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1971: Michael G Newman served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Micronesia in Nama, Upper Mortlocks, Chuuk beginning in 1971
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Michael G Newman can be contacted at mgnewmanamacdcom
Country of Service: Micronesia
Training Group: Micro 11
Cities you served in: Nama, Upper Mortlocks, Chuuk
Arrival Year: 1971
Departure Year: 1972
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I worked for the US Federal Government for 32 years and am now retired and residing in Thailand. 26 years of my Federal career were on Saipan in Micronesia.
Originally posted: August 12, 2007
Peace Corps Micronesia; Directory of Micronesia RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Micronesia RPCVs; Peace Corps Annual Report: 1971
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