1 of 9First established in 1918 as Camp Bragg, the post was named after Confederate general Braxton Bragg, a native North Carolinian. (Photo by Gerry Broome/Associated Press)
2 of 9Originally Camp Hood, it was named in 1942 for Confederate general John Bell Hood, commander of the Texas Brigade.
3 of 9The namesake post of Gen. Ambrose Powell Hill, Jr., who was killed during the Civil War. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
4 of 9Named for Gen. Edmund Rucker, a native Tennessean who became an industrial magnate in Alabama, following the war. (Photo by U.S. Army)
5 of 9Built in the 1940s, the post is named after Episcopal bishop and Confederate general Leonidas Polk. (Photo by Lolita Baldor/Associated Press
6 of 9The Virginia Army National Guard post is named for Maj. Gen. George Pickett, whose namesakes also include a bloody offensive on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, dubbed "Pickett's Charge." (Photo by Virginia Army National Guard)
7 of 9Fort Lee is named for the revered commander of the Confederate army, Gen. Robert E. Lee. (Photo by U.S. Army)
8 of 9The Louisiana guard post is named for Gen. Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard (Photo by Louisiana Army National Guard)
9 of 9Formerly Camp Gordon, the post was named for Lt. Gen. John Brown Gordon, who went on to become a U.S. senator from Georgia and that state's governor after the war. (Photo by Boston Public Library)
As local governments and college campuses take down more and more monuments to Confederate heroes, eyes are turning to the military — particularly the Army, which has 10 installations named after Confederate officers.
The discussion has surfaced periodically throughout the years, most recently following a racially motivated church shooting in 2015, when a Pentagon official told CNN that there had been no moves to change any post names.
The Army posts named for Confederates are Fort Lee, Fort Hood, Fort Benning, Fort Gordon, Fort Bragg, Fort Polk, Fort Pickett, Fort A.P. Hill, Fort Rucker and Camp Beauregard.
Meanwhile, the Navy has three ships named after Confederates.