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Dadi Beach Japanese Defensive Fortifications

The Japanese constructed an elaborate interlocking system of pillboxes, strong points and trenches around the base of Orote peninsula to defend the airfield.

Remains of this anti-landing defense network can be seen at Dadi beach below the south end of the south Tipalao housing area.

On the north end of the beach are pillbox/cave complexes that held 37 mm, 47 mm and 75 mm guns. Midway along and behind the beach is an unusual five sided Japanese bunker that has the appearance of a 7.7 mm machine gun pillbox. Dadi Beach is also the site of Orote village, a prehistoric settlement that survived into the latter part of the 17th century.

It was probably burned to the ground by the Spanish. Located here as well was a post-liberation of American outdoor recreation center called the Palm Court Theatre exceeded 3500.

The concrete and masonry gate on the right-hand side of the road leading to the back gate and the village of Agat marks the entrance to Camp Bright will supply depots officers country and the home of its commanding officer.

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3 Reviews for “Dadi Beach Guam”
  1. June 1st, 2011
    Khole Says:

    I am new in Guam and I would like to visit this place. How can I get here?


  2. May 27th, 2011
    Marshall Says:

    As a tourist, my two main goals in visiting Guam is to see their famous beaches and second is to visit some of their historical places.

    And visiting Dadi Beach just hit two birds in one stone. I got the see one of their pretty beach and see Japanese Defensive Fortifications which was a part of World War II.


  3. October 30th, 2009
    Jerome Says:

    This was the Landing spot of Marines during World War 2.

    Hundreds (if not thousands) of Marines were slaughtered while attempting to storm the beach.

    You can still see some of the caves where the Japanese hid inside to defend from fire.

    The historical significance of this area greatly outweighs the beautify of the beach.


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