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No time limit for THAAD deployment to Guam

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - It appears the THAAD that was deployed to the territory last month as a result of threats coming from North Korea will be here for an unknown length of time.  During a recent pentagon briefing, U.S. Army Pacific Commanding General Lieutenant General Frank Wiercinski told reporters that there is no time limit for the deployment of the THAAD to Guam, and that is conditions based. As we've reported Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo is encouraging the permanent basing of the THAAD on Guam. You may remember the permanent basing of the THAAD was in the environmental impact statement for the military buildup.

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