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Bill renames road after Korean War vets

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Guam Korean War veterans support Bill 367, which would designate Route 6 along Halsey and Spruance Drives from Maina to Piti as "Korean War Veterans Drive."  84-year-old Korean War Veterans in Guam past-president Vicente Muna Angoco actually fought in the conflict and encouraged senators not to make debate on this bill this a complicated process.

"In doing so, you will forever honor and recognize those 20 soldiers and all those who served in the Korean War," he stated.

150 soldiers from Guam fought in the Korean War and dozens paid the ultimate sacrifice. The bill's author, Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. says these individuals should be remembered and honored.

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