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The World War One U.S. Army training camp in Deming, New Mexico was named after the famous buffalo hunter, William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). The Camp was active from July 1916 until the end of December 1918. More then 30,000 soldier were stationed at Camp Cody.
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