How many US military bases are there worldwide?
As of June 2015, these are some 210 U.S. Army - Navy - Air Force - Marine bases worldwide, although this count might be high by 85 as many Army and Air Farce bases bases are being combined and/or closed down in order to reduce the American military forces in Europe and cut costs in the United States..
There are 761 US Military Bases across the planet. 156 Countries with US bases. 46 Countries with no US presence. 63 countries with US Military Bases and Troops. 7 Countries with 13 New Military Bases since 09/11/2001. In 2001 the US had 255,065 Troops Posted Abroad.
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Answer . Army 507,158\nNavy 347,693\nAir Force 347,352\nMarines 179,762\nTotal DOD 1,381,965\n. \nCoast Guard 41,002\nTotal Armed Forces 1,422,967\n. \nReserves 1,000,000\nParamilitary 53,000\nTotal for US Military 2,475,967
Today there are a Total of 2,475,967 soldiers in the Military. There is 507,158 soldiers in the army, 347,693 soldiers in the navy, 347,352 soldiers in the air force, 179,762 marines, and a total of 1,381,965 DODs
During the 1950s, the United States military constructed basesthroughout the continental U.S.A., as well as around the world, aspart of its increasing engagement in the 'Cold War' with the SovietUnion. Primarily for early-warning defense, other communication,but also offensive purposes, these bases …were just one element inan increasingly sophisticated effort by the American military tomaintain an advantage against its super-power opponent. (MORE)
Answer . According to http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos249.htm the number of active service officers in the US armed forces in January 2005 was 210 882.
1,430,895 were on active duty in the United States military as of September 2010. Active personnel . 1,477,896. Reserve personnel . 1,458,500 .
The 5 largest military bases based on population are: 1) Fort Bragg (population: 238,646, area: 163,000 acres) 2) Fort Campbell (population: 234,914, area: 105,000 acres) 3) Fort Hood Military Base (population: 217,003, area: 214,968 acres) 4) Joint Base Lewis - McChord (JBLM) (populatio…n: 209,486, area: 414,000 acres) 5) Fort Benning (population: 107,627, area: 182,000 acres) For more information, visit the Related Link. (MORE)
There are 104 Army bands, 15 Marine bands, 13 Navy bands, 23 Air Force bands, 2 Coast Guard bands, and 1 Merchant Marine band. There are also military-style bands of civilians, such as the Grand Virginia Military Band.
No, there is no more US Military Bases in Panama. All Bases were closed in 1999. The entire Panama Canal control was also given to Panama. Right now all former military bases are being used for local commercial, industrial and residencial development.
There are approximately 900 million computers throughout the world.On average there is about two people sharing one computer whichequals 1 billion computer users.
The US first tried to establish a draft for use in the War of 1812, but the Congress denied James Madison's request. Prior to the US Civil War, the various colonies and later States provided the Militias and the Federal government forces in a manner that they deemed appropriate, usually by providing… a bounty for their enlistment.. Lincoln received the authority for a federal draft, but the number actually drafted into service was quite small, totalling only about two percent of the force. WWI brought on the first large scale conscription effort. The third draft was for WWII and it expired as the Law of the Land in 1947 after a total of 10 million men had been inducted. Draft number four was put into place in 1948 and covered the Cold War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and ended in December of 1972.. The framework for a future draft is in place, but for now, the US operates with an all volunteer force. (MORE)
It varies depending on the mission. The actual answer would not be easy to find, as this is sensitive information.
