Victory Base Complex or VBC, as it is most commonly called, was a cluster of U.S. military installations surrounding the Baghdad International Airport (BIAP). The primary component of the VBC was Camp Victory, and was the location of the Al-Faw Palace, which served as the headquarters for the Multi-National Corps - Iraq, and later as the headquarters for the United States Forces - Iraq.
The following is an alphabetical list of coalition installations that were within the Victory Base Complex:
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