List of Closed United States Army Installations in Iraq

List Of Closed United States Army Installations In Iraq

The US Armed Forces had several temporary military bases in Iraq between 2003 and 2011, most a type of forward operating base (FOB).

Depending on their size or utility, the facilities are called : Camp, Forward Operating Base (FOB), Combat Outpost (COP), Patrol Base (PB), Outpost, Logistic Base (Log Base), Fire Base (FB), Convoy Support Center (CSC), Life Support Area (LSA), Joint Security Station (JSS),...

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