Hell Island is an island belonging to the United States of America, located in the Pacific.

History Edit

Early HistoryEdit

Hell Island is a remote Pacific Island currently used by the American government for scientific experiments. It was originally used as a Japanese airfield during World War II but was captured with a force of more than 500 Marines, including Michael Schofield, Shane Schofield's grandfather.

In modern days, Hell Island was used as a location for the DARPA's research project: Stormtrooper, the goal of which was to create an army of 'super soldiers'.

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