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121ST GENERAL HOSPITAL Bldg 7005
South Post, Yongsan
APO, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7917-3155
DSN: (315) 737-3155
URL: http://www.seoul.amedd.korea.army.mil
Located on Yongsan Garrison/South Post Medical The 18th MEDCOM and the U.S. Army Community Hospital, Seoul, provides medical care for personnel and their families stationed in Seoul and throughout Korea. The hospital has a current inpatient capacity of 61 with the capability to expand. The hospital also contains clinics providing primary, pediatric, medical, surgical, obstetrical, gynecological, optometry, and psychiatric care, as well as some sub-specialty care. Ancillary services include pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology. An active social work service provides family advocacy services to the community, as does a drug & alcohol and rehabilitation facility. Civilian employees and their families, if not military beneficiaries, may use the military hospital and clinics, but they pay for their care. It is strongly suggested that they have adequate health insurance. All service members requesting command sponsorship are REQUIRED to have their family members medically screened. If family members need special medical care, the Korea Exceptional Family Member Program office will screen the documents and advise personnel on the availability of medical services in Korea, either on or off post. A variety of health promotion and wellness programs are available through the Nutrition Care Division and Community Health Nursing, Preventive Medicine Services, including weight and cholesterol reduction, modified diets, tobacco cessation, etc. Dental There are three dental clinics on Yongsan Garrison. Access to dental care in Army clinics is space-available for all beneficiaries other than active-duty soldiers, according to the priorities in AR 40-400. Dental Clinic #2 provides care for active duty military and has some space available for routine care for active duty family members, but not enough to meet all their needs. Space for routine care is not currently available for retirees and their family members or civilian employees. However, all categories of beneficiaries may seek emergency dental care. Carius Dental Clinic supports active duty military. Dental Clinic #3 provides pediatric and orthodontic dental care. Active-duty family members can improve their access to dental care by using the Tricare Dental Plan (TDP) in Korea if they are enrolled. Rules for using the TDP are different OCONUS, so family members should check with the TDP representative located in Dental Clinic #2 before receiving treatment. Orthodontic care for family members is quite limited. Patients in treatment may be accepted for continuation of care at Dental Clinic #3 if space is available. Opportunities for new case starts are rare. TDP orthodontists are available to continue care or start new cases.
8th Personnel Command URL: http://www-8perscom.korea.army.mil
Visit 8th Personnel Command website for more information about Korea. Go to "Welcome To Korea."
AAFES (ANNEX) CAMP STANLEY
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5364
HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 1000-1730, SAT 1000-1400, CLOSED SUNDAY
AAFES (MAIN PX) BLDG S-3008, CAMP CASEY
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4865/4860
HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-SUN 1000-2000
AAFES (PX) Bldg S-3008, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4860
Proximity to site: ON-POST
AAFES Main Store, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4860
DSN: 730-4860
AAFES, CRC Phone: 031-870-6574
DSN: 732-6574
AAFES BLDG # 9, CAMP RED CLOUD
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6574/7242
HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-THU 1100-1900, FRI 1100-2000, SAT -SUN 1100-1900
AAFES BLDG 3821, CAMP HOVEY
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5146
HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-SUN 1100-1900
AAFES BLDG 2300, CAMP STANLEY
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5555
HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 1000-2100, SAT/SUN 1000-1900
ACAP, Camp Mobile Phone: 031-869-4033
DSN: 730-4033
DSN Fax: 730-4037
Activities URL: http://mwr.korea.army.mil
URL: http://www.uso.org/korea/
URL: http://english.tour2korea.com
For more information about activites in Area 1/2ID and local community events visit website.
Ambulance, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-3602
DSN: 730-3602/116
Ambulance, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6928
DSN: 732-6928
American Chambers of Commerce 4501 Trade Tower
159-1 Sam Sung Dong, Kangnam-Kul
Seoul Korea,, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-2-564-2040
Fax: 011-82-2-564-2050
Proximity to site: OFF-POST
American Red Cross Bldg 2317
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869--3184
Fax: (315) 730-3130
DSN: (315) 730-3184/3252
The American Red Cross stands behind U.S. Military personnel as they stand guard for freedom around the world. Political unrest and terrorist activities, frequently aimed at Americans, increasingly threaten that freedom. Our soldier's who serve their country proudly by choice, must deal with the complexities of today's world, inherent risks and dangers, and the sophisticated technology now employed. - Emergency Communications for our military and family 24/7: - Verification of critical illness or death of loved one, birth announcements and reports on welfare when there is an interruption in communications. - Counseling in personal and family problems. - Information about benefits available to military personnel and their families. - Emergency travel financial assistance on behalf of Army Emergency Relief. - Information and referral to other resources and agencies for services. - Disaster preparedness and reports on the welfare of family in disaster affected areas. - Disaster assistance to meet basic emergency needs (food, clothing, shelter) - Health and Safety Training: CPR/First Aid and Aquatics - Volunteer opportunities abound! - International services Family reunions and foreign location inquiries.
American Red Cross Bldg S-16
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6160
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6324
Fax: 011-82-31-870-7036
DSN: (315) 732-6160/6324
DSN Fax: (315) 732-7036
Hours of Operation: 0730-1630
American Red Cross Bldg 2365
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870--5610
Fax: 011-82-31-870-5415
DSN: (315) 732-5610
DSN Fax: (315) 732-5415
Hours of Operation: 0730-1630
American Red Cross Bldg 2259
Yongsan
APO, 96250
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3670
DSN: (315) 783-3670
HOURS OF OPERATION: SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS DAILY, L
American Red Cross Bldg 2317, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-3184/3252
Fax: 730-3130
Area 1 Army Community Service Unit # 15707
Camp Red Cloud
APO AP
96258-0707
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-9177
Fax: 011-82-31-870-6876
DSN: (315) 732-9177
DSN Fax: (315) 732-6876
Area 1 Pear Blossom Cottages Phone: 011-82-31-870-9177
Fax: 011-82-31-870-6876
DSN: 732-9177
DSN Fax: 732-6876
The Pear Blossom Cottage (PBC)delivers social support services for Area 1 families. The Cottages simulate an "American-style" home with several amenities including washers and dryers, ovens, and indoor play areas. The cultural diversity found at the PBC creates an educational environment for all family members who visit. In addition to social support, the PBC provide opportunities for growth and self-sufficiency through classes, seminars and recreational outing. Pear Blossom Cottages are located at Camps Casey, Red Cloud, and Stanley.
Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) Camp Mobile
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4033/4031 Hours: 0730-1630
Fax: 730-4061
Proximity to site: ON-POST
Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) Camp Mobile
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4033/4031 Hours: 0730-1630
Fax: 730-4061
Proximity to site: ON-POST
Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) Camp Mobile
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4033/4031
Proximity to site: ON-POST
ARMY CAREER AND ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP) Bldg T-2454, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4033/4031
Fax: 730-4061
Army Community Service Director Area I Support Activity
IMKO-AA-MWA
Unit 15707
Camp Red Cloud, 96258-0707
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-9177
Fax: 011-82-31-870-6876
DSN: 315-732-9177
DSN Fax: 315-732-6876

Army Community Service (ACS) Bldg S-16
, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7277
Fax: (315) 732-6876
DSN: (315) 732-7277
Proximity to site: ON-POST There are many areas to Volunteer in...Army Community Service(ACS), Chapel, American Red Cross, Hospital, Dental Clinic, and Sports Programs. - There's a place for everyone; military personnel, family members and civilians are all encouraged to share their time and energy as members of the ACS team. - Many types of help are needed; your ACS Center has a wide variety of Volunteer opportunities -- from clerical skills to "people" skills like teaching and welcoming new arrivals. - ACS provides training; the volunteer supervisor will put your skills to work and provide training in areas that are new to you. - The rewards are great; besides the personal rewards that come from knowing that you're helping someone. Volunteering is a way to gain or improve job skills, meet people and stay in touch with the community around you. - Contact your local ACS in Korea for applications and assistance.
Army Community Service (ERP) Bldg 2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3694
DSN: (315) 730-3694
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3121
Purpose to assist spouses in acquiring skills, network, and resources that will allow them to participate in the work force and develop a career/work plan by providing comprehensive, accurate easily accessible, and up-to-date information on available employment opportunities, education and volunteer resources.
