Some Army bases in the United States include Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, Kentucky; Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, Indiana; and Camp Beauregard in Pineville, Louisiana. Other U.S. Army bases include Camp Bowie in Brownwood, Texas; Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa; and Camp Joseph Robinson in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Blue Grass Army Depot is in east central Kentucky, and the base serves as a storage facility for the Army, holding traditional ammunition and chemical weapons. Camp Atterbury serves as a training facility for the Indiana National Guard. Built right before World War II, the construction of this base immediately followed the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Camp Beauregard dates back to World War I, during which it was a training and mobilization area. Today, the Army base serves as a training site for the Louisiana National Guard. Camp Bowie is one of four training sites for the Texas Army National Guard. The base employs more than 30 full-time employees and serves the training needs of more than 25,000 troops.
Camp Dodge is near the Iowa capital, and it is the home of the Iowa National Guard. Camp Joseph Robinson is the home of the Arkansas National Guard and serves as a training facility for the Army National Guard. It also serves as a storage area.