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Warrenton Training Center

Warrenton Training Center

Alexandria, Virginia

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Base Contact Information Warrenton Training Center: 530-827-4343 Geography and Area Information The Warrenton Training Center (WTC) is located at 38.7335°N 77.8297°W in the northern tip of Virginia 52 miles due east of the capit...
Camp Navajo

Camp Navajo

Flagstaff, Arizona

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Camp Navajo, Arizona is currently the largest, most important and general base in the state. With a rich history and a lot of objectives in time, the base has grown to become a full and complete training site. It is 114.3 square k...
Camp Gonsalves

Camp Gonsalves

Northern Okinawa, Japan

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Camp Gonsalves is one of the widest military bases run by the United States of America in Japan, under the laws of the Japanese government. The base spreads over two villages in Okinawa – Higashi and Kunigami. It covers more tha...
NS San Diego

NS San Diego

San Diego, California

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Naval Station San Diego is one of the multitude of military bases in California owned and operated by the United States Navy. In fact, this is the largest one located on the West Coast. It is the base with the most important opera...
Fort Gillem

Fort Gillem

Forest Park, Georgia

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Fort Gillem is part of the wide category of small and satellite bases. It is run by the US Army and located in Forest Park. Its “mother” base is Fort McPherson. This means there are particular facilities that the inhabitants o...
NCTAMS PAC

NCTAMS PAC

Wahiawa, Hawaii

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NCTAMS PAC is responsible for all the communicational services and systems in the Pacific. The installation is run by the United States Navy, under Captain John L. MacMichael, Jr., but it supports all the operations led by the Dep...

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