Category:Fort Dix

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Fort Dix became in June 1917 as Camp Dix, a training and staging ground for units during World War I. Camp Dix became Fort Dix on March 8, 1939. On October 1, 2009, Fort Dix combined with McGuire Air Force Base, and Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst to become Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

Fort Dix 
US Army base in New Jersey
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Instance ofcensus-designated place
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Location New Hanover Township, Burlington County, New Jersey
Inception
  • 1917
Population
  • 7,716 (2010)
Area
  • 26.782943 km²
Elevation above sea level
  • 43 m
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40° 01′ 09.12″ N, 74° 31′ 22.08″ W
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