Fort Dix

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Dix, Fort:

see Joint Base McGuire-Dix-LakehurstJoint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst,
U.S. military base, central N.J., SE of Trenton; est. 1917 as Camp Dix and named for U.S. statesman John A. Dix. In 1939 it was made a permanent garrison and renamed Fort Dix.
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Fort Dix:

see Joint Base McGuire-Dix-LakehurstJoint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst,
U.S. military base, central N.J., SE of Trenton; est. 1917 as Camp Dix and named for U.S. statesman John A. Dix. In 1939 it was made a permanent garrison and renamed Fort Dix.
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Camp Dix, as it was called back then, was a key mobilization training base during WWI and remained viable after the war.