List of Army Bases

Aberdeen Proving Ground
Aberdeen Proving Ground is a US military base located in the Harford County. Some of its parts are eligible for census. According to the 2000 calculations, the specific parts hosted around 3100 inhabitants. The general objective o...
Anniston Army Depot
Located in Bynum, Alabama, Anniston Army Depot is one of the major facilities run and operated by the US Army, It is responsible for multiple depot operations, such as repairing various vehicles or storing chemical weapons. The de...
Camp Arifjan

Camp Arifjan

Arifjan, Kuwait

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 Blanding
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...
Camp Bondsteel
Camp Bondsteel is the main military base run by the United States of America under the KFOR (Kosovo Force) laws and regulations. KFOR is responsible for maintaining the peace in the problematic area of Europe. It is located in the...
Camp Buehring
Camp Buehring is situated in the middle of the Kuwaiti desert. The Iraqi border is about 25 miles from Buehring. The Udairi Range Complex rings the camp, and it is a sparsely-populated region: Only a scant number of Bedouins and t...
Camp Carroll
Camp Carroll is a small camp located in Waegwan in the south east part of South Korea. The camp is named after Sergeant First Class Charles F. Carroll of the 72nd Combat Engineer Company, 5th Infantry Regiment. He was a posthumous...
Camp Casey

Camp Casey

Dongducheon, South Korea

Up until today, the Korea is still undergoing a very tumultuous division that has severely affected its relationship to various countries, specifically the United States of America. Ever since the Korean War in 1950 (which was the...
Camp Castle

Camp Castle

Dongducheon, South Korea

Camp Castle is one of the few military bases still operating in South Korea. It covers almost 50 acres and is located in Dongducheon. The camp is not as important and large. It is located relatively close to a similar military bas...
Camp Darby

Camp Darby

Tirrenia, Italy

Camp Darby is a United States Military base that is located between Pisa and Livorno. The Army base was dedicated in 1952 and named in honor of Brigadier General William O. Darby, who was killed in action on the shores of Lake Gar...
Camp Doha (closed)
Camp Doha is by far the most important military base set up by the USA government on the Kuwait territory. Although most such bases are actually co-bases, this one cannot be considered this way. It played a huge role during the US...
Camp Eagle

Camp Eagle

South Korea, South Korea

Camp Eagle was once known as base R401 and was officially rededicated in 1989. The camp was one of the first projects that both the American and South Korean governments funded in unison and both supplied troops to build. At the t...
Camp Fallujah

Camp Fallujah

Fallujah, Iraq

Still commonly referred to as Camp Fallujah, MEK Compound is a military base located in Fallujah and used for the common conflicts in Iraq. The base is relatively small and is adjacent to another base nearby – Dreamland. Dreamla...
Camp Frank D. Merrill
Camp Frank D. Merrill is among the less important military bases operated by the US Army. It is located in Georgia and one of the few bases in the area. The state is not that highly advanced from this point of view, therefore the ...
Camp Hovey

Camp Hovey

Seoul City, South Korea

Camp Hovey is one of the few US military bases hosted by South Korea. The name was given in the memory of Howard Hovey, who died during the Korean War. This camp is not independent and cannot be seen as a base. It is mostly a comp...
Camp Humphreys
Camp Humphreys is one of the small bases located in South Korea. It is about 90 km from Seoul and close to Anjeong-ri. Although it is small and its importance is not very relevant, the camp is among the military bases with the fas...
Camp Justice

Camp Justice

Kadhimiya, Iraq

Camp Justice, formerly known as Camp Banzai, was renamed in the middle of September in 2004 as per an initiative to change the names of United States military bases in Iraq. A team of experts determined that “justice” is a fri...
Camp Market
Located in Bupyeong, Camp Market is a small base in the larger USAG Yongsan Instillation. The base is home to the Marketing Office, the Defense Reutilization and the Army and Air Force Exchange services. The main function of Camp ...
Camp Navajo

