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clyde1925 Trainee

I have not been able to find Guam in my FS 2004. Is it really not there or do I have a problem? clyde1925

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Welshflyer Captain

Have'nt had a chance to look yet but as Guam is not a country you may have to select the owner country and search that (whoever claims ownership of Guam that is). 😀

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Drew B (belgeode) Chief Captain

Guam is a US Territory... you have to look under the United States.

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clyde1925 Trainee

Thanks but none of above seem to work. Still looking! clyde1925

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RadarMan Chief Captain

The ICAO is PGUM, type that in.

Radar

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clyde1925 Trainee

Thanks again for your comments. I found the problem, My OCEA file in SCENERY was empty. ???? how???? Copied it from an old FS9 installation, put it in SCENERY and all that mid-pacific stuff showed up. Guam is listed as a countury, which seems strange as I thought it was a territory, but there you are. I flew off Guam in WWII in B-29's. 13 long missions over Japan at night. Wanted to go back and do it again under less stressful conditions! clyde1925

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clyde1925 Trainee

TYPO . . . I meant OCEN folder. clyde1925

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AO001 Trainee

well first off Clyde, let me say "Thank You!" for your service! it is not every day that you get an opportunity to interact with a WWII veteran. My Grandfather was a Naval Aviator and flew off Guam, Wake, and other Pacific Islands.

My hat is off to you and I hope you find your files!!

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