an Memorial in Yigo, Guam, on Aug. 7, 2015, where 45 Guamanians were massacred by the Japanese during WWII. U.S. Military planners are drawn to Guam and the nearby Mariana Islands for use as training grounds and as a hub in the western Pacific for submarines, jets and naval fleet vessels. The islanders want to see a smaller military presence on the territories the U.S. seized from Japan in WWII.
Relatives of the "Forgotten 45" place flowers at the annual Chagui'an Memorial in Yigo, Guam, on Aug. 7, 2015, where 45 Guamanians were massacred by the Japanese during WWII. U.S. Military planners are drawn to Guam and the nearby Mariana Islands for use as training grounds and as a hub in the western Pacific for submarines, jets and naval fleet vessels. The islanders want to see a smaller military presence on the territories the U.S. seized from Japan in WWII. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy
Relatives of the "Forgotten 45" place flowers at the annual Chagui'an Memorial in Yigo, Guam, on Aug. 7, 2015, where 45 Guamanians were massacred by the Japanese during WWII. U.S. Military planners are drawn to Guam and the nearby Mariana Islands for use as training grounds and as a hub in the western Pacific for submarines, jets and naval fleet vessels. The islanders want to see a smaller military presence on the territories the U.S. seized from Japan in WWII. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy

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