Outpost

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Outpost may refer to:

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  • Outpost (military), a detachment of troops stationed at a distance from the main force or formation, usually at a station in a remote or sparsely populated location
  • Outpost (civilian), in civilian terms denotes an outlying frontier settlement or colony in a remote or sparsely populated location, on the frontier of civilization or on or across political boundaries of the state, far away from the home or country
  • Border outpost, an outpost maintained by a sovereign state on its border, usually one of a series placed at regular intervals, to watch over and safeguard its border with a neighboring state
  • Human outpost, artificially-created, controlled human habitats located in environments inhospitable for humans, such as on the ocean floor, in space or on another planet
  • Outpost Estates, Los Angeles, California, a canyon neighborhood
  • Outpost Islands, Nunavut, Canada

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