List of ISAF installations in Afghanistan

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This is a list of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) installations in Afghanistan used during the NATO led War in Afghanistan from 2001–present. Included are airbases, forward operating bases, main operating bases, combat outposts, firebases, and patrol bases used by NATO forces across the six ISAF regional commands: Regional Command Capital, Regional Command East, Regional Command North, Regional Command South, Regional Command Southwest, and Regional Command West.

History[edit]

After 30 September 2013 there will only be five sites used by the United Kingdom in Helmand Province including Camp Bastion (the main British base),[1] MOB Price,[2] MOB Lashkar Gah, PB Lashkar Gah Durai and OP Sterga 2.[3]

Installations in Regional Command Capital[edit]

Regional Command Capital includes the province of Kabul and is headquartered at Camp KAIA.[4]

Kabul Province[edit]

Kabul Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Camp KAIA
(Kabul Int'l Airport)
Kabul District ISAF Headquarters
ISAF Joint Command
Turkish Army
US Army
USMC
US Air Force,
Mongolian Armed Forces
ISAF Headquarters
ISAF Joint Command Headquarters
Headquarters for RC-Capital[citation needed]
Camp Black Horse Kabul District 2008 US Army
Canadian Army
[5]
Camp Dogan Kabul District [citation needed]
Camp Eggers Kabul District 2006 NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan
US Army
USMC
US Air Force
Australian Army
New Zealand Army
French Army
Turkish Army
Mongolian Armed Forces
NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan Headquarters[6]
Camp Invicta Kabul District 2006 Italian Army [citation needed]
Camp Julien Kabul District Apr 2007
2003

29 Nov 2005
Canadian Army Reopened as a Counterinsurgency Academy in April 2007.[citation needed]
[7]
Camp Phoenix Kabul District US Army [citation needed]
Camp Souter Kabul District British Army Active as of December 2007
[citation needed]
Camp Warehouse Canadian Army [citation needed]
FOB Tora Surobi District French Army [8]

Installations in Regional Command East[edit]

Regional Command East includes the provinces of Bamyan, Ghazni, Kapisa, Khost, Kunar, Laghman, Logar, Nangarhar, Nuristan, Paktika, Paktiya, Panjshir, Parwan and Wardak. Bagram Airfield is the home to RC-East command headquarters.[9]

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Ghazni Province[edit]

Ghazni Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Arian
COP Arian
Polish Armed Forces
US Army
Before 2011 it was called Combat Outpost Arian.[10]
FOB Ghazni US Army
Polish Armed Forces
Afghan National Police (ANP)
Polish Task Force[citation needed]
FOB Warrior Polish Armed Forces Polish Battlegroup B.[citation needed]
COP Band-E-Sardeh Andar District [citation needed]
COP Four Corners Andar District [citation needed]
COP Miri Andar Transitioned to ANSF[citation needed]

Kapisa Province[edit]

Kapisa Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Kutchbach French Army Task Force Black Rock.[11]
FOB Nijrab French Army 2nd Armored Brigade (France)
Task Force Lafayette command post & Task Force Black Rock.[11]
Nicknamed FOB Morales Frazier.[8]
FOB Tagab US Army [12]
COP Belda Alasay District 2009 US Army
French Army
Afghan National Army (ANA)
Named for a fallen French specialist with the 27th Alpine Mountain Battalion[13]

Khost Province[edit]

Khost Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Salerno Khost (Matun) District 2003 31 Oct 2013 US Army
US Air Force
US Navy
[14][15]
Camp Pucino Khost (Matun) District 31 Oct 2013 USSOCOM Sub-camp within FOB Salerno
Named for SSG Matt Pucino (ODA2223)[citation needed]
Camp Clark Mandozayi District US Army [16]
FOB Chapman
Camp Chapman
Khost (Matun) District 2001 US Army
USSOCOM
CIA
Located 3.3 miles (5.3 km) north east of Khost City
Also known as Camp Chapman.[17]
COP Chergotah US Army [18]
COP Narizah US Army [19]
COP Sabari Sabari District US Army [20]
COP Spera Spera District 23 Dec 2010 US Army [21]
COP Terezayi Tirazayi District US Army [9]

