Fort Screven

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Fort Screven, situated on Tybee Island, Georgia, is a historic military site constructed in the late 19th century for coastal defense, named after Brigadier General James Screven. The fort played a vital role in both World War I and World War II, safeguarding the southeastern coast of the United States from naval threats. After its decommissioning post-World War II, the fort's structures were preserved, making it a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore well-preserved buildings, including officers' quarters and gun batteries, gaining insight into early 20th-century military life. (Submitted by Shirley Beauchemin Thurston)

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