Army Community Service, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-3107/3062
DSN: 730-3107/3062
Army Community Service, Camp Casey Bldg S-2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3107
DSN: (315) 730-3107/3062
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3121
ACS is an important part of the Army's program to assist soldiers and families in meeting specific needs. ACS offers a wide variety of programs tailored to assist Army families living on and off post. ACS is the place to go for answers to your questions and help with concerns or other issues facing military families.
Army Community Service, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 011-82-31-870-7779
DSN: (315) 732-7779
Army Community Service, Camp Stanley Phone: 011-82-31-870-5883
DSN: (315) 732-5883
Army Community Service Bldg # 2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3062
DSN: (315) 730-3062
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3121
Army Community Service (ACS) would like to welcome you to your assignment to Area I/2ID. The Area I ACS offers the following services to U.S. Military, Civilian and Family Members: - Relocation Assistance Program - Welcome Packet - Standard Installation Topic Exchange Service (SITES) - Information and Referral - Lending Closet - Financial and Budget Management - Consumer Education - Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) - Army Family Team Building (AFTB) - Family Advocacy Program - Volunteer Program - Army Emergency Relief (AER) - Passport Services
Army Community Service Area I Support Activity
IMKO-AA-MWA
Unit # 15707
APO, 96258-0707
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-9144
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7779
Fax: 011-82-31-870-6876
DSN: 315-732-9144
DSN Fax: 315-732-6876
Email: SITES2800@korea.army.mil

Army Community Service Building 2306, Camp Casey, Unit 15543, APO AP 96224
Building 2342, Camp Stanley, Unit 15707, APO AP 96258
Building 16, Camp Red Cloud, Unit 15707, APO AP 96258
Dongducheon City, , 480030
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3107
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5883
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7779
Fax: 011-82-31-869-3121
DSN: 315-730-3107
DSN Fax: 315-730-3121
Email: Sites2800@korea.army.mil
Area I Army Community Service (ACS) reaches and serves a population spanning over 150 kilometers. With Camp Casey as its hub, ACS has 2 other satelllite facilities located at Camp Red Cloud and Camp Stanley. Each satellite center is equipped to handle requests for Loan Closet items and Information & Referral on available local resources. Through our Outreach Program we are capable of providing monthly scheduled classes, training, counseling, Unit Service Coordinators and various other essential services.
Army Emergency Relief (AER) Bldg 2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 01182318693089 Hours: 0800-1700
DSN: (315) 730-3089
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3131
URL: http://www.aerhq.org/
AER is a private non-profit organization with the mission to help soldiers and their dependents. AER's primary mission is to provide financial assistance to soldiers and their family members in time of valid emergency need. AER's education assistance program is a secondary mission to help Army families with the costs of post secondary vocational training, preparation for acceptance by service academies, and undergraduate level education for their dependent children. WHO DOES AER HELP? - Active duty soldiers, single or married, and their dependents - ARNG and USAR soldiers on active duty for more than 30 days and their dependents - Soldiers retired from active duty for longevity or physical disability, and their dependents.
Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Bldg 2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 01182318693002
Fax: (315) 730-3121
DSN: (315) 730-3002
URL: http://www.aftb.org
Army Sponsorship Progam - Korea URL: http://www-8perscom.korea.army.mil
The Army Sponsorship Program is designed to ease the transition from duty assignment to duty assignment. Soldiers on orders to Korea requesting Sponsorship information; visit 8th Personnel Command website:
Army Substance Abuse Program: (ASAP) Bldg #S-47, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-2349/2846/1315
Fax: 730-1232
Clinical Director: 730-2510 Education Coordinator: 730-1229 Biochem Test Coordinator: 730-1228 Urinalysis Room: 730-1228 The Area I/2ID Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)provides a full range of screening, treatment, prevention and testing programs to support a sober and drug-free lifestyle for every soldier, civilian, retiree, and family member in the Area I/2ID. Services provided by our ASAP staff include: - Evaluations - Individual Counseling - Group Counseling - Unit Classes - Qualifying Training for Unit Alcohol and Drug coordinators - NCOPD/OPD Classes - Family Counseling - Drug Testing - Staff Assistance Visits - One Day workshops - Commanders Training In addition to the main Army Substance Abuse Program Clinic(ASAP) in Building S-47 in Camp Casey, four ASAP Clinics are operated throughout the division at Camps Casey, Page, Howze, and Stanley. Soldiers requesting help for themselves or someone in their unit should call their local ASAP Clinic. Soldiers with questions related to prevention education, drug testing or policy issues should call the ADCO at 730-2349. The fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous is also active in the 2ID. For times and locations of AA meetings call your local ASAP Clinic. In case you're new to Korea and/or the Area I/2ID here are a few local myths and facts. MYTH: Over here you can drink as much as you want. FACT: Last year over 700 soldiers in the Area I/2ID I required professional alcohol and drug abuse treatment. Some needed weeks of hospitalization to regain control of their lives. Some ended their military careers right here. MYTH: Soju is a special kind of alcohol with drugs in it. FACT: Soju is a traditional distilled liquor with an alcohol content of about 25%. It contains rice, sweet potato, barley and tapioca. No opium, no amphetamines. Trace amounts of formaldehyde in Soju are consistent with the trace amounts present in ALL distilled liquors. It is relatively cheap and therefore quite popular with alcoholics on limited budgets. MYTH: You don't have to worry about drug testing over here. FACT: Over 2000 drug tests are accomplished in the 2ID every month. Special testing of 2ID specimens at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in D.C. and at the Forensic Toxicology in Hawaii permits detection of 20 categories of drugs. Soldiers with more than 3 years of active duty who test positive for illicit drugs will be processed for administrative separation. MYTH: If I do have a problem with alcohol or drugs the best thing for me to do is keep it under wraps. FACT: Alcohol and drug abuse problems rarely go away all by themselves. The longer you keep your "secret" the bigger the troubles when the wraps come off. Our Veterans Hospitals treat thousands of alcohol and drug abusers who refused to ask for help until they went down hard. Many of them now suffer from Organic Brain Damage, Cirrhosis of the Liver and other illnesses directly related to the drinking they did while on active duty. ASSESSING RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH INTOXICATION NORMALLY, individuals begin to feel the toxic effects of alcohol at .02 - .04 blood alcohol concentration (BAC), with a flushed sensation, diminished inhibitions and slight impairment to their physical coordination and mental alertness. At .05 - .10, coordination problems become more pronounced, impulse control is impaired and a condition most people would interpret as "under the influence" becomes apparent. In the U.S. Army, a BAC of .05 or above can constitute impaired for duty. At .10-.20, gross impairment with slurred speech, impaired vision, exaggerated emotional responses, and staggering is experienced. At this stage, the risk of intoxicated person injuring themselves or others increases substantially. Falls, fights, pedestrian injuries, and other accidents are common. At .20 - .30,
Army Substance Abuse Program: (ASAP) Bldg S-2425, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5906
Better Opportunities for Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers (BOSS) Bldg # 3974
Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-5125
DSN: (315) 730-5125
URL: http://mwr.korea.army.mil/boss.htm
Better Opportunities for Single (and Unaccompanied) Soldiers, or BOSS, is a dynamic soldier program in Korea. It is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for single or geographically single soldiers by providing them an effective voice at the installation where they serve. Soldiers and MWR advisors work hand-in-hand with commanders, command sergeant majors, and first sergeants to provide superior leisure programs and help direct the resolution of quality of life issues for soldiers
Billeting, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6377
DSN: 732-6377
Bowling Center, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4577
DSN: 730-4577
Bowling Center, Camp Hovey Phone: 031-869-5168
DSN: 730-5168
Bowling Center, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6930
DSN: 732-6930
Bowling Center, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5370
DSN: 732-5370
Bowling Center Bldg S-3014, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4577/6794
Hours of Operation: Sun-Thu/Holidays 1100-2200, Fri/Sat 1100-2400
Bowling Center Bldg S-3823, Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5168/5539
Hours of Operation: Mon/Wed/Thu 1600-2200, Fri 1700-2400, Sat 1300-2300 Sun/Holidays 1300-2200, Closed Tue
Bowling Center Bldg S-12
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6930
DSN: (315) 732-6930
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 1100 - 2300, Fri 1100 -2 400, Sat 1000 - 2400, Sun 1300 -2300
Bowling Center Bldg S-2478
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
DSN: 732-5370
Hours of Operation: Sun-Thur 11 - 2200 Fri-Sat 11 - 2400
Bus (Myung Jin) Bldg 2609
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 011-82-31-869-4259
DSN: (315) 730-4259
Price for Myung Jin Bus Service: All Tickets are One Way Camp Casey - Yongsan $4.30/4,500 won Camp Casey - Camp Jackson $1.50/1,800 won Camp Casey - Camp Red Cloud $1.70/1,750 won *** Free Shuttle Bus services is available between installations within Area 1/2ID during duty hours.
