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Fort Huachuca near Tucson, AZ
Fort Huachuca
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Fort Huachuca near Tucson, AZ


Quebedeaux Mitsubishi is proud to serve the Fort Huachuca Army Base and its surrounding area, which are located just an hour from our dealership. Because of the base and city’s proximity, it is one of our favorite road trips with has many attractions that military personnel and civilians love. Once you throw in the incredible spots to eat, there’s no other city quite like it!

Fort Huachuca was officially established in 1877 and is located just 15 miles from the Mexican border. From 1913 to 1933, the Fort served as the base for the Buffalo Soldiers of the 10th Cavalry Regiment. The nickname has many disagreeing origins ranging from the Cheyenne warriors to a name simply given due to the soldier’s bravery and fighting ability.

One of the main attractions is the Buffalo Soldier Museum, officially known as the Fort Huachuca Museum. With a mission to preserve and offer exhibits that present its history and the history of the military in the southwestern United States, the museum hosts several thousand artifacts. Best of all, the museum is open to the public free of charge.

Like any great city, Huachuca is home to several fantastic places to eat. The cozy Jonesin Coffee serves breakfast and brunch and often features food made-to-order. Also serving breakfast and brunch, the Landmark Café is a small town diner that treats every customer like a long-time friend. Stop in for a warm welcome and a great bite to eat!

Fort Huachuca Military Jet
By U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Sheldon Thompson [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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