[…]Camp Buehring is situated in the middle of the Kuwaiti desert. The Udairi Range Complex rings the camp, and it is a sparsely-populated region: Only a scant number of Bedouins and their livestock use the area.
The depot covers more than 65 square km and hosts over 2,000 employees on site.
Specializing in ground-based strategy, the Army also holds the largest amount of active service members than any other branch.
There are three total sectors to the Army—active, Army Reserves, and the Army National Guard.
[…]Camp Carroll is a small camp located in Waegwan in the south east part of South Korea.
The camp is named after Sergeant First Class Charles F.