If there's one thing the United States doesn't go halfway on, it's creating a strong military presence throughout its own territory and in many parts of the world outside its borders. America maintains about 800 military bases, dwarfing the number kept by other Western nations. The amount of money, troops and other resources that the U.S. puts into its military bases was, in large part, responsible for what was known as the "Pax Americana," the long period of peace enjoyed in the country after WWII (until the September 11 attacks).
Not surprisingly, a large number of the U.S.'s military bases belong to the Army, America's largest service branch, and the one responsible for land warfare. The Army has four bases where its new recruits will do their basic training, many others where regular Army troops serve, and some bases that are strictly for Army Reserve training. Among the most famous of the Army's bases is the United States Military Academy in upstate New York. America's "war college" is still considered an Army base, and has been since the Revolutionary War, when traitor Benedict Arnold tried to hand it over to the British.
In this quiz, we're only going to test you on domestic Army bases. Some are famous, and might be easy for you; for others, it will probably take some thought before you identify the nearest town or city. Either way, good luck, soldier!