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NEW YORK - MARCH 27: New recruits to the Army, Marines and Air Force (L-R) Venkatesh Kamath of Ashburg, Virginia, Teony Collado of Passaic, New Jersey, Vanessa Love of Cruz, New Jersey and Xianglin Wang of Flushing, New York wait to have medical tests performed at Fort Hamilton, New York City's only active-duty military base, on March 27, 2009 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Fort Hamilton is one of the oldest military bases in the country, and has over two hundred active duty military along with their families, many of them living in base housing. Built in the early 19th century, Fort Hamilton stands at the site on the Verrazano Narrows where the British first landed to face George Washington's army at the beginning of the American Revolution. Military recruiters currently often use the garrison to funnel through new enlisted recruits from the New York metropolitan area to complete their paperwork and medical tests prior to leaving for basic training and their first assignment in active duty. (Photo by Chris Hondros)
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