Camp Navajo

Flagstaff, Arizona

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...
Camp New York (closed)
Camp New York is one of the most advanced military bases run by the United States of America abroad. It is located in Kuwait and was named after the important and well known metropolis. But what is the connection with the big city...
Camp Parks (PRFTA)
Camp Parks (PRFTA) is one of the less active bases within the United States, but one of the oldest ones in the area. Located in the eastern side of San Francisco, the base can be described as a sleeping giant. It is currently semi...
Camp Patriot

Camp Patriot

Southeast Coast, Kuwait

Camp Patriot is one of the latest camps established in Kuwait and run by the US Army. It is located on the eastern coast of the country. It was established during the military operations in Kuwait. These days, it is mostly used fo...
Camp Red Cloud
Initially established as Camp Jackson and still referred by that name sometimes, Camp Red Cloud is located in Uijeongbu, north of Seoul and relatively close to the DMZ. The military base was renamed in the memory of Mitchell Red C...
Camp Spearhead
Camp Spearhead is among the military bases established by the United States of America in Kuwait. Although it was entirely run by the Americans, the base was heavily used by the United Kingdom as well, especially during the past d...
Camp Stanley
Camp Stanley is one of the military bases run by the United States of America in South Korea. It is located close to Uijeongbu and is considered to be the largest part of the Red Cloud Garrison. It is located relatively close to t...
Camp Victory

Camp Victory

Baghdad, Iraq

Camp Victory is the most important component of the Victory Complex in Iraq. The complex is a military base run by the United States forces after the invasion of Iraq. This area represented one of the essential spots on the Iraqi ...
Camp Virginia

Camp Virginia

Al Jahra, Kuwait

Camp Virginia is one of the 15 US bases located in Kuwait. These days, only 7 of them are still active and this one is among them. The others are no longer existent. The camp used to host around 10000 soldiers in its most importan...
Camp Zama
Camp Zama is one of the few US posts built on Japanese territory, in the Kanagawa province. It is located between Sagamihara and Zama. Since it reaches the limits of both of them, it can be considered to be a path between these tw...
Campbell Barracks
The Campbell Barracks is named in the honor of Charles L. Campbell, killed during World War II and decorated with the Distinguished Service Cross for impressive acts of heroism. It is currently the most important US base in Europe...
Carlisle Barracks
Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania is the second oldest military base in the United States of America and located in Carlisle. It is run through the Training Command and hosts the popular and well known War College. History The first...
Caserma Ederle
The United States Armed Forces own and operate command posts all over the world, including several overseas in Europe and Asia. One such base is Caserma Ederle, also known as Camp Ederle, located in Vicenza, Italy. Caserma Ederle ...
Detroit Arsenal
Detroit Arsenal, Michigan is the first plant ever built in the United States of America for the tanks mass production. The place was located in one of the Detroit suburbs, Warren. It was designed by one of the greatest architects ...
Dugway Proving Ground

Dugway Proving Ground

Tooele County, Utah

As one of the largest military facilities in the United States of America, Dugway Proving Ground covers more than 800000 acres and is located close to the Juab County. The military base is almost the size of a state. It covers a h...
FOB Abu Ghraib

FOB Abu Ghraib

Abu Ghraib, Iraq

Forward Operating Base Abu Ghraib is one of the first military bases established by the United States of America in Iraq. The base is located in Abu Ghraib, in the Anbar province. It is only 32 km away from the Baghdad downtown an...
FOB Grizzly

FOB Grizzly

Al Khalis, Iraq

FOB Grizzly is a military base that is part of Camp Ashraf in Iraq. It is also known by its former names Spartan, Red Lion or Barbarian. It is only 20 km away from the borders with Iran and 60 km from Baghdad. The name is given af...
FOB Sykes

