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Charlotte Native Participates in a Trash Clean-up in Guam 

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Tamuning, Guam (Feb. 8, 2020) – Sailors assigned to Commander, Submarine Squadron Fifteen partnered with multiple military commands, Love Guam and the Tamuning Mayor’s Office in an effort to clean up trash, Feb. 8.

The collaborative cleanup effort, which was organized by Love Guam and the Tamuning Mayor’s Office, was an opportunity for Sailors assigned to CSS-15, USS Frank Cable (AS 40), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam (NCTS), Naval Airborne Weapons Maintenance Unit 1 and Airmen assigned to 36th Logistics Readiness Squadron to engage with the local community while making a difference in their community.

“It’s all about bringing the military and our local community together,” said Cmdr. Camden L. Crawford, commanding officer of NCTS Guam. “We’re thankful that the people of Guam welcome us on the island and allow us to serve and live here.”
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