Camp Toccoa
Camp Toccoa was a US Army paratrooper training camp west of Toccoa, Georgia that was in use from 1941 to 1946 during World War II. The camp was used to train units such as the US 506th Infantry Regiment, which belonged to the US 101st Airborne Division, and a prominent local landmark was Currahee Mountain, with paratroopers being forced to run "three miles up, three miles down". The camp was deactivated in 1946 after the war's end.


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