Photos of Guam, (Duva) Page 3
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Photos courtesy of Alan Hochstein '57 - '59... Unless noted otherwise
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Gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam
Passing through the "gate way" to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base for the first time will always be remembered. As you drove through the high plateau terrain toward the north shore of Guam through the break in the cliffs and then the breathtaking view at the edge of the cliffs. Rota, Guam’s nearest neighboring island about 40 miles north, could be seen on clear days.

Looking down from the "gate way" of Tarague Beach.

Looking to the left, towards the Phillipine Sea, from the "gate way" of Tarague Beach.

Looking to the right, towards the Pacific Ocean, from the "gate way" of Tarague Beach

 
Helms at gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Hochstein at gate way to Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam
Helms is pictured at the "gate way" of Tarague Beach.

The "gate way" of Tarague Beach provides a good photo opportunity for Alan Hochstein.

The 3rd and 4th pictures from the left are of Tarague Beach taken by Russell Weyers AE3 VW-1 1966 - 67.
 
Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam guam-42_tn.jpg guam-44_tn.jpg
After driving down the narrow winding road on the face of the cliffs you would arrive at Tarague Beach.

Photos 2 and 3 courtesy Lyle Fisher VW-1 1961 - 1963
 
Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Helms on Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam guam-42_tn.jpg
Walking along Tarague Beach was allowed up to a point and then signs would warn of dangers or restricted areas.

Another good photo opportunity at Tarague Beach. Helms is pictured on the right, his buddies name has been forgotten over the years.

The 4th picture courtesy of Robert Flemming AE2 VW-1 1957-1958
 
Tarague Beach crystal clear water on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Hochstein at Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Tarague Beach crystal clear water on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Tarague Beach crystal clear water on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam
Tarague Beach was protected by a reef several hundred yards off shore, this helped keep the waters crystal clear and provided easy swimming. Hochstein is at the top of the pyramid, Helms is pictured on the left.

Hochstein is pictured on the left, the name of the other man has been forgotten.

The clarity of the warm waters around Guam can easily be seen in this picture. Snorkeling along the edges of the various reefs was a favorite past time. The abundance of wildly colorful tropical fishes, sea shells and reefs were truly amazing. Hochstein is pictured on the left Helms is on the right.

This picture of Helms in the waters of Tarague Beach illustrate the clarity of the water around Guam.
 
Helms at Tarague Beach on Anderson Air Force Base, Guam Helms and buddy at Tarague Beach.
 
Elaine Wallis and the Morris's on Tarague Beach. Larry Wallis barbeque's on Tarague Beach
Tarague beach on the north end of Guam was a beautiful beach that provided servicemen and their families opportunities for relaxation. "Moe" and Mavis Morris along with Elaine Wallis are pictured enjoying a day at the beach. Larry Wallis tends the steaks on the grill in the 2nd picture.

Photos courtesy of Larry Wallis 65-68 TE-2, 3.
 
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