US Bases worldwide

US bases worldwide

Countries hosting American Bases

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US military spending exceeds the total of the next ten largest countries combined. Although the US government acknowledges 682 military bases in 63 countries, that number may be over 1,000 (if all military installations are included), in 156 countries. Total military personnel is estimated at over 1.4 million.


Overseas bases owned or used by the US military

AFGHANISTAN: Bagram AB, Kandahar Airfield, Mazar-e-Sharif, Gardez, Kabul, Herat, Shindand, Sharab, Jalalabad

ANTARCTICA: McMurdo Station

ARGENTINA: Trelew, Golfo Nuevo, Chaco

ARUBA: Aruba

ASCENSION ISLAND: Ascension Island

AUSTRALIA: Exmouth, Northwest Cape, Pine Gap, Tindal AB

BAHAMAS: Andros Island

BAHRAIN: Manama, Al Jufayr, Isa Air Base

BELGIUM: Brussels, Chievres, Florennes, Kleine-Brogel, Mons

BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY: Diego Garcia

CANADA: Argentia Newfoundland

CUBA: Guantanamo Bay

DJIBOUTI: Camp Lemonnier

GERMANY: Amberg, Ansbach, Bamberg, Bann, Baumholder, Boeblingen, Buechel, Darmstadt, Dexheim, Einsiedlerhof, Garmisch, Geilenkirchen, Germersheim, Giessen, Grafenwohr, Heidelberg, Hof, Hohenfels, Illesheim, Kaiserlautern, Kornwestheim, Lampertheim, Landshut, Langen, Leimen, Mainz, Mannheim, Miesau, Pfeffelbach, Pirmasens, Ramstein, Rheindahlem, Schweinfurt, Schwetzingen, Seckenheim, Sembach, Spangdahlem, Stuttgart, Trier

GREECE: Larissa, Soudha Bay

GREENLAND: Thule AB

GUAM: Anderson AFB, Apra Harbor NS, Andy South

HONDURAS: Soto Cano/Palmerola

ICELAND: Grindavik

IRAQ: Green Zone, Camp Taji

ISRAEL: Dimona Radar Facility

ITALY: Catania, Aviano, Tirrenia, Vicenza, Naples, Coltano, Pordenone, Gaeta, Brescia, Livorno, Maniago, Sigonella Sicily, Pisa, Roveredo, San Vito Normanni, Cordenone, Niscemi Sicily

JAPAN: Tokyo, Sasebo, Akizuki, Okinawa, Yokosuka, Tengan, Zukeran, Camp Fuji, Sagamihara, Chitose, Sasebo, Misawa, Gotemba, Hachinohe, Kure, Ikego, Fukuoka, Iwo Jima, Gushikawa, Kami Seya, Higashi-Hiroshima, Kisarazu, Yokohama, Iwakuni, Koza, Waco City, Atsugi, Yokosuka, Owada, Sagamihara, Zama, Tana, Tokorosana, Totsuka, Fussa

JOHNSTON ATOLL: Uninhabited US island (now unused?)

KENYA: Mombasa

SOUTH KOREA: Chechon, Chinhae, Inchon, Kimhae, Kunsan, Kwangju, Masan, Munsan, Osan, Paju, Pochon, Pohang, Pusan, Pyeongtaek, Seoul, Songnam, Suwon, Taegu, Taejon, Taepeak, Tong Du Chon, Uijong Bu, Waegwan, Wonju, Yechon, Yongchon, Yongju, Yongpyong, Yongsan

KOSOVO: Camp Bondsteel

KUWAIT: Ali Al Salem, Buehring, Ahmed Al Jaber, Al Mubarak AB, Camp Patriot, Camp Arifjan, Camp Virginia, Shuaiba Naval Base, Udairi Training Range

MARSHALL ISLANDS: Kwajalein Atoll

NETHERLANDS: Brunssum, Schinnen

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS: Tinian, Saipan, Farallon de Medinilla

NORWAY: Norway

OMAN: Sur Masirah, Salalah, Seeb, Thumrait, Al Mussanah AB

PORTUGAL: Lajesfield

PUERTO RICO: Fort Buchanan, Caguas, Camp Santiago

QATAR: Al Udeid, As Sayliyah

ROMANIA: Mihail Kogalniceanu AB, Deveselu, Babadag Training Base

SINGAPORE: Paya Lebar AB

SPAIN: Morón AB, Naval Station Rota

TURKEY: Ankara, Batman, Izmir, Incirlik AB, Yumurzalik

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Al Dhafra, Fujairah, Jebel Ali

UNITED KINGDOM: Alconbury, Barford St John, Blenheim Crescent, Croughton, Fairford, Feltwell, Fylingdales, Lakenheath, Menwith Hill, Mildenhall, Molesworth, Welford

 

VIRGIN ISLANDS: St. Croix

Please note this list is still under construction and may contain some inaccuracies.

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