Bus (Myung Jin) Bldg 14
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6669
DSN: (315) 732-6669
Price for Myung Jin Bus Service: All Tickets are One Way Camp Red Cloud - Yongsan $3.30/3,450 won Camp Red Cloud - Camp Jackson $1.00/1050 won *** Free Shuttle Bus services is available between installations within Area 1/2ID during duty hours..
Bus (Myung Jin) Bldg 708
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6669
DSN: (315) 732-6669
*** Shuttle Bus services from Camp Stanley to Camp Red Cloud is free during and after duty hours.
Bus Terminal, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4259
DSN: 730-4259
Bus Terminal, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6805
DSN: 732-6805
Bus Terminal, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-6669
DSN: 732-6669
CALUMET Group Korea MWR G1
Unit 15236
AP  96205
DSN: 738-5514
DSN Fax: 738-5516
The Calumet Group Inc. was awarded the ACS Umbrella Services Contract in September 2001. The Umbrella Services contract brings together a wide variety of individual service contracts that have supplemented ACS Service Center staffs. ACS Services include: Relocation Assistance, Financial Managment Services, Family Member Employment, Installation Volunteer Services, Cottage Managers,Family Advocacy Trainers, Exceptional Family Member Services, Army Family Action Plan and Army Family Team Building and services, and related support services. We provide services in 13 different programs. Currently there are 50 positions, both full and part time in ACS locations all across the Republic of Korea. Full time empolyment is 40 hours per week and part time is 20 hours. Normal working hours range from 0800 - 1700hrs, Monday - Friday. For additional information, please contact Calumet at the number listed above.
Camp Red Cloud Chapel
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6169
DSN: (315) 732-6169/6466
2ID CHAPLAIN'S OFFICE: 732-7999 Services: - Catholic Mass: Sun 0900 - Protestant Service: Sun 1100 - COGIC Sun 1230 - KATUSA Service: Sun 1730 - Protestant Fellowship: Sun 1200 - KATUSA Morning Prayer: Tue 0730 - KATUSA Bible Study: Wed 1900 - COGIC Bible Study: Wed 1900 - Protestant Bible Study: Wed 1900 - Peneckostil Bible Study: Thur 1900 - COGIC Joy Night: Fri 1900 - Sunday School: Sun 1100 - Worship Service (COGIC): Sun 1300 - Choir Practice (COGIC): Sun 1230 - KATUSA Worship: Sun 1830 - Prayer Service (COGIC): Mon 1900 - Bible Study (COGIC): Tue 1900 - Catholic Mass: Wed 1200 - KATUSA Bible Study/Fellowship: Wed 1900 - Choir Rchearsal (COGIC): Tue 1900 - Joy Night Service (COGIC): Fri 1930 - Soldiers Night: Sat 1900 - Protestant Bible Study: Thu 1900
Casey Lodge, Camp Casey Phone: 011-82-31-869-4247
DSN: (315) 730-4247
Central Texas College (CTC) East Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-2858/2859
Proximity to site: ON-POST Tuition: Student Cost 25% Programs designed to support CCAF (two-year programs only). Tuition Chart: SH *FULL PAY **GOVERMENT (75%) **STUDENT (25%) 1 $79.00 $59.25 $19.75 3 $237.00 $177.75 $59.25 * Tuition Fees for Family Members, DoD Civilians, and other authorized personnel. ** Tuition Fees for Active Duty Soldiers eligible for the Army's Tuition Assistance (TA) Program.
Central Texas College Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5159/5163
Proximity to site: ON-POST * PLEASE CHECK-OUT ABOVE CTC INFORMATION!
Central Texas College Bldg S-58, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-7361
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1700
Central Texas College Bldg 2443, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5354
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0830-1630
Central Texas College Bldg T-214, Camp Page
96208
DSN: 721-5840
Proximity to site: ON POST Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0900-1600
CHAMPUS, Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) Bldg #S-807, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4861
Fax: 730-4512
CHAMPUS is available at all military facilities overseas. Prior to obtaining any medical care under CHAMPUS, other than emergency, you should seek advice from a CHAMPUS advisor to preclude bills for unauthorized care. At this dispensary, information may be obtained by contacting the Patient Administration Branch.
CHAMPUS Bldg 7005, South Post, Yongsan
APO, 96205
Phone: 737-3915
CID, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4256
DSN: 730-4256
CID, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6709
DSN: 732-6709
Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC), Camp Red Cloud Bldg # 608, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7399
DSN: (315) 732-7399
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700 SERVICES: - "On the Ground" local services - Accept job applications - Face-to-face interaction with customers - Inform applicants of employment status - Process and orient new employees - Advise and assist employees on benefits, and entitlements
Civilian Personnel Advisory Centers, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 011-82-31-870-6007
DSN: (315) 732-6007
URL: http://cpoc-www.korea.army.mil
Visit CPOC website for more information about employment
Civilian Personnel Operations Center (CPOC) Bldg # T-1685, Camp Henry
APO, 96218
Phone: 768-7316/8084
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700 SERVICES: - Behind the Scenes "Factory". - Regional production center responsible for technical, regulatory and statutory requirements. - Provides day-to-day administrative personnel and processing work that does not require face-to-face interaction with customers.
Claims Office Bldg T-43
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-1895
DSN: (315) 730-1895
Club (Borderline Cafe) Bldg S-3974, Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5166/1790
Hours of Operation: Dining: Daily 1130-1330/1700-2300 Bar: Sun-Thu 1700-2300, Fri/Sat 1700-0100
Club (CG's Mess) Bldg S-109
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-8797
Hours of Operation: Dining: Mon-Fri 0700-0830/1130-1300/1730-1930, Sat 1130-1300/1600-1750, Sun 1100-1330.
Club (Community Club) Bldg 3003
Camp Essayons
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: 732-6543
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 1700-2300, Fri-Sat 1700-0200, Sat 1700-2400
Club (Edeewa) Bldg 315
Camp Kyle
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-7971
Hours of Operation: Tue-Thu 1700-2300, Fri-Sat 1700-0100, Sun 1700-2300, Closed Mon
Club (Gateway) Bldg T-2540
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-3400
Hours of Operation: Bar: Mon-Thur 11-1100, Fri-Sat 11-0100 Sun 11-1100 Game Room: Mon 1100-2230, Tue 1300-2230, Wed 1300-2300, Thu 1100-2300 Fri 1100-0030, Sat 1000-0030, Sun 1000-2230
Club (Hard R.O.K. Cafe) Bldg S-2990
Camp Castle
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-3918
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 1700-2300, Fri-Sat 1700-2400, Holi 1700-2300, Closed Sun
Club (O'Club Annex) Bldg 2202
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-5515
Hours of Operation: Tue-Thu 1800-0100, Fri-Sat 1800-0200, Closed Mon & Sun
Club (Stripes) Bldg 2125
Camp Jackson
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-6734
Hours of Operation: Bar: Tue-Fri/Sun 1700-2300, Sat 1500-2300, Closed Mon
Club (Warrior's) Bldg S-533
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-2195
Hours of Operation: Dining: Mon-Sun 1100-2200 Bar: Tue-Sun 1700-2100 Sun 1000-1400
Commissary, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4452
DSN: 730-4452
Commissary, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5513
DSN: 732-5513
COMMISSARY BLDG S-3003, CAMP CASEY
APO, 96224
Phone: 011-82-31-869-4451
DSN: (315)-730-4451
HOURS OF OPERATION: Tues-Thurs 1100-1900, Fri-Sun 1100-2000, Closed Monday.
