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  Printable Maps - Federal Lands
In the United States there are only two kinds of reserved lands that are well-known: military and Indian.
There are approximately 275 Indian land areas in the United States administered as Indian Reservations (reservations, pueblos, rancherias, communities, etc.).
Military reservations are managed by the Department of Defense.
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Tennessee is a state situated in the Southern part of the United States of America.
The capital of this state is Nashville, Tennessee.
The city of Boston is one of the oldest and nicest cities of the United States.
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  United States Military Bases In Afghanistan, Schema-Root news   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pressure on numbers was partially being alleviated by bringing in civilian firms to train soldiers and guard bases and by "adopting a pragmatic approach...
With an election looming later this year, Musharraf is scrambling to salvage a political base while appeasing his masters in the US--who are demanding that...
American military forces in Afghanistan are expected to take part in the effort to eliminate the Taliban and al-Qaeda bases in the NWFP.
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  Encyclopedia: Georgia (U.S. state)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The United States Census of year 2000, conducted by the Census Bureau, determined the resident population of the United States on April 1, 2000, to be 281,421,906, an increase of 13.
This is a list of United States of America states by population as of 2000, according to the 2000 Census taken by the United States Census Bureau.
This is a list of United States states by elevation.
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 Fort Gillem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Gillem is a U.S. Army military base located in Forest Park, Georgia, on the southwest edge of Atlanta.
On May 13, 2005, the Base Realignment and Closure commission recommended that this base be closed.
This may be subject to change by the President of the United States and the United States Congress.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fort_Gillem   (169 words)

 List of reference tables   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is a list of reference tables, similar to the collection of reference tables found at the back of almanacs, dictionaries and encyclopedias (or an index of them, if they're scattered throughout the work).
List of state highways in the United States
List of monasteries dissolved by Henry VIII of England
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/list_of_reference_tables   (809 words)

 America's Empire of Bases
Military service today, which is voluntary, bears almost no relation to the duties of a soldier during World War II or the Korean or Vietnamese wars.
Most of these new bases will be what the military, in a switch of metaphors, calls "lily pads" to which our troops could jump like so many well-armed frogs from the homeland, our remaining NATO bases, or bases in the docile satellites of Japan and Britain.
In order to protect their respective states' bases, the two mother hens of the Senate's Military Construction Appropriations Subcommittee, Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) and Dianne Feinstein, are demanding that the Pentagon close overseas bases first and bring the troops now stationed there home to domestic bases, which could then remain open.
www.commondreams.org /views04/0115-08.htm   (2536 words)

 Use of U.S. Forces Abroad
United States naval forces suppressing piracy landed on the northwest coast of Cuba and burned a pirate station.
Four United States vessels demonstrated and landed various parties (one of 200 marines and sailors) to discourage piracy and the slave trade along the Ivory coast, and to punish attacks by the natives on American seamen and shipping.
The United States intervened to protect lives and property during a Dominican revolt and sent more troops as fears grew that the revolutionary forces were coming increasingly under Communist control.
www.history.navy.mil /wars/foabroad.htm   (8276 words)

 Russia, United States Military Bases in Central Asia
The US military build-up in the former Soviet republics of central Asia is raising fears in Moscow that Washington is exploiting the Afghan war to establish a permanent, armed foothold in the region.
The swift construction of US military bases is also likely to ring alarm bells in Beijing, although the central Asian states appear to be embracing the Americans to dilute Russian influence in what Moscow views as its strategic backyard.
An American officer at the Manas base being built in Kyrgyzstan told the Interfax news agency yesterday that up to four aircraft were landing daily, that 17 US planes had arrived since December, and that the base would hold 3,000 troops living in 10-man tents.
www.cdi.org /russia/Johnson/6015-14.cfm   (625 words)

 Military News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The House voted overwhelmingly to allow the first round of military base closures and consolidations in a decade, clearing the way for facilities across the country to start shutting their doors.
Japan and the United States are planning high-level talks in Washington later this month in hopes of reaching agreement on the realignment of U.S. bases in Japan, according to a Japanese media report Friday.
State officials announced Monday that a National Guard air base on Cape Cod will not be closed by the government as originally thought.
www.military.com /BRAC   (547 words)

