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Crawford, NE 69339

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Named after Lieutenant Levi Robinson, killed by Indians in 1874, Fort Robinson is an Army training facility in Nebraska, in the Pine Ridge region. The fort has been established in 1873 and has been very important during the Indian Wars, as it greatly helped the overall performance of the U.S. troops. Today the camp is more of an historical site, than a real training facility, but recruits are still present at the base for basic training related to close quarter combat actions.Named after Lieutenant Levi Robinson, killed by Indians in 1874, Fort Robinson is an Army training facility in Nebraska, in the Pine Ridge region. The fort has been established in 1873 and has been very important during the Indian Wars, as it greatly helped the overall performance of the U.S. troops. Today the camp is more of an historical site, than a real training facility, but recruits are still present at the base for basic training related to close quarter combat actions.



The surroundings of Fort Robinson are interesting, although the housing facilities on the camp are standard (modern restrooms, showers, water, dump station, picnic tables and shelters). For example there is a Camp Robinson museum, there is the near-by city of Crawford, Nebraska and many others. The base is not home to any permanent unit, nor does it have a logo. However, its governing body is the Nebraska state, who has decided to make Fort Robinson a Sate Park. Little is known about the area of the park or the total number of people inhabiting the place. The base has not been involved in any mission recently, nor has it received press. The surroundings of Fort Robinson are interesting, although the housing facilities on the camp are standard (modern restrooms, showers, water, dump station, picnic tables and shelters). For example there is a Camp Robinson museum, there is the near-by city of Crawford, Nebraska and many others. The base is not home to any permanent unit, nor does it have a logo. However, its governing body is the Nebraska state, who has decided to make Fort Robinson a Sate Park. Little is known about the area of the park or the total number of people inhabiting the place. The base has not been involved in any mission recently, nor has it received press.



Named after Lieutenant Levi Robinson, killed by Indians in 1874, Fort Robinson is an Army training facility in Nebraska, in the Pine Ridge region. The fort has been established in 1873 and has been very important during the Indian Wars, as it greatly helped the overall performance of the U.S. troops. Today the camp is more of an historical site, than a real training facility, but recruits are still present at the base for basic training related to close quarter combat actions.Named after Lieutenant Levi Robinson, killed by Indians in 1874, Fort Robinson is an Army training facility in Nebraska, in the Pine Ridge region. The fort has been established in 1873 and has been very important during the Indian Wars, as it greatly helped the overall performance of the U.S. troops. Today the camp is more of an historical site, than a real training facility, but recruits are still present at the base for basic training related to close quarter combat actions.