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Fort Gordon (Ga.)
Military Bases

This post was established near Augusta, Ga. in 1941 as Fort Gordon, which it remained until 1974 when it was changed to Fort Gordon. Today it is home to the Signal Corpos, and is the largest communications-electronics facility in the free world.

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