What was Guam used for?
mostly as a port for traders, and whalers. it later was used a miltary outpost and garrison. now it is a strategic location for America in the pacific.
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no it is a Territory of the U.S ^^^^whoever wrote this is stupid...guam is US territory...
Guam is the Western most point in the United States, it is about 5000 miles from the Oregon/Washington coast and much closer to Japan and Australia than it is too the U.S.
Guam first came under United States control after it was captured without bloodshed on June 20, 1898, during the Spanish American War. It was permanently ceded to the U.S. by …Spain at the signing of a "Protocol of Peace" between the U.S. and Spain. It was invaded by the Japanese during WWII,1941, and Liberated by the U.S. Marine Corps on July 21, 1944. Guam is currently a U.S. Territory, housing an Air Force Base, a Naval Base, a Naval Hospital, and soon a Marine Base.
Guam is an island in the western Pacific Ocean and is an organized, unincorporated territory of the United States
Yes, Guam is technically part of the United States so everything applies.
Because they won it as a spoils of war in 1898. as part of the Treaty of Paris the US got Guam, Philippines and Puerto Rico and paid then-$20 million for the new possessions.
The US claimed it for some reason and now they are using it for naval forces or something. I say it's kind of a good thing because people from Guam are already US citizens.
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i think yes, coz they are citizens
The distance between the above places is 7209 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance as seen on the map. The actual distance covered by a flight may vary acc…ording to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport distance.
In Federal Laws
As a transient visitor or as a transitting airline passenger, but not to take up residence.
Guam is a territory of the USA and also serves as a military installation for the USA.