Ft. Lewis (American): Military Base

A major US Army base in Washington state, known for its infantry training and the home of the I Corps. During World War II, it played a vital role in training troops for combat.

Akron, Washington

A town in Washington that was involved in the production of war materials during World War II. The town’s factories contributed to the war effort, supplying the American military with essential goods.

Ape Canyon

A canyon near the town of Zillah, Washington, known for its high concentration of free-roaming rhesus macaques.