MILITARY HISTORICAL TOURS (MHT) is proud to have Sirius Radio’s and Fox Nations very own David Webb Host the 76th Anniversary of the Liberation of Guam.  Guam is the largest of the Marianas and had been a United States possession since its capture from Spain in 1898 until it was invaded by the Japanese on December 11, 1941. On July 21, 1944 the Americans landed on both sides of the Orote peninsula on the western side of Guam, planning to cut off the airfield. The 3rd Marine Division landed near Agana to the north of Orote, and the 1st Provisional Marine  Brigade & 77th Infantry Division landed near Agat to the south. Come back with David Webb as he Hosts this very special tour for the 76th Guam Liberation Commemoration with the Guam veterans. 

Tour Host David Webb has been entertaining and informing the public for decades from music to talk in Boston, Houston, Dallas, New York City, syndication, now satellite radio and television. Host of the David Webb Show on SiriusXM Patriot 125, Host of Realty Check with David Webb on Fox Nation, Fox News contributor, The Hill columnist & Breitbart News contributor.

Tour Leader Shayne Jarosz a retired history teacher was also the Executive Director of the Iwo Jima Association of America and has been to all of the islands multiple times and is a certified diver.


Marianas Variety Newspaper Article on Saipan & Tinian March Tour 

Guam Pacific Daily News Article on Gene Bell's Return

We also have a exciting post tour that travels to Tinian to commemorate  their 76th Liberation where the 2nd & 4th Marine Divisions landed on 24 July 1944 after the Saipan campaign to capture what would become the busiest air complex in the Pacific and from where the war would be concluded by the B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay in 1945.  

Travel back with  David Webb and MHT to experience these three important island battles. As part of the post tour we also explore Saipan where you will see the Sherman Tanks still resting in the surf zone on the very beaches on which the 2nd and 4th Marine Divisions landed on 15 June 1944 and the Army's 27th Infantry Division on the 16th. 

We welcome your phone calls or e-mails to discuss this expedition with one of our Battlefield Specialists. Call us at 703-590-1295, M-F 9:30AM - 5:30PM, or e-mail us. We look forward to hearing from you! 

Tour Prices

Full Tour Price (per person-pp):        $  2,195
(Based on double occupancy (bodo))
Single Room Supplement:                  $    595
Hawaii Post Tour (pp/bodo):              $ 1,295
Hawaii Single Room Supplement:     $    375
Saipan/Tinian Post Tour (pp/bodo):   $  1,575
S/T Single Room Supplement:           $    375

Main Guam Liberation Tour Includes:

  • Deluxe Hotel Accommodations - Outrigger Resort on Tumon Bay, Guam
  • Admission fees to all sites & museums
  • Tax and roundtrip airport transfers
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Historical Trip information packet, containing maps & other information pertaining to our tour
  • Services of experienced Tour Leaders


Saipan-Tinian Post Tour Includes: 

  • Deluxe Hotel Accommodations - Pacific Island Club (PIC), Saipan 
  • Admission fees to all sites & museums 
  • Air-conditioned deluxe motorcoach and roundtrip airport  transfers
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Services of experienced Tour Leaders

Honolulu Pre-Tour Includes: 

  • Deluxe Hotel accommodations in Hawaii at the Ohana East Outrigger Hotel located one block from beautiful Waikiki Beach
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Deluxe air conditioned bus transportation
  • Roundtrip airport transfers in Hawaii

AIRFARE NOT INCLUDED - DISCOUNT AIRFARE AVAILABLE: MHT can book you from your home to Guam via MHT’s Airline Partners. Discount airfare from anywhere in the continental U.S. is available upon request. 


18 Jul Mon—(Day 1)
Depart USA on your flights for Guam. (Cross International Dateline - lose a day.)

19 Jul Tue—(Day 2)
Upon arrival on Guam we check into the Outrigger Resort Hotel on Tumon Bay and experience a traditional Chamorro island welcome and relax for rest of the evening. During our stay we will enjoy the ambience of the Outrigger Resort which includes the Guam Hard Rock Café, it’s own mall & easy access to Guam’s premier shopping area. Hotel Outrigger 

20 Jul Wed—(Day 3)
We start the day by visiting tour sites within Agana with emphasis on the island’s Spanish History with a visit to the Governor’s House. Today we experience the island’s Chamorro Culture and Spanish influence in Southern Guam. Hotel Outrigger Resort (B/L)

