Wikipedia Compilations

General overview:

US Foreign Bases:

US Forces in Germany:
US Forces in South Korea:

Eastern Europe:
Radar Stations:

More info: General remarks how to use Wikipedia

Other  Compilations and Sources

Bases in detail: not affiliated with US government)

DoD Websites:

Official DoD Base Structure Reports:
Summaries with amount and size of sites in the Fiscal Years: 2018, 2017, 2015, 2013, 2004

Military Installations:
Stars and Stripes
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Articles and Presentations

Webinar about US foreign military bases

by Leah Bolger (World beyond War, March 2021)

‘A reckoning is near’: America has a vast overseas military empire. Does it still need it?

by Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY Feb.25, 2021

Bases, Bases, Everywhere … Except in the Pentagon’s Report

AFRICOM’s Secret Empire: US Military Turns Africa Into ‘Laboratory’ Of Modern Warfare
The U.S. military already plans to expand its massive military footprint in Africa and elsewhere to the tune of “several million dollars” a year and thousands of troops.

by MintPress News Desk

Visualisations is an interactive 3d visualization of U.S. overseas wars and government overthrows.
See also: U.S. bases at (based on Excel sheet by David Vine).

A selection of 51 satellite photographs of US military bases worldwide can be seen here:

Books and Booklets

David Vine: The United States of War

A Global History of America's Endless Conflicts, from Columbus to the Islamic State
by David Vine, Oct. 2020
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David Vine: Base Nation

How U.S. Military Bases abroad harm America and the World
by David Vine, 2015
More information:
UK Military Bases
by Dave Webb, Sept 2017

A Time Bomb Underground

The military as the main responsible party for a global environmental disaster
by Karl-Heinz Peil, Jan. 2021


Resistance against Military Bases

Booklet with contributions to the "International Congress on Military Bases and their Importance for Global Wars"
in Kaiserslautern, Germany, 8-9 September 2017
Published by the campaign "Stopp Air Base Ramstein"
June 2018, edited by Karl-Heinz Peil