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Camp Bowie Army Base in Brownwood, TX

Brownwood, Texas Military Bases

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Camp Bowie is one of four Texas Army National Guard training sites. The cam employs 32 full-time federal and state employees and offers mobilization and unit-training annually for more than 25,000 men. Just outside of Brownwood, T...
Camp Bullis Army Base in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, Texas Military Bases

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Just northwest of San Antonio, TX, you will find the historic Camp Bullis, a US Army training camp that spans 27,990 acres. Located in Bexar County, it was named for Brigadier General John Lapham Bullis. Camp Bullis operates in pa...
Camp Mabry Army Base in Austin, TX

Austin, Texas Military Bases

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Camp Mabry is a Texas landmark with history that dates back to the 1800s. The Texas State Guard (TXSG) is stationed in Camp Mabry. It’s one of three components that create the Texas Military Forces. The Governor of Texas is ...
Camp Stanley Storage Activity Army in San Antonio, TX
The US Army controls an arms depot in central Texas. Just north of San Antonio, Camp Stanley (CSSA) is a storage activity center once called Camp Funston. The primary goal of CSSA is to receive, store and issue ordnance materials ...
Camp Swift Army Base in Bastrop County, TX

Bastrop County, Texas Military Bases

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Located in Bastrop County, Texas just east of Austin, Camp Swift has a population of 6,282 and spans about 12 square miles. The camp has consistently been used by the military, but it is currently still in use by the National Guar...
Fort Bliss Army Base in El Paso, TX

El Paso, Texas Military Bases

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Fort Bliss, a United States Army installation, is located in the metropolitan city of El Paso, Texas, and New Mexico. Fort Bliss was originally established in 1848. After being closed and relocated, Fort Bliss was officially named...
Fort Hood Army Base in Killeen, TX

Killeen, Texas Military Bases

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Fort Hood is a military base that was named after the Confederate General John Bell Hood and is located just on the edge of the city of Killeen in the state of Texas. It is among the largest United States military installations wo...
Fort Sam Houston Army Base in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, Texas Military Bases

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Fort Sam Houston is one of the military posts operated by the US Army in San Antonio. The name is given in the memory of the first president of Texas, Sam Houston. The missions vary widely. It first of all hosts the headquarters o...
Martindale Army Airfield Army Base in San Antonio, TX
Base Contact Information Martindale Army Airfield General Assistance: 210-661-7156 Geography and Area Information Martindale Army Air Field is a Texas Army National Guard airfield located in eastern San Antonio Texas approximately...
Red River Army Depot Army Base I in Bowie County, TX
Spreading over 73 square km, Red River Army Depot is located in the Bowie County of Texas. It is among the insecure military bases in the United States of America. No other base was scheduled for closure two times and still alive....

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