Massachusetts Military Bases military bases

Army Bases

Fort Devens Army Base in Devens, MA

Devens, Massachusetts Military Bases


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...
Soldier Systems Center Army Base in Natick, MA

Natick, Massachusetts Military Bases


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...

Coast Guard Bases

Air Station Cape Cod Coast Guard Base in Cape Cod, MA

Cape Cod, Massachusetts Military Bases


Air Station Cape Cod is located in Sandwich, in the western part of Massachusetts, inside a different installation – Otis. Both of them are operated by the United States Coast Guard. It is an air station run by Captain David Thr...
Sector SE New England Coast Guard in Woods Hole, MA

Woods Hole, Massachusetts Military Bases


Sector SE New England is a military service owned by the United States Coast Guard. Its headquarters is established in Woods Hole, in the southeastern part of Massachusetts, in Barstable County. It is one of the new services owned...


Goldfein and McCain Push F-35 to Improve Air Force Fleet
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Army Improves Chinook to Make it to 100 Years of Service
The Army has made plans to continue to use the cargo helicopter CH-47 Chinook, the Vietnam-era War pillar that is still in service to this very day. Army officials state the Chinook is upgrading by unceasingly progressing in advancements to the platform by technological adjustments, improving avionics, cargo handling, lift, and weight, just to name a few areas. Originally manufactured in the early...
New Budget Leaves the Marine Corps Expansion Running Thin
Marines were given the go head to increase their unit size back in November 2016, but the question is, “What plans do the Marines have for growth?” With a green light for expansion, now the only thing left is determining the best way to strengthen the branch while naturally growing its numbers. The expansion approval, allows the Marine Corps to increase by approximately 185,000 members. A rece...
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The Navy is considered the protectors of the seas, but recently the Coast Guard made headlines with a large-scale drug bust. The news in San Juan, Puerto Rico, elaborated on multiple international drug agencies and Coastguard units, all working together during the whole process from investigation to bust. The fishing boat, The Lady Michelle, was carrying a cargo of 4.2 tons of pure cocaine. The pr...
USS Ford Officially Set to Take to the Waters
We are just over a month away from the commissioning of the newest addition to the Naval Aircraft Carrier fleet. Making it, the twelfth mobile carrier. This new supercarrier is the leading face of what will become the US Carrier fleet. The USS Gerald Rudolph Ford will be taking the place of the decommissioned USS Enterprise model 65 of the CVN fleet, which left service in 2012. The new aircraft ca...
Does the Military Need to Recover After Eight Years of Constant Decrease?
The expansion proposals are in, just a couple weeks after Trump’s statements regarding military growth. In mid-February, Trump told reporters, “Our country will never have had a military like the military we’re about to build and rebuild. It won’t be depleted for long.” This has brought a rising amount of focus from the armed forces as many immediately began drafting expansion plans for ...
Transitioning to Civilian Life

February 22, 2017

Katherine Smith


Transitioning from a career in the military to one in the civilian world can be challenging for many veterans. In many ways, the lack of structure, routine, autonomy, and purpose can be very disorienting for those who have spent a tour or lifetime with ample supplies of each. The first challenge for many veterans is simply in finding decent employment once their service ends. Today we will talk ab...
Daily Problems: Help! I’ve Been Hacked!

December 9, 2016

Katherine Smith


It really doesn’t matter what system you have: at some point, a hacker is going to be able to crack in and grab your data. There are ways to handle the recovery process, as well as updating systems to make it harder on the hackers. Here are just a few things you can do. First Step – Data Recovery Onsite data recovery services are your best friend! There are plenty of DIY sources online, bu...
Unprecedentedly Unpresidential Candidates and the Military Personnel Caught in the Middle
Just when you think the gallery of American politicians can’t get any zanier, the system decides to prove you wrong. Whoever the President Elect turns out to be in November, the men and women of the United States Armed Forces will have a sworn duty to respect and honor their command regardless of personal political opinions. However, in the months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election, mu...