21 Jul Thur—(Day 4)
Today is highlighted by the Special 73rd Anniversary Guam Liberation Day Ceremonies followed by the Liberation Day Parade. The Veteran Liberators will be honored by the people of Guam. The commemoration day will end with a fireworks display as we enjoy the fiesta atmosphere. Hotel: Outrigger (B/Box L)

22 Jul Fri—(Day 5)
After a buffet breakfast, we begin our exploration of Northern Guam with a historical sites including Northwest Field, the museum, Peace Memorial (Last Command Post) and the Arc Light Memorial with lunch at the “Top of the Rock.” Remainder of afternoon at leisure, to shop or enjoy the multiple pools and swim in the clear blue water of Tumon Bay. Hotel: Outrigger (B/L)

23 Jul Sat—(Day 6)
This morning we have a full day WWII history tour of Guam with local and MHT historians, beginning with the southern part of the island including the Asan Invasion Beach and Overlook. We continue to Agat Point, visit the WWII museum, and the War Dog Memorial. We will have a late lunch at the famous “Jeff’s Pirates Cove” on the beach. Hotel: Outrigger (B/L)

24 Jul Sun—(Day 7)

Depart hotel for an early morning flight to the USA, crossing the international dateline, arriving home on the same day.

Post Tour Saipan & Tinian 24-28 July

24 Jul Fri—(Day 7)
Morning flight to Siapan. We depart for a full day on a WWII history tour of Saipan beginning at the newly opened American Memorial Park Visitor Center. Next, the 2d and 4th Marine Division invasion beaches where you can feel how exposed the Marines were to Japanese observers on Mt Tapotchau towering 1500 feet above. We proceed through the infamous "Death Valley," flanked on the east by "Purple Heart Ridge" and on the west by the ever imposing Mt Tapotchau. hotel with a group dinner. Hotel: Pacific Island Club (PIC) (B/L/D)

25 Jul Sat—(Day 8)
After breakfast, We depart for a full day on Tinian Island. We take a short flight to Tinian Island where we marvel at the small, narrow invasion beaches where the Marine landings surprised the Japanese defenders. and see pillboxes and the rusted hulk of a landing craft. Explore abandoned North Field in 1944-45 the most active airfield in the world with hundreds of B-29 bombers and thousands of airmen and support troops. Visit the "bomb pits" where the atomic bombs were loaded and see Runway Able where the Enola Gay took off for Hiroshima. Commemorate the USS Indianapolis (CV-35) who delivered the bombs components before its tragic loss to a Japanese submarine’s torpedoes. Return flight to Saipan Hotel: PIC (B/L)

26 Jul Sun—(Day 9)
After Breakfast We travel north as did the battle, past the notorious site of the mass banzai attack. End the day at "Suicide Cliff" and "Banzai Cliff," the sites of mass suicides. Here, where the battle ended, are impressive memorials to peace and battle relics.  Hotel: PIC (B/L)

26 Jul Sun—(Day 9)
Participate in a moving ceremony at the American Memorial Park. We will then visit the CNMI Museum and the Japanese jail. After lunch, we will conclude our battlefield exploration of Saipan. We will have a Farewell Banquet on the beach. Hotel: PIC (B/L/D)

27 Jul Mon—(Day 10) 
Morning departure for our flight to Guam. Afternoon departure for our flight to the USA. (Cross International Dateline - gain a day) Arrive back in USA on 27 July.

Pre-Tour Hawaii 15-18 July

15 Jul Wed—(Day 1) Depart Conus for Hawaii  Arrive Honolulu early evening of the 15th and check into the Ohana East Waikiki.

16 Jul Thurs—(Day 2) After breakfast, we will visit the USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri. While on historic Ford Island, tour the Pacific Aviation Museum, including lunch. (B/L/-)

17 Jul  Fri—(Day 3) After breakfast travel to the Dole Pineapple Plantation, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific “Punchbowl” and city tour - (B/L/D)

18 Jul Sat—(Day 4) Morning of leisure on Waikiki Beach. Depart for afternoon flight to Guam (B)

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76th Anniversary “Liberation of Guam, 1944” The Mariana Islands Campaign (18 - 24 Jul 2020)

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