 33 Major U.S. Bases On BRAC List
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld will also recommend a list of scores of other domestic bases from which thousands of troops would be withdrawn, or in some cases added from other installations in the United States or overseas.
When a U.S. military installation shuts down, its officers and their families are uprooted and relocated to facilities elsewhere, leaving holes in customer bases of local businesses.
Lawmakers, local civic officials and their hired lobbyists, as well as base commanders themselves, will spend the next four months trying to convince the commission that their facilities shouldn't be closed or consolidated.
www.military.com /NewsContent/0,13319,FL_list_051305,00.html   (872 words)

 The U.S. Global Empire by Laurence M. Vance   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although most of these locations are in the continental United States, 96 of them are in U.S. territories around the globe, and 702 of them are in foreign countries.
According the U.S. Department of State’s list of "Independent States in the World," there are 192 countries in the world, all of which, except Bhutan, Cuba, Iran, and North Korea, have diplomatic relations with the United States.
This means that the United States has troops in 70 percent of the world’s countries.
www.lewrockwell.com /vance/vance8.html   (702 words)

 CNS - United States Seeks Pakistan's Assistance
This list of demands was reportedly communicated by Secretary of State Colin Powell in a telephone call to General Musharraf on Thursday, September 13,[3] and by U.S. Ambassador Chamberlain.
The United States has three main options: The first option would be a well planned and well executed "surgical" air strike against Bin Laden's scattered bases.
Speculation is rife that this might have been done to enable the United States to prepare to deploy a small group of forces at northern military bases in Pakistan.
cns.miis.edu /research/wtc01/pak.htm   (1522 words)

 CNN.com - Lawmakers scramble to save bases - May 14, 2005
It calls for changes in all 50 states, with a net loss of 10,782 military positions and 18,223 civilian positions; 2,818 contractor posts would be added.
He also pointed out the current bases were "designed for the Cold War," and realignment is necessary to enable the U.S. military to face the war against terrorism and other new challenges.
Military officials said the changes called for are larger than those enacted in previous rounds of closures.
www.cnn.com /2005/POLITICS/05/13/base.closings   (953 words)

 United States Military Bases – Web Listings
United States Army Japan is the Army Component Command of U.S. Forces Japan (USFJ) and is a...
Eleven of the 100 islands comprising the Atoll are leased by the United States from the RMI government.
At the domestic level, the conflict was between those who argued that the continuing presence of the United States bases was an infringement on Philippine...
www.business.com /directory/aerospace_and_defense/military/bases/weblistings.asp   (546 words)

 List of United States military bases - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of United States military bases.
See also *List of U.S. Air Force bases.
Categories: Military facilities of the United States
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_United_States_military_bases   (80 words)

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The Pentagon released its list of United States military bases it wants to close or change.
If the closure is finalized this fall, the base would then have two to six years to close.
That would be a much longer drive for the 65% of unit members who live within 50 miles of Battle Creek.
www.wzzm13.com /printfullstory.aspx?storyid=39800   (538 words)

 Space Today Online - The Satellite Wars - Iraq, Afghanistan and Yugoslavia
The military action was in a region of Asia slightly smaller than the state of Texas.
The military action was in terrain that is mostly rugged mountains with plains in the north and southwest.
The military action was in a region of Europe known as The Balkans.
www.spacetoday.org /Satellites/YugoWarSats.html   (5038 words)

 TomDispatch - Tomgram: It’s a Pentagon World and Welcome to It
To the present occupants of the Pentagon, bases are the equivalent of imperial America's lifeblood and yet basing policy abroad has, in recent years, been of next to no interest to the mainstream media.
As the Overseas Basing Commission indicated in their recent report, such global basing plans are nothing if not wildly ambitious and sure to be wildly expensive (especially for a military bogged down in fighting a fierce but not exactly superpower-sized enemy in one part of a single Middle Eastern country).
Bases were dropped into Saudi Arabia and the small Gulf emirates after our first Gulf War in 1991; into the former Yugoslavia after the Kosovo air war of 1999; into Pakistan, Afghanistan, and those former Central Asian SSRs after the Afghan war of 2001; and into Iraq after the invasion of 2003.
www.tomdispatch.com /index.mhtml?pid=3025   (3297 words)

