Camp Newton D. Baker
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|Camp Newton D. Baker|
|El Paso, Texas|
|In use||1916 - 1920|
Camp Newton D. Baker was a United States Army post located near El Paso, Texas. The post was in operation from 1916 to 1920. It was used as a mobilization center for border patrols and as a Signal Corps training center. The post was named after Secretary of War Newton D. Baker.
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