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U.S. senator to visit Guam

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - U.S. Senator Jim Webb is scheduled to stop through Guam within the coming days. It will be a follow up visit from last year's to the territory where he met with local and military leaders to discuss issues related to the Marines relocation.

His trip here is one of many other stops including Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Okinawa and Tinian. During his last visit here Senator Webb said he supported firing ranges in Tinian as well as looking at other ways it can be utilized in the military buildup so as to reduce the overall footprint on Guam.

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