Eniwetok


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an atoll in the Marshall Islands

World War II (February 1944)

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United States Fleet, Headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief, Supporting Operations for the Occupation of the Marshall Islands including the Westernmost Atoll, Eniwetok, February 1944, Battle Experience Bulletin No.
MARSHALL ISLANDS: Eniwetok [11[degrees]21'N, 162[degrees]14'E]: 4 [male], 1 [female], Eniwetok Island [11[degrees]20'N, 162[degrees]19'E], under rocks, 1 August 1969, J.
13 February to 20 February 1945: Anchored off Eniwetok Atoll for 7 days.
A prominent US chemist, Dr Harold Urey, read between the lines of a terse communique from the Congressional Atomic Energy Commission and announced that at least one thermonuclear device had been "successfully" tested at Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific Marshall Islands.
Recolonization of a population of supratidal fishes at Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands.
Involvement in the atomic tests at Eniwetok Atoll in 1948 and the establishment of enough additional assembly teams to establish a credible deterrent--hastened by the 1948 Berlin Crisis--were among the milestones to maturity.
The squadron then moved 800 miles west to Eniwetok, 1,300 miles west to Ulithi, and another 1,000 miles west to Leyte, following and supporting the combat fleet.
On 9 April 1948, Agent Komori was attached to a special task force to provide security for Eniwetok Atoll, site of atomic weapons testing.
Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific was drilled to determine the thickness of the limestone, and the drill entered basalt bedrock at a depth of 1283 m, indicating a structural reef >1 km tall atop volcanic bedrock.
November: The United States expodes the first hydrogen bomb at Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific.
It is the largest military hospital in the Asian and Pacific Rim region, serving an area that includes Hawaii, Japan, Johnston Atoll, Guam, Eniwetok, Kwajalein, and a number of Pacific island nations along with American Samoa.
Miller, professor of earth and planetary sciences in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University, reached their conclusion by studying rock and soil cores in Virginia, Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific and New Zealand.
When Eniwetok in the Marshalls was taken in February 1944, the squadron, as would become the pattern, was moved to the Marshalls, where it became part of a reorganized Service Squadron 10 at Majuro Atoll.
Planktonic foraminifera from deep-sea cores off Eniwetok Atoll.
1952: At Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific, the USA detonated the first hydrogen bomb.