Daegu City is home to four Army bases, including Camp Carroll, Camp Casey, Camp Castle and USAG Daegu.
Camp Carroll is located in Waegan in the southeast part of South Korea. It is a small base named after Charles F. Carroll. The base is situated on 546 acres and is home to approximately 2,700 service men and women. The camp has a number of businesses, two swimming pools and a commissary. Americans, Filipinos and Korean nationals live on the base.
Camp Hovey Army Base is located in Seoul, South Korea's capital city. It is not considered an independent base, as it is hosted by South Korea. The base was originally established to deter hostilities and aggression in South Korea. It is home to approximately 2,500 American service members.
Camp Humphreys Army Base is near the city of Anjung Ri, about 90 miles from Seoul. It is home to approximately 10,000 military employees and their families. Prior to becoming an Army base, it was the Pyongtaek airport, originally built by the Empire of Japan.
Camp Red Cloud, sometimes referred to as Camp Jackson, is located in Uijeongbu, near the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.Learn more about East Asia