Air Force Bases

Barry M. Goldwater Range
Located relatively close to the Mexican borders, Barry M. Goldwater Range is used for bombing exercises by the Air Force and the Marine Corps. The planes used for training include the powerful A 10, F 16, F 18 and AV BB Harrier. T...
Davis-Monthan AFB
Davis-Monthan AFB Arizona is one of the most active military bases in the United States. It is operated by the Air Force and located within the city limits of Tucson. The objective of this base is simple – it constantly trains p...
Luke AFB

Luke AFB

Glendale, Arizona

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Luke AFB is an Air Force operated base close to Phoenix and Glendale. It is one of the largest bases in the world and the only one out there that can successfully train F-16 Falcon pilots. It has more than 200 units available for ...

ARMY BASES

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...
Fort Huachuca

Fort Huachuca

Cochise, Arizona

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Camp Huachuca was built in 1877 to defend against the Chiricahua Apaches and to guard the Mexican border. It was renamed Fort Huachuca in 1882. Geronimo’s 1886 surrender ended the Apache resistance, but the fort remained because...
Yuma Proving Ground

Yuma Proving Ground

Yuma County, Arizona

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Yuma Proving Ground covers almost 3400 square km and spreads over two counties – Yuma and La Paz. It is located in the southern side of Arizona and represents one of the widest military bases in the world. It is so wide to give ...

MARINE Corps BASES

MCAS Yuma

MCAS Yuma

Yuma, Arizona

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MCAS Yuma, Arizona is located 3 km from Yuma and spreads over 3000 acres. The military base is close to the Yuma international airport, wherewith it shares some facilities. Most of the base area is plain desert wilderness. It supp...

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