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The Gagetown training base, southeast of Fredericton, was used by thousands of National Guard members from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and other states from 1971 to 2006. Units often spent two weeks training at the base, with more than 250,000 acres, 700-plus buildings and 1,500 miles of roads.
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