Isolated Military Airbase
There are numerous isolated military bases around the world, but few as remote as Johnston Atoll. Located in the central Pacific and comprising little more than a vast runway, it's not hard to imagine what sort of "under the radar" pursuits went on here over the years.
Johnston Atoll, a United States territory, is a remote group of islands covering 50 square miles. Chief among them is Johnston Island, with its now abandoned military base. In 1926, an executive order established Johnston Atoll as a federal bird refuge, but control was transferred to the U.S. Navy in 1934 and the impressive runway still seen today was established. Soon after, the former wildlife reserve became a nuclear weapons test site.