This is used for facilities and on land used by the military. These may include the Navy, Army, Air Force and Marines. See the page titled Military for an introduction on its usage.
|military||airfield||A place where military planes take off and land.|
|military||ammunition||Military ammunition storage area.|
|military||bunker||Buildings, often build from concrete, to stand even heavier fire. Also WW2 pillboxes.|
|military||barracks||Buildings where soldiers live and work.|
|military||checkpoint||Place of a possible access to a restricted or secured area, where civilian visitors and vehicles will be controled by a military authority.|
|military||danger_area||Usually a large marked area around something like a firing range, bombing range, etc which can be an exclusion zone.|
|military||naval_base||A naval base|
|military||nuclear_explosion_site||Nuclear weapons test site|
|military||obstacle_course||A military obstacle course.|
|military||office||Military offices, e.g. general staff office, military recruitment office etc|
|military||range||Where soldiers practice with their weapons (firing, bombing, artillery, …).|
|military||training_area||An area where soldiers train and weapons or other military technology are experimented with or are tested.|
|military||trench||Trenches used for military purposes|
|military||launchpad||Launchpads used for military purposes, see tag:aeroway=launchpad for civilian use|
|military||user defined||All commonly used values according to Taginfo|
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