As Sayliyah Army Base
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As Sayliyah Army Base

Coordinates: 25°11?18?N 51°24?49?E / 25.188399°N 51.413527°E / 25.188399; 51.413527

US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld during a town meeting at As Sayliyah Army Base in 2002

As Sayliyah Army Base (Arabic: ? ) or Camp As Sayliyah was a United States Army base located in Al Sailiya, a suburb outside Doha, Qatar. U.S. Central Command used the base to preposition material bound for use in Iraq and Afghanistan; it was the largest U.S. Army prepositioning site in the world.[1] It stored enough equipment for a U.S. Army armored brigade: more than 150 M-1 Abrams tanks, 116 Bradley fighting vehicles, and 112 other armored personnel carriers.[1][2] The base was established in the year 2000[3] and closed in June 2021 with its mission moved to Area Support Group-Jordan.[4]


  1. ^ a b United States. Army Central. Area Support Group - Qatar (January 2018). "Resource Guide for Families at Camp As Sayliyah" (PDF).
  2. ^ des Roches, David (June 8, 2017). "A Base is More than Buildings: The Military Implications of the Qatar Crisis". War on the Rocks. A second military facility, not generally discussed, is also present in Qatar - Camp as Sayliyah. This is a forward positioning logistics facility. It has the equipment for an entire U.S. Army armored brigade, and a number of warehouses. It was essential to American operations in Iraq in 2003.
  3. ^ "Camp As Sayliyah"
  4. ^ "US military shifts Army basing from Qatar to Jordan in move that could provide leverage against Iran". Stars and Stripes. Retrieved .

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