Castle Mountain Internment Camp

The Castle Mountain Internment Camp, located in Banff National Park, Alberta, was the largest internment facility in the Canadian Rockies, housing several hundred prisoners at any one time. Established on July 13, 1915, a total of 660 enemy aliens were interned at the facility during its entire operation.

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34th Bomb Squadron - History
... Reactivated in 1992 at Castle AFB, California as part of the 366th Operations Group, a composite organization which operated B-52Gs ... The 366th was headquartered at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho but operated its B-52 squadron at Castle which had the facilities to support the Stratofortress ... In early 1994 the B-52Gs were retired with the closing of Castle and the squadron was reassigned to Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota where it transitioned to the B-1B Lancer ...

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