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Army Bases

Fort Dix Army Base in Burlington, NJ

Burlington, New Jersey Military Bases

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Fort Dix – also referred to as JB MDL Dix – is located 25 km south of Trenton. It is operated by the US Air Force, under the jurisdiction of USARC (Army Reserve Control). It is one of the few bases throughout the American terr...
Fort Monmouth Army Base in Monmouth, NJ

Monmouth County, New Jersey Military Bases

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Fort Monmouth is no longer an active military base, but a closed one. The fort was located in the Monmouth County of New Jersey, hence its name. It was only 8 km away from the Atlantic Ocean. The fort didn’t really spread on...
Picatinny Arsenal Army Base in Morris County, NJ

Morris County, New Jersey Military Bases

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Picatinny Arsenal covers more than 6400 acres and is located close to Lake Denmark, in New Jersey. It is popular for inventing the famous tactical rail, also referred to as the Picatinny rail. It is a specific bracket that can be ...

Coast Guard Bases

Loran Support Unit Coast Guard Base in Wildwood, NJ
Run and operated by the United States Coast Guard, Loran Support Unit is located in Wildwood, New Jersey and under Gary Thomas’s command. The unit is responsible for the LRNS – Long Range Navigation System. There are a few...
Training Center Cape May Coast Guard Cape May, NJ

Cape May, New Jersey Military Bases

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Training Center Cape May is the most important training center for all the recruits and aspirants to the United States Coast Guard. The center is obviously operated by the US Coast Guard and commanded by Captain William G. Kelly. ...

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