Camp Forrest, located in Tullahoma, Tennessee, was one of the U.S. Army's largest training bases during World War II. It was an active Army post between 1941 and 1946.
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... Forrest suffered 180 casualties in its attempt to destroy a Federal post protecting the railroad at Guest Hollow ... In 1926 the state established Camp Peay, a training facility for the National Guard, near Tullahoma ... State Guard, which received federal training at Camp Peay ...
... Camp Forrest, located in Tullahoma, Tennessee, was constructed as one of the Army’s largest training bases during the World War II period between 1941 and 1946 ... The camp, named after American Civil War cavalryman General Nathan Bedford Forrest, was originally named Camp Peay ... Camp Peay was named after 1920’s Tennessee Governor Austin Peay and built east of Tullahoma, Tenn ...
... The camp, named after Civil War Cavalry Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, was originally named Camp Peay ... Camp Peay was named after the Tennessee Governor Austin Peay and built in Tullahoma as a National Guard Camp in 1926 ... Camp Peay covered 1,040 acres (4.2 km²) ...
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“Stupid is as stupid does.”
—Eric Roth, U.S. screenwriter. Directed by Robert Zemekis. Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks)
“When the weather is bad as it was yesterday, everybody, almost everybody, feels cross and gloomy. Our thin linen tentsabout like a fish seine, the deep mud, the irregular mails, the never to-be-seen paymasters, and the rest of mankind, are growled about in old-soldier style. But a fine day like today has turned out brightens and cheers us all. We people in camp are merely big children, wayward and changeable.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)