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  • Memorial Day 2015 on Kwajalein

    Memorial Day 2015 on Kwajalein

    Ambassador Armbruster marked Memorial Day on Kwajalein at the U.S. Army Garrison. In his remarks he thanked all those who serve and the families that support them. Click on the story link to read the Ambassador's speach.

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  • Ambassadors watering new trees

    Ambassadors' Gardens Prize

    The Ambassadors School Garden Competition took place May 18 with Assumption, COOP, and Marshall Islands High School and Jaluit High School all taking part. Ambassador Chen of Taiwan, Charge Watanbe of Japan and Ambassador Armbruster of the U.S. were all impressed with the pumpkin, cassava, eggplant, taro, papaya, breadfruit and hot peppers!

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    JEMFAC Meeting in San Francisco

    The United States hosted the mid-year Joint Economic Management and Fiscal Accountability Committee meeting in the San Francisco on April 17.

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  • Assistant Secretary Kai'aina and H.E. President Loeak

    Assistant Secretary Kai'aina visit the RMI

    Assistant Secretary of the Interior Esther Kia’aina is visiting the RMI this week to discuss a full range of issues. President Loeak and his Cabinet discussed the resettlement of Rongelap Atoll and Compact Impact. A/S Kia’aina also has a strong concern about climate change and sea level rise

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  • Ambassador Armbruster addresses the audience before the unveiling. Lois Shelden Photo.

    Remembrance Day

    Remembrance Day in the Marshall Islands: Today the Embassy and CMI rededicated the Sgt. Solomon Sam Sports center to honor fallen RMI soldiers ...

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  • Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Tropical Disturbance Centered East of Majuro

    The U.S. Embassy in Majuro alerts U.S. citizens of a tropical disturbance centered east of Majuro. Development of the tropical disturbance is forecast to be slow and is causing scattered to numerous heavy showers, isolated thunderstorms, and fresh to strong winds. These winds can cause damage on poorly constructed structures. Seas of 11 to 13 feet will be dangerous for small craft operation, and inter-atoll travel is highly not recommended until winds and seas have subsided later next week.  More »

  • Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Chikungunya Outbreak in Majuro (May 4, 2015)

    The U.S. Embassy in Majuro alerts U.S. citizens living and traveling in the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) that the Ministry of Health issued a special advisory regarding the outbreak of the chikungunya virus. We urge U.S. citizens in RMI to be vigilant, use repellant, and destroy mosquito breeding areas, as appropriate.  More »

  • Worldwide Caution

    The Department of State has issued this Worldwide Caution to update information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world. U.S. citizens are reminded to maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness.   More »

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  • Coach Tom Newell leading the basketball clinic at CMI
    Coach Tom Newell is back!

    Two weeks of sports diplomacy kick-off with Coach Tom Newell, former coach of the NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks, who began his third visit to the Marshall Islands January 4, meeting with the Marshall Islands Basketball Federation (MBIF) to discuss the broad range of sports development in the RMI. 

  • Ambassador Armbruster transfers coral to a cement form, while small fish wait patiently for their home to be ready.
    Coral Relocation Project

    U.S. Embassy joined RMI EPA and College of the Marshall Islands (CMI) team for the Coral Relocation project phase II 

  • Alson Kelen, receiving the “Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation” award from Ambassador Thomas Armbruster on Tuesday, at the U.S. Embassy.
    Waan Aelõñ in Majel receives the Ambassadors' Cultural Preservation Award

    “Kapeel in meto”, translates to mean, “The skill of the ocean…”, this is what a $31,000 grant to Waan Aelõñ in Majel (WAM) will help preserve. 

  • Missile launched at dawn from Kwajalein
    U.S. Conducts Successful Missile Intercept Test in Pacific (June 22, 2014)

    The U.S. military today successfully intercepted an intermediate-range ballistic missile test target launched from the U.S. Army’s Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, according to a Defense Department news release issued today. 

  • Children playing with EHDI volunteers
    The Early Hearing Detection and Intervention program

    The Ambassador joined Ms. Rushmer and Ms. Pedro on two home visits in Majuro and thanks the Centers for Disease Control for funding these important programs. 

  • PAC Launch - April 2, 2014 - Minister of Foreign Affairs Tony deBrum give introductory remarks
    The Pacific-American Climate Fund Launched in Majuro

    The U.S. Government on April 2 launched the five-year Pacific-American Climate Fund in Majuro, on the heels of earlier roll-outs in Suva and Port Moresby. The US$24-million grant program will provide grants to qualifying civil society organizations (CSOs) to implement climate change adaptation activities in twelve countries in the Pacific.  

  • World Water Day Celebrations in Majuro, Marshall Islands
    World Water Day 2014 in the Marshall Islands

    The Marshall Islands and Embassy Majuro marked World Water Day this Saturday on March 22. With the 2013 drought still very much in everyone’s mind no one needs to tell the RMI how important, and precious, water is. This Saturday there was a walk from the College of the Marshall Islands to Delap Park. Later that morning there were demonstrations of a water catchment tank, solar still, and a reverse osmosis machine – as well as face painting, musical chairs, and a raffle. Organizations involved included the Marshall Islands Red Cross, IOM, USAID, and the RMI Government’s Office of Environmental Planning and Policy Coordination (OEPPC). U.S. Embassy Majuro was well represented during the day with Ambassador Armbruster and several staff and their families participating. 

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