A Profile of US Military Bases In South Korea Series Archive

“A Profile” is a continuing series of articles here on the ROK Drop that describes each of the different US military installations in Korea and the corresponding “villes” outside of the gate.  You can learn more about these locations at the below links:

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Note: If anyone wants to contribute an article to this series feel free to send it to me using the “Contact” link above.  If it is of high enough quality I will publish it here on the ROK Drop.  I would particularly like to publish articles about camps that are now closed.  If you have served on a now closed camp and would like to share your thoughts and pictures of your time on the camp please write an article and send it to me or post it in the Forums.

GIKorea

GIKorea

I am a US military veteran that has served all over the world to include in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Korea. I have been blogging about Korea, Northeast Asia, and the US military for over 10 years.

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Tagum City Tim
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Tagum City Tim

I noticed that in your catalog of listed bases that you did not mention Camp Pelham near Munsan. I spent one wild night in the ville outside there in the late 80’s. The name I always subscribed to the place was Sonyo-ri(sp?). I am wondering if any of the readers of this have any stories about that place they would like to share? Hold it, I just saw the posting above that talked about Western Corridor camps. Perhaps my question will be answered there? I will check and get back to this thread.

Bruce K. Nivens
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Thanks for the list of links, GIKorea. cool

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