COMMISSARY CAMP STANLEY
APO, 96257
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5513
DSN: (315) 732-5513
HOURS OF OPERATION: Tue 1200-1830, Wed 1100-2000, Thu 1130-2000, Fri 1100-2000, Sat 1100-1900, Sun 1100-1830, Closed Monday. SPONSOR ONLY ON TUESDAYS AND THE FIRST TWO HOURS EACH DAY. PROVIDES CUSTOMARY COMMISSARY SUPPORT IN LIMITED QUANTITIES FOR AUTHORIZED PATRONS. SPECIAL ORDERS CAN BE MADE THROUGH THE MANAGER. IF THE YONGSAN COMMISSARY CARRIES IT, IT CAN BE SPECIAL ORDERED. WEEKLY SHIPMENTS RECEIVED ON SUNDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
COMMISSARY CAMP RED CLOUD
APO, 96258
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7649
DSN: (315) 732-7649
HOURS OF OPERATION: Tue-Sun 1100-1900, Monday CLOSED
Community Activity Center, CAC Bldg S-2475
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-4601
DSN: (315) 730-4601
DSN Fax: (315) 730-4627
Hours of Operation: Mon - sun 1200 - 2100
Community Activity Center, CAC Bldg # 3917B
Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-5125
Phone: 011-82-31-869-5124
DSN: (315) 730-5125
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 1200 - 2100 Sat - Sun 1000 - 2100
Community Activity Center, CAC Bldg # S-3
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6246
Phone: 011-82-31-870-9246
DSN: (315) 732-6246
Hours of Operation: Mon-Sun 0800-2200
Community Activity Center, CAC Bldg # S-2497
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5366
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5367
DSN: (315) 732-5366
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 1200 - 2200 Sat - Sun 1000 - 2200
Community Bank, Camp Casey Phone: 011-82-31-869-6871
DSN: (315) 730-6871
Community Bank, Camp Hovey Phone: 011-82-31-869-5154
DSN: (315) 730-5154
Community Bank, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 011-82-31-870-6019
DSN: (315) 732-6019
Community Bank, Camp Stanley Phone: 011-82-31-870-5502
DSN: (315) 732-5502
Contracting Command Korea (CCK) Bldg 1130, Camp Coiner
APO, 96205
Phone: 011-82-7914-6953
DSN: 724-6953
Proximity to site: ON-POST (Yongsan) HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700 SERVICES: Area I/2ID Contract Job Information available at CCK.
Crusader Chapel Bldg 1044
Phone: 730-4968
Worship Service: - Protestant Service: Sun 1100
Dental Clinic Bldg 808
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-6753
DSN: (315) 730-6753/6286
DISCOM Chapel Bldg 2346
Phone: 730-3014/3012
Worship Services: - Protestant Service: Sun 1000 - Gospel Service: Sun 1145 - KATUSA Service: Sun 1830
Dongducheon Community Home-Study School 510-2 Saengyon 1- Dong
Dongducheon, 483-031
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-864-4636/868-5820
Proximity to site: 5 Minutes outside Camp Casey main gate. Tuition: Varies with grade and number of children attending. School dates begin the Wednesday after Labor Day. Dongducheon Home Community Home-Study School is owned and operated by the parents. This school was opened with three basic principles in mind: 1) To have the parents directly involved with the education of their children. 2) To have a program that is fully recognized and accredited back in the United States. Our program is fully accredited by the state of Florida. 3) To keep the tuition and fees reasonable and fair for everyone. We do not allow any teacher to handle more than 12 students, so that each student gets the personal attention he or she needs. We are truly an international school with students from many different cultures. We take great pride in knowing that we are providing the best possible education for our children in Dongducheon
Education Center Bldg #904, East Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-2859
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700
Education Center Bldg 2443, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5541
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1700
Education Center Bldg 214, Camp Page
APO, 96208
Phone: 721-5839
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1700
Employment Readiness Program (ACS) Bldg S-16
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7335
DSN: (315) 732-7335
Equal Opportunity Office, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-8815
DSN: 732-8815
Equal Opportunity Office, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5578
DSN: 732-5578
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Bldg 4260
South Post, Yongsan
APO, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5311
Fax: (315) 738-3071
DSN: (315) 738-5311
URL: http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil
URL: http://www.armycommunityservice.org
The mission of the Army Exceptional Family Member Program in Korea is to provide comprehensive assessments, evaluations, and services for children ages 0 to 3 and school age children with known or suspected medical and/or educational concerns. The mission also includes the enrollment, update of enrollment, disenrollment, and verification of enrollment of service members and their family members. The Medical element of the Army Exceptional Family Member Program in Korea is based in Seoul, however Related and Early Intervention Services are available in Osan (to include Camp Humphreys), Taegu and Pusan. Availability of services in these areas are based on current staffing and information contained in the current IEP and/or IFSP of the child who will be receiving services. When possible, the above services are available for non-command sponsored family members. This is on a case by case basis and with the approval of the Chief, EFMP/EDIS and/or EDIS Manager.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Bldg #2306, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-3407/3142/3436
Fax: 730-3121
- Family Advocacy is a prevention program that provides services designed to prevent spouse and child abuse by improving family functioning, easing the kinds of stress that can aggravate or trigger patterns of abuse behavior, and creating a community that is supportive of families. The prevention program is designed to create community and command awareness of abuse, provide information of existing services, and provide specific educational programs. An important part of prevention is that it provides services to eligible families on the installation and in the surrounding civilian communities who have special needs and stresses (e.g., young and inexperienced families, families with closely spaced children, single parent families, lower income families, families with parents who are soon to deploy, families with exceptional members.) - Community education is the first step in identifying, understanding and reporting the problems of abuse. Classes, workshops and other information may be available at your installation. - Services for children and families can help change an abusive home environment. This help may include temporary day care to give parents a break, foster care and homemaker services. The goal is to help ease stress and help families learn better ways of coping with problems. - Parenting and family education can help people learn about child development, parental stress, adolescence and other family issues. The goal is to improve communication and prevent abuse. - Support Groups can bring together people who share common concerns and experiences. They can be an important part of a healthy community. - A Hotline or other reporting system is a way to identify and help families in need. The goal is to help, not punish, those involved. - Programs for battered spouses may include crisis intervention, emergency housing, counseling, legal services and other emergency and long-term help. - Programs for Child and Spouse Abusers can help a person stop hurting loved ones. Self-help and counseling groups can offer education and support for those learning to control violent behavior.
Financial Readiness Program Bldg #2306
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3108
DSN: (315) 730-3108
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3121
- Basic education about banks, credit unions, credit, consumer rights, insurance and other financial matters may be offered. - A complaint resolution system is available to help resolve complaints on and off the installation. - Practical assistance in preparing and maintaining a budget, keeping financial records and planning large purchases can be invaluable. - Consumer advocacy can resolve some problems with purchases or services that can't be resolved individually.