Kunar Province[edit]

Kunar Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Asadabad 2003 US Army [citation needed]
Camp Blessing 2011 US Army
USMC
Named for SGT Jay Blessing (2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment)[22][23]
FOB Bostick 2006 2012 US Army Formerly FOB Naray (until 2008)
Named for Maj. Thomas Bostick
Near Kamu.[24]
FOB Joyce Jul 2013 US Army [citation needed]
Camp Wright Asadabad District US Army [25]
COP Honaker Miracle Dara-I-Pech District US Army [26]
COP Michigan Dara-I-Pech District 2011 US Army [26]
COP Monti US Army [27]
COP Restrepo US Army [27]
Fire Base California Dara-I-Pech District [citation needed]
Fire Base Phoenix Dara-I-Pech District 2007 US Army [citation needed]
Fire Base Vegas Dara-I-Pech District US Army [28]

Laghman Province[edit]

Laghman Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Gamberi US Army [29]

Logar Province[edit]

Logar Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Altimur 2008 2013 US Army [30][31]
FOB Logar [32]
FOB Shank US Army
Czech Armed Forces
[citation needed]
COP Kherwar US Army [33]
COP McClain US Army [34]
–?– Pul-e-Alam Pul-i-Alam District
–?– Baraki Barak Baraki Barak District

Nangarhar Province[edit]

Nangarhar Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Connolly Khogyani District 2013 [citation needed]
FOB Fenty Bihsud District 2007 US Army
US Air Force
Located within Jalalabad Airfield[citation needed] [35]
FOB Kogyani US Army [citation needed]
FOB Lonestar Jul 2004 Dec 2012 US Army [citation needed]
Fire Base Torkham Gate Momand Dara District 2006 US Army [36]

Nuristan Province[edit]

Nuristan Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
COP Kalagush Nurgaram District US Army Last remaining US outpost in Nuristan Province.
Outpost near to Battle of Do Ab.[citation needed]
COP Keating Kamdesh District 2006 2009 US Army [citation needed]

Paktika Province[edit]

Paktika Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Boris
FOB Bermel
Barmal District US Army Named for Captain Dave Boris
Formerly FOB Bermel[37]
FOB Khoyr Kot Castle US Army [38]
FOB Kushamond Dila District US Army [38][39][40]
FOB Orgun-E
Camp Harriman
Urgon District 2003 US Army Formerly Camp Harriman[citation needed]
FOB Rushmore [citation needed]
FOB Sharana
Camp Kearney
Sharana District 2004 1 Oct 2013
  • US Army
  • Polish Armed Forces
  • ROK Army
Formerly Camp Kearney

[41][42][43]

FOB Super FOB US Army [44]
FOB Tillman
FOB Lwara
2002 US Army Formerly FOB Lwara
Named for fallen US Army Ranger SPC Pat Tillman[45][46]
FOB Waza Khwa Waza Khwa District US Army
Polish Armed Forces
[citation needed]
FOB Zormot Zurmat District US Army [citation needed]
COP Margah US Army [47]
Fire Base Lilley
Fire Base Shkin
Fire Base Checo
Barmal District US Army
CIA
Named for fallen US Army MSG Arthur Lilley
Formerly Firebase Shkin
Unofficially Fire Base Checo[48]

Paktiya Province[edit]

Paktiya Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Lightning Gardez District US Army [49]
FOB Thunder Gardez District ANA [citation needed]
COP Chamkani Chamkani District US Army
US Special Forces
[50]
COP Deysie Shwak District 2008 US Army [51]

[52]

COP Herrera Zazi District 2008 2013 US Army [citation needed]
Fire Base Gardez Gardez District 2003 US Army [citation needed]
Fire Base Wilderness
FOB Tellier
Gerda Serai District 2006 US Army
ANA
Also known as FOB Tellier
[53][54][55][56]

Panjshir Province[edit]

Panjshir Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Lion 28 Dec 2011 US Army Intended to be converted into a Women's college

Parwan Province[edit]

