US Military Bases in Iraq military bases

Army Bases

Camp Fallujah Army Base in Fallujah, Iraq

Fallujah, US Military Bases in 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 Justice Army Base in Kadhimiya, Iraq

Kadhimiya, US Military Bases in 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 Victory Army Base in Baghdad, Iraq

Baghdad, US Military Bases in 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 ...
FOB Abu Ghraib Army Base in Abu Ghraib, Iraq

Abu Ghraib, US Military Bases in 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 Army Base in Al Khalis, Iraq

Al Khalis, US Military Bases in 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 Army Base in Ninewah Province, Iraq

Ninewah Province, US Military Bases in Iraq


Forward Operating Base (FOB) Sykes is located in the Northern Iraqi province of Ninewah a few miles outside of Tall’Afar. The base was used as an established outpost for United States combat and tactical operations during Operat...

Coast Guard Bases


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Military Veterans and Substance Abuse: Recognizing the Signs and Getting Help
Military personnel encounter a lot while on active duty. Much of what they experience can lead to high levels of stress, which can quickly result in psychological issues. The problem is that many do not seek the professional help they need, and instead begin to rely on substances like drugs, alcohol, and tobacco to get through difficult times. If the misuse continues, it can quickly lead to a down...
Working as a Family Unit to Save on Energy Costs
When dealing with high energy costs finding ways to cut back and save is important. Working together with other members of your household to come up with a plan to conserve energy and save money at the same time is ultimately your best option. If everyone can pitch in and play their part, you will find that the costs of your energy bills will drop significantly. Below are a few ways you can get st...