List of military units and installations in Oklahoma

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The armed forces in the United States have built a number of military instillations in the state of Oklahoma. Some of these units remain in operation. A number of military instillations in Oklahoma operated before or during the Civil War era.

Army / Army National Guard[edit]

Navy[edit]

Air Force / Air Force Reserve / Air National Guard / Civil Air Patrol[edit]

Marine Corps[edit]

Coast Guard[edit]

Former / closed military installations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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