FOB Sykes

Ninewah Province, Iraq

Forward Operating Base Sykes is one of the major military bases established, run and operated by the United States of America in Iraq. Just like any other forward operating bases run by the Americans, this one is not entirely on i...
Fort A.P. Hill

Fort A.P. Hill

Bowling Green, Virginia

Fort A. P. Hill is located close to the town of Bowling Green and is one of the largest and most important US military installments on the East Coast. As it describes itself, it is the place where the United States sharpens its fo...
Fort Belvoir
Fort Belvoir, VA is an Army installation that absorbed about 30 other federal agencies in 2011 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission), still known as Fort Belvoir, the population nearly doubled wi...
Fort Benning

Fort Benning

Columbus, Georgia

Fort Benning is a U.S. Army base located in Mucoge and Chattahoochee counties near Columbus, Georgia. Covering 182,000 acres in west central Georgia and a small portion of its land in east central Alabama, it bears the moniker of ...
Fort Bliss

Fort Bliss

El Paso, Texas

Fort Bliss, a United States Army installation, is located in the metropolitan city of El Paso, Texas, and New Mexico. Fort Bliss was originally established in 1848. After being closed and relocated, Fort Bliss was officially named...
Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Fort Bragg, NC absorbed FORSCOM (Forces Command) and USARC (US Army Reserve Command) from Fort McPherson, GA in 2011 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission). Fort Bragg retained its name and increa...
Fort Buchanan
Fort Buchanan is the one and only military base operated by the United States in Puerto Rico, in San Juan. Its purpose is simple. It doesn’t really act like a military base, but like a base trying to provide its inhabitants ...
Fort Buckner

Fort Buckner

Okinawa, Japan

Fort Buckner is a small and insignificant military base run by the US Army in Okinawa. This base in Japan hosts two battalions only and is somehow adjacent to Camp Foster due to its proximity to the camp. Although the base size an...
Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell

Hopkinsville, Kentucky

Home to the 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell’s 105,068 acre United States Army installation is positioned in two states. It sits in southwestern Kentucky and north central Tennessee and takes in four counties. The Chie...
Fort Carson
Shortly after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Fort Carson was established. The headquarters building was completed in January 1942, less than two months after the attack. The post’s original name was Camp Carson after General Chris...
Fort Chaffee

Fort Chaffee

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Fort Chaffee, Arkansas is located in the northern part of the state and serves as a training installation for Army Reserve soldiers and National Guard. Aside from the reserve soldiers, it occasionally hosts active soldiers, but fo...
Fort Detrick

Fort Detrick

Frederick, Maryland

Initially built as the center for biological weapons in the United States of America, these days Fort Detrick is a regular military base located in Maryland. It deals with medical operations, from training and research to developm...
Fort Devens
As one of the less active forts on the US territory, Fort Devens is spread over 5000 acres and is part of two different cities – Shirley and Ayer. At the same time, one of its training bases for the reserve troops is spread over...
Fort Dix

Fort Dix

Burlington, New Jersey

Fort Dix – also referred to as JB MDL Dix – is located 25 km south of Trenton. It is operated by the US Air Force, under the jurisdiction of USARC (Army Reserve Control). It is one of the few bases throughout the American terr...
Fort Drum

Fort Drum

Jefferson, New York

Home to the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum is a United States Military Reserve in Jefferson County, New York. The installation is centered in the heart of one of the utmost historical and scenic areas in the country. It is situ...
Fort Eustis

Fort Eustis

Newport News, Virginia

Fort Eustis, Virginia, located in the city of Newport News, is now known as Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE). JBLE Eustis came to be established in compliance with congressional laws enacting the guidelines associated with the 200...
Fort Gillem

Fort Gillem

Forest Park, Georgia

Fort Gillem is part of the wide category of small and satellite bases. It is run by the US Army and located in Forest Park. Its “mother” base is Fort McPherson. This means there are particular facilities that the inhabitants o...
Fort Gordon

