|Santa Cruz AF Base CIAMPA Rio Arena Maria Lenk Aquatic Center Copacabana (Posto 6) Copacabana (Posto 2) CCFEx Naval School Flamengo Park Maracanãzinho Rio de Janeiro Military School CIAGA São Januário CEFAN Air Force University 26th Inf Pqdt Military Polo Center João Havelange Stadium Instruction Center National Equestrian Center Modern Pentathlon National Center National Shooting Center|
Twenty-seven competition venues were used during the 5th Military World Games, the majority located within Rio de Janeiro.
- 26th Parachutist Infantry Battalion – Fencing and Military pentathlon
- Rio Arena – Basketball
- Santa Cruz Air Force Base – Military pentathlon (Flying)
- National Shooting Center – Shooting, Aeronautical pentathlon and Military pentathlon
- CEFAN – Naval pentathlon and Taekwondo
- Gericinó Instruction Center – Military pentathlon
- National Equestrian Center – Equestrian
- Modern Pentathlon National Center – Modern pentathlon, Military pentathlon
- CCEFx – Football
- CIAGA – Football
- CIAMPA – Boxing
- Rio de Janeiro Military School – Volleyball
- Navy Academy – Sailing
- São Januário Stadium – Football
- João Havelange Olympic Stadium – Athletics and Football
- Maracanãzinho Arena – Volleyball
- Flamengo Park – Marathon
- Maria Lenk Aquatic Center – Swimming
- Copacabana Beach (Posto 2) – Beach volleyball
- Copacabana Beach (Posto 6) – Triathlon
- Air Force University – Aeronautical pentathlon, Football and Judo
The venues located outside the city of Rio de Janeiro were the Resende Airport and the Academia Militar das Agulhas Negras located in Resende, the Avelar Instruction Center located in Paty do Alferes, the Mario Xavier National Forest located in Seropédica, and the Giulite Coutinho Stadium belonging to America Football Club located in Mesquita.
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