Fort George G. Meade

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Fort George G. Meade,

U.S. army post, 13,500 acres (5,460 hectares), central Md., between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.; est. 1917 as a World War I induction center.
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The information was then forwarded to NSA headquarters at Fort George Meade. Newsham also discovered that major defense corporations are swindling the government out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
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