Fort Gordon

Augusta, Georgia

Fort Gordon – also referred to as Camp Gordon – is one of the oldest military establishments, dating since 1917. It is spread over four different counties in Georgia – Columbia, Jefferson, Richmond and McDuffie. It consists ...
Fort Greely

Fort Greely

South of Fairbanks, Alaska

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 Hamilton
Fort Hamilton is a historical US Army garrison located in Brooklyn, New York. It is surrounded by multiple communities and one of the few US bases actually located in cities with such an importance. The mission is simple. It aims ...
Fort Hood

Fort Hood

Killeen, Texas

Fort Hood is a military base that was named after the Confederate General John Bell Hood and is located just on the edge of the city of Killeen in the state of Texas. It is among the largest United States military installations wo...
Fort Huachuca
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...
Fort Hunter Liggett
There are hundreds of military bases scattered all throughout the United States as well as many other countries. They are owned and operated by each of the five branches of the military. Among these bases is Fort Hunter Liggett, o...
Fort Irwin
Fort Irwin has a rich and varied history that goes back almost 15,000 years. It is believed that the Native Americans of the Lake Mojave Period lived in the area, though the first recorded Native American settlements and pioneer e...
Fort Jackson
Fort Jackson is a general training camp located in Columbia, South Carolina. It is run by the US Army and is among the most important bases spread throughout the country. Its name comes after the 7-th president of the United State...
Fort Knox
As one of the largest US military bases in Kentucky with over 100000 acres, Fort Knox spreads over three different counties in the northern part of the state. It is operated by both the Marine Corps and the US Army. Some parts of ...
Fort Leavenworth

Fort Leavenworth

Leavenworth, Kansas

Fort Leavenworth is a military base located in Kansas, in the immediate proximity of the city with the same name. It has almost two centuries of existence and it is by far the oldest and most important such post located in the wes...
Fort Lee

Fort Lee

Prince George, Virginia

Fort Lee is one of the military posts of the United States Army. It is located in the state of Virginia. Fort Lee was named after the Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee. Fort Lee covers roughly eight square miles of land. Buil...
Fort Leonard Wood
Fort Leonard Wood is a large Army training post located in the heart of the Ozark region in the state of Missouri. The nearest cities are Waynesville, Missouri and St. Robert, Missouri in Pulaski County. Waynesville has a populati...
Fort Lewis
Fort Lewis, WA merged with McChord AFB (Air Force Base) in 2010 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission) and is now known as JBLM (Joint Base Lewis-McChord). JBLM is located in Pierce and Thurston c...
Fort McCoy
Fort McCoy is one of the primary training bases in the United States of America. It is located in Monroe County, Wisconsin. It spreads over 240 square kilometers and has always been one of the main training facilities for the US A...
Fort McNair

Fort McNair

Washington, D.C., Washington DC

Fort McNair, Washington DC is a US Army operated military facility located in a small peninsula at the intersection of two rivers – Anacostia and Potomac. It is among the oldest army bases on the US territory, with over 200 year...
Fort McPherson

Fort McPherson

East Point, Georgia

Fort McPherson, Georgia is one of the US Army operated military installations. It is situated in East Point, relatively close to Atlanta. Over the years, it was the headquarters of multiple centers and commands in the US Army, dep...
Fort Meade

Fort Meade

Odenton, Maryland

Fort Meade is a US Army installation within the IMCOM (Installation Management Command) and US MDW (US Military District of Washington) that houses national centers for information and intelligence. The fort has the fourth largest...
Fort Monmouth

Fort Monmouth

Monmouth County, New Jersey

Fort Monmouth is no longer an active military base, but a closed one. The fort was located in the Monmouth County of New Jersey, hence its name. It was only 8 km away from the Atlantic Ocean. The fort didn’t really spread on...
Fort Monroe (Closed)
Fort Monroe was an Army installation from 1781 until September 2011 when it was deactivated as a result of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission). Its major tenant, TRACDOC (Training and Doctrine Command) was relo...
Fort Myer

