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SCSC Wallops Island Navy Base in Wallops Island, VA

Wallops Island, Virginia Military Bases

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Surface Combat Systems Center Wallpos Island is located on the island with the same name, in Accomack County, on the eastern shores of Virginia. It is an advanced military installation owned by the United States Navy. The center w...
Caserma Ederle Army Base in Vicenza, Italy

Vicenza, US Military Bases in Italy

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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 ...
Camp Carroll Army Base in Daegu City, South Korea

Daegu City, US Military Bases in South Korea

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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...

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