Guam - Efforts continue to save the historic village of Pagat from becoming a training ground for the U.S. military.  The Guam Preservation Trust has been trying to garner public support for the village that was recently named one of the eleven most endangered sites by the National Historic Preservation Trust.

The organization continues negotiations with the military regarding Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, which mandates projects be developed in a manner that minimizes impacts to cultural resources.  Brian Turner with the NHPT says, "Once we list something on the 11 Most Endangered Sites and we are not going to stop until the place is saved we had good media last week, CNN time, and the country is getting familiar with Pagat and all it represents."