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|Aircraft Accident of the 08 DEC 2002 accident of a Shorts 330-200 at Guam-AB Won Pat International Airport.|
The Shorts was inside a hangar at Guam when typhoon "Pongsona" hit. It was blown into the wall and the fuselage was ripped open aft of the cockpit. It was seen at Guam in 2005, being used for spares.
|Tha Capital of Guam, then called Agana under attack by US Forces 8 May 1942.||03/09/2007||649|
|Aircraft Accident of the 19 AUG 2005 accident of a Boeing 747-251B at Guam-AB Won Pat International Airport.|
Flight 74 suffered a collapse of the nose gear during land roll-out at Guam International Airport runway 06L. It skidded and came to rest on the runway. All passengers were evacuated, during which three persons were injured. The aircraft was towed away from the runway arou...
|Aerial view looking down on the peninsula. No evidence remains of the Sumay Marine Detachment or the village of Sumay. |
On December 8, 1941, Japanese forces landed on Guam and defeated a relatively small and poorly equipped ground force consisting of U. S. Marines and sailors and natives of Guam serving in the Navy Insular Guard. As the Spaniards and the Americans did before them...
|This is a shot of a B1-B bomber at Andersen Airbase, wings out, sitting on the taxiway.||08/01/2006||627|
|Vietnam B-52 Arc Light memorial, Andeson AFB Guam||01/27/2007||1,162|
|A submarine in Guam||08/31/2006||763|
|Pictures of the B-2 crash site at Andersen AFB, Guam show that the composite-body stealth bomber survived the Feb. 23 crash and subsequent fire largely intact. This picture was taken by an airline passenger (who asked not to be identified) as he flew past the base.|
Update: Videolink for youtube added.
|Controlled Flight Into Terrain during a night-time approach to Guam - Agana International Airport.|
"Flight 801 had descended 800 feet below the prescribed altitude, struck the 709 feet Nimitz Hill at a height of 650 feet and crashed in a jungle valley, breaking up and bursting into flames. The aircraft ended up at a height of 560 feet, 250m from the UNZ VORTAC (located on the top of...
|The Farallon de Medinilla Target Range is the Pacific Fleet’s only U.S.-controlled range available for live-fire training for forward deployed forces. The Farallon de Medinilla, an uninhabited 200-acre island, stands about 280 feet above sea level and its’ size is approximately 3 miles by 1/2 mile. The Farallon de Medinilla Target Range is located about 150 miles north of Guam||03/18/2007||731|
|The deepest point of the Mariana Trench is called The Challenger Deep, so named after the British exploration vessel HMS Challenger II, and it is located 210 miles south-west of Guam. A depth of -10,911 meters was reached in 1960 by the Trieste, a manned submersible owned by the U.S. Navy.|
The descent took almost five hours and the two men spent barely twenty minutes on the ocean floo...
Nukuoro Atoll, Federated States of Micronesia
image and data from : Earth Observatory
Located just north of the equator (3.85° North, 154.9° East),
this classically shaped atoll is part of the Caroline Islands,
which stretch northeast of Papua New Guinea in the we...