Training Support Center Hampton Roads

Training Support Center Hampton Roads is the current name of the facility in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, which was long-known as "FTC Dam Neck". It is the home of the "Fleet Combat Training Center Atlantic" of the United States Navy.

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Training Support Center Hampton Roads - Tenant Commands
... Neck include the United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU), Tactical Training Group Atlantic, and Combat Direction System Activity (CDSA) Dam Neck ... TSC Hampton Roads is also home to the Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, which trains Marines and sailors in military intelligence ...
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... Libertarian municipalism Mutual aid Prefigurative politics Stateless society Social center Ultra-leftism Wage slavery Workers control Worker ... politics Propaganda of the deed Refusal of work Revolution Rewilding Social center Social ecology Social insertion Somatherapy Spontaneous order Squatting Temporary ... Anarcho-punk Arts Culture jamming DIY culture Freeganism Independent Media Center Infoshop The Internationale Jewish anarchism Land and liberty Lifestylism Popular education ...

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