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USAG Darmstadt

USAG Darmstadt

Cooperstrasse, Germany

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USAG Darmstadt is located in the Hessa province from the southwestern part of Germany. It is part of a large city, which is also the capital of the administrative region with the same name. The military base used to host the headq...
Sector Hampton Roads

Sector Hampton Roads

Portsmouth, Virginia

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Portsmouth is a historic place located in the southeastern part of Virginia that hosts multiple military installations, including one that belongs to the United States Coast Guard. The location is excellent for the well known miss...
Naval Air Facility El Centro

Naval Air Facility El Centro

El Centro, California

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Naval Air Facility El Centro is one of the multitude of military bases located in California. It was established in the southern part of the state, in Imperial County, only about 10 kilometers away from El Centro. The base is actu...
Camp Arifjan

Camp Arifjan

Arifjan, Kuwait

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Camp Arifjan is vital to U.S. military operations in the Southwest Asian Theater. The camp is primarily an army post, but air force, navy, coast guard, marine personnel and international troops also call it home. It is a forward-d...
Camp Lejeune

Camp Lejeune

Onslow, North Carolina

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In the spring of 1941, plans for the construction of a Marine Corps base on 11,000 acres of land in Onslow County, North Carolina, was approved. This base was named Camp Lejeune, in honor of Lieutenant General John Archer Lejeune,...
Arnold AFB

Arnold AFB

Tullahoma, Tennessee

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The Arnold AFB Tennessee – named after the Air Force father Henry Arnold – is currently the largest, most advanced and professional flight simulation center in the world. There are around 60 propulsion wind tunnels, rocket tes...

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Katherine Smith

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How to Update America’s Army

How to Update America’s Army

August 14, 2014

Katherine Smith

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An important debate is being waged in this country about just what should be done with America’s armed forces. Parts of the army remains cutting edge. America has more military hardware than almost any other country on Earth, and the strategic knowledge to direct those forces in combat. Unfortunately, not all of the branches of military have managed to keep up. Advances in arming ground troops, ...
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Katherine Smith

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As a veteran or active service member, you’re probably aware of the physical advantages of regular exercise. From weight loss and enhanced energy to a reduced risk of illnesses like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease; physical activity is extremely important to health and wellness. What’s more is that regular workouts can provide just as many benefits to emotional and psychological we...
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Smart Phones for Military Personnel

Smart Phones for Military Personnel

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Katherine Smith

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Staying connected to your family (especially your kids) while you are on duty is incredibly important—not just for their morale but for your own! The easiest way to do this is with a smart phone. A smart phone will allow you to take pictures and video and send emails and, in a lot of ways, can take the place of a laptop. Unfortunately, a lot of soldiers have a hard time finding the funds for the...
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