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It was designated as early as 1942 for detaining "enemy aliens" of Italian, German and Japanese birth.
The 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division was located at Fort Devens from 1946 to 1950.
They offer a fun way to read about some of the most important figures, times, and events in history. The 39th Engineer (CBT) was reactivated in 2014 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Army Intelligence School, Devens, or USAISD, and was moved to Fort Huachuca, Arizona in 1996.The Army Security Agency Training Center & School (ASATC&S) was established at Devens in April 1951. The 36th Medical Battalion including the 595th Medical Company and the 46th Combat Support Hospital, the 46th CSH was deactivated July 15th, 1994. Army post which resided at Fort Devens was officially closed in 1996 after 79 years of service.The 1st, 32nd, and 45th Divisions trained at Devens during the war.
Devens also housed a prisoner of war camp for German and Italian prisoners from 1944 to 1946.
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