U.S. Military Presence Throughout the World (Map)

U.S. troops in six continents. Detailed information via Wikimedia Commons:

US Military Bases

23 Comments on "U.S. Military Presence Throughout the World (Map)"

  1. They’ve designed the systems the entire world uses, and has had the entire world, even their own citizens, under their thumb. They’ve also limited technology SO much for the entire world that it’s not even funny. Tesla’s idea for free energy was to power electronics via EMPs or some kinds of EM field, which would have rendered ALL of Edison’s inventions obsolete and destroyed them. Now the system’s designed so an EMP can kill people who drink water with fluoride, hurt people with fillings or metal teeth, ruins all of our computers and technology, except the ones designed in secret to use the EM energy. I believe the original electric car used a EM energy source. EM energy could also use less input energy than the energy it outputs. The power to turn us all into gods, and put us into a Jetsonsesk present, limited by greed, lust for power and control.

    • discusthrower | May 11, 2012 at 11:21 pm |

       hapless meatpods to satisfy an appetite of terrifying dimension . . .

      • I’ve considered that electromagnetism could have the potential to destroy the world, but it seems like it was a reaction to WWII, and has continued to be exploited as a secret way of maintaining control over the world.

    • Calypso_1 | May 11, 2012 at 11:50 pm |

      “EM energy could also use less input energy than the energy it outputs. ”

      please go get an intro to physics book at the library

      • Sigh… You realize the implications of being able to harness infinite amounts of energy, and why it’s best kept a secret? Accepting the laws of physics as absolute and infallible is no better than accepting Jesus Christ as your lord and savior.

        • chinagreenelvis | May 12, 2012 at 1:05 am |

          Sort of the other way around, actually.

        • I mean the information we’re given about them, not the actual laws.

        • Monkey See Monkey Do | May 13, 2012 at 6:28 am |

          The laws of physics only apply to this dimension anyway. According to quantum theory there is probably a different law of physics for every dimension.

    • Are you like… really really high? That was just a whole lot of ridiculous garbage you just let fall out of your brain onto the keyboard.

      • Calypso_1 | May 14, 2012 at 2:18 pm |

        Scruffy specializes in the development of hideaway smoking apparatuses.  Such outpourings are a potential hazard of product testing.

  2. Antediluvian | May 11, 2012 at 11:43 pm |

    Wow I didn’t even know my own country (Belgium) had over a 1000 US troops.  Our national army is just a few 1000 to begin with..

  3. DeepCough | May 12, 2012 at 12:39 am |

    America: spreading Freedom throughout the world like an STD since 1914.

  4. Who posses the most serious threat to the US military?
    The people of the US!
    When they finally wake-up… if ever.

  5. Oh damn. If we just had troops in Central America we could get like 7 new armies each turn. 

  6. David Howe | May 12, 2012 at 10:15 am |

    Iran is completely unreasonable.  They should be HAPPY to be surrounded by the largest military force in the history of the world.  After all, those savages are holding oil to which nice white people and their sattellites in China (Yellow Aryans…er…Americans) are entitled.  It’s in the Bible.

  7. Brian of Narangba | May 12, 2012 at 9:18 pm |

    Even Australia has been invaded, sorry is hosting US troops,  Yanqui go home, we don’t want you

  8. Monkey See Monkey Do | May 13, 2012 at 6:24 am |

    The map of the U.S. empire just before its fall. Reminds me of Rome.

  9. The map is extremely inaccurate. There are now troops in over 140 countries of the world. This picture is but a tiny representation of how extensive U.S. military involvement actually is.  There are actually over 63 countries “officially” represented (to the American people), but the actual number is much higher then that.

    A very important read:

    “there are more than 1,000 US military bases dotting the globe. To be
    specific, the most accurate count is 1,077. Unless it’s 1,088. Or, if
    you count differently, 1,169. Or even 1,180. Actually, the number might
    even be higher. Nobody knows for sure.”


    The Pentagon’s 2010 Base Structure Report, on the other hand, lists 4,999 total sites in the US, its territories, and overseas.


  10. Johnnystarrysky | Jun 2, 2012 at 3:24 pm |

    not exactly accurate….shannon….in the west of ireland is an american military base….but its white here

  11. … no presence in France???

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