Fitness Center (1-15TH FA) Bldg S-55
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Fitness Center (1-72D Arm) Bldg S-1167
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-1730
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-2000
Fitness Center (2-72D Arm) Bldg S-2033
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Fitness Center (2/17TH FA) Bldg S-3592
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Fitness Center (702D MSB) Bldg S-732
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Fitness Center (East Casey) Bldg T-1820
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-1730
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0530-2200, Sat-Sun 0900-2100
Fitness Center (Hanson Field House) Bldg S-3015
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-3220
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0530-2200, Sat-Sun 0900-2100
Fitness Center Bldg S-3415
Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-1977
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0600-2200, Sat-Sun 0900-2100
Fitness Center Bldg T-2957
Camp Castle
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-3170
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0600-2200, Sat-Sun 0800-2100
Fitness Center Bldg S-3254
Camp Nimble
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Fitness Center Bldg S-266
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-6309
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0500-2300, Sat-Sun 0800-2200
Fitness Center Bldg S-2610
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-5460
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0600-2200, Sat-Sun 1000-2100
Fitness Center Bldg S-2904
Camp Essayons
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-6610
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0600-2200, Sat-Sun & Hloidays 0800-2100
Fitness Center Bldg S-3330
Camp Sears
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-7963
Hours of Operation: Mon-Sun 1300-2100
Fitness Center Bldg S-4266
Camp LaGuardia
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-7892
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1100-2000, Sat-Sun Closed
Fitness Center Bldg S-2168
Camp Jackson
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-7590
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1300-2100, Sat-Sun 1100-1900
Golf Club , Golf Course Bldg S-120
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-6843
Hours of Operation: Summer: Mon-sun 0530-2030 Winter: Mon-Sun 0800-1700
Golf Course, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4884
DSN: 730-4884
Golf Course, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6843
DSN: 732-6843
Golf Course Bldg T-3019
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 730-4884
Hours of Operation: Summer: Mon-Fri 0800-2000, Sat-Sun 0600-2000 Winter: Mon-Sun 0800-1800 Holidays; Summer: 0600-2000, Winter: 0800-1800
Happy Mountain Chapel Bldg 873
Phone: 730-3533
Worship Service: - Praise and Worship: Sun 1800
Health Clinic Bldg 306, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6011
Proximity to site: ON-POST
Hospital (Medical Clinic), Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6011
DSN: 732-6011
Hospital (Medical Clinic), Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5313
DSN: 732-5313
Hospital (Troop Medical Clinic), Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-6144
DSN: 730-6144
Housing Allowances URL: https://secureapp2.hqda.pentagon.mil/perdiem/
Visit Per Diem website for Housing Allowances
Hovey Chapel Bldg
Phone: 730-2606
Worship Service: - Protestant Service: Sun 1100
IndianHead School (Main Campus) 233-3 Howon-Dong
Uijongbu City, Gyeonggi-Do, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-879-3475-9
Fax: 011-82-31-825-3475
Email: indian@soback.kornet21.net
URL: http://www.indianhead.or.kr/
Tuition: Varies with Grade. School Bus Service: YES * High School Requirements for Graduation Core (General): * Language Arts-English 4 credits * Social Studies (including U.S. History) 3 credits * Mathematics (including Geometry) 4 credits * Science 3 credits * Electives 8 credits. Requirements for Graduation Core (Honors): * Language Arts-English 4 credits * Social Studies (including U.S. History) 5 credits * Mathematics (including Trig and Functions) 3 credits * Science 3 credits * Foreign Language 3 credits * Electives 8 credits. Accreditation: Western Association of school and Colleges (WASC) East Asia Regional Council on Overseas Education (EARCOS) Korean Ministry of Education Before and After School Programs: Before - ESL tutoring as needed After - Variety of enrichment activities offered one day per week.
Information and Referral Unit # 15543
Camp Casey
APO, AP  96224-0543
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3107
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3143
Fax: 011-82-31-869-3121
DSN: (315) 730-3107/3143
DSN Fax: (315) 730-3121
Information and Referral Unit # 15707
Camp Red Cloud
APO AP
96258-0707
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7779
Fax: 011-82-31-870-6876
DSN: (315) 732-7779
DSN Fax: (315) 732-6876
Information and Referral Unit # 15564
Camp Stanley
APO AP
96257-0623
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5883
Fax: 011-82-31-870-5882
DSN: (315) 732-5883
DSN Fax: (315) 732-5882
Installation Website URL: http://www-2id.korea.army.mil
International Christian School PSC 311 Box 44
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-872-3267
Fax: 011-82-31-872-1458
URL: http://www.ics-ujb.com
Tuition: Varies with grade. Summer School Program: YES School Bus Services: YES * Basic college preparatory courses which also meet High school graduation requirements. * Range of electives, including sports, drama, music, Languages, some of which are offered by video instruction. * Conversational Korean, with emphasis on language and culture. * Computer Classes. * Aptitude assessment and career planning. * Individual tutoring as needed. * Library-Media Center. There are no before school programs. There are after school sports for Middle and High School students. There is tutoring available if needed. There will be an elementary Bible Club next year. Graduation Requirements: A total of 21.5 credits are required for graduation, with one year of successful study in a subject earning one credit. The following core credits are required: English -4 Mathematics, Science, Social Studies -2 Foreign Languages/ESL -1 P.E. -1 Electives -9 Computer -.50 There are 23 certified faculty and staff member; over 7% hold a Masters degree or above. The faculty represents all areas of the world and was selected through a highly rigorous process. Enrollment: PK - 8 175 9 - 12 75 Records/documents needed when enrolling child in the school are: Previous school transcripts, medical records, and passport copy.
International Distance Education of Alaska Program Home schooling support is available in Korea through the International Distance Education of Alaska (IDEA) program. IDEA International is a year-round home school/correspondence program serving the needs of military families throughout Korea. Active duty military families and DODDS eligible civilians residing in Korea are to enroll with IDEA international. The program serves students from kindergarten through grade twelve. A student must be five years old by October 31 of the current year to be eligible for kindergarten.
Korean Public Bus Service URL: http://english.tour2korea.com
Proximity to site: OFF-POST City bus: City buses serve a designated route within a city. Types of buses include regular city buses, deluxe city buses, and super deluxe city buses. Bus fares are payable in cash, credit cards that function as public transportation cards, or regular transportation cards. When paying cash, it is safest to carry sufficient coins or small denomination bills, as drivers cannot make change for large bills. For more information about bus services visit Korea Transportation website.
Korean Rail System (KORAIL) URL: http://www.korail.go.kr/ROOT/main-top.top?lang=eng
Proximity to site: OFF-POST Train travel around the peninsula of Korea is fast, safe, convenient and environmentally friendly. With the historical opening of the express rail in April 2004, Korea has joined the league of France, Japan, Germany and Spain and entered into the super high-speed train era, operating at speeds of 300km per hour. Opening of the express rail, which has been referred to as the biggest national policy project since the national foundation, will not only bring about enormous changes to the lives of Koreans by enabling them to reach anywhere in the country within three hours, but it will also have a huge influence on the economic, social and cultural aspects of the country. For more information visit Korean Rail System website.
