BY KELLIE C. MORGAN
For the Journal
A new United Service Organization location planned on Andersen Air Force Base to open in 2017 is a sign of growing military activity on island. It will be the second USO for Guam.
“The growth on Guam demonstrates that the increased military activity on the island is already being seen at our USO,” Leigh L. Graham, the USO area director for Hawaii and Guam, told the Journal.
The USO’s only location in Guam at present in Tumon has welcomed more than 36,000 visitors as of September this year, Graham . . .
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