Ships, and aircraft from the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, conducted a multitude of joint, high-end warfighting exercises.
Robyn Modly recently visited various Military and Family Support Center programs on the island.
Chief Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Matthew J. O'Connor was presented the medal for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action.
The test off California was part of an evaluation and demonstration of USS Maine's (SSBN 741) strategic weapon system and crew before deployment.
A variety ofaircraft and aircrews are participating in the biennial event, strengthening relationships and highlighting naval aviation capabilities.
Three MSC chartered ships have been delivering fuel and supplies to Antarctica with the support of NCHB-1.
The visit to Naval Base Guam is the first by the ships during the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group's deployment to the Indo-Pacific.
The ships are part of the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group, deployed to the region to conduct maritime security operations and enhance partnerships.
During the visit the crew will have an opportunity to experience the local culture and learn about the historical significance of the island.