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Camp Blanding Army Base in Starke, FL

Starke, Florida Military Bases

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Camp Blanding is located in Clay County which is in the north central part of Florida. The nearest city, Starke, is eight miles away. Thirty six miles to the southeast is the urban area of Jacksonville, Florida. The camp is combin...
Macdill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL

Tampa, Florida Military Bases

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MacDill Air Force Base is a United States Air Force installation located in western Florida, approximately 7 miles south of Tampa. MacDill AFB is home to over 3000 US Airmen in addition to over 12,000 service members and staff fro...
Joint Base Charleston Air Force North in Charleston, SC

North Charleston, South Carolina Military Bases

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Joint Base Charleston South Carolina is one of the 12 new bases on the US territory, which showed up after the 2005 congressional legislation implying the base consolidation by merging multiple bases. 24 small bases had to merge o...

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