1994 Reunion Photograph of Kwajalein

Kwajalein today is now used by the United States as a tracking station for satellites and missile testing.  Access to the island is strictly limited due to the secret nature of the work being conducted there.  About  2,800 of the inhabitants are defense contractors and the remaining 200 are U.S. Army personnel.  During their visit to Kwajalein in 1994, VMB-613 members and their wives stayed in trailers across the street from the maintenance building, seen in the center of the photograph.   

Photograph: Marine Bombing Squadron Six-Thirteen (via William A. Kehr)

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