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Photojournalist Ben Bohane's shots of Guam soldiers on display

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Well-known photojournalist and TV producer, Ben Bohane, will be featuring a photo display at the Guam Premier Outlets. The display will feature about 30 photos of our Guam soldiers while deployed in Afghanistan. "Everyone knows about the Marines and Air Force and all sorts of groups but very few people would be aware of the significant role that Pacific island soldiers from a bunch of different national armies have played in country and so my interest was really just to put a face to all those islanders who have served there," he said.

Joining Bohane is Guam's own Sgt Eddie Siguenza, who was deployed with TF Guam. Sgt Siguenza, who is currently attached to the California National Guard, will add about 30 photos of his own. You can view the exhibit at GPO up until Sunday and then the photos will be on display at the CAHA Gallery.

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