Parwan Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Airfield Bagram Airfield Bagram District 2001 US Army
USAF
RC-East Headquarters
The largest American base in Afghanistan.[57]
Camp Albert Bagram District 2004 US Army Located within Bagram Airfield.[58]
Camp Blackjack Bagram District Related to Bagram Airfield[citation needed]
Camp Bulldog Bagram District Related to Bagram Airfield[citation needed]
Camp Civilian Bagram District 2003 Sub-camp within Bagram Airfield
Houses contractors[59]
Camp Cunningham Bagram District 2004 Sub-camp within Bagram Airfield[citation needed]
Camp Gibraltar Bagram District 2002 Royal Marines (RM) Located within Bagram Airfield. Closed.[60]
Camp Warrior Bagram District Related to Bagram Airfield.[citation needed]

Wardak Province[edit]

Wardak Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Airborne US Army [61]
COP Sayed Abad Saydabad District US Army [62]
COP Dash Towp Chak District US Army [63]
COP Sultan Khyel US Army [citation needed]
COP Carwille US Army Named for fallen US Army 1LT Donald Carwile (1-506th, 101st ABN)[64]

Installations in Regional Command North[edit]

The Regional Command North area of responsibility includes the provinces of Badakhshan, Baghlan, Balkh, Faryab, Jowzjan, Kunduz, Samangan, Sar-e Pul, and Takhar. The German Bundeswehr commands RC-North and is headquartered in country at Camp Marmal.[65]

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Balkh Province[edit]

Balkh Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Camp Marmal Mazar-e Sharif District 2005
Camp Pratt Mazar-e-Sharif District US Army
Camp Spann Mazar-e-Sharif District US Army [66]

Faryab Province[edit]

Faryab Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Ghowrmach [67]
FOB Freia

Kunduz Province[edit]

Kunduz Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Kunduz German Provincial Reconstruction Team [68]

Installations in Regional Command South[edit]

Regional Command South includes the provinces of Daykundi, Kandahar, Uruzgan, and Zabul. Kandahar Airfield serves as the headquarters for RC-South, which is commanded by the United States Armed Forces.[69]

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Kandahar Province[edit]

Kandahar Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Airfield Kandahar Kandahar District
RC-S Headquarters[69]
Camp Baker Daman District Australian Army Located within Kandahar International Airport[70]
Camp Losano Kandahar District
  • RNLAF
  • US Army
  • US Air Force
Sub-camp located within Kandahar Airfield[71]
Camp Nathan Smith Kandahar District 2003 31 JUL 2013
  • Canadian Army
  • US Army
FOB Frontenac Arghandab District Canadian Army Built by Canada[citation needed]
FOB Lindsey
FOB Martello Shah Wali Kot District 2006 Canadian Forces [citation needed]
FOB Masum Ghar Panjwayi District
  • US Army
  • Canadian Army
  • ANA
Base of operations for Canada's C2 Leopard 1 and Leopard 2A6M tanks.[citation needed]
FOB Pasab
FOB Wilson
Zhari District US Army Also called FOB Wilson[72]
FOB Sarkari Karez
FOB Ramrod
Maywand District US Army Formerly FOB Ramrod[73][74]
FOB Scorpion US Army [citation needed]
FOB Sperwan Ghar Panjwayi District
  • Canadian Army
  • US Army
  • ANA
[citation needed]
FOB Spin Boldak Spin Boldak District 2006
  • Canadian Army
  • US Army
  • Albanian Special Forces
  • Romanian Police
  • ANP
[citation needed]
FOB Tiger 2004 US Army Named in honor of the Louisiana State University mascot[75]
FOB Zettelmeyer Arghandab District Canadian Army [citation needed]
COP Fitzpatrick US Army [76]
COP Hutal Maywand District US Army [citation needed]
COP Lakaray Spin Boldak District 2009 US Army [citation needed]
COP Terminator Maywand District 2008 US Army [77]
Patrol Base Wilson Arghandab District Canadian Army [citation needed]
Fire Base Maholic
Camp Gecko
2006
  • USSOCOM
  • Special Forces
Formerly Camp Gecko.[78]
Strong Point North Arghandab District Canadian Army [citation needed]
Strong Point South Arghandab District Canadian Army [citation needed]
Strong Point West Arghandab Canadian Army [citation needed]

