on the S coast of Adak I., 11 mi. NE of Turret Point and 5 mi. SE of Boot Point; Aleutian Islands.
this feature appears to have been named by U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) during World War II. A note in Board on Geographic Names (BGN) files states it was named by George Grey Barnard, 1863-1938, American sculptor.
Adak Bight, Aduutuqix, Beverley Cove, Beyer Bay, Blind Cove, Boot Bay, Camel Cove, Campers Cove, Chaxchim-qakuudguu, Chuqax, Expedition Harbor, False Bay, Finger Bay, Finger Cove, Gannet Cove, Haanugix, Hammerhead Cove, Hidden Bay, Kimlaliilux, Kuluk Bay, Laska Cove, Scabbard Bay, Shagak Bay, Sweeper Cove, Tagugilgim-qakuudguu, Unalga Bight,
Barnard Point, Beverley Point, Black Point, Blind Point, Boot Point, Campers Point, Cape Kagigikak, Cliff Point, Fox Point, Galas Point, Hammerhead, Ixusis, Kaga Point, Kelp Point, Lucky Point, Mid Point, Range Point, Thunder Point, Turret Point, Vincennes Point,
Adak Island, Agux, Anglamax, Argonne Island, Black Island, Cascade Rock, Channel Islands, Crone Island, Dora Island, Eaglet Rocks, Elf Island, Gannet Rocks, Ina Island, Large Rock, McCulloch Rock, North Island, North Rocks, Pit Rock, Pulpit Rocks, Sea Parrot Island, South Island, South Rocks, Staten Island,