During the cold war, the US averaged about 2 million men. During the Vietnam War, the US averaged 3 million men; after the Vietnam War in 1975, the US Military abolished the WAC's (Women's Army Corps) and WAVE's (Women Allowed to join the Navy for Emergency Service) and went to the all volunteer mil…itary. Today's all volunteer military numbers less than 2 million service members. (MORE)
Most of which go back to past wars and treaties signed after the wars are ended, if you look at where we have bases overseas you can look back at past wars the US has been involved in and find the treaties or tariffs and see that within them it allows a US military to maintain or continue a presence… within that country . (MORE)
Number of US Military Bases . There are 440 military bases in the continental United States according to a list of bases posted on the nps.gov website. Bases in Alaska (3 Army and 3 Navy) and Hawaii (5 Army, 4 Navy & Marine Corps, and one Air Force) make the total 456 for the entire United States.… (MORE)
If that particular U.S. base is considered to be U.S. soil then yes. It depends on the terms of agreement between the U.S. military and the host country, though a child born to at least one U.S. citizen parent is automatically a citizen regardless of where they are born. Regardless of whether tha…t US installation is considered US soil or not, it depends on the current laws as pertains to citizenship and naturalization. There have been periods in US history and specific to certain military installations where parents of a child born overseas were required to submit paperwork to establish that child's status as a US citizen. As of this current time (2014), US military bases located outside US sovereign territory are NOT considered US soil. That is, if the military base is not located in one of the US states, territories, or protectorates, the base is NOT US soil, and, as such, babies born on them are NOT afforded automatic citizenship via the 14th Amendment. They can qualify for automatic citizenship via other means, primarily if either parent is a US citizen. Ships of the US Navy while at sea, and aircraft of the US Air Force while airborne, ARE considered US sovereign soil, and DO qualify the child for 14th Amendment automatic citizenship. (MORE)
U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay was a major ship-repair, supply, and rest and recreation facility of the United States Navy located in Zambales , Philippines . It was the largest U.S. Navy installation in the Pacific and was the largest overseas military installation of the United States Armed For…ces after Clark Air Base in Angeles City was closed in 1991. (MORE)
IM stationed in bamberg Germany and off the top of my head there are 23 us bases
According to the 2008 USAF Almanac, the total number of aircraft in the USAF was 5,778 in 2007.
Including active duty, and reserves, around 2 million or so, percentage wise its less than 1%.
There are many located all across the Nation, just about every State in the US has at least one Military base.
This is a difficult answer as marine surveying is an unlicensed activity and many are not registered with countries or states. There are professional memberships such as SAMS or NAMS that have listed members on their website. The last seminar I attended last year, a speaker there said he estimated t…here are approximately 2,800 professional marine surveyors worldwide. I have no factual proof I can present for this estimate however. (MORE)
Too many to list and describe. The easiest military radio to remember are the most common ones seen during war movies: The Vietnam era PRC-25, man portable radio. The one that the SGT or LT or CPT is always talking on with the infantry, and a radio man (RTO=Radio Telephone Operator) has it attached …to his back. After the war, in the 1970s the army went to the PRC-77, you can't tell the difference between a PRC25 or PRC77 if you saw it in a war movie. (MORE)
Fort Bliss in Texas and New Mexico is the largest contiguous base at 1,120,000 acres. The largest testing facility is associated with Nellis AFB, the Nevada Test and Training Range is approximately 2,999,680 acres.
somebody with a service member could go on post if acompanied by the service member. On the other hand a service member and a non us citizen is something that if you ask any service member they probably never heard of a single case. There are also interchange studies were officers and enlisted perso…nell from other countries study in military bases in the united states. So yes, there are cases of non citizens on post. (MORE)
After government consolidation of military assets/facilities, thenumber of military installations (USAF, USA, USN, USMC) was reducedto approximately 40. This number does not include the militaryinstallations located in the middle east regions (CENTCOM) orclandestine operating locations.
Subic Bay Naval Base and Clark Air Force Base were in the Philippines, but closed shortly after Mount Pinatubo volcano eruption severely damaged both bases.
According to their 2010 annual report, Costco had 58 million members worldwide, excluding Mexico. Since 77% of their warehouses AND annual revenue came from US/Puerto Rico, one can extrapolate that US/PR members total 44.6 million members.
In 2009 Apple estimated that the number of users running Mac OS X was around 75 million. Given the longevity of Apple hardware it can be assumed that there are a sizeable number of users still running classic versions of Mac OS so there could be up to 100 million or more Macs in use worldwide.
The United States has five large military bases which is also thefive largest in the world. Here is the list from the top: FortBragg, Fort Campbell, Fort Hood Military Base, Joint Base Lewis -McChord, and Fort Benning.
