Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, is home to the 36th Wing, one of the Air Force’s 4 bomber forward locations. Guam has been a U.S. territory since the late 1800’s, but the Chamorro people have inhabited the island for over 1500 years. The early Chamorro built unique houses using solid coral pillars topped with hemi-spherical capstones as foundations for their wood and thatched-roof houses. These pillars, known as Latte Stones, can be found all over Guam. Our charm is a .925 sterling silver Latte Stone accented with pink flowers and a green palm tree. Guam’s traditional greeting, “Hafa Adai” is inscribed on the back, and “Andersen AFB Guam” is inscribed on the capstone.