G-1 is a fictional location in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the One Piece series, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.
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G-1 is a Marine Base. It used to be located in the New World. However, after the events of the Summit War of Marineford, it was relocated to Marineford, where Marine Headquarters used to be.
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Marineford (Currently), New World (Formerly)
G-1 is a Marine based in Marineford. It was formerly located in the New World; however, after the events of the Summit War of Marineford, it was relocated to Marineford, formerly the location of Marine Headquarters, post timeskip.
It is stated that after the Summit War of Marineford, Fleet Admiral Sakazuki, also known as Akainu, decided to switch the location of G-1 and Marine Headquarters. Akainu wanted to locate the headquarter in the sea, in the New World, in order to actively deal with the Four Emperors of the Sea and challenge their dominion on the second half of the Grand Line.
Later, Vice Admiral Momonga was stationed at G-1 as its Base Commander. Its previous location, now known as New Marineford, is reportedly symmetrical to Marineford on the other side of the Red Line.
G-1 is a Marine Base, and all the Marines are affiliated with it. However, Vice Admiral Momonga, Lieutenant Zotto, and Juinor Grade Lieutenant Stalker are the only known Marine personnel stationed at G1.
G-1 is a Marine Base. It is a man-built location, so it does not inhibit any wildlife.
A. Momonga is a Marine officer, Vice Admiral, and the Base Commander of the G-1 Marine Base. He was among the 5 Vice Admirals who led a Buster Call on Ennies Lobby in the Ennies Lobby Arc.
A. G-1 is a Marine Base. It used to be located in the New World. However, after the events of the Summit War of Marineford, it was relocated to Marineford, where Marine Headquarters used to be.