The UK’s map of military installations is filled with landmarks, but it’s also filled with secrets.
Here are the key locations and things to know to find out where your military’s base is.
Read more 1 of 11 Military bases around the world The US Marine Corps bases in the Gulf of Mexico.
The US Army’s bases in Georgia, Alabama, and Texas.
The British Army’s in Wales.
The German Army’s at Höpfner Bay in Germany.
The Canadian Army’s base at Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada.
The Norwegian Army’s near the border with Denmark.
The Danish Air Force’s in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Australian Defence Force’s base in Adelaide, Australia.
The Russian Air Force is based at Murmansk, in Russia.
And the Japanese Air Self Defence Force is in Tokyo, Japan.
2 of 11 US Marine Barracks in the gulf of Mexico, the United States Marine Corps base in Corpus Christi, Texas, near Corpus Christy, Texas.
This is a Marine Corps installation on the southern coast of Texas.
It is home to a Marine airfield and a Marine base for the Pacific fleet.
US Army bases in Germany, Georgia, and Alabama, which are home to the US Air Force.
US Navy bases in Hawaii, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands, which have been under US naval protection since the Cold War.
3 of 11 Marine airfields in the Pacific Ocean, the Marine Corps Air Station at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the home of the US Navy’s carrier strike group.
Marine Corps air bases are scattered throughout the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, and Germany.
4 of 11 The US Navy base at Pearl Harbour, Hawaii.
US Marines on leave at the Marine base at Coronado, California.
US Marine air bases in Alaska and Hawaii.
The American Indian reservation, located on the California coast, includes an airfield.
The Naval Air Station Kodiak, Alaska.
The Japanese air base in Yokosuka, Japan, is home of Japan’s nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines.
5 of 11 Airfields, bases, and military installations in Australia, Britain, Canada and Germany, the headquarters of the United Nations, including airfields at Canberra and Darwin, and bases in Norway and the Netherlands.
US Air Forces bases in Guam, Hawaii and the Marshall Islands.
US Naval Air Forces base at Diego Garcia, Cuba.
6 of 11 A base in Australia called Camp Lejeune, which houses the United Air Force, the US Coast Guard and other allied forces.
The United States Air Force base at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan – home to US Marine fighter jets.
7 of 11 Australia’s largest military installation, the Australian Army Corps headquarters in Canberra, the capital of Australia.
US military bases at Camp LeJeune, Hawaii; and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.
The French Air Force at Paris-Dakar, France.
US and UK military bases in Japan, including Atago Air Base in Okinawa, the Japanese island of Okinawa.
8 of 11 Camp Le Jeune is the US Army Corps’ largest military base in the United State, home to more than 2,000 soldiers and marines.
US bases in Britain, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Italy, France and Spain.
9 of 11 Atago is the headquarters for the European Command (ECOM), the US military alliance.
Camp Le Jour is a British base in Northern Ireland.
The headquarters for NATO is in London.
US air bases around Europe, including RAF Mildenhall in England, RAF Coningsby in Scotland, RAF Lossiemouth in the North of Scotland, and RAF Northolt in Scotland.
10 of 11 British Army bases at the Camp David Peace Memorial, Maryland, which were the home for the US Naval Academy during the Cold Wars.
US forces also maintain bases at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and at Guantanamo in Cuba.
11 of 11 United States Naval Air Force bases in Yokohama, Japan and at Naval Air Warfare Station Patuxent River in Maryland.
The Pentagon has said that all US bases on the continental US are “secure” and that “no Americans are permitted to leave or be deployed to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).”
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