Fort George G Meade, MD Summer Camps

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Columbia Association Camps
Columbia, MD 21044  
Basketball, Canoeing, Field Trips, Hiking
 
 
Maryland 4-h Day Camps
La Plata, MD 20740  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping
 
 
Club Scientific Chesapeake Summer Science Camps
Elkridge, MD  
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Science
 
 
American Cheerleading Academy
Laurel, MD  
Sports Camps: Cheerleading
 
 
Belmont Conference Center
Elkridge, MD  
Traditional Camps
 

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About Fort George G Meade, MD

Fort George G. Meade is a United States Army installation that includes the Defense Information School, the United States Army Field Band, and the headquarters of United States Cyber Command, the National Security Agency, and the Defense Courier Service. The fort's smaller census-designated place includes support facilities such as schools, housing, and the offices of the Military Intelligence Civilian Excepted Career Program . For the 1898 Camp Meade at Middletown PA and the "Meadeboro" camp near the Pickett's Charge field, see Harrisburg ANGB and 1913 Gettysburg reunion. Initially called Camp Annapolis Junction, the post was opened as "Camp Admiral" in 1917 on 29.7 sq mi acquired for a training camp. The post was renamed Camp George Gordon Meade after construction of 1,460 buildings, and in 1919, the Camp Benning tank school--formed from the WWI Camp Colt and Tobyhanna schools--was transferred to the fort before the Tank Corps was disbanded. Renamed to Fort Leonard Wood , the fort's Experimental Motorized Forces in the summer and fall of 1928 tested vehicles and tactics in expedition convoys . In 1929, the fort's 1st Tank Regiment encamped on the Gettysburg Battlefield; and Fort Meade was used as a WWII recruit training post and prisoner of war camp. The Second U.S. Army Headquarters transferred to the post on June 15, 1947; and in the 1950s, the post...