Learning Center Bldg #2416, West Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-6858
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700
Learning Center Bldg #3803, Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5163
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700
Legal Assistance Center, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-1892
DSN: 730-1892
Legal Assistance Center, Camp Page Phone: 033-259-5427
DSN: 721-5427
Legal Assistance Center, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6099
DSN: 732-6099
Legal Assistance Center, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5501
DSN: 732-5501
Legal Center Bldg T-43, Camp Casey
96224
DSN: 730-1889/1885
DSN Fax: 730-1902
WALK-INS HOURS: TUE 1300-1500 and on Thurs 1300-1600. APPOINTMENT HOURS: MON/WED/FRI 0900-1700 SOLDIERS LOCATED IN CAMPS NOT LISTED SHOULD CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT THE NEAREST CAMP. IF A SOLDIER HAS AN EMERGENCY LEGAL ISSUE, PLEASE CALL 730-1885/1889/1894 DURING DUTY HOURS OR 730-3414/4460/4222 AFTER DUTY HOURS. LEGAL ASSISTANCE: Legal assistance services are provided by five attorneys located throughout the 2ID area. These licensed attorneys represent soldiers in a wide variety of legal matters. Legal assistance attorneys can enter into an attorney-client relationship in which all information shared with the attorney is privileged. The information will not be shared with anyone unless you give the attorney permission to provide it to your command, the appropriate agency, court or whoever. Legal assistance attorneys will assist you in matters relating to family law issues and adverse military personnel issues. Family law issues include marriage and divorce, support obligations, indebtedness, wills and powers of attorney, and court cases arising in the United States. Adverse administrative actions include reports of survey, bars to reenlistment, letters of reprimand, and referred NCOERS and OERs. If any of these legal matters arise during your tour here in Korea, you should do three things: 1. Act Promptly: Most legal issues are time sensitive. If you fail to meet deadlines, you may forfeit the case or some of your rights. Legal problems do not usually go away on their own, and generally get worse with time. You need to seek legal assistance immediately when faced with a legal problem. 2. Gather all information and paperwork: When you meet with your attorney, bring with you all of the paperwork you have regarding your situation. Provide the attorney with ALL of the facts during your first appointment. Even if the facts are not favorable for you, the attorney must know all of the facts in order to best represent your interests. 3. Follow-up: If the attorney tells you he or she needs some additional information, it is in your best interest to get it quickly. Your delay could end up jeopardizing your legal rights or costing you money. FOR AN APPOINTMENT, CALL YOUR NEAREST LEGAL ASSISTANCE OFFICE. - Camp Casey: 730-1889/1885 After duty hours: DSN-730-1729 - Camp Stanley: 732-5694 - Camp Howze: 732-5862/5288 - Camp Red Cloud: 732-6099 - Camp Page: 732-5427/5492 CLAIMS: If personal property is damaged or lost during a move or stolen on post, you may recover part of the loss by filling a claim with the claims office. You must realize, however, that not all claims are payable and not all payable claims will be paid in full. The claims program is not a substitute for insurance. The amount and the circumstances under which the claims office can pay is strictly governed by law and regulation. For maximum protection, you should have appropriate insurance on your property. This is especially true for high value items. If your property is damaged in shipment or stolen, contact your local claims office for assistance in filing a claim. - Camp Casey: 730-1904/1910 - Camp Stanley: 732-6099 - Camp Howze: 734-5862/5288 - Camp Red Cloud: 732-6099 - Camp page: 721-5427/5492 TRIAL DEFENSE SERVICE: There are five attorneys assigned to the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service (TDS) who support soldiers assigned to the Area I/2d Infantry Division. Each attorney is a law school graduate, a member of a state bar association, and an experienced judge advocate. Their primary mission is to represent soldiers in military justice matters. They are not part of the Division. Their chain of command goes through the Regional Defense Counsel at Eighth Army to Headquarters, Department of the Army. In addition to military justice matters, they assist in other adverse administrative
Legal Center Bldg 308, Camp Page
APO, 96208
Phone: 721-5427
WALK IN HOURS: MON/WED/FRI 0900-1630
Library (Bookmobile) Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
DSN: 730-4563
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0900-1300/1400-1800, Closed Sat & Sun
Library (Reading Room) Camp Castle
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: None
Library (Reading Room) Camp Nimble
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-3569
Library Bldg S-2648, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-6239/4563
Hours of Operation: Daily 1200-2100
Library Bldg S-3808, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 730-5171
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu & Sat 1200-2100, Sun 1300-2100, Closed Fri
Library Bldg# S-58, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6723
Hours of Operation: Daily 1200-2100
Library Bldg S-2337, Camp Stanley
APO, AP  96257
Phone: 732-5596
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1200-2100, Sat-Sun 1000-1900
Library Bldg T-3001, Camp Essayons
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6804
Hours of Operation: Tue-Thu 1200-1600/1700-2100, Sat-Sun 1100-1600/1700-2000, Closed Mon & Fri
Lodge Bldg S-2626, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4247
Hours of Operation: Daily 0100-2400
Medical Clinic, Camp Red Cloud Bldg 306
Camp Red Cloud
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6011
DSN: (315) 732-6011
Hours Of Operation: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 0600 -1530, Appointment: Mon - Fri 0800 - 1100 Sickcall: 0600 - 0630 except on Thursday, Immunization/Appointment: Mon - Fri 13001530, Hearing Test, Lab Work and Pharmacy: Mon - Fri 1300 - 1530 Emergency Service: 24 hour
Medical Clinic, Camp Stanley Phone: 011-82-31-870-5313
DSN: (315) 732-5313
Medical Clinic Bldg 306, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6011
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON/WED/THU 0830-1600, TUE 1300-1600, FRI 0830-1430
Medical Clinic Bldg 2251, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5313
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1630
Memorial Chapel Bldg 50
Phone: 730-2594
Worship Services: - Bible Study: Wed 1800 - KATUSA Bible Study Tue 1900
Military Police, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4417
DSN: 730-4417
Military Police, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6693
DSN: 732-6693
Military Police, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5310
DSN: 732-5310
Mitchell's Club BLDG S-340, Camp Red Cloud
96258
Phone: 732-8189/6621/8211
Hours of Operation: Mon-THU 1130-1330/1700-2300, FRI-Sat 1130-1400/1500-0200, Sun 1500-2300
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Bldg #323, Area I
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-8531
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Bldg # S-429
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 11-82-31-870-6002
DSN: 732-6002
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Bldg #2619
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3338
DSN: 315-730-3338
MOS Library Bldg #3704, Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5291
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon/Wed-Fri 0900-1700, Tue 1300-1700
MOS Library Bldg 2443, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5542
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOUR OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1200/1300-2100, SAT/SUN 0900-1300
Multi-Use Learning Facility Bldg S-58, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-6833
Services and programs include; Army Correspondence Program info; NCOES Development Resources; Unit Study area; and Military Publications Library information. There are numerous Army Correspondence Course available to strenghten the MOS performance of the Soldiers. These course are at no cost and can be ordered online. Operation Hours: Mon-Fri 08:00 am - 2200 pm Sat-08:00 am - 1700 pm
One Stop Center Yongsan
APO, 96205
Phone: 738-5628
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 0800-1700
Out-Processing Phone: 730-6865/3302
All Soldiers PCSing Area I/2ID must receive an outprocessing briefing. Briefings for CPT/below will be held at the Warrior Replacement Company. Field Grades/CSMs/SGMs are to schedule direct appointments. ALL SOLDIERS PCSING MUST RECEIVE PPD TESTING. All active duty soldiers must receive PPD testing within 60 days of departing Korea. If soldiers has a positive reaction after 48-72 hours or has a documented history of positive reactions he or she must report to the Community Health Nurse at the Camp Casey Dental Clinic for more information call 730-6796.
Package Delivery Address Area I Support Activity
IMKO-AA-MWA
Unit # 15707
APO , 96258-0707
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-9144
DSN: 315-732-9144
DSN Fax: 315-732-6876
Email: SITES2800@korea.army.mil

Post Office, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4767
DSN: 730-4767
Post Office, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-7522
DSN: 732-7522
Post Office, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5409
DSN: 732-5409
RAM DSN: 730-3032

Ration Card Control, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-3475
DSN: 730-3475
Ration Card Control, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-6508
DSN: 732-6508
Ration Card Control, Camp Stanley Phone: 031-870-5516
DSN: 732-5516
Recreation Center Bldg T-2817
Camp Essayons
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7201
DSN: (315) 732-7201
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 1100-2100 Sat-Sun 1000-2100
Reggie's Club (9-1) Bldg 2202
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 732-5485
Hours of Operation: Dining: Tue-Thur 1100-1100, Fri 11-0200 Sat 1100-1130, Sun 17-1000 Bar: Tue-Thu/Sun 1700-2300, Fri-Sat 1700-0100
Relocation Assistance Program Welcome Letter Area I Support Activity
IMKO-AA-MWA
Unit # 15543
APO AP, 96224-0543
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3032
DSN: (315)-730-3032
DSN Fax: (315)-730-3121
Email: SITES2800@korea.army.mil
Area I Relocation Readiness Program would like to welcome all newly arriving personnel. Any assistance that can be provided to help you with a smooth move transition, do not hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns that you may have. Loan closets are available at each Area 1 ACS facility. Basic items are available for 30 day check out; all you need is a copy of PCS orders and ID Card. Welcome to Korea; Land of The Morning Calm.
Relocation Assistant Area I Support Activity
IMKO-AA-MWA
Unit # 15543
APO, 96224-0543
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3032
Fax: 011-82-31-869-3121
DSN: 315-730-3032
DSN Fax: 315-730-3121
Email: SITES2800@korea.army.mil

Relocation Readiness Program Bldg #2306, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3032
Fax: 011-82-31-869-3121
DSN: (315) 730-3032
Email: SITES2800@usfk.korea.army.mil
Assists individuals and families moving from one community to anothe; services include Worldwide installation files and computer data, Welcome packets, Newcomer Orientation, and Lending closet. Relocation Bicultural component includes Relocation Counseling, English and Korean (Hangul-uk) classes, pre-move Workshops, SOFA, Visa Stamp Assistance, and Passport Services.
