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List of military installations in Utah

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Current installations

  • Camp Williams - National Guard training site operated by the Utah National Guard.
  • Deseret Chemical Depot - A U.S. Army chemical weapons storage facility.
  • Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility - Weapon disposal facility at Deseret Chemical Depot.
  • Dugway Proving Ground - Allied biological and chemical weapon defense systems testing.
  • Hill Air Force Base - A major U.S. Air Force Base.
  • Ogden Air Logistics Complex - Provides support and maintenance for weapon systems at Hill Air Force Base.
  • Tooele Army Depot - A U.S. Army war reserve and training ammunition storage facility.
  • Utah Test and Training Range - Military testing and training area.
  • Kearns Army Air base - A U.S. Army refueling and training airport for helicopters.
  • Former installations

  • Black Mesa Test Range - Former rocket testing facility.
  • Camp Floyd
  • Clearfield Naval Supply Depot
  • Fort Cameron
  • Fort Douglas - a small portion of the fort is still used as the Fort Stephen A. Douglas Armed Forces Reserve Center.
  • Fort Duchesne
  • Green River Launch Complex
  • Gilson Butte - Former rocket testing facility.
  • Granite Peak Installation - Former biological weapons testing facility.
  • Hurricane Supersonic Research Site
  • Ogden Arsenal - Reserve depot built 1920, combined with Hill Air Force base in 1955.
  • Ogden Defense Depot
  • Wendover Air Force Base
  • References

    List of military installations in Utah Wikipedia

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