Guam - As if having the privilege to purchase gas at $2.88 per gallon wasn't enough, how about an additional place for service members to fuel up? The Guam National Guard opened its new gas station during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Barrigada Readiness Center this morning. The facility includes a Mini-Shoppette with 8 gas pumps and two underground storage tanks, which altogether cost approximately $1.8 million.

Major General Donald Goldhorn says this new facility is just the beginning of more projects to come, which will include an expanded Shoppette and an additional readiness center.