February 15, 2014
• Larson AFB, Washington
• Naval Radio Station (VLF transmitter), Washington
Jim Creek, Oso, ?What it really is:
The Jim Creek Naval Radio Station
is a Navy very low frequency
(VLF) radio transmitter facility. The facility has one building, and the area itself is also used as a outdoor recreational area for Naval personnel and their families and guests.
• Keyport Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Washington
Keyport, ?What it really is:
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport
is one of two of the Navy’s undersea warfare facilities, and employs around 1,300 civilian workers.
The base also has it’s own museum, and while there are several large buildings there, none of them appear to be something you would find in a prison camp. Infact they look mostly like industrial buildings.
• Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington
Bremerton, ?What it really is:
The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility
is an historical Naval ship yard is primarily used by the Navy for maintenance and modernization of it’s ships, as well as housing part of the reserve fleet
The facility itself is surround by the city of Brenton, and there is very little room for where it can expand into, and most of the buildings that are there are nothing you wouldn’t find in a facility such as this.
• Naval Station Everett, Washington
Everett, ?What it really is:
Naval Station Everett is a relatively young Navy base (it became active in 1994) and is the home to several ships, including the USS Nimitz
The base itself isn’t actually on to much land, and none of the buildings there look like nothing you wouldn’t find on your typical Navy base. Plus, if there was a prison camp being built there it would be unlikely it could be kept out of public view due to the fact that the city Everett is right next to the base.
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