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Camp Allen

Camp Allen,[1] formerly Camp Elmore,[2] is a small United States Marine Corps base in Norfolk, Virginia, a satellite of the Naval Station Norfolk.[3] It is home to both the 1st and 3rd Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST) Companies.[4] The base also houses a supply warehouse, battalion aid station, and a motor transport unit. All units are members of the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment, headquartered aboard Naval Weapons Station Yorktown.

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  1. ^ Camp Allen information and resources from the Marine Corps Community Services,
  2. ^ Marine Corps news article mentioning name change
  3. ^ profile at GlobalSecurity.org
  4. ^ Marine Corps news article detailing FAST deployments


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