Fremington Army Camp is a military camp in the village of Fremington, Devon, England,
which is use d as a base to train the United States Army Air Corps.
It is originally located there to be within easy marching distance from the railway station at the Quay.
the camp was also the US Army’s 313th Station Hospital for D-Day rehabilitation, with room for 2,000 patients.
It starts receiving casualties on 20 July 1944.
From 1946 it was home to the School of Combined Operations.
It complements the Royal Marines and Royal Air Force presence at Royal Marines Base Chivenor
and 11 (Amphibious Trials and Training) Squadron, 1 Assault Group Royal Marines at Arromanches Camp
In 2009 the camp prepares to close due to its severely outdated nature
and the opportunity to re-develop the land which has now taken place and new homes now sit where this site once was