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Marines conducting nighttime live fire training

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - A total of one hundred Marines from the Marine Corp Special Operations Training Group will be participating in a live fire training exercise but the public may only see one or two of these stealthy warriors as their mission is covert. Major Niel Fisher said, "The purpose of this organizations training is to conduct it in a relatively invisible fashion to the public no one should be really impacted by any of this training other than hearing some noise."

The urban environment exercise will be conducted near the Cabras, Piti and Tanguisson power plants. Residents in the area may see increased aircraft, military vehicles and hear small arms weapons noise between 8 p.m. tonight and 3 a.m. tomorrow morning. We should note that residents are advised to keep clear of these areas.

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