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Army Bases

Camp Haan Army Base in Riverside, CA

Riverside, California Military Bases

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In November 1940, development began for a Coast Artillery Antiaircraft Replacement Training Center that as next to March Army Air Field now called Marsh Air Reserve Base. Known as Camp Haan, the base opened in 1941 at the height o...
Camp Parks PRFTA Army Base in Dublin, CA

Dublin, California Military Bases

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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 Roberts Army Base in Monterey, CA

Monterey, California Military Bases

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Located on either side of the Salinas River in California, Camp Roberts is situated right in Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties. The land here once belonged to Native American Indians who hunted and fished these lands exploring...
Camp San Luis Obispo Army Base in San Luis Obispo, CA

San Luis Obispo County, California Military Bases

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Camp San Luis Obispo at one time served as an Infantry Division Camp and Cantonment Area for the US Army during the second World War. Today, it’s still maintained and includes a heliport, warehouse complex, workshops, mainte...
Fort Hunter Liggett Army Base in Monterey, CA

Monterey, California Military Bases

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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 Army Base in Barstow, CA

Barstow, California Military Bases

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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...
Presidio Of Monterey Army Base in Monterey, CA

Monterey, California Military Bases

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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...
Sierra Army Depot Army Base in Herlong, CA

Herlong, California Military Bases

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Base Contact Information Sierra Army Depot: 530-827-4343, DSN-312-855-4343 Public Lodging: 530-827-4662, DSN-312-855-4154 ID and Visitors Information: 530-827-4108 Geography and Area Information The Sierra Army Depot is located at...

Coast Guard Bases

ISC Alameda Coast Guard Base in Alameda, CA

Alameda, California Military Bases

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Integrated Support Command Alameda is a wide installation located in the western part of California, in Alameda. The base belongs to the United States Coast Guard. It is located on a small island that can also be accessed through ...
Tracen Petaluma Coast Guard Base in Petaluma, CA

Petaluma, California Military Bases

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TRACEN Petaluma is one of the three training sites operated by the United States Coast Guard to educate and improve the skills of its military units. The other two centers are located in Virginia and New Jersey. The one in Petalum...

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