Kwajalein is an atoll in the Marshall Islands.
Although a restricted US Department of Defense missle research and testing site, and not accessible to the general public, Kwajalein is home to around 1,800 Americans who live and work there. There is a fully functioning community including Bank, post office, shops, schools and a small hospital, as well as buildings and installments to support the US military mission.
Access to the atoll is restricted to active-duty US military personnel and civilian contractors with proper orders, although it is possible to travel there as a dependent of a person in either of these categories. It is also sometimes possible for journalists to visit.
if you want to try to get permission, contact the National Range Commander, Ballistic Missile Defense Systems Command. Include the following information: Full name(s); Citizenship; Organization; Purpose of entry; Point of contact at Kwajalein Missile Range; Inclusive dates of stay; Return address; Proof of security clearance (if access to classified information is required). Journalists should also include date and place of birth, desired and alternative arrival and departure dates, and a phone number.
United Airlines flies to Chuuk, Guam, Honolulu, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Majuro from the local airfield.
if your plane breaks down, or your boat gets caught in a hurricane, you might get to see the terminal.
tourism infrastructure does not exist. If you get permission to visit, you will have to make arrangements with someone.