Alaska Military Bases military bases

Army Bases

Fort Greely Army Base in Fairbanks, AK

South of Fairbanks, Alaska Military Bases

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Fort Greely is one of the small, yet very important US military bases located in Greely. According to the 2000 census, the fort hosted not more than 461 individuals. It is located in the central side of the state, in a plain field...
Fort Richardson Army Base in Anchorage, AK

Anchorage, Alaska Military Bases

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Fort Richardson is a United States Army base near the city of Anchorage, Alaska. It is the largest US base in Alaska and the hub of a network of bases in the area that includes Fort Greeley and Fort Wainwright. The base is home to...
Fort Wainwright Army Base in Fairbanks, AK

Fairbanks, Alaska Military Bases

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Fort Wainwright is a complementary camp to Fairbanks, a more important and large post of Alaska. It is one of the few strategical camps located in the far western state of the United States. History The fort was initially built in...

Coast Guard Bases

ISC Kodiak Coast Guard Base in Kodiak Island, AK

Kodiak Island, Alaska Military Bases

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Located in the city with the same name in Alaska, Integrated Support Command Kodiak is currently the largest operating installation run by the United States Coast Guard. It spreads over 23,000 acres and holds another record for th...
Marine Safety Unit Valdez Coast Guard Base in Valdez, AK
For a lot of people, Valdez is nothing but a touristic place in Alaska. It is a city with plenty of natural attractions. However, when it comes to the authorities in the area, Valdez is more than that. It is located in Alaska, a p...
Uscg Juneau Coast Guard Base in Juneau, AK
USGC Juneau is a United States Coast Guard installation located in the capital city of Alaska, Juneau. The strategic location allows the Coast Guard to cover a wide range of areas and provide a larger service area for citizens. US...

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