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Campbell Barracks Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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THIS BASE WAS CLOSED SEPTEMBER 2013 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 ...
Landstuhl Medical Center Army in Landstuhl, Germany

Landstuhl, US Military Bases in Germany

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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...
Patrick Henry Village Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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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...
USAG Ansbach Army Base in Ansbach, Germany

Ansbach, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Bamberg, Germany

Bamberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Baumholder, Germany

Baumholder, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Darmstadt Army Base in Cooperstrasse, Germany

Cooperstrasse, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Grafenwoehr, Germany

Grafenwoehr, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Hanau, Germany

Hanau, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base Truppenubungsplatz, Germany

Truppenubungsplatz, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Kaiserslautern, Germany

Kaiserslautern, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Schweinfurt Army Base in Schweinfurt, Germany

Schweinfurt, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Stuttgart, Germany

Stuttgart, US Military Bases in Germany

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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 Army Base in Wiesbaden, Germany

Wiesbaden, US Military Bases in Germany

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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...

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