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  • The Secretary of State John Kerry

    The Secretary of State John Kerry

    August 13, 2014, Secretary of State Kerry's remarks on U.S. Vision for Asia-Pacific Engagement. For complete transcript, see News and Events and click Embassy News and see Speeches on this site.

  • 45th PIF Invasive Species Side Event

    45th PIF Invasive Species Side Event

    DAS Mathieu and Charge' Daley during the Invasive Species Side Event. President Remengesau, Jr. offering his opening remarks

  • U.S.-Palau Agreement Signing Ceremony

    U.S.-Palau Agreement Signing Ceremony

    RADM Cari Thomas and Vice President Bells signing the agreement while Mr. John Podesta and President Remengesau, Jr. witnesses

  • Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01

    Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01

    August 8, 2014, USAF CAT 36-01 bid farewell to friends and well wishers during a Change of Charge Ceremony. CAT 36-01 completed several construction projects, performed community medical outreach visits and community services. CAT 36-01 completed the construction of a lookout platform at Peleliu's War Memorial overlooking the Bloody Nose Ridge.

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  • Mr. Robert A. (Bob) MacCallum

    Mr. Robert A. (Bob) MacCallum

    Robert A. (Bob) MacCallum was sent to Embassy Koror by the East Asia and Pacific Bureau of the State Department to organize the logistics support for the US Delegation to the 45th Pacific Islands Forum (PIF). Last year he planned the support for the US Delegation to the 44th PIF in Majuro. Bob retired from full-time duty in the US Foreign Service in 1998 with the rank of Minister-Counselor, having served as the senior Management Officer at the US Mission to the UN, the US Consulate-General in Hong Kong, and the US Embassies in Manila and Tokyo. Since retiring, he has been utilized by the State Department for short term assignments, usually related to high level visits or international conferences. (The first US Presidential visit Bob ever worked on was that of President Lyndon Johnson to Malaysia in 1966.) He has been responsible for the logistics support of seven APEC and three G-8 Summits, most since his retirement and provided support services for the opening of the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq in 2004. Bob has also served as Charge’ d’ Affaires of the US Embassies in the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Federated states of Micronesia.

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  • Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01
    Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01

    August 8, 2014, USAF CAT 36-01 bid farewell to friends and well wishers during a Change of Charge Ceremony. CAT 36-01 completed several construction projects, performed community medical outreach visits and community services. In addition, CAT 36-01 presented completion certificate to Eileen Edeyaoch, Chance Olkeriil and Maria Simer for completing the Apprenticeship Program. 

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    Charge' Daley presents Grant to PCS

    The Embassy of the United States in Palau is pleased to announce a $25,000.00 grant to Palau Conservation Society (PCS) to monitor the moratorium on harvesting of hawksbill sea turtles. PCS will use the grant to monitor hawksbill sea turtle nesting in the Rock Islands to provide data for consideration of an extension to the current moratorium, which ends in December 2015.   »