What do the bloodiest battle of WWII and American style shopping for Japanese tourists have in common? Guam.
There's an irony about Guam: from the Japanese tourists throwing up peace signs for selfies at battlefield monuments to the strategic placement of the worlds largest K-mart. You can climb into a pillbox and within five minutes consume 3,000 calories worth of Little Caesars pizza.
From the Office of Strategic Planning is about the battles we fight and what it means to be victorious. How do we celebrate these victories and what happens once a victor is declared?