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    Agana Guam Mariana Islands

Lat 13.6° N Long 144.8° E  Agana is located at the center of Guam. To the west is Agana Bay and Adelup Point. To the north is Saupon Point.
Also known as Agana or Tiyan.

War in the Pacific Historic Parks
National Parks Service. Six memorial park on the island, including Adelup Park.

Adelup Point
During the Japanese occupation of Guam, Adelup Point was developed by the Japanese with fortifications built into the rock cliffs. A battery of large guns was emplaced at the point. After the recapture of the island by the United States, Commodore W. O. Hiltabidle, CEC USN, 5th Naval Construction Brigade, set up his command post at this location. Today, site of Adelup Park part of the War In The Pacific Historic Parks.

Agana Airfield (Tiyan, Antonio B. Won Pat Airport, Guam Airport)
Built by the Japanese, used postwar by the US Navy, today Guam Airport.

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Last Updated
February 4, 2018


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