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There are 51 US Army bases in the United States that house and train thousands of men and women. The Army is the largest branch of the armed forces and is administered by the Department of the Army.
The core values of the US Army are loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, personal courage, or LDRSHIP. Below is a listing of states that have bases and each link has more information.
Located in southeast Arizona, Camp Huachuca was redesignated Fort Huachuca in 1882. By the time World War 2 rolled around, the Army base encompassed around 71,253 Acres. Starting in 1967, Fort Huachuca became the HQ for the U.S. Army Strategic Communications Command, which later became the U.S. Army Communications...
Fort Irwin is a large training camp for the US Army that is located in the Mojave Desert in California. While it wasn't known as Fort Irwin until 1961, the area has a long history of being used for military bases. It was first used as an Army camp in the 1800s. Following discovery of borax and other materials (including gold) in the area, the camp blossomed over the years.
Located in Georgia and Alabama, Fort Benning is an active army base that supports over 100,000 members of the military and their families. The army base received its name from Brigadier General Henry L. Benning, who was over the Confederate Army during the Civil War. It started life as Camp Benning in 1918. After World War 1, the base wasn't used...
Originally known as Camp A. A. Humphreys during the start of World War One, it became known as Fort Belvoir in the 1930s to honor the Belvoir estate. The army base was the original home of the Army Engineer School before it was moved to Fort Leonard Wood. The United States Army Engineer Research and Development Laboratory was also stationed here.