|Length||22 km (13.7 mi)|
|Administered under the Antarctic Treaty System|
Przybyszewski Island is an ice-covered island 22 kilometres (12 nmi) long in the Marshall Archipelago. It lies 5.6 kilometres (3 nmi) east of Cronenwett Island in the western part of Sulzberger Ice Shelf. The island was charted from aircraft of the USS Glacier under Captain Edwin A. McDonald, U.S. Navy, in 1962. Named by him for Lieutenant (j.g.) V. A. Przybyszewski, U.S. Navy Reserve, helicopter pilot on the Glacier who sighted the island from the air on January 26, 1962. The name has been misspelled "Prezbecheski Island" on certain maps and charts.
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