Kwajalein Atoll is a tiny, remote speck of sand and coral, isolated by thousands of miles of Pacific Ocean from any major landmass. It has a golden sand beach, swaying palm trees, and year-round warm weather. But you can’t go there. Why? Because it also happens to be a United States military ballistic missile defence site. But, since I “know people” I’m going to give you an inside scoop on what it’s like to live on a real desert island.
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