View waypoints in

Google Earth puts a planet's worth of imagery and other geographic information right on your desktop. Not to be confused with Google Maps, Google Earth is a seamless collection of worldwide satellite imagery easily accessible through the free Google Earth application. Google recently added very high resolution images of Kwajalein Atoll to their site. Now you can view local dives sites over layed on top of the satellite imagery.

Follow these steps:

Download and Install the free Google Earth application.

Download the Kwajalein Atoll waypoint file for Google Earth by right-clicking here and selecting "Save Target As..." or "Save Link As..." (browsers vary). Check to make sure the file you download has a .kml extension. In some scenarios it might be named with .xml instead so must be renamed. Next open it in Google Earth with File>Open.