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Old 03-16-2018, 06:07 AM
Location: Central Massachusetts
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Originally Posted by Brave New World View Post
Here's a list of a few overseas US bases.

Best Overseas Military Base Towns, Ranked - Thrillist
Originally Posted by Poncho_NM View Post
Thanks... Been to seven of their ten. But I was Army, and now retired.
Same here. Love the descriptions and the reasons.

On number 6 Yongsan Seoul South Korea. That was my first duty station out of AIT in 1976. I was soooooo lucky. That year 1976 two officers were axed to death by North Korean soldiers I believe in late July or early August. I was given my travel orders not long after that. But my assignment ended up being in Yongsan where I had the time of my life and met my wife.
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