Reunion in Korea Program PSC 303, BOX 42
APO, 96204-0042
Phone: DSN: 723-6085/3474, COMM: 011-82-2-7913-6085/3474
REUNION IN KOREA IS SPECIAL PROGRAM SPONSORED BY KOREA NATIONAL TOURISM ORGANIZATION as a token of gratitude to the United States Forces Korea (USFK) and its personnel serving here to maintain peace and security on the Korean Peninsula. The program is designed to enable active duty American service personnel and US Department of Defense Civilian employees to bring their family members to Korea at an affordable cost. We spare no effort or expense to make reunion visits happy and successful. The family members from the United States and the USFK sponsors involved in Reunion visits from 1981 through 1996 have voiced overwhelmingly favorable response to the content and conduct of the visits. Application forms are available at the morale, welfare and recreation tour and travel centers. A separate application form is required for each family member and a $100 deposit must accompany each application form. Children under 10 are excluded from all reunion program activities. - Reunion Date: May 18-22, Sep 21-25, Oct 26-30 - Application deadline: Mar 21, Jul 25, Aug 29 - Full Payment Personal Check: Apr 4, Aug 8, Sep 12 - Deadline Cash or Money Order: Apr 11, Aug 15, Sep 19 THE POINTS OF FLIGHT ORIGIN AND RETURN in the United States and the program costs are: - Honolulu: $1,090 - U.S. Pacific Coast Cities (Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, or San Diego): $1,144 - U.S. Central and Eastern Cities (Dallas, Houston, Austin, St. Louis, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, Washington D.C., New York, Boston, Cleveland, Knoxville, Kansas City, Tampa, or Miami): $1,337 ** And all other cities served by United Airlines. ** Travel must begin between Tuesday and Saturday of the week prior to the reunion dates. ** Arrangements for and cost of travel from other locations to one of the above cities are the responsibility of the USFK sponsor or the family members. ** All costs based on two persons per room. For single accommodations. $245 extra. ** For additional departure cities, inquire at the Reunion Desk. ** $55 surcharge for travel from the U.S. beginning on SAT & $64 surcharge for travel from Honolulu. Same surcharge if return travel from Korea to the U.S begins on SAT. THE ABOVE COST PER PARTICIPANT INCLUDES round-trip airfare and deluxe-class hotel accommodations, regular meals, tour and transportation while in Korea for four nights and five days. The in-country program includes visits to famous cultural and tourist sites, dinner parties with entertainment, an enlightening slide presentation by USFK, a visit to Panmunjom and more. Reunion activities begin on Monday with hotel registration in the afternoon and dinner and briefing in the evening. REUNION VISITORS are required to stay a minimum of seven days from date of departure from the U.S. until return but they may stay in Korea up to 6 months if desired. Participants are required to be in possession of a valid U.S. passport. A Korean visa is not required if period of stay in Korea is 15 days or less. For longer visits, A KOREAN VISA MUST BE OBTAINED BEFORE DEPARTURE FROM THE U.S. APPLICATIONS FOR REUNION visits may be submitted in person at Yongsan Tour and Travel Center or sent by APO. Applications will be accepted for participation as received until all available spaces are filled. The Reunion Program sponsor will not be held responsible for any late delivery of mail. A FAMILY PRIORITY list has been developed because of the guest demand for reunion spaces. Spouses and children, parents and parents-in laws and grandparents are priority #1. Ask reunion desk for priorities for other family members. A DRAWING, will be held 10 days after the application deadline if the numbers of applicants exceed the spaces available. A SEPARATE APPLICATION FORM IS REQUIRED FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER AND A $100 DEPOSIT MUST ACCOMPANY EACH APPLICATION FORM. CHILDREN UNDER 10 ARE EXCLUDED FROM ALL REUNION PROGRAM AC
Seoul American Elementary School, Yongsan - Korea, South Unit # 15549
Seoul APO AP, 96205-0005
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-4378
Fax: 011-822-7916-4606
DSN: (315) 736-5437/5024
DSN Fax: 736-4606
URL: http://www.korea.pac.odedodea.edu/schools/sams
Seoul American Elementary School (SAES) educates students grades pre-kindergarten through 5th Grade. SAES is staffed by 115 professional staff and 3 administrators. The school has 3 counselors, 2 nurses, and 2 media specialists along with a staff in special education, talented and gifted, art, music, physical education, computer education, language arts reading, compensatory education, host nation, and English as a Second Language. Four administrative assistants and 15 aides provide support services to students and staff. Staff members at SAES are very experienced; 70% of the staff population has 10 or more years experience. 59% of the staff have Master s Degrees or higher. SAES has full day Kindergarten; children have to be 5 years old by 31 October. For more information call Seoul American Elementary School. The school size for 2004-2005 is 1103.
Seoul American High School, Yongsan - Korea, South Unit # 15549
APO AP 96205-0005
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 797-3666/3667
Fax: 011-822-7918-8822
DSN: (315) 738-5263
DSN Fax: (315) 738-8822
URL: http://www.korea.pac.odedodea.edu/schools/sams
Proximity to site: on post The 2004-2005 school year begins on August 30, 2004.The academic year consists of two semesters and four quarters. The high school graduation requirements for are: English 4.0, Math. 3.0, Science 3.0, Career Ed. 1.0, Phy. Ed. 1.0, Health 0.5, Foreign Lang. 2.0, Social Studies 3.0 (U.S. History 1.0, U.S. Government 0.5, counts as part of the 3.0 Social Studies), Aesthetics 1.0, Computer 0.5, Electives 6.0. Total credits needed are 24.0 credits. There is no Summer school available here. The school grading system is; A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, D=60-69, E=Passing on basis of effort (grade point equal to a "D"), F=0-59 Failure no credit received. SAT I and SAT II EXAMINATIONS are given in: October, November, December, January, March, May, and June. PSAT EXAMINATION is in October. Seoul American High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCA). The school size for 2003-04 is 653.
Shopping/Food in Korea URL: http://english.tour2korea.com
Traditional markets are where you can experience customary Korean shopping culture. At these markets, you will only find one-story buildings and small handcarts full of interesting goods. When you shop at one of these traditional markets, it is a good idea to shop at a comfortable pace, eating snacks at a street cart, and absorbing the culture. It is advisable to carry Korean currency because it is likely that these shops will not accept foreign currency. For more information visit shopping in Korea website.
Staff Judge Advocate Bldg # S-631, Camp Red Cloud
96258
DSN: 732-6099
DSN Fax: 732-7011
Hours of Operation: Mon-Wed 0900-1630, Thu 1300-1630, Fri 0900-1630 The mission of the office of the Staff Judge Advocate is to provide legal services to the soldiers of the Area I. We accomplish the mission by providing legal assistance, claims, and trial defense services.
Stanley Chapel Phone: 732-5854/5509
Worship Services: - Catholic Mass Sun 1700 - Protestant Service Sun 1100 - Gospel Service Sun 1300 - Contemporary Service Sun 1800 - KATUSA Service Sun 1900 - Gospel joy Night Fri 1900
STATUS OF FORCES AGREEMENT (SOFA) URL: http://www.korea.army.mil/welcome/sofa.htm
The U.S.-ROK Status of Forces Agreement is an international agreement designed to serve the mutual interests of the U.S. and the Republic of Korea to regulate all matters related to the presence of U.S. armed forces involved in defending the ROK from external aggression. Visit website for more information about Status of Forces Agreement:
Stone Chapel Bldg 1710
Phone: 730-2887
Worship Services: - Protestant Service: Sun 1000 - Catholic Mass: Sun 1200 - KATUSA Service: Tue 1830
Swimming Pool, In Door Bldg # T-265
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-6553
DSN: (315) 732-6553
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 0600-0800 1100-1500 1600-2000 Weekends 1100-1500 1600-2000
Swimming Pool, In Door Bldg # S-2216
Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-5916
DSN: (315) 732-5916
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 0600 - 2100 Sat - Sun 1100 - 2000
Swimming Pool Bldg S-3015
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3220/6278
DSN: (315) 730-3220/6278
Hours of Operation: 15 June - 15 Sep: 0530 - 2000
Taxi (AAFES) Camp Casey: 730-2851
Camp Red Cloud: 732-8901
APO, 96224
Phone: 011-82-31-869-2851
Phone: 011-82-31-870-8901
DSN: (315) 730-2851
AFFES Taxi Fare start at $1.50 + 0.25 per mile; Camp Casey Enclave Taxi hours of operations is 0700 - 0100. Camp Red Cloud Enclave Taxi hours of operation is 0700 - 2400 daily. - Taxi (Off-Post): Local Korean taxis are a major mode of transportation in Korea. Drivers speak little or if any English; however some taxis companies provide English interpretation services. It is best to know your destination in Korean. They have either set prices for specific destinations or run with a meter. Cab service is hailed on the street. They are NOT allowed on post. Make sure you set the price (either a set fare or meter reading) before getting in the cab.
