flows SW to Pacific Ocean, on southern Kiska I., Aleutian Islands. 2.3 miles long.
An arbitrary name beginning with "F" to correspond to "F" used by the U.S. Army for tactical purposes during World War II; published on a 1953 Army Map Service (AMS) map.
Angel Cove, April Inlet, Autumn Bight, Chicken Cove, Corvie Bay, Dark Cove, Ethel Cove, Gertrude Cove, Gulliver Cove, Kernel Cove, Lief Cove, Lilliput Cove, Quisling Cove, Sinbad Cove, Spring Cove, Summer Cove, Turkey Cove, Vega Bay,
Fair Hill, Fairy Hill, Faith Hill, Fantasy Knob, Farmer Hill, Fawn Hill, Filthy Hill, Fish Hill, Flag Hill, Flower Hill, Foggy Hill, Fool Hill, Ford Hill, Fowl Hill, Fox Hill, Frank Hill, Front Hill, Fruit Hill, Fur Mountain, Furlough Hill, Fuse Hill, Gander Hill, Gas Hill, Germ Hill, Goose Hill, Jesus Hill, Kemp Hill, Killem Hill, Kiss Hill, Knee Hill, Knob Hill, Labor Hill, Lace Hill, Lame Hill, Lard Hill, Lark Hill, Larry Hill, Lasso Hill, Latch Hill, Latin Hill, Lead Hill, Lean Hill, Leap Hill, Leather Hill, Lentil Hill, Libel Hill, Lilac Hill, Locust Hill, Lodge Hill, Loud Hill, Lulu Hill,
Anvil Lakes, Arrow Lake, Big Flash Lake, East Kennel Lake, East Killem Lake, Fan Lake, Fixem Lake, Form Lake, Freak Lake, Frieda Lake, Gaudy Lake, Glass Lake, Green Lake, Grey Lake, Keg Lakes, Kennel Lakes, Leaky Lake, Leather Lake, Leper Lake, Leuel Lake, Little Flash Lake, Liver Lakes, Lodge Lake, Log Lakes, Look Lake, Love Lakes, West Gland Lake,
Artist Creek, Fall Creek, Fern Creek, Fin Creek, Ford Creek, Fork Hill, Four F Creek, Fresh Creek, Golden Creek, Good Creek, Kitten Creek, Lame Creek, Lazy Creek, Lemon Brook, Lemon Creek, Lick Creek, Lilly Creek, Limpid Creek, Liver Creek, Loon Creek,