16D0 Commander, Joint Region Marianas

Welcome to Joint Region Marianas

Joint Region Marianas' mission is to provide executive level installation management support to all Department of Defense components and tenants through assigned regional installations on Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands in support of training in the Marianas; to act as the interface between the Navy and the civilian community; to ensure compliance with all environmental laws and regulations, safety procedures, and equal opportunity policy; and perform other functions and tasks as may be assigned.

APRA HARBOR, Guam (March 5, 2016) – An aerial view from above U.S. Naval Base Guam (NBG) shows Apra Harbor with several navy vessels in port - as many as 22 total ships at one given time - marking the largest in-port presence at NBG in 30 years.  The new ships in port, mostly destroyers from Destroyer Squadron-15 based out of Japan and three destroyers and a destroyer command ship from the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force, will participate in Multi-Sail 2016, a five-day at-sea bilateral exercise off the Guam’s coast before returning back into Apra Harbor for liberty in Guam. (Released/Jeff Landis, Major, USMC (Ret.), Director of Public Affairs/Communications, Naval Base Guam)


Joint Region Marianas Public Access Plan for Historic and Cultural Sites



Jun 21 2016

ASAN, Guam (June 21, 2016) – Military, federal and local law enforcement will conduct training at the former South Finegayan housing area and at the Naval Base Guam Ordnance Annex (Naval Magazine) June 23 

Apr 18 2016

ASAN, Guam – A representative from Healing Hearts Crisis Center (HHCC) spoke to service members from Joint Region Marianas (JRM) during a Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) event April 18 at JRM Headquarters.


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