1) Ft. Hood, Texas 2) Naval Station Norfolk, Virgina 3) Ft. Bragg, North Carolina Hope this list helps each of these bases are huge, I've been to all three, however one that doesn't make this list would be NAS Jacksonville, Florida which is by far my favorite base to visit due to the fact tha…t I am in the Navy. (MORE)
Because the president said that the military would supply war materials to other countries in exchange for military bases in England
The Oldest Active Military base in the United States in West Point in New York. However now it is called the United States Military Academy at West Point where they train cadets to become Officers in the American Branches, however it focuses on the Army. The United States Military Academy (USMA) at… West Point A Brief History of West Point West Point's role in our nation's history dates back to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. General George Washington considered West Point to be the most important strategic position in America. Washington personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications for West Point in l778, and Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point in l779. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and redoubts and extended a l50-ton iron chain across the Hudson to control river traffic. Fortress West Point was never captured by the British, despite Benedict Arnold's treason. West Point is the oldest continuously occupied military post in America. (From the West Point Web Site) (MORE)
Hi there, My research shows that the US Military is ranked #1 for its Navy Ship quantity, it is also ranked #1 for the overall strength. Currently the US Military own 1,599 Navy Ships. Hope this helped!
Almost all bases have a training section of some kind. Lackland Airforce base is the training center for all USAF enlisted and the USAir Force Academy in Colorado is the training ground for all USAFOfficers. But that is just AF basic training bases. After basictraining there is Tech School and there… are many bases that hostthe various career field tech schools. The Army, Marines, and Navyalso have Basic training and tech school bases. One Marine trainingbase is Camp Lejune in North Carolina. One Army training base isFort Jackson in South Carolina. There is also an officer trainingbase at Annapolis Maryland for Navy officers. And then there aremany specialty training bases such as the Survival School trainingbase in East Washington State. (MORE)
with rising populations one could easily guesstimate millions of soliders. however there could be as many as 1-4million in the military alone
No, to my knowledge, their are no foreign military bases within the US, but we DO have bases in Germany as well as many other countries. However, these other countries are not annexed to the US. While there are no German military installations in the US, German Luftwaffe and Wehrmarkt do attend tra…ining in the US at times. Ft. Sill, the US Army Artillery Training School, trains troops and officers from many countries. (MORE)
The US Military has 5 branches during peace time, Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard. When the United States declares war, the Coast Guard falls under Homeland Security. So currently there are 4, because of the War on Terror.
As of now, there are 38 US Military facilities in Okinawa. This includes bases, training grounds, camps, storage areas, and any other items not immediately connected to one another.
App. 150 countries of the world, 37 of them European, have U.S. troops located in/reserved for them.
In the US, there are 3 branches of the Military- Army, Navy, Air Force. The US Marine Corps is a Department of the Navy. The US Coast Guard is part of the Department of Transportation, but in time of war may become part of the US Navy. -------------- There are actually five branches of the Arme…d Forces, out of seven Uniformed Services. The Marine Corps, while administered under the Department of the Navy, is still a separate branch of service. The Coast Guard is administered under the Department of Homeland Security during peacetime, but is also a separate military branch. (MORE)
Current military deployment levels are lower, totaling nearly 188,465 U.S. service members globally as of Aug. 31, 2010, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
there is an air force base but it is not currently being used for combat, it is merely a presence.
Many Florida cities were used used as military bases during the Spanish American war because nearly located Cuba was one of the main theaters of this war.
As of 2010 there are 525,494 officer and 1,391,748 enlisted retirees for a total of 1,917,242. See the link below for source information.
"There are USMC (United States Military Corps) bases located in a variety of countries, but in the United States there are a total of 15 bases in 8 of the US states."
People may have to pool their experiences to determine an exact figure. I know of two Airforce Bases: George AFB, California and Reese AFB, Tx. There is a closed Army depot at Hawthorne, NV.
It is impossible to know for sure, but there are many members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) serving in the military, but it would be impossible to know exactly how many. They are not required to disclose their religion to the military, and they are not req…uired to disclose their military service to the church. In addition, the number is constantly changing as people are joining or leaving the military or joining or leaving the church. (MORE)
Since you are asking this in the section dealing with U.S. areas administered by the National Parks Service, I'll presume you're asking about "National Military Parks." There are eight, all near battlefields: Gettysburg, Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania, Chickamauga & Chattanooga, Guilford Courthouse,… Horseshoe Bend, Kings Mountain, Pea Ridge, Vicksburg, and Shiloh. There are also eight national battlefields, four national battlefield parks, and one national battlefield site. (MORE)
There are over 1500 military bases in the US. This seems a very large number but some of them are quite small and only house maybe a dozen military personnel at any one time.
No. There are however, several maintenance shops along the MexicanPacific Coast (such as in Mazatlan and Los Cabos), which are usedby the U.S. Coast Guard for repairs and maintenance works.