News & Events

Twelve New RMI Recruits Join the U.S. Army

Ambassador Armbruster joined U.S. Army Captain Quinlan to welcome twelve new Marshallese recruits into the U.S. Army on September 11, 2012.  The new recruits were sworn into the U.S. military at a small ceremony at the RRE Hotel in Majuro attended by friends, family and Marshallese veterans of U.S. Armed Forces.  The induction ceremony occurred ...
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Ambassador Armbruster Presents Credentials to President Loeak

President Loeak Welcomes Ambassador: On September 6, Ambassador Armbruster presented his credentials to President Christopher Loeak in a brief ceremony with several Cabinet members in attendance.  President Loeak warmly welcomed the Ambassador and expressed his hope that the RMI would work closely with the Embassy to deal with critical issues facing the country.  The Ambassador ...
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Secretary Clinton meets President Loeak at the Pacific Islands Forum

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton attended the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Post Forum Dialogue in Raratonga, Cook Islands on August 31st, where she met with Pacific Island leaders, including RMI President Loeak.  Secretary Clinton’s attendance at the PIF was the first ever by a U.S. Secretary of State, and her participation highlights the United ...
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U.S. Team Supports Deaf Students in the Marshall Islands

On Tuesday September 4, Ambassador Armbruster met with representatives from Gallaudet University who are in the Marshall Islands as part of a regular program to provide resources and assistance to deaf students.  The group includes Lisa Jacobs, the Director for Regional and National Outreach at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.; Judith Coryell, the Director of ...
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