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Countries with a US military presence

Based on the US DoD Base Structures Report, list the countries with a US military presences. I listed any country in which the US military owned a building with more than 10,000 sq ft.and have a military presence openly cited. This eliminated quite a number including some I thought obvious.
Last updated: October 10, 2017
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** One country listed is not a considered a country in the countries of the world quiz but is an independent country within a kingdom.**
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Country
Antigua and Barbuda
Australia
Bahamas
Bahrain
Belgium
Cuba
Curacao
Denmark
Djibouti
Egypt
El Salvador
Germany
Greece
Country
Iceland
Italy
Japan
Kenya
Marshall Islands
Netherlands
Oman
Portugal
Romania
South Korea
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
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level 73
Oct 9, 2017
Countries I could have included if I lowered the criteria -- less than 10, 000 sq. feet, leased not own, or no "active" military: Aruba, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada (144 sq foot leased office), Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Honduras (despite a 144 buildings over a 100,000 sq feet, there's no active military -- google tells me there's over 500), Hong Kong (?), Kuwait, Norway, Peru, Singapore, and the UAE. I also did not include various dependencies, eg Diego Garcia, Johnson Atoll, Wake Island, etc.
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level 48
Oct 10, 2017
The term country for Curacao is very misleading similar to how you refer to England as a country. As England is a part of the United Kingdom, Curacao is a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands or Netherlands for short.
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level 73
Oct 11, 2017
I used the definition from Jerry928. See his https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/63858/countries-197-to-205 quiz
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level 38
Aug 24, 2018
MustardCustard: It is, nevertheless, a COUNTRY.I f not sure of something, look it up! And to hwes: Aruba (another Dutch COUNTRY) also has a military presence.