Tour & Travel Center, Camp Page Phone: 033-259-5056
DSN: 721-5056
Tour & Travel Center, Camp Red Cloud Phone: 031-870-7784
DSN: 732-7784
Transportation Office Bldg 2408, 1st floor
Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869--3362
DSN: (315) 730-3362
Hours....0830 - 1630 Mon - Fri
Transportation Office Bldg 827
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-8294
DSN: (315) 732-8294
HOUR...Hours 0830 - 1630 Mon - Fri
Tricare Advisor Camp Casey, TMC Bldg #S-807
APO, 96224
DSN: 730-3324
TRICARE SERVICE CENTER Bldg 7102
South Post, Yongsan
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-8558/9130
DSN: (315) 736-8558/9130
DSN Fax: (315) 736-8555
URL: http://TRICARE.Korea@amedd.kor.army.mil
Across from hospital front entrance All active duty service members are required to be enrolled in TRICARE Prime. Service members need to enroll at their Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) or through the TRICARE Service Center (TSC). Command and non-command sponsored family members are eligible to enroll in TRICARE Prime. Enrollment forms can be obtained through the Military Treatment Facility or the TRICARE Service Center. Active duty and family members must enroll in TRICARE Prime Korea to avoid costly up-front fees, cost shares, and deductibles. Retirees and their dependent family members are covered under TRICARE Standard. Retiree s and their family members pay a deductible of: $150 individual /$300 family. Once the deductible has been paid each fiscal year, retiree s will have a co-pay of 25% for each civilian medical visit until the catastrophic cap of $3000 is reached. When you go to one of our Korean Affiliated Hospitals, be prepared to pay up-front for the first visit or until your deductible is met. Bring all receipts to the TRICARE Service Center for assistance in filing any medical claims. Military beneficiaries age 65 and over are eligible for TRICARE for Life, but must be enrolled in Medicare Part B. TRICARE will not cover retirees over 65 if they are not enrolled in Medicare Part B. The TRICARE Service Center will assist civilians and military with obtaining appointments in one of our Korean affiliated hospitals. If you have encountered claims problems in another location, the TRICARE Service Center can also help. If you are planning to travel while living in Korea, contact the TRICARE office for information on how to obtain emergency civilian health care. Active duty service members enrolled in TRICARE Prime Korea can call the International SOS (dial the international direct dial (IDD) + 656 338 9277) for emergencies when traveling in Asia. See the TRICARE service center for a list of countries that ISOS covers.
Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) Bldg #S-807, Camp Casey
APO, AP  96224
Phone: 730-6144
Phone: 730-4330/4332
Fax: 730-4512
TMC SERVICES: - APPOINTMENT: 730-4326 - IN/OUT PROCESS: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:00, WALK IN - EKG: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:00, WALK IN - EMERGENCY ROOM: OPERATES 24 HRS FOR ONLY EMERGENCY CARE, 730-6142/6143 - HEARING TESTS: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 730-4442 - IMMUNIZATIONS: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:00, WALK IN (IN/OUT PROCESSING) - MENTAL HEALTH: BY APPOINTMENT 730-4304 EMERGENCY: DURING DUTY HOURS WALK IN TO CLINIC AFTER DUTY HOURS/WEEKENDS/HOLIDAYS, GO TO THE EMERGENCY - NUTRITION CLINIC: BY APPOINTMENT 737-5523 - OB CLINIC: BY APPOINTMENT 730-6298 - OPTOMETRY: BY APPOINTMENT 730-4325 WALK IN FOR SCREENING, PHYSICAL EXAM - OVERWEIGHT EVAL: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:30, WALK IN - PAPS: MON, WED, FRI BY APPOINTMENT 730-6298 - PHYSICALS: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:00 WALK IN FOR PART I BY APPOINTMENT ONLY FOR PART II, 730-4338 - PHYSICAL THERAPY: BY APPOINTMENT 730-4335 - PROCEDURES: THURSDAYS, 13:00 HOURS, AND BY APPOINTMENT - SHAVING PROFILES: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:30, WALK IN - SICK CALL: ON MON, WED, THU, FRI DAY AD E-6 & BELOW 07:30-09:00 AD E-7 & ABOVE 10:00-11:00, DEP 10:00-10:30. ON TUESDAY AD E-6 & BELOW 13:00-14:00 AD E-7 & ABOVE 14:00-15:00, DEP 14:00-14:30 - SMOKING CESSATION: 730-3222 - STD (SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED): MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:30, WALK IN - TB CLINIC: BY APPOINTMENT 730-3222 - WART CLINIC: MON, WED, FRI 13:00-15:30 WALK IN - WELL BABY CLINIC: BY APPOINTMENT 737-8072/8073
United Service Organization (USO) Bldg #3025, Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-4812/4813
Fax: 730-3433
Proximity to site: ON-POST
University of Maryland (UMD) East Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-2858/2859
Proximity to site: ON-POST Tuition: Students cost 25% The UMD is the only four-year degree college located in Korea. They also offer one-year certificate programs and two-year associate degree programs. Tuition Chart: SH *FULL PAY **GOVERMENT (75%) **STUDENT (25%) 3 $307.80 $230.85 $76.95 * Tuition Fees for Family Members, DoD Civilians, and other authorized personnel. ** Tuition Fees for Active Duty Soldiers eligible for the Army's Tuition Assistance (TA) Program. *** Contact the UMD Field Representative, at 732-5354 for book prices or for further information.
University of Maryland West Camp Casey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-6852/6854
Proximity to site: ON-POST * PLEASE CHECK-OUT ABOVE UMD INFORMATION!
University of Maryland Camp Hovey
APO, 96224
Phone: 730-5160/5161
Proximity to site: ON-POST * PLEASE CHECK-OUT ABOVE UMD INFORMATION!
University of Maryland Bldg S-58, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-7134
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0800-1700
University of Maryland Bldg 2443, Camp Stanley
APO, 96257
Phone: 732-5354
Proximity to site: ON-POST HOURS OF OPERATION: MON-FRI 0830-1630
USA Federal Credit Union, Camp Casey Phone: 011-82-31-869-3780
DSN: (315) 730-3780
USO, Camp Casey Phone: 031-869-4812
DSN: 730-4812
Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits, ACAP Center, Camp Casey Phone: 011-82-31-869-4041
DSN: (315) 730-4041
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Bosandong, Dongducheon, 
Phone: 011-82-31-863-9710
Email: canteen@vfw.9985.org
URL: http://www.vfw.9985.org
Proximity to site: OFF-POST
Veterinary Clinic Bldg #S-437, Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Phone: 732-7435
Veterinary Clinic Bldg 4728
South Post, Yongsan
APO, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-2-7918-5145
DSN: (315) 738-5145
URL: https://www.petco.com
URL: https://www.petsmart.com/product_comparisons/airlines
URL: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/NCIE/exp-pets.html
Hours of Operation: Mon Fri 1000- 1900 Sat 1000 - 1700 For more information about pet travel and quarantine visit website:
Veterinary Clinic Bldg S-437
Camp Red Cloud
APO, 96258
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-870-7435
DSN: (315) 732-7435
Warrior Readiness Center Unit # 15331
Camp Mobile
Korea, South APO, 96224
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3478
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3474
Phone: 011-82-31-869-3638
DSN: (315) 730-3478
URL: http://www-2id.korea.army.mil
Inprocessing and Outprocessing Center for all Soldiers assigned to 2D Infantry Division.

Base Operator
011-82-31-869-1110

Major Units
501st Support Group
1st BN
15th Field Artilery
2nd MP Company

Billeting/Quarters
Camp Red Cloud
DSN: 732-6377
011-82-31-870-6377

Mailing Address
Area I Support Activity, IMKO-AA-MWA
APO, AP
96224-9998

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