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  • COM-FSM Yap’s Computer Center received new furniture and computers using Compact funding.

    Compact funding for technology

    COM-FSM Yap’s Computer Center received new furniture and computers using Compact funding.

  • USDA RD provided another matching grant and loan to have this home painted and fix safety issues.

    Fixing house safety issues

    USDA RD provided another matching grant and loan to have this home painted and fix safety issues.

  • A victory jump to celebrate the completion of five Civic Construction Action Detail projects in three months.

    Naval Construction Regiment in Micronesia

    A victory jump to celebrate the completion of five Civic Construction Action Detail projects in three months.

  • Seabees replaced the Kolonia Elementary Roof and painted the interior and exterior walls. Third graders served as the ribbon cutting committee.

    Renovating Elementary School in Kolonia

    Seabees replaced the Kolonia Elementary Roof and painted the interior and exterior walls. Third graders served as the ribbon cutting committee.

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    Consular Officer in Chuuk and Yap
    Consular Officer Bill Cook will be traveling to Yap and Chuuk in January to provide limited consular services to U.S. citizens. He will be able to accept U.S. passport applications and application documents for Consular Reports of Birth Abroad. On Yap, Bill will be at the Manta Ray Bay Resort meeting room on the second floor for consular services and consultations from 4 to 6 pm on Tuesday January 13. In Chuuk, Bill will be at the Truk Stop on January 15 from 4 to 6 pm.
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    State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert
    The lone wolf attack in Sydney, Australia on December 15, 2014, resulting in the deaths of two hostages, is a reminder that U.S. citizens should be extra cautious, maintain a very high level of vigilance, and take appropriate steps to enhance their personal security.
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    U.S. Embassy Officer Visit to Yap: November 11
    Hugues Ogier, the newly-arrived Deputy Chief of Mission at U.S. Embassy Kolonia, will be in Yap from November 9 to 11 to meet with local officials on the occasion of the Canoe Festival, and to provide limited consular services to U.S. citizens. Hugues will be able to accept U.S. passport applications and applications for Consular Reports of Birth Abroad. He will be available from 4:30 until 5:30 at the Manta Ray Bay hotel on Tuesday, November 11. Also, from 5:30 to 6:30 at the same location, Hugues will host an open invitation town hall to answer general questions from the public.
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    Security Message
    A recent anonymous posting on a Jihadist website encouraged attacks against American and other international schools in the Middle East, including Western teachers employed at these schools. That message referenced schools in the localities of Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) and Maadi (Egypt) as examples, and these two cities as locations with high concentrations of potential targets.  The U.S. Embassy in Kolonia is unaware of any specific, credible threat against any American school or individual in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). Nonetheless, Embassy Kolonia is working with local schools identified with the United States to review their security posture. U.S. citizens residing in or visiting the FSM should remain vigilant regarding their personal security and alert to local security developments.

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