Does the U.S. Army Have Bases in Nigeria?

Does the U.S. Army Have Bases in Nigeria?

The U.S. Army does not have any bases in Nigeria as of January 2015. No branch of the military maintains a base or any other type of presence in Nigeria.

The U.S. Army offers active-duty postings in 74 countries besides the United States. African countries where the Army stations active-duty soldiers include Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia and Uganda.

Most overseas assignments in the Army last a standard tour length of two years. If the assignment is on a base and the soldier's family relocates, this length extends to three years.