Colorado Military Housing
Colorado, which joined the union on August 1, 1876 as the 38th state, is the eighth largest state when it comes to land mass in America. It is situated in the Rocky Mountain region of the western United States.
Military bases in Colorado contain: Buckley AFB, Schriever AFB, Fort Carson, Peterson AFB, The Air Force Academy, as well as the infamous Cheyenne Mountain which became well known following the launch of the film "War Games" in 1983 and to this day it's home to NORAD.
Colorado is as it's found in the center of the Rocky Mountains with entries to the Rocky Mountain National Park, an attractive state that's famous because of its tourism and movie places. It is not smooth, rocky terrain offers a few of the top hiking areas with stunning waterfalls and panoramic views that can take your breath away. For experience while preventing the heat of the desert areas of the state, you might want to use white water rafting.
Obviously, in case your not scared of ghosts there are a lot of old ghost towns in Colorado which it is possible to see or investigate. A few of these ghost towns have even been preserved to serve as subtle reminders of how hard life was in the west.