Fort Myer

Arlington, Virginia

Fort Myer, Virginia, has been continuously utilized as an Army facility from its inception during the Civil War to the present day. Fort Myer, Fort Leslie J. McNair and Marine Headquarters, Henderson Hall, were merged under the Jo...
Fort Polk

Fort Polk

Vernon Parish, Louisiana

Fort Polk is an Army post located in Vernon Parish in Louisiana seven miles from Leesville, Louisiana. The city of Leesville, population 6700, is situated between Shreveport and Lake Charles. It is 63 miles to Lake Charles, Louisi...
Fort Richardson

Fort Richardson

Anchorage, Alaska

Fort Richardson is a U.S. Army Garrison in Alaska. Other units stationed in the base are the Law Enforcement Command, Non-Commissioned Officer’s Academy and 50th Signal Battalion. It is the major base of U.S. Army activities in ...
Fort Riley
Fort Riley is one of the largest military installations in the United States, covering 407 square km and hosting over 25000 individuals. It is so large that it has its own zip code. It is located on the Kansas River and spreads ov...
Fort Rucker
Fort Rucker is one of the few census designated camps in the United States, located between Enterprise, Ozark and Daleville. Although most of its surface is in Dale County, it is spread on a few other counties as well. The name co...
Fort Sam Houston

Fort Sam Houston

San Antonio, Texas

Fort Sam Houston is one of the military posts operated by the US Army in San Antonio. The name is given in the memory of the first president of Texas, Sam Houston. The missions vary widely. It first of all hosts the headquarters o...
Fort Shafter

Fort Shafter

Honolulu, Hawaii

Fort Shafter is a United States military base in Honolulu, Hawaii. Fort Shafter was established  by the Army on June 22, 1907. The base is listed as a National Historic Landmark, and is recognized by the National Register of Hist...
Fort Sill
Fort Sill, OK merged with artillery units from Fort Bliss, TX in 2011 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission), retaining the name and increasing their population by 10,000. Home to the Field Artill...
Fort Stewart
Sprawling over 280,000 acres (or 1,100 square kilometers) in a very ideal location near the historic city of Savannah, Fort Stewart is located in the small town of Hinesville along the Canoochee River (which is 108 miles in length...
Fort Wainwright

Fort Wainwright

Fairbanks, Alaska

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...
Hunter Army Airfield
Hunted Army Airfield is located in Savannah, in the eastern side of Georgia. It is directly subordinated to a larger military base – Fort Stewart. Fort Stewart is actually the widest facility in the eastern half of the United St...
K-16 Air Base
K-16 Air Base, South Korea is located in the middle of the country, close to Seoul. It may be seen like a complementary camp for the more important and larger Camp Colben. K 16 is often referred to as a Seoul Air Base camp, althou...
Landstuhl Medical Center
The Landstuhl Medical Center is not just one of the multiple bases operated by the United States in Europe, but also the largest one located outside the country. Just like the name says, it is located close to Landstuhl in Germany...
Novo Selo Range
Novo Selo Range is one of the most popular and largest military bases in Bulgaria that are operated by the NATO forces. From all the NATO nations sending troops for training on site, the Americans represent the highest population....
Patrick Henry Village
Patrick Henry Village is one of the multitude of American bases located in Europe. Although it is run by the US Army, it is actually a co-base due to its location. This means it operates under the laws and requirements of the Germ...
Picatinny Arsenal

Picatinny Arsenal

Morris County, New Jersey

Picatinny Arsenal covers more than 6400 acres and is located close to Lake Denmark, in New Jersey. It is popular for inventing the famous tactical rail, also referred to as the Picatinny rail. It is a specific bracket that can be ...
Pine Bluff Arsenal