Uruzgan Province[edit]

Uruzgan Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Joint Multinational Base Tarin Kot Tarin Kot District 15 Dec 2013
  • Australian Army
  • New Zealand Army
  • US Army
[79][80]
MOB Kamp Holland
FOB Davis
FOB Ripley
Deh Rahwod 2006 Present
Present
15 Dec 2013
Present
Present
Formerly FOB Ripley.[81]
Camp Hadrian Royal Netherlands Army [citation needed]
Camp Russell Australian Army Suspected to be closed.[citation needed]
FOB Coyote [citation needed]
FOB Phoenix [citation needed]
FOB Tycz Deh Rahwod District Royal Netherlands Army [citation needed]
Firebase Anaconda US Army Battle of Firebase Anaconda[citation needed]
Firebase Tinsley
Cobra
2009
2004

2009
US Army Formerly Firebase Cobra.[citation needed]

Zabul Province[edit]

Zabul Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Apache Qalat District
[82]
FOB Bullard [83]
FOB Lagman Qalat District 2004 FEB 2013
[84][citation needed]
FOB Lane Nov 2011 US Army Closed on thanksgiving 2010 by 2/2 LST 2scr.[citation needed]
FOB Mizan Mizan District U.S. Army [85]
FOB Smart 2004 2013 US Army Former home to PRT Zabul[citation needed]
FOB Sweeney 2004 2013 US Army Named for Staff Sgt. Paul Sweeney[86]
FOB Viper US Army
FOB Wolverine US Army [87]

Installations in Regional Command Southwest[edit]

Regional Command Southwest is headquartered at Camp Leatherneck and includes the provinces of Helmand and Nimruz.[88]

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Helmand Province[edit]

Helmand Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Camp Leatherneck Nahri Saraj District 2008 USMC RC-SW Headquarters.[citation needed]
Camp Bastion Nahri Saraj District 2006
The largest British base in Afghanistan[89] and home to Task Force Helmand.[90]
Camp Dwyer
FOB Dwyer
Garmsir District 2007
2009

