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Chatfield Assumes Command of Joint Region Marianas
Navy holds Industry Day at UOG
Guam Military, Local Communities Commemorate SAAPM, Child Abuse Prevention Month
Jeanne D’Arc Multinational Exercise to take place in Guam, CNMI
Commander, Joint Region Marianas, Guam High School Students Enhance Environmental Stewardship
Jeanne D’Arc resumes in Guam
Salvage Divers Clear Submerged Wreckage from Guam’s Waters; Render Area Safer for Boaters
Navy Submits Net Negative Update to Congress; Continues to Meet Commitment
Contractors, Vendors Required to Obtain DBIDS Access Cards by Aug. 14
Guam Commands Celebrate 73rd Liberation Day
Joint Region Marianas to Participate in Citadel Pacific 2017
U.S. Navy Seeks Public Input on Training and Testing Supplemental Environmental Impact Analysis
U.S. Navy Revises Public Input Dates on Training and Testing Supplemental Environmental Impact Analysis
HSC 25 Conducts Search and Rescue
Joint Region Marianas, Community Members Discuss Natural, Cultural Resources Management
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
USS America/15th MEU Arrives in Guam
USS San Diego Arrives in Guam
Military Suspends RUTEX Training at Tanguisson
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Piti
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Outer Apra Harbor
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 12
Military to Conduct Training in Guam and CNMI
Military to Conduct Training in Guam, Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517
U.S. Naval Hospital Guam to Conduct Readiness Exercise
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517
GovGuam, Joint Region Marianas Sign Civil-Military Coordination Council Charter
JRM Commander asserts enduring U.S. commitment to Palau at Pacific Partnership closing ceremony
Frank Cable Dominates Environmental Safety
HSC-25 Rescues Stranded Hikers Near Cetti Bay
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Joint Region Marianas Hosts Training for Fallen Hero Support
MCPON Holds All-Hands Call in Guam, Announces Laying the Keel
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Piti, Outer Apra Harbor
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Navy, Resource Partners Begin Talks to Establish Historic Display at Future Marine Corps Base
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Military to Conduct Training at Former Adm. Nimitz Golf Course, Andersen South
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517
Joint Region Marianas to Hold Annual Typhoon Exercise
Military to Conduct Training at Former Adm. Nimitz Golf Course, Warning Area 517 Farallon de Medinilla
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Outer Apra Harbor
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Joint Region Marianas to Participate in Citadel Pacific 2018
Navy Collaborates with Local and Federal Partners during Sixth Annual Programmatic Agreement Workshop
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Former Adm. Nimitz Golf Course, Andersen South
Guam Sailor Extends Aid to Auto-pedestrian Crash Victim
Military to Conduct Training at Former Adm. Nimitz Golf Course, Andersen South
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Outer Apra Harbor
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25 Rescues Divers
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla, in Waters Around Guam
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, W-11AB
Guam Ombudsmen Celebrated During Appreciation Luncheon
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla
Guam’s HSC-25 Island Knights Welcome New Commanding Officer
Joint Region Marianas to Participate in Great Guam ShakeOut, Tsunami Drills
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, W-517
Palau Receives Cots from U.S Coast Guard, U.S. Navy for Emergency Victims’ Shelter
Military to Conduct Training at Farallon de Medinilla, W-517, Former Adm. Nimitz Golf Course, Andersen South
Public Comment Period Begins for Draft 2018 Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan, Environmental Assessment
JRM Ensures Continued Access for GWA to Water Wells on Reverted Land in Northern Guam
Military to Conduct Training at Warning Area 517, Farallon de Medinilla
Navy to Conduct Underwater Training in Piti
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New Check-Ins

Hafa Adai!  This is a Chamorro phrase which is used to say, "Hello!"  Congratulations on your forthcoming assignment to Joint Region Marianas.

The Command Sponsor Coordinator can be reached at (671) 349-6344 or via email. Please keep your sponsor up to date on your travel plans.  Doing so will enable us to greet you upon arrival and help you with checking-in to the command and your new duty station location.  The command's mailing address is:

Joint Region Marianas
PSC 455 Box 211
FPO AP 96540-1000

Recreational water activities on Guam are prohibited for newly arrived personnel until completion of water safety training provided during command indoctrination.

A no-fee passport is required for your family members.  This passport is needed should family members require transportation to and from Japan for emergent medical care.  If you and your family members intend to conduct personal travel overseas, you should obtain a tourist passport at your own expense.

All family members who drive are required to obtain a Guam driver's license within 30 days of arrival on Guam (this does not apply to active duty personnel).  You can obtain additional information at www.guamtax.com.

If your tour on Guam is accompanied, prior to detaching from your current command you should fill out a housing application, DD Form 1746, available at any housing office or via internet from the Navy Housing one-stop website at http://cnic.navy.mil/ffr/housing/policy_forms_and_resources.html. Submission of the DD Form 1746 prior to your arrival will assist in making your permanent change of station move easier.

You are required to check in with the housing office within 24 hours of arriving on Guam or within 72 hours if arriving on the weekend.

Be aware, military housing on Guam is relatively small with minimal storage.  Due to the expense of shipping household goods and the limited space available, we ask you to not include major appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and washing machines in your household goods shipments. These items will be provided to you by the government if staying in government housing.  For more information, contact Naval Base Guam Housing Office at (671) 333-2081/2.

Fleet and Family Support Center Guam is a great resource for incoming personnel.  You can find this information at http://www.cnic.navy.mil/ffr/family_readiness/fleet_and_family_support_program.html.

The Governor of Guam has reduced pet quarantine from 120 days to 30 days or in some cases, 5 days or less following the completion of all required prerequisites.  To ensure your pets qualify for either the 30-day or 5-day or less quarantine, contact Guam's Department of Agriculture at (671) 300-7965/6 and ask them to email you their latest pet quarantine booklet.  Information is available on their website: http://doag.guam.gov/.

For more information on the history of Guam, please visit www.guampedia.com. This website is a Guam Humanities Council Community project to create a comprehensive online encyclopedic resource about the history, culture and contemporary issues of Guam.

We look forward to your arrival on Guam "Where America's Day Begins.

Again, welcome aboard!  If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Command Sponsor Coordinator, at (671) 349-5053, or via email

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