List of United States Army installations in South Korea

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This is an incomplete list of current/former U.S. Army posts in South Korea, although a number have been closed or are in caretaker status:

United States Army installations in South Korea[edit]

Installations in the Kaesong-Munsan Corridor[edit]

"Korea’s mountainous terrain channels traditional invasion routes along narrow north-south axes as well as broader plains in the Western (Kaesong-Munsan) Corridor and the Chorwon-Uijongbu Valley."[2]

  • Cp. Alamo
  • Cp. Alex Williams
  • Cp. Ames, Taejon
  • Cp. Ashworth (Was * Cp. Semper Fidelis)
  • Cp. Baker
  • Cp. Beard
  • Cp. Beaumont
  • Cp. Beavers, ~ Fort Beavers, Munsan
  • Blue Lancer Valley
  • Cp. Bonifas (Was * Cp. Kitty Hawk)
  • Cp. Bray
  • Cp. Britannia
  • Cp. Brown
  • Cp. Carroll, Waegwan
  • Cp. Casey
  • Cp. Castle
  • Cp. Clinch
  • Cp. Coiner, Seoul
  • Cp. Colbern, Seoul
  • Cp. Coursen
  • Cp. Crawford
  • Cp. Custer
  • Cp. Daughtry
  • Cp. Dodge
  • Cp. Eagle, Wonju
  • Cp. Echo Hill
  • Cp. Edwards
  • Cp. Eiler
  • Cp. El Paso, Chin-chon
  • Cp. Essayons[1]
  • Cp. Ethan Allen
  • Cp. Falling Water
  • Cp. Garry Owen (Was * Cp. Rice)
  • Cp. George, Taegu
  • Cp. Giant
  • Cp. Grant
  • Cp. Gray
  • Cp. Greaves
  • Cp. Griffin
  • Cp. Hamilton
  • Cp. Handrich
  • Cp. Hartell
  • Cp. Henry, Taegu
  • Cp. Hialeah
  • Cp. Hill
  • Cp. Holiday
  • Cp. Houston
  • Cp. Hovey
  • Cp. Howard, Suhawhnee
  • Cp. Howze
  • Cp. Humphrey
  • Cp. Huston
  • Cp. Indian
  • Cp. Irwin
  • Cp. Jackson
  • Cp. Jeb Stuart
  • Cp. Jessup
  • Cp. Jecelin, Uijongbu
  • Cp. Johnson
  • Cp. Jonathan Williams
  • Cp. Kaiser
  • Cp. Kim, Seoul
  • Cp. Kitty Hawk (Renamed * Cp. Bonifas)
  • Cp. Knox, Pobwoni
  • Cp. Kwangsa-ri
  • Cp. Kyle
  • Cp. Laguardia, Uijongbu
  • Cp. Lawton
  • Cp. Lee
  • Cp. Libby
  • Cp. Liberty Bell
  • Cp. Long
  • Cp. Mackenzie
  • Cp. Mcnabb, Cheju-do
  • Cp. Market, Bup Yong
  • Cp. Matta
  • Cp. Matthews
  • Mcdonald Barracks
  • Cp. Mcgovern
  • Cp. Mcintyre
  • Lester Mcmahan Barracks
  • Cp. Mcnair, Pobwonni
  • Cp. Mercer[1]
  • Cp. Meyer
  • Cp. Mobile
  • Cp. Mosier
  • Cp. Muchuck, Po'hang
  • Cp. Nabors
  • Cp. Nimble
  • Cp. Paine
  • Cp. Page
  • Panmunjom (Jsa - Joint Security Area)
  • Cp. Parris
  • Cp. Pelham[1]
  • Cp. Peterson
  • Rc #1, Crossroads Service Club
  • Rc #2, Camelot Hall Service Club
  • Rc #3, Frontline Service Club
  • Rc #4, Chogie Inn Service Club
  • Cp. Pope
  • Cp. Red Cloud
  • Cp. Reddick
  • Cp. Rice (Renamed * Cp. Garry Owen)
  • Cp. Richmond, O Sa Ri
  • Cp. Ringgold
  • Cp. Roberts, Yongdong Po
  • Cp. Rodstrom
  • Cp. Rose, Pan Ae
  • Cp. Ross, Munsani
  • Saa
  • Cp. Sabre, Munsan
  • Salamanca
  • Cp. Sammi
  • Cp. Santa Barbara
  • Cp. Sarafi
  • Cp. Sears
  • Cp. Semper Fedelis (Renamed * Cp. Ashworth)
  • Cp. Sill
  • Cp. Sitman
  • Cp. Snow
  • Cp. Spade
  • Cp. Stanley[1]
  • Cp. Stanton
  • Cp. Story
  • Cp. Summerall
  • Suwon
  • Cp. Sykes
  • Cp. Thompson
  • Cp. Woods
  • Cp. Wagner
  • Cp. Walker, Taegu
  • Cp. Walley
  • Cp. Warner, Pobwonni
  • Warrior Base
  • Cp. Wentzel
  • Cp. Wilber
  • Cp. Wilson
  • Cp. Young
  • Yongsan Garrison

Circa 1982 the 2nd Infantry Division occupied 17 camps, 27 sites, and 6 combat guard posts.[2]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Korea Map". rickinbham.tripod.com.
  • "U.S. Camps Korea Past/Present". CAMP SABRE.
  • "DMZ: US Military Installations". Korean War Educator.
  • "A Profile of US Military Bases In South Korea Series Archive". ROK Drop.
  • "US Military Bases in South Korea". Military Bases. Archived from the original on 10 January 2011.

Further reading[edit]

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e USFAA 1987, p. 33.
  2. ^ a b PAO 1982, p. 16.