Pine Bluff Arsenal

Jefferson County, Arkansas

Pine Bluff Arsenal is located in the Jefferson County, in the immediate proximity of the city with the same name. It is in the central part of Arkansas. It is one of the few military facilities that have the permission to store ch...
Presidio of Monterey
Presidio of Monterey, California is an active military base in Monterey run by the US Army. It is among the oldest in the area and has tight connection with the Spanish times. History The Spanish orders were clear in the 18-th cen...
Red River Army Depot

Red River Army Depot

Bowie County, Texas

Spreading over 73 square km, Red River Army Depot is located in the Bowie County of Texas. It is among the insecure military bases in the United States of America. No other base was scheduled for closure two times and still alive....
Redstone Arsenal
Redstone Arsenal is located in Huntsville, in the northern part of Alabama. It hosted close to 2000 inhabitants at the 2010 census. The place is operated by the US Army and hosts a multitude of tenant units. However, many of them ...
Rock Island Arsenal

Rock Island Arsenal

Arsenal Island, Illinois

Located on the Mississippi River, on the Arsenal Island – also referred to as Rock Island, Rock Island Arsenal is a military base that covers almost 1000 acres. It is between Iowa and Davenport, in the northwestern part of Illin...
Schofield Barracks
Schofield Barracks is the largest Army post in Hawaii. It was named in honor of LTG John M. Schofield, who recognized the strategic importance of Oahu to the defense of the United States in 1872. Construction on the Barracks began...
Soldier Systems Center
The Soldier Systems Center is operated by the Department of Defense and is responsible for the general living condition the US troops have to face while hosted in various bases or in their missions. The facility is located in Nati...
The Pentagon

The Pentagon

Washington, D.C., Washington DC

The Pentagon is currently the Department of Defense headquarters. With all these, it is more than that. It is actually a symbol for the United States of America and among the few important buildings that people know this country f...
Tobyhanna Army Depot
Tobyhanna Army Depot is a military base from Coolbaugh Township, in the eastern part of Pennsylvania. It is mostly used as a logistics center and its primary mission is to deal with repairing, updating and integrating C4ISR system...
Torii Station

Torii Station

Okinawa, Japan

Torii Station is currently the most important military base run by the United States of America in Japan. It is the home of the US Army. It is located close to Okinawa, in Yomitan. Although the profile of the base is military, it ...
Tripler Medical Center
Tripler Medical Center is located in Hawaii and is the widest and most important hospital operated in the Pacific Rim. It can be seen from any place of Honolulu due to its impressive pink coral appearance. At the same time, it has...
Umatilla Chemical Depot
Umatilla Chemical Depot is located in the northern part of Oregon, close to the Umatilla human communities. The base is among the most important military bases, judging by the chemical storage site, but also one of the less import...
US Military Academy
USMA (US Military Academy) is located in West Point, in the southeastern side of New York. It is only 80 km away from New York City. Aside from the actual academy, the site hosts a wide variety of historical buildings dating from ...
USAG Ansbach
USAG Ansbach is a German co-base run by the United States of America in the northern part of Bavaria. It is located in a relatively unusual site. Although the base is only a couple of hours away from the Alps, it is on a plain fie...
USAG Bamberg
USAG Bamberg is one of the wide variety of co-bases operated by both the United States of America and Germany on German territories. Most of them are located in the southern side of the country, creating a prolific and useful web ...
USAG Baumholder

USAG Baumholder

Baumholder, Germany

USAG Baumholder is currently the base hosting the largest amount of US forces outside of the United States of America, with over 13000 individuals. The base is part of a wide web of US bases located in the central and southern par...
USAG Benelux
USAG Benelux is a military base run by the United States of America in Europe. Benelux is an acronym for three countries in the area – Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Aside from these three nations, the military base also s...
USAG Brussels
USAG Brussels is one of the essential military facilities operated by the United States of America in Europe. It is located in Brussels, in the capital of Belgium. It is a few minutes away from the NATO headquarters, therefore it ...
USAG Daegu
USAG Daegu is by far the most important military facility owner and operated by the United States of America in South Korea. It is not just among the largest such facilities, but it is also responsible with the good functionality ...
USAG Darmstadt

