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- Adak, formerly Adak Station, is a city located on Adak Island, in the Aleutians West Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 326. It is the westernmost municipality in the United States and the southernmost city in Alaska. The city is the former location of the Adak Army Base and Adak Naval Operating Base, NAVFAC Adak. There are no radio stations within 200 miles of Adak; radio can be received in Adak only through satellite or shortwave receivers.
- Adak is an US Census Designated Place in Adak, Aleutians West Census Area.
- also known as Aleutians West Census Area / Adak CDP
"Adak" is İzel's debut studio album. It was released in June 1995. The album mainly has a Pop folk sound. Most of the lyrics were written by Ercan Saatçi.
"Adak" is a book by Andrew C. A. Jampoler.
- also known as "Adak: the rescue of Alfa Foxtrot 586"
Adak a.k.a. The Vow is a 2006 drama TV mini-series written by Gamze Özer and directed by Adnan Güler.
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Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge (N.W.R.) Comprehensive Conservation Plan, Wilderness Review (1988)
Environmental Impact Statement
Population trends and composition - Adak is an active Naval base.
Basic Reference Sources (1990)
A Self-study Manual by Margaret Taylor, Ronald R. Powell
Adak is a short entry, for a place name in Alaska, giving more information than would probably be found in a dictionary entry, but still brief, as compared to the longer collective-type article for Alaska. There is a mixture. In vol. 1, see the article ...
Gender, Modernism and the Politics of Dress by Stephanie Cronin
Sevgi Adak is a PhD Researcher at Leiden University, School of Middle Eastern Studies, and a Research Fellow at the International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam. After graduating from Bilkent University, Department of Political ...
Key Sites for Birds and Birding in All 50 States by American Bird Conservancy
Adak is a Navy base, and Shemya is an Air Force base. Attu has a small Coast Guard base. Some land is privately owned by native corporations. Habitats: Low- lying, naturally treeless maritime tundra, snow-covered volcanoes, steep sea cliffs ...
Bound By Obsession (2011)
by Christa Paige
Being an Adak means you pose no risk to our population. Any accidental children are not acknowledged as Kan Asma. Males can scent fertile days and know better than to knock anyone up. A mate, on the other hand, means adding offspring ...
Aleut Identities (2010)
Tradition and Modernity in an Indigenous Fishery by Katherine L. Reedy-Maschner
Adak is a former military base in the process of being recolonized as an Aleut fishing community. The Aleut who fall within the Aleutians East Borough, the “ Eastern Aleut,” whose boundaries form a distinct cultural zone both historically and ...
Surviving Serendipity (2011)
by Lawrence J. Enders, M.D.
Adak is a tiny island located far out, near the western tip of the Aleutian Islands. If you landed short, or long, you were likely to be in the Bering Sea. No trees existed on the island. It was simply one big rock! The unit there was very small, and in ...
Volcanoes of North America (1992)
United States and Canada by Charles A. Wood, Jurgen Kienle (ed)
Eruptive History: No historic activity Composition: High alumina basalt and andesite Adak is a large Tertiary island in the central Aleutians with a ...
United States of America Congressional Record Proceedings and Debates of the 107th Congress First Session Vol. 147 Part 11
Adak is a natural stepping stone to Asia and is at the crossroads of air and sea trade between North America, Europe and Asia. With the ability to use Adak commercially, the Aleut people, through The Aleut Corporation, can establish it as an ...
B v has told how executions were carried out at Adak—a camp on the Pechora River. They would take the opposition members ...
With Notes on Yokuts by Catherine Callaghan
Both Mil pác adak six and Milkedéku five are historically bimorphemic stems whose analysis has become opaque. Milkedéku five < PMiw *kenékus < *kéne 7ükus Proto Utian grammar 99.
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- CGC Adak
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- Adak, Alaska
These homes, the former officers headquarters on Adak, are some of the only buildings that are maintained and in largely good condition. Many other homes appear completely abandoned, and many have extensive fire and water damage.
Photo credit: Paxson Woelber
- Islands East of Adak
Photo credit: Seabamirum
- CGC Adak CO & CPO
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- Adak, Alaska Eagle
Photo credit: ~ Ramblin Rose
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A presentation on the language teacher Mainak Adak
Scrabble value of A1D2A1K5
The value of this 4-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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