by Nick Delgado
Guam - As the island prepares to commemorate 66 years since the liberation of Guam on Wednesday, today the Guam International Airport Authority honored Guam's sons and daughters who served in the military that died while serving our country by adding them to their Fallen Heroes exhibit.
Guam National Guard Adjutant General Major General Donald Goldhorn told KUAM News, "As we remember the six U.S. Army soldiers and member of the U.S. Navy who made the ultimate sacrifice we can also never forget the people of Guam as well as the Marines and soldiers who also paid the ultimate sacrifice in the liberation of this island to give us the freedoms that we enjoy today."
The seven banners that were unveiled today were in memory of Navy Master at Arms Anamarie San Nicolas Camacho, Army National Guard Specialist Cwislyn K. Walter, Army Sergeant Jasper Obakrairur, Army First Sergeant Jose San Nicolas Crisostomo, Army Sergeant Youvert Loney, Army Specialist Eric Finniginam and Army Sergeant Joshua Lukeala.
15 players from Guam's men's national soccer team are in San Diego for training camp. Matao Head Coach Karl Dodd says, "We are using this camp to evaluate the players off-island and to implement the new professional standards and playing style to those players."More >>