Guam’s THAAD reflagged under first permanent unit

HAGÅTÑA, Guam — A reflagging ceremony was held on Oct. 31 for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System to be permanently based on Guam, according to a release from the office of Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Guam’s delegate to Congress. The reflagging ceremony, which is a changeover of Army units, was held at Andersen Air Force Base and transitioned responsibility of THAAD from Bravo Battery, 2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment to Echo Battery, 3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment.

Bravo Battery, known as B-2 (THAAD), arrived on Guam in February to continue the Defense of Guam mission and . . .

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