 TheBostonChannel.com - Local News - Mass. Base Closings, Changes Announced
BOSTON -- Otis Air National Guard base on Cape Cod is on a list of United States military bases that the Department of Defense is recommending be closed, but both Westover Air Force Base and Hanscom Air Force Bases would gain personnel under the proposed plan.
According to a list of base recommendations, the Pentagon is proposing that Malony U.S. Army Reserve Center, Otis Air Guard Base and Westover U.S. Army Reserve Center in Chicopee, Mass., be closed.
Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kerry said Massachusetts was "spared the worst pain," of the recommended closures, but he did criticize the inclusion of Otis on the list of bases to be closed.
www.thebostonchannel.com /news/4485407/detail.html   (1036 words)

 ipedia.com: List of United States-related topics Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 US Underground Bases
This is a list of known or suspected U.S. Underground Bases, the purpose of each (hey, I'm just passing on the reports...), how they're set up and any other info known about them.
Although most of these are supposed to be a secret, this list is culled from publicly available records (is that good or bad?) and of course people who worked in them, live by them or those who have retired and offer info.
There is constant military air traffic all over the area, and chemtrails are a regular occurrence (until I was about 18, I thought it was normal for contrails to stay for at least 6 hours!).
www.anomalies-unlimited.com /Bases.html   (4198 words)

 States scramble to defend military bases from closing
But congressmen work hard to try to protect bases by enhancing their military value —— and that is where Missouri and Kansas benefit from having high-ranking members of Congress on key committees.
States haven't just left it to their congressional delegations to ensure that their bases are kept open or expanded.
But now “I don't see any military bases where anybody is hanging out reading old magazines because they don't have anything to do,” he said.
www.globalsecurity.org /org/news/2005/050410-states-brac.htm   (1032 words)

 Base Realignment and Closure 2005 - U.S. Department of Defense
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9, 2005 – The Base Realignment and Closure Commission's recommendations for reshaping the Defense Department's infrastructure and force structure officially took effect at 12:01 a.m.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 9, 2005 – The Base Realignment and Closure Commission delivered its final report, outlining its recommendations for reshaping the Pentagon's infrastructure and force structure plan, to President Bush late Sept. 8.
The BRAC Commission recommendations for reshaping the Defense Department's infrastructure and force structure became official on November 9, 2005 and are available at www.brac.gov/finalreport.asp The Defense Department now has until September 15, 2011 to complete implementation of these recommendations.
www.defenselink.mil /brac   (749 words)

 Military Bases in Virginia
Some military facilities in Virginia are visible to everyone - the Pentagon, the Norfolk Naval Base, Fort A.P Hill, etc. Some are less obvious, however.
For example, the United States is helping to design and construct a facility in Russia to store materials recovered from dismantled nuclear weapons, under the Defense Department’s Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.
United States Military Installations in 2002 - Virginia
www.virginiaplaces.org /military/milbase.html   (172 words)

 The Bases of Empire by Laurence M. Vance   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A global empire like the United States needs overseas bases to accommodate its troops, now in 135 countries.
The United States has had a troop presence in the former Soviet Republics of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan since October of 2001, yet they are not listed either.
According to the Department of Defense publication, "Active Duty Military Personnel Strengths by Regional Area and by Country," the United States has 2,997 active duty military personnel in Qatar.
www.lewrockwell.com /vance/vance9.html   (368 words)

 Iraq Facilities
US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in a 21 April 2003 press conference said that any suggestion that the United States is planning a permanent military presence in Iraq is "inaccurate and unfortunate." Rumsfeld said "I have never, that I can recall, heard the subject of a permanent base in Iraq discussed in any meeting.
Eventually, US units would be concentrated at these four fortified strategic hubs, from which they could provide logistical support and emergency combat assistance.
By late March 2004 it was apparent that the US military was systematically renaming many of the existing Camps and Forward Operating Bases as new units deployed to replace units that had served their time in Iraq.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/facility/iraq-intro.htm   (2024 words)

 Quarter To Three Forums :: View topic - The New Welfare, Republican-Style   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Perhaps because people in the "blue" states tend to be more liberal in their personal spending philosophies, so they are willing to pay more to federal coffers come tax time, thus tilting their states into the green.
Speaking seriously, I can't remember the last time I heard of a major military base that wasn't either out in the desert, in the middle of nowhere, or in a Southern state.
The Navy is an obvious exception to the general rule, since the coastlines are split roughly 50/50 between states, and navies do their exercises on the open water.
www.quartertothree.com /phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=14849   (948 words)

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