HIES acquired satellite imagery for the entire island of Guam at 40 cm resolution and 8 band multispectral imagery; and mosaic the images to produce a “less than” 2% cloud free image. The image was georeferenced, ortho photo, and tiled. The satellite orthoimagery consisted of 41cm pan-sharpened blue, green, red and near infrared channels. These 4 bands co-registered to each other, and was orthorectified using satellite ephemeris and rational polynomial coefficient information, an existing set of 2009 aerial photographs, along with LiDAR DEM, ERDAS Imagine, and 2005 orthoimagery. A second satellite orthoimagery of 8 bands with blue, green, red, near infrared red, but also including the additional 4 bands of coastal blue (400-450nm), yellow (585-625nm), red-edge (705-745), and NIR2 (860-1040nm) was acquired for this deliverable. Cloud patching consisted of using Erdas and other mosaic tools; but all data was preserved as original so not to corrupt any original spectral background information. This effort also consisted of surveying the coordinate systems used on AAFB to determine the shift between the established 1993 coordinate system and the coordinate system newly created by Towill in 2005. Results of CORS AAFB showed the shift between GPS data differentially corrected to Guam's CORS stations versus the same data differentially corrected to Andersen's base station. All collected data was complied with NSSDA standards for horizontal and vertical accuracy, SDSFIE standards for data structure and attribution, FGDC metadata requirements, and NAVFAC models. HIES deployed several Trimble R2 survey grade GPS equipment using TSCE controllers running the data collection software to preserve accuracy. The Database was also developed in ArcGIS SDSFIE-compliant Personal GeoDatabase (PGDB).