These are the current American overseas territories (or more accurately, “unincorporated organized territories”) in the Caribbean, that are not considered a direct part of the US. These territories are : The United States Virgin Islands (USVI), Puerto Rico, Navassa Island, the Serranilla Bank, Bajo Nuevo Bank and the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
NOTE: If any of these territories would gain full independence from their mother country in the future, please move the territory in question (along with all the TL entries concerning it) to a new separate page. Don't forget to list such a new page alphabetically in the main part of the “Central America & The Caribbean” countries index.
Spain - Former owner of the island of Puerto Rico and Guantanamo Bay on Cuba.
Denmark - Former owner of the modern day United States Virgin Islands.