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|Here is the C130 Hercules Transporter based at Mount Pleasant Airbase , East Falkland Island. A VC 10 tanker can be found to the south.|
The air base was constructed after the Falkland Islands war and became fully operational in 1986.
|Two British Navy ships in Mare Harbour, East Falkland Island. This is the military harbour that supplies Mt Pleasant air base to the north.||06/26/2006||717|
|A cargo vessel near Stanley, the capital of the Falkland Islands||07/29/2008||390|
|Large Writing On The Beach In The Falkland Islands||02/18/2007||289|
|Vickers VC-10 troop carrier in the Falkland islands||02/18/2007||483|
|Candlemas Island is a small uninhabited island in the South Sandwich Islands at 57°05′S 26°39′W. It lies about two miles from Vindication Island, separated by the Nelson Channel.|
On the northwest flank of the island is an active stratovolcano, Lucifer Hill, that showed signs of activity in 1911 and glowing lava flows during 1953–1954. Mount Andromeda and Mount Perseus...
|Probably the world most remote postal office, located at Falkland Islands.||04/17/2011||472|
|2 survey ships near The Falkland Islands||02/18/2007||286|
|Teide (Mount Teide or Pico de Teide) is a volcano and mountain on Tenerife, Canary Islands (28.27 N, 16.6 W). At 3717 m above sea level and approximately 7000m above the adjacent sea bed, it is the highest mountain in Spain, and the third largest volcano on Earth.||08/01/2005||1,618|
|Mount Olympus is the highest peak in Greece. The 2,917-meter (9,570-foot) summit is the tallest in a mountain chain that runs north into Bulgaria and south into Turkey, via the Cyclades Islands. In this winter view, Olympus is the only peak with a dusting of snow—perhaps the reason its name in classical Greek means “the luminous one.” In Greek mythology, the peak was inhabited by the Twelve Oly...||10/23/2005||2,070|
|Windward Islands are the southern islands of the Lesser Antilles. They are called such because they are more windward than the Leeward Islands, given that the prevailing winds in the area blow north.||08/11/2005||581|
|The Leeward Islands are the northern islands of the Lesser Antilles. They are called "leeward" because the prevailing winds in the area blow from south to north. Thus, the Leeward Islands are downwind, on the backside, or leeward from the Windward Islands, the group of islands that first meet the Trade Winds coming from the south.||08/11/2005||695|