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United States Facilities

What Special Forces facilities did the United States use in World War 2?

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June 19th, 2022
Last Updated
November 22nd, 2022
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  • Advanced Tactical Training, Fort Dix, New Jersey, United States
  • Alamo Scouts Training Center (ASTC), Kalo Kalo, Fergusson Island, Papua New Guinea
  • Amphibious training, Royal Navy, Argyle, Scotland
  • Amphibious Training Center, Camp Clarence R. Edwards, Massachusetts, United States
  • Amphibious Training Center, Camp Gordon Johnston, Carrabelle, Florida, United States
  • Area F, Congressional Country Club, Bethesda, Washington DC, Maryland, United States
  • Area H, Hagerstown, Maryland, United States
  • Army Ranger Combat Training School at Fort William R. Shafter, Territory of Hawaii, United States
  • Army Ranger School, Camp Nathan Bedford Forrest, Tullahoma, Tennessee, United States
  • Assault Training Center, Braunton Burrows, Devon, Great Britain
  • Camp X, Ontario, Canada
  • Camp X or Camp Tabragalba, Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia
  • Coastal Raiding Training, Dundee, Scotland
  • Commando Training Depot, Achnacarry Castle, Spean Bridge, Inverness-shire in Scotland
  • Ramgarh Training Center, Bihar, India
  • Scouts and Raiders School, Fort Pierce, Florida, United States
  • Winter Warfare Training, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, United States