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Camp Carroll Army Base in Daegu City, South Korea

Daegu City, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Carroll is a small camp located in Waegwan in the south east part of South Korea. The camp is named after Sergeant First Class Charles F. Carroll of the 72nd Combat Engineer Company, 5th Infantry Regiment. He was a posthumous...
Camp Casey Army Base in Daegu City, South Korea

Dongducheon, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Up until today, the Korea is still undergoing a very tumultuous division that has severely affected its relationship to various countries, specifically the United States of America. Ever since the Korean War in 1950 (which was the...
Camp Castle Army Base in Daegu City, South Korea

Dongducheon, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Castle is one of the few military bases still operating in South Korea. It covers almost 50 acres and is located in Dongducheon. The camp is not as important and large. It is located relatively close to a similar military bas...
Camp Eagle Army Base in South Korea

South Korea, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Eagle was once known as base R401 and was officially rededicated in 1989. The camp was one of the first projects that both the American and South Korean governments funded in unison and both supplied troops to build. At the t...
Camp Hovey Army Base in Seoul City, South Korea

Seoul City, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Hovey is one of the few US military bases hosted by South Korea. The name was given in the memory of Howard Hovey, who died during the Korean War. This camp is not independent and cannot be seen as a base. It is mostly a comp...
Camp Humphreys Army Base in Anjung Ri, South Korea

Anjung-Ri, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Humphreys is one of the small bases located in South Korea. It is about 90 km from Seoul and close to Anjeong-ri. Although it is small and its importance is not very relevant, the camp is among the military bases with the fas...
Camp Market Army Base in Bupyeong, South Korea

Bupyeong, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Located in Bupyeong, Camp Market is a small base in the larger USAG Yongsan Instillation. The base is home to the Marketing Office, the Defense Reutilization and the Army and Air Force Exchange services. The main function of Camp ...
Camp Red Cloud Army Base in Uijeongbu, South Korea

Uijeongbu, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Initially established as Camp Jackson and still referred by that name sometimes, Camp Red Cloud is located in Uijeongbu, north of Seoul and relatively close to the DMZ. The military base was renamed in the memory of Mitchell Red C...
Camp Stanley Army Base in Uijeongbu, South Korea

Uijeongbu, US Military Bases in South Korea

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Camp Stanley is one of the military bases run by the United States of America in South Korea. It is located close to Uijeongbu and is considered to be the largest part of the Red Cloud Garrison. It is located relatively close to t...
K 16 Air Base Army Base in Seongnam, South Korea

Seongnam, US Military Bases in South Korea

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K-16 Air Base, South Korea is located in the middle of the country, close to Seoul. It may be seen like a complementary camp for the more important and larger Camp Colben. K 16 is often referred to as a Seoul Air Base camp, althou...
USAG Daegu Army Base in Daegu, South Korea

Daegu, US Military Bases in South Korea

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USAG Daegu is by far the most important military facility owner and operated by the United States of America in South Korea. It is not just among the largest such facilities, but it is also responsible with the good functionality ...
USAG Yongsan Army Base in Yongsan, South Korea

Yongsan, US Military Bases in South Korea

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USAG Yongsan is the most important base run by the United States of America in South Korea. It is located in the capital of the country, in Seoul. It hosts the headquarters of the American presence in this country. The unit is ref...

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