Attu, AK Facts, Population, Income, Demographics, Economy

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However, Attu Village had not yet been evacuated when the Japanese invaded. At the time, Attu's population consisted of 45 native Aleuts and two white Americans, Charles Foster Jones (1879-1942), a radio technician, originally from St. Paris, Ohio, and his wife Etta (1879-1965), a schoolteacher, originally from Vineland, New Jersey. The village consisted of several houses around Chichagof Harbor. The 42 Attu inhabitants who survived the Japanese invasion were taken to a prison camp near Otaru, Hokkaid?. Sixteen of them died while they were imprisoned. Mr. Jones, 63, was killed by the Japanese forces almost immediately after the invasion. Mrs. Jones, 63, was subsequently taken to the Bund Hotel in Yokohama, Japan, which also housed Australian prisoners of war from the 1942 Battle of Rabaul in Papua New Guinea. Later, Mrs. Jones and the Australian prisoners were held at the Yokohama Yacht Club from 1942 to 1944, and then at the Totsuka prisoner of war camp until their release in August 1945. Mrs. Jones died in December 1965 at age 86 in Bradenton, Florida.

Recognitions and Certifications

Accredited Drug Testing has been recognized as one of the "Top 10 drug testing companies" for excellent customer service and we have received TPA Accreditation from the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association. We are active in all drug testing industry associations and our staff are trained and certified as drug and alcohol testing specialists.

Important Links

National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (https://ndasa.com/)

National Drug Free Workplace Alliance (https://www.ndwa.org/)

Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (https://www.sapaa.com/)

Substance Abuse Mental Health Safety Administration (https://www.samhsa.gov/)

US Drug Enforcement Administration (https://www.dea.gov/)

Office of Drug alcohol Policy Control (https://www.transportation.gov/odapc)

On-Site Drug Testing Attu, AK

Time is money, we can come to you. Accredited Drug Testing provides on-site drug testing services in Attu, AK and throughout the local area for employers who need drug or alcohol testing at their place of business or other location. On-site drug testing methods include urine drug testing, hair drug testing, oral saliva drug testing and breath alcohol testing. Both instant drug test results and laboratory analyzed testing is available. Testing purposes can include pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion and post-accident.

(800) 221-4291

Drug Test Screening Panels Available In Attu, AK

We offer a 5-panel drug test, which screens for the following:

  • Amphetamines
  • Cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • Opiates
  • PCP

We offer a 10-panel drug test which screens for the following:

  • Amphetamines
  • Barbituates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • MDA
  • Methadone
  • Methaqualone
  • Opiates
  • PCP
  • Propoxyphene

We offer a 12-panel drug test which screens for the following:

  • Amphetamines
  • Barbiturates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • MDA
  • Methadone
  • Methaqualone
  • Opiates
  • PCP
  • Propoxyphene
  • Meperidine
  • Tramadol

** Customized drug testing panels such as bath salts, synthetic marijuana, steroids and other drugs are also available.

Urine or Hair On-site Drug Testing In Attu, AK – You Choose!

Our on-site drug testing services in Attu, AK include urine drug testing, which has a detection period of 1-5 days and hair drug testing which has a detection period of up to 90 days. Negative test results are generally available in 24-48 hours, when analyzed by our SAMHSA Certified Laboratories. Negative instant test results are available immediately, non-negative test results require laboratory confirmation.

Why Use On-Site Drug Testing in Attu, AK?

Time is money and when sending an employee to one of our many drug testing centers in Attu, AK would cause disruption to your business operations or affect your employees work productivity, conducting on-site drug testing will eliminate these issues.

Who Uses On-Site Drug Testing?

  • Construction Sites
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Power Plants
  • Motor Pool Facilities
  • Car Dealerships
  • Trucking/Transportation Companies
  • Schools
  • Sports Venues
  • Hospitals
  • Oil & Gas Drillings Sites

Are you a DOT Regulated Company?

Accredited Drug Testing has trained and qualified collectors who also specialize in providing on-site drug testing services for all DOT modes to include:

Additional DOT Services:

  • DOT Consortium Enrollment
  • DOT Physicals
  • Supervisor Training
  • DOT Drug Policy Development
  • MVR Reports
  • Employee Training
  • Background Checks
  • FMCSA Clearinghouse Verification/Search

How To Schedule On-Site Drug Testing In Attu, AK?

Step 1 - Call our on-site coordinator at (800)221-4291

Step 2 - Have at least 10 employees needing to be tested (recommended)

Step 3 - Provide the date, location and time of the requested on-site drug testing services

In addition to on-site drug testing in Attu, AK, we also have drug testing centers available at the following locations.

(800) 221-4291

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Local Area Info: Attu Island

Attu (Aleut: Atan) is the westernmost and largest island in the Near Islands group of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, and the westernmost point of land relative to Alaska. The island became uninhabited in 2010.

Attu Station, a former Coast Guard LORAN station, is located at 5251?N 17311?E? / ?52.850N 173.183E? / 52.850; 173.183, making it one of the westernmost points of the United States relative to the rest of the country. However, since it is in the Eastern Hemisphere, being on the opposite side of the 180 longitude line as the contiguous 48 states, it can also be considered one of the easternmost points of the country (a second Aleutian Island, Semisopochnoi Island at 17946?E, is the easternmost location in the United States by this definition.

In the chain of the Aleuts, the next island to the west of Attu are the Russian Commander Islands, 208 miles (181nmi; 335km) away. Attu is nearly 1,100 miles (960nmi; 1,800km) from the Alaskan mainland and 750 miles (650nmi; 1,210km) northeast of the northernmost of the Kurile Islands of Russia, as well as being 1,500 miles (1,300nmi; 2,400km) from Anchorage, 2,000 miles (1,700nmi; 3,200km) from Alaska's capital of Juneau, and 4,845 miles (4,210nmi; 7,797km) from New York City. Attu is about 20 by 35 miles (32 by 56km) in size with a land area of 344.7 square miles (893km2), making it #23 on the list of largest islands in the United States. The population in the 2010 census was 20 people, all at the Attu Station, though all inhabitants left the island later in the year when the station closed. It is the largest uninhabited island in the United States.

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However, Attu Village had not yet been evacuated when the Japanese invaded. At the time, Attu's population consisted of 45 native Aleuts and two white Americans, Charles Foster Jones (1879-1942), a radio technician, originally from St. Paris, Ohio, and his wife Etta (1879-1965), a schoolteacher, originally from Vineland, New Jersey. The village consisted of several houses around Chichagof Harbor. The 42 Attu inhabitants who survived the Japanese invasion were taken to a prison camp near Otaru, Hokkaid?. Sixteen of them died while they were imprisoned. Mr. Jones, 63, was killed by the Japanese forces almost immediately after the invasion. Mrs. Jones, 63, was subsequently taken to the Bund Hotel in Yokohama, Japan, which also housed Australian prisoners of war from the 1942 Battle of Rabaul in Papua New Guinea. Later, Mrs. Jones and the Australian prisoners were held at the Yokohama Yacht Club from 1942 to 1944, and then at the Totsuka prisoner of war camp until their release in August 1945. Mrs. Jones died in December 1965 at age 86 in Bradenton, Florida.