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Guam residents eye U.S. military buildup
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Guam residents eye U.S. military buildup

Many residents, concerned about the effects of a planned increase in U.S. military assets, hope more federal funds will be allocated for the infrastructure needed to support them. (Blaine Harden/The Washington Post)

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Guam's support for military has its limits
Article | HAGATNA, GUAM -- This remote Pacific island is home to U.S. citizens who are fervent supporters of the military, as measured by their record of fighting and dying in America's recent wars.

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