Led Zepplins and the White Stripes were not the only rock acts that visited the Gulf Coast this summer.
The New York Times reported on Tuesday that the Trump administration is planning to open up a National Guard base near Corpus Christi, Texas, where it plans to deploy troops and training.
The Times also reported that Trump’s National Guard plans to be headquartered in Corpus Christis.
The new base is part of a broader expansion of the Trump Administration’s deployment plans.
The Associated Press reported that the Department of Defense has begun recruiting more than 200,000 new troops, and has plans to spend more than $6 billion to upgrade military facilities in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.
The Pentagon also plans to hire more than 1,500 additional military officers.
The Pentagon also announced that a second base in South Carolina will open this fall, after years of negotiations that led to a deal that would allow the Trump team to use the site.
The Trump team is also looking to use a nearby military base for training purposes.