We've already circumnavigated Saipan (I didn't take any good photos as we came around the east side, because the sun was just at an angle rendering all the photos taken toward the west to be unusable). We are now over Tinian, looking down at North Field, where the nuclear age was launched and the plane which ended WWII took off. Runway Able (from which the Enola Gay lifted off with the first atomic bomb used in battle) is the strip furthest from us (we are looking north). The next strip to the south (Bravo, I believe) has recently (within the past 3 months or so) been renovated and is being used for training of U.S. Marine pilots.
Of course, that is Saipan that you see across the water.