2009
USMC
British Army
Named after fallen British Lance Bombardier James Dwyer of 29 Commando Regiment, Royal Artillery.[91][92][93][94]
Active as of January 2014.[95]
Camp Rhino
FOB Rhino
Garmsir District 25 Nov 2001 3 Jan 2002
First USMC land base established in Afghanistan
[96][97][98][99][100]
MOB Price
FOB Price
Nahri Saraj District 2012
2006
17 Mar 2014
2012
  • RM (Unknown-2013)
  • British Army (2006-2014)
  • Danish Defence (2006-13)
  • US Army (2012)
  • USMC (2008)
Formerly FOB Price.
Closed.[3]
MOB Lashkar Gah Lashkargah District May 2006 24 Feb 2014 British Army [101] Formerly home to the 1st Mechanized Brigade headquarters.[102] Handed over to the ANSF.[3]
FOB Anchorman Sangin District Jun 2007 Closed British Army Active as of April 2010.[103]
FOB Budwan
Armadillo
Nahri Saraj District 2010
2008
2011
2010
  • British Army
  • Danish Defence
Formerly FOB Armadillo.[104]
FOB Delhi Garmsir District 2006 Closed USMC (2008 & June 2009-Unknown)
British Army (2006 - 2008 & September 2008-June 2009)
[105][106]
FOB Edinburgh 2009 2012 British Army (2009)
USMC (2009-2012)
[107][108][109]
FOB Eredvi
COP Eredvi
15 Jan 2014
  • USMC
  • Georgian Land Forces
Closing down convoy helped by a British battlegroup.[110]
[111] Transformed into a Forward operating base
FOB Gereshk 2003 [112] Active as of 2005.
FOB Geronimo Nawa-I-Barakzayi District Jul 2009 2013 USMC Active as of March 2013.[106][113]
FOB Gibraltar Sangin District 2007 Jun 2009 RM
British Army
[citation needed]
FOB Hanson May 2013 USMC [106]
FOB Jackson Sangin District 2008 British Army (2008-2011)
US Army (2011-)
Formerly United Kingdom – Named for Pte Damien Jackson, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment[citation needed]
Active as of February 2011.
FOB Khar Nikah
Keenan
Jan 2010
2007
Closed
Jan 2010
  • British Army
  • Danish Defence
Active as of January 2012.[114]
Formerly FOB Keenan.
FOB Nolay Sangin District 2006 6 May 2014 USMC (Sep 2010-May 2014)
British Army (Unknown- Oct 2010)
RM (Unknown- Oct 2010)
[115]
FOB Now Zad Nawzad District 2013 [111]
FOB Payne 2013 USMC [116]
FOB Pimon Feb 2013 Maavägi Handed over to the ANA.
FOB Robinson
Wolf
2006
2006
Open
2006
Named after Staff Sergeant Christopher L. Robinson, 36, Brandon, Mississippi.[citation needed]
Active as of March 2009[citation needed]
Formerly FOB Wolf.[citation needed]
FOB Shamsher Sangin District Mar 2013 USMC
FOB Shawqat Nad Ali District Sep 2009 Sep 2013 British Army
RM
Last occupants: 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.[117] Built by 38 Engineer Regiment.[118]
FOB Shir Ghazay Musa Qala District [111]
Active as of November 2013.
FOB Tombstone Nahri Saraj District 2006 Closed British Army Next to Camp Shorabak (ANA) and Camp Bastion. Active as of October 2011.[citation needed]
FOB Whitehouse USMC Active as of May 2012.[citation needed]
FOB Wishtan
Patrol Base Wishtan
Sangin District 2010
2008
Closed
2010
  • British Army (August 2008-Closure)
  • USMC (2008)
Built by Echo Coy, 2/7 USMC in 2008. Handed to British during October 2008. Active as of April 2010.[citation needed]
FOB Zeebrugge Kajaki District 2006 USMC (2010-)
British Army (2006-2010)
ANA (2010-)
Active as of May 2012.[citation needed]
COP Faizel USMC Active as of May 2013.[citation needed]
COP Kodori USMC Active as of May 2013.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Almas Sangin District British Army (Unknown-Unknown)
RM
USMC (2010-)
Active as of February 2012.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Argyll Nad Ali District Sep 2009 British Army Replaced by the better FOB Shawqat a short distance away.[118] Now a school.
Patrol Base Attal Nahri Saraj District Closed British Army Active as of October 2013.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Bahadur Closed British Army Active as of April 2012.
Patrol Base Blenheim Sangin District Closed British Army Active as of June 2010.
Patrol Base Boldak USMC Active as of 10 Nov 2013.[119]
Patrol Base Chakaw Sangin District Closed British Army 1 km to the east of FOB Wishtan.
Patrol Base Clifton Mar 2013 British Army Handed over to the ANA.[120]
Patrol Base Folad Nad Ali District Aug 2013 British Army
Patrol Base Fulod
Sangin Fulod
Sangin District British Army (Unknown-Unknown)
USMC
ANA
Active as of May 2012.[121] Formerly PB Sangin Fulod.
Patrol Base Hazrat Nahri Saraj District British Army (Unknown-Unknown)
USMC
ANA
Active as of January 2013.[122]
Patrol Base Jahan Zeb 2011 Feb 2012 British Army Handed over to the Afghan security forces.[123]
Patrol Base Jaker Nawa-I-Barakzayi District 2008 USMC (2009-)
British Army (2008-2009)
ANA
Active as of April 2011.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Lambadand Trek Nawa USMC Active as of September 2012.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Lashkar Gah Durai Lashkargah District 8 Mar 2014 British Army
Danish Defence
Closed.[3]
Patrol Base Mahboob Dec 2009 Closed British Army
RM
Active as of October 2010.[124]
Patrol Base Masood Masood District Maavägi Active as of November 2009.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Mirage Musa Qala District 2008 USMC Former Taliban HQ.[citation needed]
Active as of June 2011.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Nahidullah 2010 Dec 2012 British Army Last unit:1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Ouellette
FOB Ouellette
Nahri Saraj District Unknown
Oct 2011
Sep 2013
Unknown
British Army (Oct 2011-Sep 2013)
USMC (Unknown-Oct 2011)
[125] Handed over to the Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP).[126] Formerly FOB Ouellette
Patrol Base Padnick.[citation needed] USMC.[citation needed] [citation needed]
Patrol Base Pan Kalay Closed British Army
ANCOP
[127] Active as of April 2013
Patrol Base Pylae Sangin District Closed British Army Active as of October 2010.[128]
Patrol Base Rahim
FOB Sandford
2008 Closed British Army Formerly FOB Sandford.[129]
Active as of March 2012.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Shaheed 2010 Closed British Army Once home to B Company, the 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh
Patrol Base Shahzad
FOB Shahzad
Nad Ali District Sep 2013 British Army
RM
Patrol Base Shamshad
  • British Army (Unknown-Unknown)
  • Maavägi
  • USMC
Active as of 2011.[citation needed]
Patrol Base Silab Nad Ali District Jun 2012 British Army Handed over to Afghan security forces. Last unit was 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment.[130]
Patrol Base Sparta Lashkargah District Closed British Army Active as of July 2013.
Patrol Base Tangiers
FOB Tangiers
Sangin District 2008 2009
  • British Army (2008-2009)
  • RM (2008-2009)
  • USMC (2008)
  • ANA (2009-Unknown)
Formerly FOB Tangiers. Handed over to the ANA.
Patrol Base Wahid
FOB Wahid
Nad Ali District 2007 Apr 2013 Maavägi
British Army
RM
D Company, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles (1RGR). Closed at the end of Op Herrick 17 in April 2013.[131] Handed over to the ANA.
Patrol Base Zumbelay
Patrol Base Barakzjai
Closed British Army Formerly Patrol Base Barakzjai
Patrol Base One Nahri Saraj District Closed British Army Active as of April 2012.[132]
Patrol Base Two Nahri Saraj District Sep 2013 British Army [1]
Patrol Base Four Nahri Saraj District Mar 2013 British Army
ANA
Last unit was B Company, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles (1RGR).[133]
Patrol Base Five Nahri Saraj District Mar 2013 British Army
RM
ANA
Active as of October 2011. Used by Kilo Company, 42 Commando, RM during August 2011.
Firebase Fiddler's Green Nawa-I-Barakzayi District Jul 2009 USMC Active as of October 2011.[citation needed]
Joint Tactical Air Co-ordination JTAC Hill Oct 2008 Closed British Army [134]

