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George Tweed's Cave Guam
Located in northern Guam in the vicinity of Agae Point and Ritidian Point, Tweed's Cave is actually a crevice in a huge rock formation where US Naval Radioman George Tweed built a shelter and evaded Japanese forces for two and a half years during World War II on Guam. During these years George Tweed was aided by the Chamorros who helped protect him from the Japanese. Tweed was able to provide valuable information to the Americans about Japanese defensive positions before being rescued by American destroyers in July 10, 1944.
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