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Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.

Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations. Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.

Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.



The fort is is more of an attraction to the area, as it has been wonderfully renovated and part of its building are used as housing facilities for small army divisions, and others are used as inn for tourists. There is also a Fort Sheridan museum, one of the biggest local attractions.

The fort is is more of an attraction to the area, as it has been wonderfully renovated and part of its building are used as housing facilities for small army divisions, and others are used as inn for tourists. There is also a Fort Sheridan museum, one of the biggest local attractions. The fort is is more of an attraction to the area, as it has been wonderfully renovated and part of its building are used as housing facilities for small army divisions, and others are used as inn for tourists. There is also a Fort Sheridan museum, one of the biggest local attractions.

The fort is is more of an attraction to the area, as it has been wonderfully renovated and part of its building are used as housing facilities for small army divisions, and others are used as inn for tourists. There is also a Fort Sheridan museum, one of the biggest local attractions.



Fort Sheridan is very rich, culturally-speaking, as it has no less than 8 schools and academies, among which Woodlands Academy and Highland Park High School. The near-by town is also called Fort Sheridan, and it is very picturesque. All these tend to compensate for the lack of any military activity here at Fort Sheridan and, every now and then, the fort receives press, for example on occasions such as general debates from parents of children learning at the fort's schools. Recently, the Washington Post has popularized a similar situation, dated November 15, 2007. Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.

Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations. Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.

Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations. Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.

Fort Sheridan was closed in 1993 and is now a reserve Army training facility located in Illinois, named after Civil War Cavalry General Philip Sheridan. It was built in 1889 and today it is more of an historical site than a real army facility, although it trains troops on 90 acres of land. The fort has been very important during World War I and World War II, as it was a place where many soldiers were trained, thus helping the general performance of the U.S.A. in the theater of operations.