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Bolling AFB

Bolling AFB

Washington, D.C., Washington DC

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Bolling AFB is one of the two small military facilities forming the more powerful Joint Base Anaconda-Bolling from Washington DC. The other base is Naval Support Facility Anaconda. The merged occurred on October, 1-st, 2010, as a ...
Marine Safety Lab

Marine Safety Lab

Groton, Connecticut

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Marine Safety Lab is by far one of the most important facilities the United States Coast Guard owns and runs. The lab is actually one of the multitude of centers established for a wide variety of purposes. This is the American arm...
Camp Blanding

Camp Blanding

Starke, Florida

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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...
Joint Base Charleston

Joint Base Charleston

North Charleston, South Carolina

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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...
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...
NAS Atlanta

NAS Atlanta

Marietta, Georgia

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NAS Atlanta, Georgia as it was known over the history, is a military base located close to Marietta. Over the last years, the base was known as General D. Lucius Clay National Guard Center. The place is in the immediate proximity ...

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What Exercise Can Do for You

May 8, 2014

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

March 27, 2014

Katherine Smith

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