Johnston Island


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Johnston Island:

see Johnston AtollJohnston Atoll,
atoll, 2.8 sq mi (7.25 sq km), central Pacific, c.700 nautical mi (1,300 km) SW of Honolulu, central Pacific, an uninc. territory of the United States. It consists of four islands and reefs. The largest island, Johnston Island, c.3,000 ft (910 m) long and c.
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Between January and September 1971, six separate movements of munitions resulted in the successful and uneventful transfer of all munitions from Okinawa to Johnston Island. The last ship leaving the docks carried a sign on its stern, with a picture of Porky Pig and the words "Th-th-th-that's all.
The most successful demilitarization operation so far has been the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System (JACADS) site, located in the Central Pacific on Johnston Island, a one-square mile atoll 825 miles from Honolulu.
Lee Kindle found out he was heading to Johnston Air Force Base, Johnston Island, for a year-long remote assignment, he figured he'd fit right in.
Why is a Kentuckian so concerned about distant Johnston Island? Four miles from Williams' home, in Lexington, Kentucky, the Army stockpiles 1.6 percent of the U.S.
To date, it has eliminated just 310 tons -- and that work was carried out at a pilot facility that opened in June 1990 on Johnston Island, a U.S.-owned Pacific atoll.
If the goods are withdrawn for exportation to a foreign country, or to the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Wake Island, Midway Islands, Kingman Reef, Johnston Island,or the Island of Guam, then no customs duties are due.
Army on remote Howland Island; and collected and disposed of hazardous wastes on Okinawa, Johnston Island, Kwajalein, Saipan and a dozen other Pacific Islands.
His previous assignments include the 793d Military Police Battalion, Germany; 69th Chemical Company, Germany; the Technical Escort Unit, 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Polk, Louisiana; an (Johnston Island. SSG Glad is J5 and instructor qualified.
To Johnston Island, a sunny, U.S.owned atoll 800 miles southwest of Hawaii, where the U.S.
sites, as well as on Johnston Island, which is located more than 800 miles southwest of Hawaii.
Army Chemical Activity Pacific (USACAP) was deactivated during a Chemical Surety Decertification ceremony on Johnston Island. This little spec of land is located 825 miles southwest of Hawaii.

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