Fort Bonifacio

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Fort Bonifacio
Makati & Taguig, Philippines
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Main gate of the Philippine Army Headquarters
Coordinates Coordinates: 14°32′27.01″N 121°3′0.4″E / 14.5408361°N 121.050111°E / 14.5408361; 121.050111
Type Military Base
Site information
Controlled by Republic of the Philippines
Site history
Built 1940s
In use 1940s-Present
Materials Concrete,Steel
Garrison information
Garrison Philippine Army, Philippine Marines Corps, Philippine Navy "Seabees", Southern Police District Headquarters

Fort Bonifacio (formerly named as Fort McKinley), is the national headquarters of the Philippine Army (AFP) and is located in southeastern Metro Manila between the cities of Taguig and Makati. It is located near the national headquarters of the Philippine Air Force (AFP). The camp is named after Andres Bonifacio, the revolutionary leader of the Katipunan during the revolutionary period of the Philippines against Spain - Philippine Revolution.