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Two yao guai usually hang out near the northeastern tower, though they usually sleep at night.
At the southwestern base of the southwestern tower is the entrance to a military bunker, which is notable for holding the ham radio broadcasting the Civil Alert System Broadcast. Apart from that, the bunker contains only a military-grade circuit board, military-grade duct tape, a novice-locked ammunition box, and a novice-locked crate with minor loot.
If Automatron is installed, the layout of this location will change. It will be controlled by the Rust Devils. There will be a main gate that has a leveled machine gun turret nearby. Further into the compound there will be a raised hut with minor loot inside which will lead on to walkways that go up to the satellite dishes. At the end of the walk way there will be a terminal that will unlock a door at the base of the northern tower which will lead to the Fort Hagen hangar.
Note that the entrance to the original military bunker (the one with a ham radio) is located under another satellite dish to the south.
For loot found inside the hangar, see Fort Hagen hangar.
North of the satellite array, and southwest of the Federal ration stockpile, are the remains of an apparently crashed jet fuselage, a tank, and an armored fighting vehicle. From around and inside the AFV, a large number (12+) of fragmentation mines can be recovered.
The Fort Hagen satellite array only appears in Fallout 4.