When the U.S. military left, the island that has been home to a diverse population for more than 150 years is up for grabs
Wake Island, an island off the coast of the United States, is a popular vacation spot for many locals.
But the popular vacation destination is up in the air.
The island is owned by the U:S.
Army, and the island’s residents have said that they’ve had to fend for themselves in recent years as the military left the island in the mid-20th century.
It was home to more than 2,000 people, including slaves, refugees and many descendants of enslaved Africans.
But some of those people have come to believe that the military’s presence on the island was part of a larger plan to forcibly assimilate them and make them citizens of the U.: The U.N. has called on the United Nations to launch an investigation into whether Wake Island has been used as a recruitment center for forced labor.
military has said it has not had any plans to forcibly relocate the residents, and its own history is replete with the military being forced to evacuate its people.
But Wake Island’s population of more than 200 people is still feeling the effects of military relocation.
The United States military has told CBC News it did not have a direct presence on Wake Island.
The military says it moved to Wake Island in 1876 and established an outpost in the 1940s.
But many residents say the military has not provided any assistance to their efforts to retain their culture and heritage.
In fact, the military says there are no current plans to relocate residents to the mainland.
In a statement, the U :s.
Army said: The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries have made significant efforts to secure Wake Island for the benefit of the Wake Island people.
However, due to a number of factors, including the relocation of the military, the United Kingdom has decided to not renew the lease.
We are continuing to work with the local authorities and the United Nation to ensure the safety of the residents and ensure they are able to continue to enjoy their cultural heritage.
“We are aware that there are concerns raised regarding the safety and well-being of residents on Wake Isle,” the statement continued.
“The safety and welfare of all residents is of paramount importance to us and the U s Army, so we are working to provide the residents with the best possible care.
The Army has taken action to provide assistance to residents of Wake Island to ensure that their lives are in full accord with the laws and customs of their country of origin.”
It’s unclear what action the U as Army is taking to ensure its residents’ safety, but it’s not the first time that the U has made a point of trying to ensure they don’t face violence and intimidation.
In 2014, a former U.K. Army colonel was convicted of sexually assaulting and sexually assaulting several of his female soldiers.
He pleaded guilty to all charges in 2016, and was sentenced to five years in prison.
He was later released after serving more than five years.