Fort Hoyle

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Fort Hoyle (1922-1940) - A U.S. Army fort first established in 1922 on Gunpowder Neck, Harford County, Maryland. Named Fort Hoyle after Brigadier General Eli D. Hoyle (Cullum 2567). Became a part of Edgewood Arsenal in 1940.

History of Fort Hoyle

Established 7 Oct 1922 as an artillery range near Edgewood, Maryland. Located on the middle and tip of Gunpowder Neck.

Became a part of Edgewood Arsenal on 10 Sep 1940.

Current Status

Part of Aberdeen Proving Ground Harford County, Maryland.


USGS Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) Database Entry: 1698711


Location: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County, Maryland.

Maps & Images

Lat: 39.3883333 Long: -76.3013889

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