USAG Darmstadt

Cooperstrasse, Germany

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...
USAG Garmisch

USAG Garmisch

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

USAG Garmisch is just one of the wide variety of names for American bases run under the German laws in the southern and central parts of this country. Most of them were taken over after World War II and this one doesn’t make...
USAG Grafenwoehr

USAG Grafenwoehr

Grafenwoehr, Germany

USAG Grafenwoehr represents the path to celebrity for the small town of Grafenwoehr, located in eastern Bavaria, close to the border with the Czech Republic. It is one of the dozens of co-bases located in the southern part of Germ...
USAG Heidelberg

USAG Heidelberg

Heidelberg, Germany

USAG Heidelberg is one of the few, yet largest American bases located in Germany. It is actually a co-base, which means it is run by both American and German authorities. The base is located in the south western part of Germany, c...
USAG Hessen
USAG Hessen used to be a military garrison operated by the United States of America in Germany. It was one of the dozens of such co-bases located in the central and southern parts of Germany. Hessen was placed in the middle of the...
USAG Hohenfels

USAG Hohenfels

Truppenubungsplatz, Germany

USAG Hohenfels is one of the dozens of US military bases located and run in Germany under the German laws. It is a co-base that provides high quality services and support for multinational forces, but mostly for the American troop...
USAG Kaiserslautern

USAG Kaiserslautern

Kaiserslautern, Germany

USAG Kaiserslautern is located in the Rhineland-Palatinado region, in the southwestern part of Germany. The military base is, therefore, relatively close to the borders with Luxembourg, Belgium and France. This place is one of the...
USAG Mannheim

USAG Mannheim

Heidelberg, Germany

USAG Mannheim is a military garrison located in the southern part of Germany, about 100 km away from the famous Mercedes and Porsche city Stuttgart. It is an American garrison, but run under the German regulations. With over 300K ...
USAG Schinnen
USAG Schinnen is the only military facility run by the United States of America in the eastern part of BENELUX. It is located in Netherlands and is actually a co-base, which means the American may run it, but they have to stick to...
USAG Schweinfurt

USAG Schweinfurt

Schweinfurt, Germany

Initially built as a military facility, these days USAG Schweinfurt is more than that. It is a real community, close to the size of a little town. It is located in the middle part of Germany and is part of a ramified network of mi...
USAG Stuttgart

USAG Stuttgart

Stuttgart, Germany

USAG Stuttgart is among the popular, active and actually useful US military bases in Germany. It is located in Stuttgart, in the Baden Wurttemberg province, in a place well known worldwide for brands like Porsche or Mercedes. The ...
USAG Wiesbaden

USAG Wiesbaden

Wiesbaden, Germany

As one of the almost 50 American bases located in Germany, USAG Wiesbaden hosts almost 15000 individuals. Almost 3000 of them are actual military troops. Although the amount of inhabitants would easily place this base among the hi...
USAG Yongsan
USAG Yongsan is the most important base run by the United States of America in South Korea. It is located in the capital of the country, in Seoul. It hosts the headquarters of the American presence in this country. The unit is ref...
Walter Reed

Walter Reed

Washington, D.C., Washington DC

Walter Reed is a medical center operated by the US Army. It is the medical flagship for this branch of the American forces. It spreads over about 110 acres in Washington D.C. And hosts over 150000 individuals. It is named in the m...
Watervliet Arsenal
Watervliet Arsenal is an arsenal run by the United States Army in New York, on one of the banks of the Hudson River. Believe it or not, it is the oldest such place that is still active, with close to two centuries of continuous fu...
White Sands Missile Range
White Sands Missile Range is simply the widest and largest military base in the United States of America. It covers almost 8300 square km and spreads over five different counties. It is located in the southern part of New Mexico. ...
Yuma Proving Ground
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 ...

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