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Work on Guam's $8.7 billion portion of Pacific realignment gaining momentum, officials say

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EDEDO, Guam — Driving north on Route 3 toward the site of the yet-to-be-built Marine Corps Base Guam, signs of construction are everywhere. Workers clearing land and signs warning of detours because of unexploded ordnance are common sights.

The U.S. Pacific island territory is undergoing an $8.7 billion metamorphosis that will see about 4,000 Okinawa-based Marines relocate here in the mid-2020s. About $3 billion of the cost is being picked by the Japanese government. https://www.stripes.com/news/work-on-guam-s-8-7-billion-portion-of-pacific-realignment-gaining-momentum-officials-say-1.542331

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