List of South Hills military bases

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This page contains a list of military installations owned, operated, or utilized by the Armed Forces of South Hills currently in operation within South Hills and abroad, as well as a list of military facilities known to have been closed down.

South Hills operates a large network of military installations, and is one of the largest operators of foreign military bases among the major powers, with known locations in nine nations hosting 13 major military bases, with approximately an additional nine known smaller operations within those same nations. The SHAF Head Command claims there are around 1,200 total military installations, with approximately 150 overseas. Due to the delicate nature of the information however, there is no definitive listing of all South Hills operations, as they deal in highly classified materials. The total number of foreign locations that are either in active utilization or have the potential for activation by the UCCS and its allies is at just over 250.

Map of countries hosting South Hills Bases
(South Hills in red; Nations hosting SH bases in blue; Nations that formerly hosted SH bases in light blue)


A military installation is defined as a military base, fort, post, station, port, or any other minor operation under the direction of the South Hills Department of Homeland Affairs and Defense (DoHAD). Some installations may consist of more than one physical site.

By Service



  • SHAF Head Command (HCOM), located in the UCCS capital, Ronald F.D.
  • Point Pleasant Joint Facility, Hanksfjørd
  • Joint Base Costa Dorada, Lado Sereno
  • Nework Joint Base and Port, New Tilden
  • Goffeston Join Facility, Gran Lanjoeste


  • Ranisport, Bana- Ranisport Air-Naval Base
  • Serdemia- Joint Defense Facility Chernopolsk
  • Alexandrograd, Serdemia- Alexandrograd Air Base
  • Clifport, Dræset- Clifport Joint Facility
  • Bluixginia, Nacata- Hanks Joint Defense Facility
  • Riesigfels, Arkalarius- Arino Air Base
  • Soturikaup, Tiervan- Soturikaup Joint Defense Facility
  • Tyrcis, Lyon- Joint Defense Facility Tyrcis

Army and Air Bases



  • Kurgask, Nuesperanza- Kurgask Air Base
  • Dræset- Fort Barron Air Field
  • Seestadt, Arkalarius- Seestadt Air Base
  • Halke, Heisen League- Halke Field Air Base
  • Old Caga, Nacata- Caga Air Base

Naval Bases



  • Bekwern, Heisen League- Bekwern Naval Air Station
  • Insularenstadt, Arkalarius- Zwillingsinseln Naval Base
  • Norstadt, Arkalarius- Norstadt Naval Air Station
  • Bardavia, Arkalarius- Bardavia Naval Base
  • Saint Andrews, Nacata- Andrews Naval Base


  • Jahal Natûsa, Qumar- Jahal Natûsa Facility. Although denied by the DoHAD, a number of former military personnel claim that South Hills operated a top secret military facility in Qumar, located on the outskirts of the capital of Jahal Natûsa, which they claim was in operation from 1979 until 2001. The explicit reason for the facility's mission and why is was closed down are unknown, although sources claim it's primary mission was special operations, likely pertaining to coerce and capture tactics of Packilvania-supported terror groups.
  • Aura, Emberwood Coast- Joint Defense Facility Aura. In operation from 2017-2020, Emberwood Coast had initiated a budget revision wherein the military budget had been reduced by 50%, and as a result commissioned South Hills to establish a joint defense facility as a response to a political crisis in which the Emberitian president's life had been threatened. By 2019, Emberitian public opinion had resulted in the expiration of the base's funding contract, and South Hills forces abandoned the base by the end of 2020.
  • Baronburg, Fortuna- Baronburg Joint Defense Facility. At the height of Packilvanian aggression in the 1980's, the Fortunan state of Emili agreed to host a military facility with South Hills in the event of a potential military incursion by Packilvania. The base provided logistical and military services to the island nation, and was one of the largest bases operated by South Hills during its existence. However, as the Unitary Nationalist Party rose to power in the late 1980's and through to the election of Triston Lyone in 1999, the nation, although unified, had become increasingly isolationist and nationalist. As a result, the Lyone regime requested in 1999 that South Hills withdrew from Baronburg, and by the end of that year the South Hills Armed Forces had done as such in the spirit of respecting national sovereignty.