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Army Bases

Fort Mcnair Army Base in Washington, DC

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Fort McNair, Washington DC is a US Army operated military facility located in a small peninsula at the intersection of two rivers – Anacostia and Potomac. It is among the oldest army bases on the US territory, with over 200 year...
The Pentagon in Washington, DC

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The Pentagon is currently the Department of Defense headquarters. With all these, it is more than that. It is actually a symbol for the United States of America and among the few important buildings that people know this country f...
Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC

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Walter Reed is a medical center operated by the US Army. It is the medical flagship for this branch of the American forces. It spreads over about 110 acres in Washington D.C. And hosts over 150000 individuals. It is named in the m...

Coast Guard Bases

Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC

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The United States Coast Guard may not be among the most popular armed forces outside of the United States of America, but its role and importance in the country is vital. It is among the seven uniformed forces in the country. It i...
Marine Safety Center Coast Guard Base in Washington, DC

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The United States Coast Guard is one of the five military branches in the United States of America. Judging by its history and operations, it is probably the less popular one in the world. However, if you judge by the internal ope...
National Response Center Coast Guard in Washington, DC

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National Response Center is one of the fresh, yet extremely popular centers maintained and operated by the United States Coast Guard. The center is responsible for taking over all the emergencies and reports coming from civilians....

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