Nimruz Province[edit]

Nimruz Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Delaram
FOB Kerella
Delaram District 2009 USMC Active as of 14 Nov 2013.[135]
Named for US Marine Cpl Jason Karella of 2nd Battalion 7th Marines

Installations in Regional Command West[edit]

Regional Command West includes the provinces of Badghis, Farah, Ghor and Herat.[136]

Contents

Badghis Province[edit]

Badghis Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Todd Murghab [137]

Farah Province[edit]

Farah Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
FOB Dimonios Farah City Italian Army Home to Transition Support Unit – South (TSU-S).[138]
FOB Farah Farah City Sep 2004 Oct 2013 Italian Army
US Army
USMC
US Navy
US Air Force
[139]
FOB Tobruck Bala Buluk Italian Army Home to Transition Support Unit – South (TSU-S).[138]

Herat Province[edit]

Herat Province Installations
Type Name District Opened Closed Forces Notes
Airbase Shindand 2004 US Air Force
Afghan Air Force (AAF)
Formerly FOB Shindand[citation needed]
Camp Stone Herat Carabinieri
US Army
[citation needed]
Camp Vianini 2012 Italian Army [citation needed]
FOB La Marmora Shindand Italian Army Home to Transition Support Unit – Center (TSU-C).[138]

Installations of Unknown Regional Command/Province[edit]

See also[edit]

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