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Fort Sam Houston,

U.S. army base, 3,300 acres (1,335 hectares), S Tex., in San Antonio; headquarters of the Fifth Army. San Antonio, long a military center, donated land in 1870 for the site of a permanent military post that was constructed from 1876 to 1890 and named for Gen. Sam Houston. The famous Brooke Army Medical Center, the major training center for army medics and the home of the Army Medical Service School, is located on the post.
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Activated on 20 March 1944 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
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Redesignated as the 112th CIC Group on 1 August 1957 and again on 15 October 1966 as the 112th Military Intelligence Group, the Army inactivated the 112th on 30 June 1974 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

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