There are five military bases in New York, including the prestigious West Point Academy. The Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marines have no NY bases. Three of the bases in New York were built in the early 1800s.
Home to the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum is a United States Military Reserve in Jefferson County, New York. The installation is centered in the heart of one of the utmost historical and scenic areas in the country. It is situated in northern New York, just 30 miles from Canada border. It encompasses 107,265 acres […]
Fort Hamilton is a historical US Army garrison located in Brooklyn, New York. It is surrounded by multiple communities and one of the few US bases actually located in cities with such an importance. The mission is simple. It aims to deal with the National Guard and the reserve squads in New York. It is […]
USMA (US Military Academy) is located in West Point, in the southeastern side of New York. It is only 80 km away from New York City. Aside from the actual academy, the site hosts a wide variety of historical buildings dating from decades ago. Most of the buildings form a national landmark and consist of […]
Watervliet Arsenal is an arsenal run by the United States Army in New York, on one of the banks of the Hudson River. Believe it or not, it is the oldest such place that is still active, with close to two centuries of continuous functionality. Its age has helped it get marked as a NHL […]
Saratoga Springs NSU, New York is strategically located in the mountains, between the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains. It is 35 km away from Albany and brags to be one of the few military bases in the United States of America that provide a year round activity for the troops hosted inside. The base is strongly […]